Entry information : SaRboh03 (SaNOX3)
Entry ID 6121
Creation 2008-02-21 (Daniel Marino)
Last sequence changes 2008-02-21 (Daniel Marino)
Sequence status partial
Reviewer Christophe Dunand
Last annotation changes 2008-02-25 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: SaRboh03 (SaNOX3)
Name (synonym) SaRboh03 (SaNOX3)
Class Respiratory burst oxidase homolog     [Orthogroup: Rboh001]*
Taxonomy Eukaryota Viridiplantae Streptophyta Orobanchaceae Striga
Organism Striga asiatica (witchweed)    [TaxId: 4170 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value SaRboh03
start..stop
S start..stop
NbRboh02 918 0 2..516 408..930
NtRboh04_BelW3 914 0 2..516 407..929
LeRboh02 904 0 1..516 406..929
CsiRboh01 899 0 1..516 407..913
Literature and cross-references SaRboh03 (SaNOX3)
Literature Liang L., Palmer A.G. and Lynn D.G.Cloning and functional analyses of three gp91phox homologs in Striga asiatica. Direct submission
Protein sequence: SaRboh03 (SaNOX3)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   542
PWM (Da):   %s   61046.73 Transmb domain:   %s   i98-120o146-168i328-345o
PI (pH):   %s   10.08
Sequence
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MAKGAAETLK LNMALILLPV CRNTITWLRN RTKLGVAVPF DDNLNFHKVI AIAISLGVGI HAISHLTCDF PRLLAATPKE YEPMEQFFGK QATSYWHFVL SWEGITGVVI VVLMAIAFTL  ATPWFRRNRV DLPRPFNKLT GFNAFWYSHH LFVIVYALLI IHGIKLYLTH EWYKKTTWMY LTVPIMLYAG ERLIRAFRSS IKAVKILKVA VYPGNVLALH MSKPQGFKYK SGQYIFVNCA  AVSPFEWHPF SITSAPRDDY VSVHIRTLGD WTRQLKAVFA EVCQPPPTGK SGLLRADFMQ GENNPNFPRV LIDGPYGAPT QDYKDYDVVL LVGLGIGATP MISVVKDIVN NIKAMDEEEG  GATRGSTPNA SPLSTPRRKS GSDRRDFKTR RAYFYWVTRE QGSFDWFKGV MNEVSEMDHK GVIEMHNYCT SVYEEGDARS ALITMLQSLN HAKNGVDVVS GTRVKSHFAK PNWRTVYKRI 
ALNHPTARVG VFYCGAPPPV KELRQLASDF SHRTTTSSNS TKKLLTSSAK LTKICFYPML RI 

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Remarks Partial sequence from mRNA. 3'end is missing. Evidence of protein existence at transcript level.