Subsystem: Aromatic Amin Catabolism

This subsystem's description is:

NOt many pathways related to this SS are well known. we are listing here the most typical one, generally present in a diverse group of bacteria

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HPADO*HPAH*HPAHbmaoC*maoAfeaB
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NOt many pathways related to this SS are well known. we are listing here the most typical one, generally present in a diverse group of bacteria
S M Cuskey and R H Olsen,J Bacteriol. 1988 January; 170(1): 393399.
Catabolism of aromatic biogenic amines by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 via meta cleavage of homoprotocatechuic acid.http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/pagerender.fcgi?artid=210655&pageindex=2#page
TynC,D,E,F


Variant code:
Presence of maoA and (optional) Nitrilotriacetate monooxygenase/4-hydroxyphenylacetate 3-monooxygenase are indicated by a variant 2- maoA function and the main pathway functions are present or 9- only maoA is present. 3- all known part of PHA pathway,
4,6,7-functions might belong to other aromatics (not aromatic amine) degradation, 7-very likely other aromatics degradation, 1-eukaryotic

Functions downstream feaB are included in a SS : 'phenylacetate catabolism' and not considered as a variant for this SS.
Octopamine hydrolase-is a missing sequence
HPAD-no sequences (can be one of cytochromes p450 in euks)

Currently selected organism: Sulfolobus acidocaldarius DSM 639 (open scenarios overview page for organism)