Genes that are sometimes fused into single open reading frames.
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from curated databases
ATPase, AAA family protein (426 aa)
Predicted Functional Partners:
ATP-binding protein (232 aa)
Uncharacterized protein (492 aa)
Aspartyl-tRNA synthetase (581 aa)
Recombination protein RecR ; May play a role in DNA repair. It seems to be involved in an RecBC-independent recombinational process of DNA repair. It may act with RecF and RecO (205 aa)
DEAD box-related helicase (ATP-dependent RNA helicase) (412 aa)
Putative ATP-dependent DNA helicase (729 aa)
ATP-dependent DNA helicase recQ (630 aa)
Holliday junction resolvase RuvC ; Nuclease that resolves Holliday junction intermediates in genetic recombination. Cleaves the cruciform structure in supercoiled DNA by nicking to strands with the same polarity at sites symmetrically opposed at the junction in the homologous arms and leaves a 5’-terminal phosphate and a 3’-terminal hydroxyl group (187 aa)
Lipoprotein PG3 (226 aa)
Methionyl-tRNA synthetase ; Is required not only for elongation of protein synthesis but also for the initiation of all mRNA translation through initiator tRNA(fMet) aminoacylation (716 aa)
Your Current Organism:
Pedobacter sp. BAL39
NCBI taxonomy Id: 391596 Other names: P. sp. BAL39, Pedobacter BAL39, Pedobacter sp. BAL39