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Bra000882 protein (Brassica rapa) - STRING interaction network
"Bra000882" - AT4G02405 in Brassica rapa
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Bra000882AT4G02405 (E=2e-137) | unknown protein (312 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
Bra033643
AT5G42760 (E=9e-160) | INVOLVED IN- biological_process unknown; LOCATED IN- cellular_component unknown; EXPRESSED IN- 21 plant structures; EXPRESSED DURING- 13 growth stages; CONTAINS InterPro DOMAIN/s- Conserved hypothetical protein CHP00027, methylltransferase (InterPro-IPR011610), O-methyltransferase, N-terminal (InterPro-IPR003455); Has 888 Blast hits to 888 proteins in 139 species- Archae - 36; Bacteria - 741; Metazoa - 23; Fungi - 3; Plants - 27; Viruses - 0; Other Eukaryotes - 58 (source- NCBI BLink). (308 aa)
   
          0.432
Bra007852
AT1G59840 (E=2e-105) CCB4 | CCB4 (COFACTOR ASSEMBLY OF COMPLEX C) (299 aa)
   
        0.412
Bra007852.1-P
AT1G59840 (E=2e-105) CCB4 | CCB4 (COFACTOR ASSEMBLY OF COMPLEX C) (299 aa)
   
        0.412
Your Current Organism:
Brassica rapa
NCBI taxonomy Id: 3711
Other names: B. rapa, Brassica, Brassica L., Brassica rapa, Brassica rapa L., Brassiceae, field mustard
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