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AsteA.19160.a: Cis-aconitate decarboxylase (CAD) (EC:4.1.1.6)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Aspergillus terreus
most recent status: purified
center reference id: AsteA.19160.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_7083

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: FungiDB:ATEG_09971
UniProt: B3IUN8

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
itaconate biosynthesis I PWY-5750 4.1.1.6

Sequences

These sequences are the native gene sequence; sequences of constructs derived from these sequences may differ due to codon optimization or other protocols. To find the specific sequence of any material you may have ordered, click on the "more" button next to the name of that material.
AA Sequence
MTKQSADSNA KSGVTSEICH WASNLATDDI PSDVLERAKY LILDGIACAW VGARVPWSEK YVQATMSFEP PGACRVIGYG QKLGPVAAAM TNSAFIQATE LDDYHSEAPL HSASIVLPAV FAASEVLAEQ GKTISGIDVI LAAIVGFESG PRIGKAIYGS DLLNNGWHCG AVYGAPAGAL ATGKLLGLTP DSMEDALGIA CTQACGLMSA QYGGMVKRVQ HGFAARNGLL GGLLAHGGYE AMKGVLERSY GGFLKMFTKG NGREPPYKEE EVVAGLGSFW HTFTIRIKLY ACCGLVHGPV EAIENLQGRY PELLNRANLS NIRHVHVQLS TASNSHCGWI PEERPISSIA GQMSVAYILA VQLVDQQCLL SQFSEFDDNL ERPEVWDLAR KVTSSQSEEF DQDGNCLSAG RVRIEFNDGS SITESVEKPL GVKEPMPNER ILHKYRTLAG SVTDESRVKE IEDLVLGLDR LTDISPLLEL LNCPVKSPLV

NT Sequence
atgaccaaac aatctgcgga cagcaacgca aagtcaggag ttacgtccga aatatgtcat tgggcatcca acctggccac tgacgacatc ccttcggacg tattagaaag agcaaaatac cttattctcg acggtattgc atgtgcctgg gttggtgcaa gagtgccttg gtcagagaag tatgttcagg caacgatgag ctttgagccg ccgggggcct gcagggtgat tggatatgga cagaaactgg ggcctgttgc agcagccatg accaattccg ctttcataca ggctacggag cttgacgact accacagcga agccccccta cactctgcaa gcattgtcct tcctgcggtc tttgcagcaa gtgaggtctt agccgagcag ggcaaaacaa tttccggtat agatgttatt ctagccgcca ttgtggggtt tgaatctggc ccacggatcg gcaaagcaat ctacggatcg gacctcttga acaacggctg gcattgtgga gctgtgtatg gcgctccagc cggtgcgctg gccacaggaa agctcctcgg tctaactcca gactccatgg aagatgctct cggaattgcg tgcacgcaag cctgtggttt aatgtcggcg caatacggag gcatggtaaa gcgtgtgcaa cacggattcg cagcgcgtaa tggtcttctt gggggactgt tggcccatgg tgggtacgag gcaatgaaag gtgtcctgga gagatcttac ggcggtttcc tcaagatgtt caccaagggc aacggcagag agcctcccta caaagaggag gaagtggtgg ctggtctcgg ttcattctgg cataccttta ctattcgcat caagctctat gcctgctgcg gacttgtcca tggtccagtc gaggctatcg aaaaccttca ggggagatac cccgagctct tgaatagagc caacctcagc aacattcgcc atgttcatgt acagctttca acggcctcga acagtcactg tggatggata ccagaggaga gacccatcag ttcaatcgca gggcagatga gtgtcgcata cattctcgcc gtccagctgg tcgaccagca atgtcttttg tcccagtttt ctgagtttga tgacaacctg gagaggccag aagtttggga tctggccagg aaggttactt catctcaaag cgaagagttt gatcaagacg gcaactgtct cagtgcgggt cgcgtgagga ttgagttcaa cgatggttct tctattacgg aaagtgtcga gaagcctctt ggtgtcaaag agcccatgcc aaacgaacgg attctccaca aataccgaac ccttgctggt agcgtgacgg acgaatcccg ggtgaaagag attgaggatc ttgtcctcgg cctggacagg ctcaccgaca ttagcccatt gctggagctg ctgaattgcc ccgtgaaatc gccactggta taa

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