Entry information : EcoGPx01 (btuE / b1710 / JW1700)
Entry ID 3987
Creation 2006-11-17 (Marcia Pinheiro Margis)
Last sequence changes 2006-11-17 (Marcia Pinheiro Margis)
Sequence status complete
Reviewer reviewer name not stored
Last annotation changes 2010-04-28 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: EcoGPx01 (btuE / b1710 / JW1700)
Name (synonym) EcoGPx01 (btuE / b1710 / JW1700)
Class Fungi-Bacteria glutathione peroxidase    [Orthogroup: Gpx3002]
Taxonomy Bacteria Proteobacteria Gammaproteobacteria Enterobacteriaceae Escherichia
Organism Escherichia coli    [TaxId: 562 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value EcoGPx01
start..stop
S start..stop
ACspGPx02 186 5.02e-61 1..183 1..181
SseGPx 160 8.46e-51 1..169 16..165
SYspGPx01 159 1.1e-50 2..170 6..160
SonGPx 157 6.25e-50 1..170 1..151
Literature and cross-references EcoGPx01 (btuE / b1710 / JW1700)
Literature Friedrich M.J., Deveaux L.C., Kadner R.J. Nucleotide sequence of the btuCED genes involved in vitamin B12 transport in Escherichia coli and homology with components of periplasmic-binding-protein-dependent transport systems. J. Bacteriol. 167:928-934(1986).
Protein ref. UniProtKB:   P06610
DNA ref. GenBank:   AP009048.1 (1795823..1795272)
Protein sequence: EcoGPx01 (btuE / b1710 / JW1700)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   183 (303)
PWM (Da):   %s   20328.27 (32734.7)  
PI (pH):   %s   4.45 (9.92) Peptide Signal:   %s   cut: 27 range:27-329
Sequence
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*.........1 .........2 .........3 .........4 .........5 .........6 .........7 .........8 .........9 .........0 .........1 .........2
MQDSILTTVV KDIDGEVTTL EKFAGNVLLI VNVASKCGLT PQYEQLENIQ KAWVDRGFMV LGFPCNQFLE QEPGSDEEIK TYCTTTWGVT FPMFSKIEVN GEGRHPLYQK LIAAAPTAVA 
PEESGFYARM VSKGRAPLYP DDILWNFEKF LVGRDGKVIQ RFSPDMTPED PIVMESIKLA LAK 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Complete sequence from genomic. Strain="K12 / W3110 / ATCC27325 / DSM5911 / MG1655 / ATCC47076". Described as Vitamin B12 transport periplasmic protein.