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Tb927.5.4530  -  elongation of very long chain fatty acids...

Trypanosoma brucei brucei TREU927

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Biological context of Tb927.5.4530

  • Both enzymes share homology to the covalent nucleotidyl transferase superfamily and contain five key signature motifs, including the active site KXXG [7].
  • The potency of the compounds as inhibitors of cell proliferation was positively correlated with their efficacy as inhibitors of peptidyl transferase activity [8].

Anatomical context of Tb927.5.4530


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Other interactions of Tb927.5.4530

  • Inosine diphosphatase, galactosyl transferase, acid phosphatase and acid phosphodiesterase sediment predominantly as microsomal constituents equilibrating at densities between 1.13 and 1.15 g/cm3 [11].


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