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Chlamydia trachomatis Search Results

Record: 1 of 1  
MiniMap IGR643 IGR646 IGR648 IGR653 IGR649 IGR652 IGR645 IGR650 IGR642 IGR644 IGR651 IGR647 rl34, - CT785 CT789 rnpA, - CT784 CT788 cysS, - CT782 uvrC, - CT791 mutS, - CT792 rl36, - CT786 rs14, - CT787 CT780 CT790 CT783 lysS, - CT781 rl34, - CT785 CT789 rnpA, - CT784 CT788 cysS, - CT782 uvrC, - CT791 mutS, - CT792 rl36, - CT786 rs14, - CT787 CT780 CT790 CT783 lysS, - CT781 rnpA, - CT784 CT788 cysS, - CT782 uvrC, - CT791 mutS, - CT792 rl34, - CT785 CT789 rs14, - CT787 CT780 CT790 CT783 lysS, - CT781 rl36, - CT786
* Calculated from Protein Sequence

Gene ID: CT784

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Gene Name:

ribonuclease P protein component

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Functional Class:
translation; tRNA modification  

Pathway: pathway table

RNAse P cleaves the 5' ends of tRNAs thereby leading to tRNA maturation.
It consists of an RNA component (with catalytic site ) and a protein component.
The RNA coding region needs to be identified.

From Prosite PDOC00558:

Ribonuclease P (EC (RNase P) is a site specific endonuclease that generates mature tRNAs by cleaving-off the leader sequences at their 5'ends. In bacteria RNase P is known to be composed of two components: a large (about 400 base pairs) RNA (gene rnpB) and a small protein (119 to 133 amino acids) (gene rnpA). The RNA moiety of RNase P carries the catalytic activity; the function of the protein component is not yet clear although it may act as an electrostatic screen allowing the highly negatively charged RNA enzyme-substrate complex to fold into the catalytic conformation.

Blast Summary:  PSI-Blast Search
Hits in gapped BLAST to RNPA sequences, e.g. residues 1-104 are 36% similar to RNPA_ECOLI.
CT784 is weakly similar to a predicted ribonuclease P sequence from B.burgdorferi (AE001149):
residues 8-74 are 27% similar to this protein. Psi-BLAST favors alignment to
more distant RNAse P sequences. No similarities to T.pallidum. MG465 is the predicted
RNAse P protein that is weakly similar to CT784.

CT784 is orthologously related to CPn0934: residues 4-122 of CT784
are 57% similar to residues 4-123 of CPn0934, ribonuclease P protein
component from C. pneumoniae.

COGS Summary:  COGS Search
BeTs to 10 clades of COG0594
COG name: RNase P protein component
Functional Class:  L
The phylogenetic pattern of COG0594 is ------vcebrhujgpo-inx
Number of proteins in this genome belonging to this COG is 1

Blocks Summary:  Blocks Search
Residues 6-27, 51-88, 53-74 are matched to blocks BL00648A,B, concerned with
ribonuclease P sequences, e.g. RNPA_STRBI, RNPA_BACSU.

ProDom Summary:  Protein Domain Search
Residues 12-70 are 35% similar to an RNAse P domain as observed in RNPA_BACSU.

Paralogs:  Local Blast Search
No evidence of paralogs in C.trachomatis.

Pfam Summary:  Pfam Search
Residues 6 to 112 (E-value = 1.9e-13) place CT784 in the Ribonuclease_P family which is described as Ribonuclease P (PF00825)

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Gene Nucleotide Sequence:  Sequence Viewer

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