Entry information : SpomBCP (DOT5 / nTPx)
Entry ID 4315
Creation 2007-01-25 (Filippo Passardi)
Last sequence changes 2007-01-25 (Filippo Passardi)
Sequence status complete
Reviewer Christophe Dunand
Last annotation changes 2008-09-22 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: SpomBCP (DOT5 / nTPx)
Name (synonym) SpomBCP (DOT5 / nTPx)
Class Atypical 2-Cysteine peroxiredoxin (type BCP)    [Orthogroup: BCP001]
Taxonomy Eukaryota Fungi Ascomycota Schizosaccharomycetes Schizosaccharomycetaceae Schizosaccharomyces
Organism Schizosaccharomyces pombe    [TaxId: 4896 ]
Cellular localisation Nucleus
Tissue type N/D
Inducer N/D
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value SpomBCP
start..stop
S start..stop
PplPrxQ02 137 4.93e-41 44..179 80..212
CnPrxQ_JEC21 134 1.61e-40 46..192 19..164
CnPrxQ_grubiiH99 133 3.95e-40 45..192 18..164
LbiPrxQ02 133 1.96e-39 2..179 13..211
Literature and cross-references SpomBCP (DOT5 / nTPx)
Literature REFERENCE 1 Wood V. et al. The genome sequence of Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Nature 415:871-880(2002).

REFERENCE 2 Singer MS et al., Genetics (1998), 150:613-632.
Protein ref. UniProtKB:   O94561
DNA ref. GenBank:   CU329671 (283938..284525)
Protein sequence: SpomBCP (DOT5 / nTPx)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   195
PWM (Da):   %s   21054.06  
PI (pH):   %s   9.12
Sequence
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*.........1 .........2 .........3 .........4 .........5 .........6 .........7 .........8 .........9 .........0 .........1 .........2
MDAPRRSSRL AAKIANVLDS KGTIIPEAAP VMLKKPAKDE SVDSTIQVGD VIPDITLPDE DGTSIRLRDI TANKGLVIFA YPKASTPGCT KQGCGFRDNY PKIQASDYEV LGLSFDTSKA 
QKAFKDKQNF PYHLLSDPKG ELIKKLGAEK PGGGKLFRSH WIFEKGTGKC IVKEIDISPL VSVDKAFAVI TDSEP 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Genomic DNA (chromo II, . Strain="ATCC 38366/972". Protein probably involved in telomere de-repression (Izawa S. et al., Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 2004, 64:120-124). Possesses thioredoxin peroxidase activity. The protein bears a nuclear localisation signal in its N-terminus (Park SG et al, J Biol Chem, 2000, 275:5723-5732).