Organism : Methanococcus maripaludis S2 | Module List :
carboxymuconolactone decarboxylase-like protein
Functional Annotations (1)
|Uncharacterized homolog of gamma-carboxymuconolactone decarboxylase subunit||cog/ cog|
Motif information (de novo identified motifs for modules)
There are 6 motifs predicted.
|Motif Id||e-value||Consensus||Motif Logo|
Functional Enrichment for MMP0807
|Uncharacterized homolog of gamma-carboxymuconolactone decarboxylase subunit||cog/ cog|
Module neighborhood information for MMP0807
|Gene||Common Name||Description||Module membership|
|MMP0018||LysR family transcriptional regulator||85, 166|
|MMP0032||transcription regulator ArsR||69, 155|
|MMP0140||(NiFe) hydrogenase maturation protein HypF||4, 85|
|MMP0161||comB||2-phosphosulfolactate phosphatase||85, 104|
|MMP0174||HD phosphohydrolase family protein||42, 131|
|MMP0188||diphthamide biosynthesis protein||42, 163|
|MMP0197||ABC-type iron(III) transport system permease||6, 127, 155|
|MMP0201||moeA||molybdenum cofactor biosynthesis protein||26, 82, 155|
|MMP0208||hypothetical protein MMP0208||26, 31, 42, 82|
|MMP0211||hypothetical protein MMP0211||45, 85|
|MMP0228||trm1||N(2),N(2)-dimethylguanosine tRNA methyltransferase||21, 42|
|MMP0361||hypothetical protein MMP0361||42, 45, 163|
|MMP0424||hypothetical protein MMP0424||85, 163|
|MMP0436||rimK||RimK domain-containing protein||6, 31, 42, 72, 82, 110|
|MMP0437||hypothetical protein MMP0437||6, 31, 42, 53, 82|
|MMP0454||hypothetical protein MMP0454||85, 163|
|MMP0459||hypothetical protein MMP0459||85, 101|
|MMP0473||hypothetical protein MMP0473||31, 42|
|MMP0478||hypothetical protein MMP0478||5, 85|
|MMP0494||helicase family protein||26, 155|
|MMP0495||hypothetical protein MMP0495||31, 42, 127, 155|
|MMP0497||hypothetical protein MMP0497||26, 82, 155|
|MMP0512||fmdB||molybdenum containing formylmethanofuran dehydrogenase subunit B||85, 101|
|MMP0517||hypothetical protein MMP0517||69, 85|
|MMP0522||hypothetical protein MMP0522||42, 85, 146, 153|
|MMP0523||ABC transporter ATP-binding protein||42, 85, 146, 153|
|MMP0538||hypothetical protein MMP0538||85, 166|
|MMP0565||hypothetical protein MMP0565||42, 85|
|MMP0586||endonuclease III-like protein||69, 155|
|MMP0653||bile acid:sodium symporter||42, 64|
|MMP0731||exodeoxyribonuclease VII small subunit||85, 104|
|MMP0756||hypothetical protein MMP0756||42, 166|
|MMP0766||resP||site-specific recombinase||6, 42, 53, 72, 127|
|MMP0771||hypothetical protein MMP0771||26, 155|
|MMP0772||hypothetical protein MMP0772||42, 123|
|MMP0774||hypothetical protein MMP0774||53, 69, 127, 155|
|MMP0775||hypothetical protein MMP0775||42, 146, 153, 163|
|MMP0777||hypothetical protein MMP0777||42, 62|
|MMP0780||hypothetical protein MMP0780||72, 155|
|MMP0782||hypothetical protein MMP0782||31, 53, 72, 127, 155, 161|
|MMP0786||hypothetical protein MMP0786||69, 155|
|MMP0789||codB||cytosine permease||72, 85|
|MMP0794||hypothetical protein MMP0794||85, 163|
|MMP0796||sugar efflux transporter||36, 42, 53, 69|
|MMP0803||hypothetical protein MMP0803||53, 155|
|MMP0804||hypothetical protein MMP0804||110, 155|
|MMP0805||hypothetical protein MMP0805||26, 53, 110, 155|
|MMP0807||carboxymuconolactone decarboxylase-like protein||42, 85, 155|
|MMP0828||hypothetical protein MMP0828||45, 85, 163|
|MMP0831||mtbA||methylcobalamin:coenzyme M methyltransferase||42, 82|
|MMP0834||mtbA||uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase||26, 36, 42, 72, 155|
|MMP0835||hypothetical protein MMP0835||85, 146|
|MMP0869||cytidine/deoxycytidylate deaminase||42, 155|
|MMP0892||GCN5-like N-acetyltransferase||42, 85|
|MMP1020||hypothetical protein MMP1020||42, 45|
|MMP1037||rRNA large subunit methyltransferase||26, 155|
|MMP1055||hypothetical protein MMP1055||5, 155|
|MMP1125||hypothetical protein MMP1125||69, 85, 163|
|MMP1173||zinc/iron permease||45, 85|
|MMP1179||methyltransferase||85, 110, 151|
|MMP1180||hypothetical protein MMP1180||45, 85|
|MMP1226||geranylgeranyl reductase||42, 64|
|MMP1268||hypothetical protein MMP1268||85, 166|
|MMP1280||hypothetical protein MMP1280||42, 62|
|MMP1389||hypothetical protein MMP1389||42, 163|
|MMP1423||aldehyde dehydrogenase||85, 163|
|MMP1476||hypothetical protein MMP1476||42, 45|
|MMP1535||hypothetical protein MMP1535||36, 85|
|MMP1536||hypothetical protein MMP1536||36, 42, 53, 161|
|MMP1571||hypothetical protein MMP1571||6, 26, 72, 127, 155|
|MMP1596||hypothetical protein MMP1596||31, 42, 155|
|MMP1620||hypothetical protein MMP1620||42, 53|
|MMP1655||hypothetical protein MMP1655||36, 42, 163|
|MMP1660||hypothetical protein MMP1660||42, 108, 123, 131|
|MMP1664||hypothetical protein MMP1664||42, 146|
|MMP1678||nfo||endonuclease IV||42, 72, 82|
|RNA_34||tRNA-Met4||Met tRNA||42, 100|
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