1AW8

PYRUVOYL DEPENDENT ASPARTATE DECARBOXYLASE


ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomology
B2.40.40.20 Mainly Beta Beta Barrel Barwin-like endoglucanases
D2.40.40.20 Mainly Beta Beta Barrel Barwin-like endoglucanases

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
A, CPF02261Aspartate decarboxylase (Asp_decarbox)Aspartate decarboxylaseDecarboxylation of aspartate is the major route of beta-alanine production in bacteria, and is catalysed by the enzyme aspartate decarboxylase EC:4.1.1.11 which requires a pyruvoyl group for its activity. It is synthesised initially as a proenzyme w ...Decarboxylation of aspartate is the major route of beta-alanine production in bacteria, and is catalysed by the enzyme aspartate decarboxylase EC:4.1.1.11 which requires a pyruvoyl group for its activity. It is synthesised initially as a proenzyme which is then proteolytically cleaved to an alpha (C-terminal) and beta (N-terminal) subunit and a pyruvoyl group. This family contains both chains of aspartate decarboxylase.
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B, DPF02261Aspartate decarboxylase (Asp_decarbox)Aspartate decarboxylaseDecarboxylation of aspartate is the major route of beta-alanine production in bacteria, and is catalysed by the enzyme aspartate decarboxylase EC:4.1.1.11 which requires a pyruvoyl group for its activity. It is synthesised initially as a proenzyme w ...Decarboxylation of aspartate is the major route of beta-alanine production in bacteria, and is catalysed by the enzyme aspartate decarboxylase EC:4.1.1.11 which requires a pyruvoyl group for its activity. It is synthesised initially as a proenzyme which is then proteolytically cleaved to an alpha (C-terminal) and beta (N-terminal) subunit and a pyruvoyl group. This family contains both chains of aspartate decarboxylase.
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