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APS1  -  ATP sulfurylase 1

Arabidopsis thaliana

 
 
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High impact information on APS1

  • The predicted amino acid sequence of APS1 is similar to ATP sulfurylase of S. cerevisiae, with which it is 25% identical [1].
  • APS1 is a 1748-bp cDNA with an open reading frame predicted to encode a 463-amino acid, 51,372-D protein [1].
  • Combined analysis of an APS4 cDNA and genomic clone revealed that the deduced protein is 469 amino acids and is most homologous to the A. thaliana APS1 subclass [2].
  • The nucleotide sequence of APS1 was reported previously (1) [3].
  • The translation products of both clones are highly homologous to APS1 (66 and 86% identity, respectively) over their entire lengths, including amino terminal sequences resembling transit peptides for plastid localization [3].

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