Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 Search Result

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ORF ID KEGG ID Gene name Definition KO EC number Comment Category Position Start position Length Last update Last annotator Reference
slr0846 syn:slr0846   hypothetical protein         2862558..2863031 2862558 157 2001-12-28 18:42:00 system  
sll0821 syn:sll0821 cph2 phytochrome-like protein K02488     Two-component system complement(2863093..2866923) 2863093 1276 2001-12-28 18:42:00 system 1.Park CM, Kim JI, Yang SS, Kang JG, Kang JH, Shim JY, Chung YH, Park YM, Song PS (2000) A second photochromic bacteriophytochrome from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803:spectral analysis and down-regulation by light. Biochemistry 39:10840-7 [PMID:10978170]
2.Wu SH, Lagarias JC (2000) Defining the bilin lyase domain: lessons from the extended phytochromesuperfamily. Biochemistry 39:13487-95 [PMID:11063585]

slr0847 syn:slr0847 kdtB pantetheine-phosphate adenylyltransferase K00954   Pantothenate and CoA biosynthesis 2867372..2867851 2867372 159 2001-12-28 18:42:00 system  
slr0848 syn:slr0848   hypothetical protein         2867917..2868750 2867917 277 2001-12-28 18:42:00 system  
slr0072 syn:slr0072 gidB glucose inhibited division protein B K03501 2.1.-.-     2868767..2869561 2868767 264 2001-12-28 18:42:00 system  
slr0073 syn:slr0073 pilL-N, cheA, hik36 Hpt domain of chemotaxis protein CheA, a part of two-component hybrid histidine kinase K02487   N-terminal HPt domain of CheA-like protein, required for motility, transformation competency and the assembly of the thick pili: C-terminal HATPase domain of this CheA-like protein is separately encoded by pilL-C (slr0322) Two-component system 2869752..2870699 2869752 315 2003-07-02 21:44:07 Ikeuchi, Masahiko 1.Yoshihara S, Geng X, Ikeuchi M (2002) pilG Gene cluster and split pilL genes involved in pilus biogenesis, motility and genetic transformation in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. Plant Cell Physiol 43:513-21. [PMID:12040098]

sll0088 syn:sll0088 sufR putative transcriptional regulator K09012   Mutation or partial disruption of this gene led to accumulation of photosystem I in the combination with C14S (PsaC).sThe homolog of this gene in Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002 functions as a repressor of the sufBCDS operon in iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis.   complement(2870696..2871418) 2870696 240 2004-04-02 17:11:15 Narikawa, Rei 1.Yu J, Shen G, Wang T, Bryant DA, Golbeck JH, McIntosh L (2003) Suppressor mutations in the study of photosystem I biogenesis: sll0088 is a previously unidentified gene involved in reaction center accumulation in Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6803. J Bacteriol 185:3878-87. [PMID:12813082]
3.Wang T, Shen G, Balasubramanian R, McIntosh L, Bryant DA, Golbeck JH (2004) The sufR gene (sll0088 in Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6803) functions as a repressor of the sufBCDS operon in iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis in cyanobacteria. J Bacteriol 186:956-67. [PMID:14761990]

slr0074 syn:slr0074 ycf24 ABC transporter subunit K09014       2871674..2873116 2871674 480 2002-02-28 17:27:25 system 1.Law AE, Mullineaux CW, Hirst EM, Saldanha J, Wilson RJ (2000) Bacterial orthologues indicate the malarial plastid gene ycf24 is essential. Protist 151:317-27 [PMID:11212892]

slr0075 syn:slr0075 ycf16 probable ATP-dependent transporter subunit K09013       2873258..2874028 2873258 256 2002-02-28 17:20:07 system  
slr0076 syn:slr0076   hypothetical protein K09015       2874164..2875525 2874164 453 2001-12-28 18:42:21 system  
slr0077 syn:slr0077 sufS, nifS cysteine desulfurase K11717 essential gene; recombinant protein shows Cys desulfurase activity; crystal structure (1.8A) Selenoamino acid metabolism
Thiamine metabolism
2875593..2876855 2875593 420 2004-10-29 22:07:45 Ikeuchi, Masahiko 1.Kessler D (2004) Slr0077 of Synechocystis has cysteine desulfurase as well as cystine lyase activity. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 320:571-7. [PMID:15219867]
2.Tirupati B, Vey JL, Drennan CL, Bollinger JM Jr (2004) Kinetic and structural characterization of Slr0077/SufS, the essential cysteine desulfurase from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. Biochemistry 43:12210-9. [PMID:15379559]