Sequence of Q4VKB4_CHLRE

EC Number
Recommended Name
Accession Code
Organism
No of amino acids
Molecular Weight [Da]
Source
zeaxanthin 4-ketolase
Q4VKB4
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
444
48360
Reaction
adonixanthin + 2 reduced acceptor + 2 O2 = (3S,3'S)-astaxanthin + 2 acceptor + 3 H2O
Sequences with same EC No.
Sequence
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  0 MGPGIQPTSA RPCSRTKHSR FALLAAALTA RRVKQFTKQF RSRRMAEDIL KLWQRQYHLP
 60 REDSDKRTLR ERVHLYRPPR SDLGGIAVAV TVIALWATLF VYGLWFVKLP WALKVGETAT
120 SWATIAAVFF SLEFLYTGLF ITTHDAMHGT IALRNRRLND FLGQLAISLY AWFDYSVLHR
180 KHWEHHNHTG EPRVDPDFHR GNPNLAVWFA QFMVSYMTLS QFLKIAVWSN LLLLAGAPLA
240 NQLLFMTAAP ILSAFRLFYY GTYVPHHPEK GHTGAMPWQV SRTSSASRLQ SFLTCYHFDL
300 HWEHHRWPYA PWWELPKCRQ IARGAALAPG PLPVPAAAAA TAATAAAAAA ATGSPAPASR
360 AGSASSASAA ASGFGSGHSG SVAAQPLSSL PLLSEGVKGL VEGAMELVAG GSSSGGGGEG
420 GKPGAGEHGL LQRQRQLAPV GVMA
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Sequence related references
Sequence Reference
Authors
Title
Journal
Volume
Pages
Year
PubMed ID
29152002
Lohr M.,Im C.-S.,Grossman A.R.
Genome-based examination of chlorophyll and carotenoid biosynthesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.
Plant Physiol.
138
490-515
2005
29152003
Merchant S.S.,Prochnik S.E.,Vallon O.,Harris E.H.,Karpowicz S.J.,Witman G.B.,Terry A.,Salamov A.,Fritz-Laylin L.K.,Marechal-Drouard L.,Marshall W.F.,Qu L.H.,Nelson D.R.,Sanderfoot A.A.,Spalding M.H.,Kapitonov V.V.,Ren Q.,Ferris P.,Lindquist E.,Shapiro H.,Lucas S.M.,Grimwood J.,Schmutz J.,Cardol P.,Cerutti H.,Chanfreau G.,Chen C.L.,Cognat V.,Croft M.T.,Dent R.,Dutcher S.,Fernandez E.,Fukuzawa H.,Gonzalez-Ballester D.,Gonzalez-Halphen D.,Hallmann A.,Hanikenne M.,Hippler M.,Inwood W.,Jabbari K.,Kalanon M.,Kuras R.,Lefebvre P.A.,Lemaire S.D.,Lobanov A.V.,Lohr M.,Manuell A.,Meier I.,Mets L.,Mittag M.,Mittelmeier T.,Moroney J.V.,Moseley J.,Napoli C.,Nedelcu A.M.,Niyogi K.,Novoselov S.V.,Paulsen I.T.,Pazour G.,Purton S.,Ral J.P.,Riano-Pachon D.M.,Riekhof W.,Rymarquis L.,Schroda M.,Stern D.,Umen J.,Willows R.,Wilson N.,Zimmer S.L.,Allmer J.,Balk J.,Bisova K.,Chen C.J.,Elias M.,Gendler K.,Hauser C.,Lamb M.R.,Ledford H.,Long J.C.,Minagawa J.,Page M.D.,Pan J.,Pootakham W.,Roje S.,Rose A.,Stahlberg E.,Terauchi A.M.,Yang P.,Ball S.,Bowler C.,Dieckmann C.L.,Gladyshev V.N.,Green P.,Jorgensen R.,Mayfield S.,Mueller-Roeber B.,Rajamani S.,Sayre R.T.,Brokstein P.,Dubchak I.,Goodstein D.,Hornick L.,Huang Y.W.,Jhaveri J.,Luo Y.,Martinez D.,Ngau W.C.,Otillar B.,Poliakov A.,Porter A.,Szajkowski L.,Werner G.,Zhou K.,Grigoriev I.V.,Rokhsar D.S.,Grossman A.R.
The Chlamydomonas genome reveals the evolution of key animal and plant functions.
Science
318
245-250
2007