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EC 3.6.4.8 Details
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EC number
3.6.4.8
Accepted name
proteasome ATPase
Reaction
ATP + H2O = ADP + phosphate
Systematic name
ATP phosphohydrolase (polypeptide-degrading)
Comment
Belongs to the AAA-type superfamily and, like EC 3.6.4.5 (minus-end-directed kinesin ATPase), is involved in channel gating and polypeptide unfolding before proteolysis in the proteasome. Six ATPase subunits are present in the regulatory particle (RP) of 26S proteasome.
History
created 2000, deleted 2018
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1 Oxidoreductases (9631 organisms) download 3945229 sequences with EC number 1 in fasta format download 3945229 sequences with EC number 1 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 1) as tabstop separated file
2 Transferases (7171 organisms) download 11113840 sequences with EC number 2 in fasta format download 11113840 sequences with EC number 2 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 2) as tabstop separated file
3 Hydrolases (11482 organisms) download 5568323 sequences with EC number 3 in fasta format download 5568323 sequences with EC number 3 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 3) as tabstop separated file
3.1 Acting on ester bonds (4089 organisms) download 1537921 sequences with EC number 3.1 in fasta format download 1537921 sequences with EC number 3.1 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 3.1) as tabstop separated file
3.2 Glycosylases (4717 organisms) download 742860 sequences with EC number 3.2 in fasta format download 742860 sequences with EC number 3.2 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 3.2) as tabstop separated file
3.6.4.12 DNA helicase (65 organisms) show the reaction download 471915 sequences with EC number 3.6.4.12 in fasta format download 471915 sequences with EC number 3.6.4.12 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 3.6.4.12) as tabstop separated file
3.6.4.13 RNA helicase (80 organisms) show the reaction download 140575 sequences with EC number 3.6.4.13 in fasta format download 140575 sequences with EC number 3.6.4.13 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 3.6.4.13) as tabstop separated file
4 Lyases (5139 organisms) download 2953905 sequences with EC number 4 in fasta format download 2953905 sequences with EC number 4 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 4) as tabstop separated file
5 Isomerases (2099 organisms) download 1799417 sequences with EC number 5 in fasta format download 1799417 sequences with EC number 5 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 5) as tabstop separated file
6 Ligases (1565 organisms) download 2708260 sequences with EC number 6 in fasta format download 2708260 sequences with EC number 6 as tabstop The data in BRENDA allow the calculation or simulation of metabolic pathways by extracting the information of substrate/product chains and the corresponding kinetic data of the preceding and following enzymes in the Boehringer and KEGG metabolism (with the risk of including ?pathways? with non-natural compounds). version Download 2822 PDB numbers (EC 6) as tabstop separated file
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