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Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
tyrA - Prephenate dehydrogenase TyrA (PDH) (hydroxyphenylpyruvate synthase); Catalyzes the NAD(+)-dependent conversion of prephenate to p- hydroxyphenylpyruvate, with the elimination of carbon dioxide. Is a key regulatory enzyme in tyrosine biosynthesis. Displays no chorismate mutase (CM) activity, in contrast to TyrA from E.coli and some other bacteria, that are bifunctional and possess a CM domain.
, CCP46581.1, RVBD_3754]
ML2472 - Possible prephenate dehydrogenase; Similar to Mycobacterium tuberculosis putative oxidoreductase
TR:O69721 (EMBL:AL022121) fasta scores: E(): 0, 80.0% id in 300 aa and to Bacillus subtilis prephenate dehydrogenase TyrA SW:TYRA_BACSU (P20692) fasta scores: E(): 1.6e-15, 29.1% id in 285 aa. Contains Pfam match to entry PF02153 PDH, Prephenate dehydrogenase.
[a.k.a. gene:17576335, CAC31989.1, mle:ML2472]
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