Annotation Overview for fig|585397.9.peg.85 in Escherichia coli ED1a:
Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)

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current assignmentAcetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)EC Number 2.2.1.6
taxonomy id585397contig
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PubMed links23512804
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FigFamFIG00136692CDD linkshow cdd
PATtyfamPGF_00025090: Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)
PLF_561_00000540: Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)
alignments and trees15 alignments and treesPATRIC link38484083
edit functional roleAcetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)
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This feature is part of a subsystem
  • In Branched-Chain Amino Acid Biosynthesis its role is Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6).
  • In Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine biosynthesis PanGenomes its role is Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6). However, the functionality of this subsystem has not yet been classified for this organism.
  • In Branched-Chain Amino Acid Biosynthesis its role is Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6).
  • Reasons for Current Assignment

    We have assigned the function "Acetolactate synthase large subunit (EC 2.2.1.6)" to the encoded protein. The protein occurs in 1 subsystem: "Branched-Chain Amino Acid Biosynthesis". The function of this gene is asserted in 23512804.

    Compare Regions For fig|585397.9.peg.85

    The chromosomal region of the focus gene (top) is compared with four similar organisms. The graphic is centered on the focus gene, which is red and numbered 1. Sets of genes with similar sequence are grouped with the same number and color. Genes whose relative position is conserved in at least four other species are functionally coupled and share gray background boxes. The size of the region and the number of genomes may be reset. Click on any arrow in the display to refocus the comparison on that gene. The focus gene always points to the right, even if it is located on the minus strand.