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Gene ECP_0424 from Escherichia coli 536: transferase hexapeptide
Member of NCBI Protein Clusters CLSK908050(See COMBREX Page ) (See NCBI page)
NCBI Entrez GeneID 4188794
UniProtKB accession
RefSeq Protein accession YP_668356.1 (PROVISIONAL)
Gene Symbol(s)
  • symbol: ECP_0424
  • locus tag: ECP_0424
Organism Escherichia coli 536 (NCBI TaxID: 362663)
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Source Predicted function(s)
NCBI Protein Cluster Prediction putative transferase
Functional Status blueblue (function predicted, no experimental evidence)
Source of prediction NCBI Protein Clusters info
BLASTP hits to experimentally validated proteins This gene does not have a BLAST match to any experimentally validated gene with an E value below 1e-5
GO terms
  • MF: GO:0016740 : transferase activity : IEA
Domain Structure from CDD
  • LbetaH: N/A. wcaF-like: This group is composed of the protein product of the E. coli wcaF gene and similar proteins. WcaF is par.... (More)
  • LbetaH: Left-handed parallel beta-Helix (LbetaH or LbH) domain: The alignment contains 5 turns, each containing three imperfect .... (More)

See domain structure on NCBI Conserved Domain Database