268965 (acnB) PLN00094
Thalassiosira pseudonana

Chromosome Product Transcript Start End Strand Short Name
268965 chr_5 (acnB) PLN00094 2094999 2097861 - PLN00094
NCBI ID Ensembl Genomes exon ID
7442290 Thaps268965.2, Thaps268965.1
Expression Profile Conditional Changes Cluster Dendrogram
Normalized Mean Residue
(CSN1) CS_ACL-C_CCL superfamily
(GLNN) GSIII_N superfamily
hypothetical protein
Choline_transpo superfamily
hypothetical protein
hypothetical protein
hypothetical protein
Name CD Accession Definition Superfamily Bitscore E-Value From - To Hit Type PSSM ID
AcnB Aconitate hydratase B catalyses the formation of cis-aconitate from citrate as part of the TCA... cl00285 814.426 0 382 - 819 specific 153131
Aconitase superfamily Aconitase catalytic domain; Aconitase catalyzes the reversible isomerization of citrate and... - 814.426 0 382 - 819 superfamily 260326
AcnB_Swivel Aconitase B swivel domain. Aconitate hydratase B is involved in energy metabolism as part of the... cl00215 243.921 1.22E-75 167 - 307 specific 238808
Aconitase_swivel superfamily Aconitase swivel domain. Aconitase (aconitate hydratase) catalyzes the reversible isomerization of... - 243.921 1.22E-75 167 - 307 superfamily 260268
Aconitase_B_N superfamily Aconitate B N-terminal domain; This family represents the N-terminal domain of Aconitase B. - 219.282 1.70E-66 8 - 152 superfamily 256624
Aconitase_B_N superfamily Aconitate B N-terminal domain; This family represents the N-terminal domain of Aconitase B. - 219.282 1.70E-66 8 - 152 superfamily 256624
PLN00094 aconitate hydratase 2; Provisional - 1698.58 0 8 - 874 multi-dom 215053
T. pseudonana P. tricornutum P. tricornutum DiatomCyc F. cylindrus Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries E. huxleyi C. reinhardtii A. thaliana P. sojae
Not available PHATRDRAFT_26290 PHATRDRAFT_26290 179393 200633 452597 Not available Not available Not available
KEGG description KEGG Pathway
Not available Not available
GO:0008152 GO:0016829 GO:0003994 GO:0006099 -

metabolic process

The chemical reactions and pathways, including anabolism and catabolism, by which living organisms transform chemical substances. Metabolic processes typically transform small molecules, but also include macromolecular processes such as DNA repair and replication, and protein synthesis and degradation.
GO Category: 

lyase activity

Catalysis of the cleavage of C-C, C-O, C-N and other bonds by other means than by hydrolysis or oxidation, or conversely adding a group to a double bond. They differ from other enzymes in that two substrates are involved in one reaction direction, but only one in the other direction. When acting on the single substrate, a molecule is eliminated and this generates either a new double bond or a new ring.
GO Category: 

aconitate hydratase activity

Catalysis of the reaction: citrate = isocitrate. The reaction occurs in two steps: (1) citrate = cis-aconitate + H2O, (2) cis-aconitate + H2O = isocitrate. This reaction is the interconversion of citrate and isocitrate via the labile, enzyme-bound intermediate cis-aconitate. Water is removed from one part of the citrate molecule and added back to a different atom to form isocitrate.
GO Category: 

tricarboxylic acid cycle

A nearly universal metabolic pathway in which the acetyl group of acetyl coenzyme A is effectively oxidized to two CO2 and four pairs of electrons are transferred to coenzymes. The acetyl group combines with oxaloacetate to form citrate, which undergoes successive transformations to isocitrate, 2-oxoglutarate, succinyl-CoA, succinate, fumarate, malate, and oxaloacetate again, thus completing the cycle. In eukaryotes the tricarboxylic acid is confined to the mitochondria. See also glyoxylate cycle.
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