Entry information : ScoHCMDn01 (pcaL)
Entry ID 4672
Creation 2007-02-15 (Filippo Passardi)
Last sequence changes 2007-02-15 (Filippo Passardi)
Sequence status complete
Reviewer Christophe Dunand
Last annotation changes 2007-11-30 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: ScoHCMDn01 (pcaL)
Name (synonym) ScoHCMDn01 (pcaL)
Class Hydrolase-CMD fusion (no peroxidase activity)    [Orthogroup: HCMDn001]
Taxonomy Bacteria Actinobacteria Actinobacteria (class) Streptomycetaceae Streptomyces
Organism Streptomyces coelicolor    [TaxId: 1902 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value ScoHCMDn01
start..stop
S start..stop
SavHCMDn01 623 0 1..371 1..376
STsHCMDn 619 0 4..371 5..373
SavHCMDn02 338 3e-114 5..369 9..426
NspHCMDn 310 1e-103 1..373 5..401
Literature and cross-references ScoHCMDn01 (pcaL)
Literature Bentley S.D. et al.

Complete genome sequence of the model actinomycete Streptomyces
coelicolor A3(2)

Nature 417 (6885), 141-147 (2002)
Protein ref. GenPept:   CAB45571 UniProtKB:   Q9XAN3
DNA ref. GenBank:   AL939128 (279267..280394)
Protein sequence: ScoHCMDn01 (pcaL)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   375
PWM (Da):   %s   39719.32  
PI (pH):   %s   6.3
Sequence
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MTTMLNHLSE GPASAPPLLL GPSLGTSYAL WDAVAPELSV RHRVIRWDLP GHGGSRADLI GPGATVGDLA DLVLALADSL GVERFAHAGV SLGGAVGLHL AVHHPERVSS LAVVCSSAHF  NGAKPWEERA AQVRTEGLAR LADSADARWF VPGFTVPRLV RDHREADPGA YAACCDALAA FDLRERVGEI SAPTLLVAGR EDPATPPSHL REIADAVPGA TLTEIPGASH LAPAERPEAV  LTALRAHFDG AARRGMAVRR EVLGDAHVDR AQARQSPFTA RFQDFISRYA WGEIWTDETL SRRERSMVTL TALVAHGHYE ELAMHVRAAR RNGLTPDEIG AVLLQTAVYC GVPAANSAFA 
TAQRVLAEEA DGTAE 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Complete sequence from Genomic. Strain="ATCC BAA-471 / A3(2) / M145". Other pca-gene cluster has been detected: pcaB, pcaG, pcaH, pca F, pcaJ and pcaI.