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Results for the Protein: P49915
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GUAA_HUMAN RecName: Full=GMP synthase [glutamine-hydrolyzing]; AltName: Full=GMP synthetase; AltName: Full=Glutamine amidotransferase
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COG2071 - COG2071
GuaA - COG0518
PabA - COG0512
GATase1_2 - cd01745
Peptidase_C26 - pfam07722
GATase1 - cd01653
GATase1_1 - cd01741
GAT_1 - cd03128
GATase1_GMP_Synthase - cd01742
GATase1_Anthranilate - cd01743
GATase1_CPSase - cd01744
GATase - pfam00117
HisH - COG0118
GuaA - COG0519
NAD_synthase - cd00553
MesJ - COG0037
COG0603 - COG0603
ExsB - cd01995
Alpha_ANH_like_II - cd01993
GMP_synthase_C - cd01997
ExsB - pfam06508
GMP_synt_C - pfam00958


Swiss-Prot Protein: P49915
Identical to: NP_003866
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Domains found on the Protein

Domain ↕CD Accession ↕E-Value ↕Start ↕End ↕
GuaACOG05185.1e-6825215
GATase1_2cd017451.4e-0826207
PabACOG05122.8e-1126208
GATase1cd016534.2e-1727204
GATase1_1cd017415.2e-1827207
GAT_1cd031289.8e-0627110
GATase1_GMP_Synthasecd017421.1e-10828207
GATase1_Anthranilatecd017431.2e-0928207
GATase1_CPSasecd017442.8e-0728207
HisHCOG01180.0001559211
GuaACOG05191.4e-65216693
NAD_synthasecd005531.9e-05217512
MesJCOG00370.00012221515
COG0603COG06030.00026235417
Alpha_ANH_like_IIcd019930.00058238444
ExsBcd019950.00015238403
GMP_synthase_Ccd019973.2e-247238692
COG2071COG20711.9e-0724216
GATasepfam001172.6e-5229210
GMP_synt_Cpfam009584.3e-71492692
Peptidase_C26pfam077222.6e-0727192
ExsBpfam065080.00044238346


Please Cite: Peterson, T.A., Adadey, A., Santana-Cruz ,I., Sun, Y., Winder A, Kann, M.G., (2010) DMDM: Domain Mapping of Disease Mutations. Bioinformatics 26 (19), 2458-2459.

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