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CAZyme Information: MGYG000000473_01295

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Basic Information help

Species UBA10281 sp900767495
Lineage Bacteria; Firmicutes_A; Clostridia_A; Christensenellales; Borkfalkiaceae; UBA10281; UBA10281 sp900767495
CAZyme ID MGYG000000473_01295
CAZy Family GH78
CAZyme Description hypothetical protein
CAZyme Property
Protein Length CGC Molecular Weight Isoelectric Point
732 MGYG000000473_77|CGC1 82310.3 4.9013
Genome Property
Genome Assembly ID Genome Size Genome Type Country Continent
MGYG000000473 1843328 MAG Fiji Oceania
Gene Location Start: 1516;  End: 3714  Strand: +

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Enzyme Prediction      help

No EC number prediction in MGYG000000473_01295.

CAZyme Signature Domains help

Family Start End Evalue family coverage
GH78 254 683 9.6e-35 0.8611111111111112

CDD Domains      download full data without filtering help

Cdd ID Domain E-Value qStart qEnd sStart sEnd Domain Description
pfam17389 Bac_rhamnosid6H 6.63e-13 344 652 6 314
Bacterial alpha-L-rhamnosidase 6 hairpin glycosidase domain. This family consists of bacterial rhamnosidase A and B enzymes. L-Rhamnose is abundant in biomass as a common constituent of glycolipids and glycosides, such as plant pigments, pectic polysaccharides, gums or biosurfactants. Some rhamnosides are important bioactive compounds. For example, terpenyl glycosides, the glycosidic precursor of aromatic terpenoids, act as important flavouring substances in grapes. Other rhamnosides act as cytotoxic rhamnosylated terpenoids, as signal substances in plants or play a role in the antigenicity of pathogenic bacteria.
pfam04685 DUF608 0.001 468 552 128 217
Glycosyl-hydrolase family 116, catalytic region. This represents a family of archaeal, bacterial and eukaryotic glycosyl hydrolases, that belong to superfamily GH116. The primary catabolic pathway for glucosylceramide is catalysis by the lysosomal enzyme glucocerebrosidase. In higher eukaryotes, glucosylceramide is the precursor of glycosphingolipids, a complex group of ubiquitous membrane lipids. Mutations in the human protein cause motor-neurone defects in hereditary spastic paraplegia. The catalytic nucleophile, identified in UniProtKB:Q97YG8_SULSO, is a glutamine-335, with the likely acid/base at Asp-442 and the aspartates at Asp-406 and Asp-458 residues also playing a role in the catalysis of glucosides and xylosides that are beta-bound to hydrophobic groups. The family is defined as GH116, which presently includes enzymes with beta-glucosidase, EC:, beta-xylosidase, EC:, and glucocerebrosidase EC: activity.

CAZyme Hits      help

Hit ID E-Value Query Start Query End Hit Start Hit End
BBD46135.1 6.75e-127 1 726 47 811
QGY42778.1 2.33e-126 1 687 38 758
SCM59084.1 8.92e-119 1 687 48 768
QUH27875.1 2.78e-113 32 687 41 723
QDH81296.1 9.85e-113 7 728 38 810

PDB Hits      help

has no PDB hit.

Swiss-Prot Hits      download full data without filtering help

Hit ID E-Value Query Start Query End Hit Start Hit End Description
T2KNB2 1.38e-07 280 698 428 827
Alpha-L-rhamnosidase OS=Formosa agariphila (strain DSM 15362 / KCTC 12365 / LMG 23005 / KMM 3901 / M-2Alg 35-1) OX=1347342 GN=BN863_22090 PE=1 SV=2

SignalP and Lipop Annotations help

This protein is predicted as OTHER

1.000057 0.000008 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000

TMHMM  Annotations      help

There is no transmembrane helices in MGYG000000473_01295.