STRING protein interaction network
Network nodes represent proteins
splice isoforms or post-translational modifications are collapsed, i.e. each node represents all the proteins produced by a single, protein-coding gene locus.
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query proteins and first shell of interactors
white nodes:
second shell of interactors
Node Content
empty nodes:
proteins of unknown 3D structure
filled nodes:
some 3D structure is known or predicted
Edges represent protein-protein associations
associations are meant to be specific and meaningful, i.e. proteins jointly contribute to a shared function; this does not necessarily mean they are physically binding to each other.
Known Interactions
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Predicted Interactions
gene neighborhood
gene fusions
gene co-occurrence
protein homology
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Gene Fusion
yicIAlpha-d-xyloside xylohydrolase; Can catalyze the transfer of alpha-xylosyl residue from alpha-xyloside to xylose, glucose, mannose, fructose, maltose, isomaltose, nigerose, kojibiose, sucrose and trehalose (772 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
Glycoside/pentoside/hexuronide:cation symporter, gph family; Inner membrane symporter YicJ; Putative permease
Eama family inner membrane putative transporter; Uncharacterized inner membrane transporter YicL; Putative permease transporter
D-stereospecific phenylhydantoinase; Catalyzes the stereospecific hydrolysis of the cyclic amide bond of D-hydantoin derivatives with an aromatic side chains at the 5'- position. Has no activity on dihydropyrimidines. The physiological function is unknown
CP4-6 prophage; putative xylosidase/arabinosidase; Putative beta-xylosidase
Formyl-coa transferase, nad(p)-binding; Involved in the catabolism of oxalate and in the adapatation to low pH via the induction of the oxalate-dependent acid tolerance response (ATR). Catalyzes the transfer of the CoA moiety from formyl- CoA to oxalate. It can also use succinate as an acceptor
5-keto-D-gluconate 5-reductase; Catalyzes the reduction of 5-keto-D-gluconate to D-gluconate, using either NADH or NADPH. Is likely involved in an L-idonate degradation pathway that allows E.coli to utilize L-idonate as the sole carbon and energy source. Is also able to catalyze the reverse reaction in vitro, but the D-gluconate oxidation by the enzyme can only proceed with NAD
Evolved beta-d-galactosidase, alpha subunit; The wild-type enzyme is an ineffective lactase. Two classes of point mutations dramatically improve activity of the enzyme
Beta-d-glucoside glucohydrolase, periplasmic; Belongs to the glycosyl hydrolase 3 family
Rhamnulokinase; Involved in the catabolism of L-rhamnose (6-deoxy-L-mannose). It could also play a role in the metabolism of some rare sugars such as L-fructose. Catalyzes the transfer of the gamma-phosphate group from ATP to the 1-hydroxyl group of L-rhamnulose to yield L-rhamnulose 1- phosphate. Uridine triphosphate (UTP), cytidine 5-triphosphate (CTP), guanosine 5-triphosphate (GTP), and thymidine triphosphate (TTP) also can act as phosphoryl donors. It can also phosphorylate L-fuculose and L-xylulose
Glycolate oxidase iron-sulfur subunit; Enzyme; Central intermediary metabolism: Pool, multipurpose conversions
Your Current Organism:
Escherichia coli K12 MG1655
NCBI taxonomy Id: 511145
Other names: E. coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655, Escherichia coli K12 substr. MG1655, Escherichia coli MG1655, Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655, Escherichia coli str. K12 substr. MG1655, Escherichia coli str. MG1655, Escherichia coli strain MG1655
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