Entry information : PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
Entry ID 4343
Creation 2007-01-29 (Filippo Passardi)
Last sequence changes 2007-01-29 (Filippo Passardi)
Sequence status complete
Reviewer Christophe Dunand
Last annotation changes 2007-01-29 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
Name PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
Class Atypical 2-Cysteine peroxiredoxin (type BCP)    [Orthogroup: BCP001]
Taxonomy Bacteria Cyanobacteria Prochlorococcaceae Prochlorococcus
Organism Prochlorococcus marinus    [TaxId: 1219 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
start..stop
S start..stop
PmarBCP_MIT9312 290 3e-103 1..149 1..149
PmarpBCP_CCMP1986 283 2e-100 1..149 1..149
PmarBCP01_NATL2A 230 2e-79 1..147 3..149
PmarBCP02_NATL2A 223 2e-76 1..148 3..151
Literature and cross-references PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
Literature Coleman,M.L., Sullivan,M.B., Martiny,A.C., Steglich,C., Barry,K.,
Delong,E.F. and Chisholm,S.W.

Genomic islands and the ecology and evolution of Prochlorococcus

Science 311 (5768), 1768-1770 (2006)
DNA sequence http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/viewer.fcgi?val=91070082&itemID=31&view=gbwithparts
Protein ref. GenPept:   91070113 UniProtKB:   Q1PKL7
Protein sequence: PmarBCP_cloneASNC729
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   149
PWM (Da):   %s   16818.85  
PI (pH):   %s   9.7
Sequence
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.........1 .........2 .........3 .........4 .........5 .........6 .........7 .........8 .........9 .........0 .........1 .........2
MQIGDKIPEF SLLDQNGVKR SNKELKSPLV LFFYPKDDTP GCTIEVCGFR DKYDLFKILG AQVWGVSNGS ASSHLAFANK NKLQYPLLCD TNDSLRKNFK VPKVLGFMDG RVTYVIDRKG 
TVRHIFRDLL NGPEHIKEAI RVLKEIQNQ 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Shotgun genomic sequencing (genome not fully sequenced: the sequence obtained can be found under the NCBI accession DQ366719) from an uncultured (wild) Prochlorococcus marinus (clone ASNC729, not classified as a strain so far). For more information, see Coleman et al. (2006).