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Characterization of a cadmium-inducible isoform of pyruvate carboxylase from Caenorhabditis elegans.

A homologue of pyruvate carboxylase was isolated as an expressed sequence tag during the identification of cadmium-responsive genes in Caenorhabditis elegans. The C. elegans protein, designated PYC-1, is predicted to contain 1,175 amino acids with a molecular mass of 129,284. Amino acid sequence analysis indicates that PYC-1 will be translocated into mitochondria. PYC-1 has high levels of amino acid sequence identity with other pyruvate carboxylases. The highest levels of identity are in the putative transcarboxylation, biotin carboxylation and biotin carboxyl carrier domains.[1]


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