Lineage for Family c.23.16.1: Class I glutamine amidotransferases (GAT)

  1. Root: SCOP 1.67
  2. 383641Class c: Alpha and beta proteins (a/b) [51349] (130 folds)
  3. 390873Fold c.23: Flavodoxin-like [52171] (15 superfamilies)
    3 layers, a/b/a; parallel beta-sheet of 5 strand, order 21345
  4. 391660Superfamily c.23.16: Class I glutamine amidotransferase-like [52317] (5 families) (S)
    conserved positions of the oxyanion hole and catalytic nucleophile; different constituent families contain different additional structures
  5. 391661Family c.23.16.1: Class I glutamine amidotransferases (GAT) [52318] (7 proteins)
    contains a catalytic Cys-His-Glu triad

Proteins:

  1. 391662Anthranilate synthase GAT subunit, TrpG [52323] (3 species)
    1. 391663Species Archaeon Sulfolobus solfataricus [TaxId:2287] [52324] (1 PDB entry)
    2. 391665Species Salmonella typhimurium [TaxId:90371] [63969] (1 PDB entry)
    3. 391667Species Serratia marcescens [TaxId:615] [63970] (2 PDB entries)
  2. 391672Carbamoyl phosphate synthetase, small subunit C-terminal domain [52321] (1 species)
  3. 391710gamma-glutamyl hydrolase [75154] (1 species)
  4. 391716GAT subunit, HisH, (or domain) of imidazoleglycerolphosphate synthase HisF [69447] (3 species)
    1. 391717Species Baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), His7 [TaxId:4932] [69449] (4 PDB entries)
    2. 391726Species Thermotoga maritima [TaxId:243274] [69448] (3 PDB entries)
    3. 391733Species Thermus thermophilus [TaxId:274] [82350] (1 PDB entry)
  5. 391735GMP synthetase [52319] (1 species)
  6. 391741Hypothetical protein TM1158 [89599] (1 species)
  7. 391744Hypothetical protein YaaE [102250] (2 species)
    glutamine amidotransferase of SNO/PDX2 family implicated in pyridoxine biosynthesis
    1. 391745Species Bacillus stearothermophilus [TaxId:1422] [102252] (1 PDB entry)
    2. 391747Species Bacillus subtilis [TaxId:1423] [102251] (1 PDB entry)

More info for Family c.23.16.1: Class I glutamine amidotransferases (GAT)

Timeline for Family c.23.16.1: Class I glutamine amidotransferases (GAT):