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GLYMA03G37350.2 protein (Glycine max) - STRING interaction network
"GLYMA03G37350.2" - Uncharacterized protein in Glycine max
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GLYMA03G37350.2Uncharacterized protein (265 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
GLYMA20G27990.1
Thiamine thiazole synthase, chloroplastic; Involved in biosynthesis of the thiamine precursor thiazole. Catalyzes the conversion of NAD and glycine to adenosine diphosphate 5-(2-hydroxyethyl)-4-methylthiazole-2-carboxylic acid (ADT), an adenylated thiazole intermediate. The reaction includes an iron-dependent sulfide transfer from a conserved cysteine residue of the protein to a thiazole intermediate. The enzyme can only undergo a single turnover, which suggests it is a suicide enzyme. May have additional roles in adaptation to various stress conditions and in DNA damage tolerance (351 aa)
     
   
  0.554
GLYMA10G39740.1
Thiamine thiazole synthase, chloroplastic; Involved in biosynthesis of the thiamine precursor thiazole. Catalyzes the conversion of NAD and glycine to adenosine diphosphate 5-(2-hydroxyethyl)-4-methylthiazole-2-carboxylic acid (ADT), an adenylated thiazole intermediate. The reaction includes an iron-dependent sulfide transfer from a conserved cysteine residue of the protein to a thiazole intermediate. The enzyme can only undergo a single turnover, which suggests it is a suicide enzyme. May have additional roles in adaptation to various stress conditions and in DNA damage tolerance (351 aa)
     
   
  0.554
GLYMA03G07703.1
Uncharacterized protein (226 aa)
     
   
  0.554
GLYMA17G35880.2
Uncharacterized protein (244 aa)
           
  0.538
GLYMA14G09310.1
Uncharacterized protein (231 aa)
           
  0.538
GLYMA06G04470.1
Uncharacterized protein (230 aa)
           
  0.538
GLYMA04G04310.1
Uncharacterized protein (224 aa)
           
  0.538
GLYMA20G38780.1
Uncharacterized protein (610 aa)
     
   
  0.532
SGT2
Uncharacterized protein (401 aa)
 
   
  0.465
GLYMA17G03140.2
Lysine--tRNA ligase (602 aa)
   
 
      0.448
Your Current Organism:
Glycine max
NCBI taxonomy Id: 3847
Other names: G. max, Glycine max, Glycine max (L.) Merr., soybean, soybeans
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