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xylG  -  xylG

Pseudomonas putida

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Disease relevance of xylG

  • (Numbers in brackets indicate a gap of two or three residues at this point in the sequence.) The suggested common ancestry is also supported by sequence obtained from genes flanking mndD, which share significant sequence identity with xylJ and xylG from Pseudomonas putida [1].

High impact information on xylG

  • The xylG gene, which specifies 2-hydroxymuconic semialdehyde dehydrogenase (HMSD), was found to encode a protein of 51.7 kDa [2].
  • A protein exhibiting benzaldehyde dehydrogenase activity had been purified from cells of P. putida (pWW0) (J. P. Shaw and S. Harayama, Eur. J. Biochem. 191:705-714, 1990); however, the amino-terminal sequence of this protein does not correspond to that predicted from the xylC sequence but does correspond to that predicted from the xylG sequence [3].


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