holo-(acyl-carrier-protein) synthase, Structural Genomics, Infectious Deseases, Fatty acid biosynthesis, Lipid synthesis, Magnesium, Metal-binding, Transferase, Center for Structural Genomics of Infectious Diseases, CSGID, NIAID, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
The Chemical Reactions and Pathways Involving Lipids Compounds Soluble in an Organic Solvent But Not or Sparingly in an Aqueous Solvent. Includes Fatty Acids; Neutral Fats Other Fatty Acid Esters and Soaps; Long Chain (fatty) Alcohols and Waxes; Sphingoids and Other Long Chain Bases; Glycolipids Phospholipids and Sphingolipids; and Carotenes Polyprenols Sterols Terpenes and Other Isoprenoids.
The Chemical Reactions and Pathways Resulting in the Formation of a Fatty Acid Any of the Aliphatic Monocarboxylic Acids That Can Be Liberated by Hydrolysis From Naturally Occurring Fats and Oils. Fatty Acids Are Predominantly Straight Chain Acids of 4 to 24 Carbon Atoms Which May Be Saturated or Unsaturated; Branched Fatty Acids and Hydroxy Fatty Acids Also Occur and Very Long Chain Acids of Over 30 Carbons Are Found in Waxes.
Catalysis of the Reaction: Coa + Substrate Serine = Adenosine 3' 5' Bisphosphate + Substrate Serine 4' Phosphopantetheine. the Transfer of the 4' Phosphopantetheine (ppant) Co Factor From Coenzyme a to the Hydroxyl Side Chain of the Serine Residue of Acyl or Peptidyl Carrier Protein (acp or Pcp) to Convert Them From the Apo to the Holo Form.
Catalysis of the Transfer of a Group E.g. a Methyl Group Glycosyl Group Acyl Group Phosphorus Containing or Other Groups From One Compound (generally Regarded As the Donor) to Another Compound (generally Regarded As the Acceptor). Transferase Is the Systematic Name For Any Enzyme of EC Class 2.