Entry information : CtoCP (Ctob_005645)
Entry ID 13469
Creation 2015-10-28 (Christophe Dunand)
Last sequence changes 2015-10-28 (Christophe Dunand)
Sequence status complete
Reviewer Achraf Jemmat
Last annotation changes 2015-11-04 (Achraf Jemmat)
Peroxidase information: CtoCP (Ctob_005645)
Name (synonym) CtoCP (Ctob_005645)
Class Catalase peroxidase    [Orthogroup: CP002]
Taxonomy Haptophyceae (prymnesiophytes); Prymnesiales; Prymnesiales; Prymnesiales
Organism Chrysochromulina tobin (sp. CCMP291)    [TaxId: 1460289 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value CtoCP
start..stop
S start..stop
BnaCP 533 0 28..555 184..765
BnaCP 90 3e-19 314..418 98..202
EUgCP01 512 6e-179 68..555 1..481
PsojCP 498 1e-170 29..547 172..682
PsojCP 138 6e-35 309..553 80..396
CreCP01 490 3e-166 28..555 171..729
CreCP01 119 1e-28 309..553 80..401
Literature and cross-references CtoCP (Ctob_005645)
DNA ref. GenBank:   JWZX01003197.1 (20165..18269)
Protein sequence: CtoCP (Ctob_005645)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   556
PWM (Da):   %s   59328.33  
PI (pH):   %s   5.09
Sequence
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.........1 .........2 .........3 .........4 .........5 .........6 .........7 .........8 .........9 .........0 .........1 .........2
MGRSVHSRGQ HGCSGNGWAN PWLLRRPVDD VDGTASLPLG PSPEQEKNWP CAVNGTCESP LGSTTVGLIY LNPEGPLGQP LPEKSFLDIR DTFARMNMND TETVALIGGG HAFGKAHGAC  RAGAGPSPAE DPSNPWPGLC GTGKGNDAFT SGFEGPWTTK PTRWDVEYFQ NLLQFDWEVH VGPGGHHQWK VNGTSPTAPA AHGSGRQAIM MLTSDVSLTK DPAYRQIVQS FAADQSAFEQ  AWMHAWYKLT TRDMGPATRC IGPDVPPAQP WQKPAAPPLx PLPPPFQPTL ANWTEVGAAV RDLQSKDPHA AGELVRLAWQ CASTYRATDY LGGCNGARIR FAPENSWPLN AALGKALAML  EPIKLQFGNA LSWADLIVLA GQTAIEVAGG PALPFCGGRT DAADGAGSSL LNEQLLGEVV DTIDLTRERM ALLDLSAREY VALVGAQRTL GTNAPVGRDG AATATPDSFD NAYFSNLANK 
QWAKMTSKQG KLEYKAVGEE LYMLASDLTL RFDPELMSIV QEFAIDAAAF VDELSRAWPK LLTADLYAGP TAKFCF 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Complete sequence from genomic (no intron). Only the 2nd domain has been predicted due to a frame shift in the sequence