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2.A.76.2.1
Potential coronamic acid exporter of 236 aas and 5 TMSs.  Coronamic acid (CMA), an ethylcyclopropyl amino acid derived from isoleucine, functions as an intermediate in the biosynthesis of coronatine, a chlorosis-inducing phytotoxin produced by Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea PG4180. The DNA required for CMA biosynthesisincludes three distinct open reading frames (ORFs) which share a common orientation for transcription.  Two ORFs in the operon include CmaT, a thioesterase and CmaU, a potential exporter (Ullrich and Bender 1994).

Accession Number:Q8GMZ9
Protein Name:CmaU
Length:236
Molecular Weight:26738.00
Species:Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola [59511]
Number of TMSs:5
Substrate Coronamic acid

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	KVVQLASMAY LFKTSHRLWR NPRNPCLSSP NVQISGMYFF RLTLINPKGL LVVSFIAPEQ 
61:	TFTDIKLYLY FVAQLSMVVI PIGCAWVLLG LTTLNINRTA SVIICCFAVA ILSQLTDSLI 
121:	KTQIGILGVR EPLIYSIFRP ATLWRPGFIW GQQLDFRINQ RLLRSREVVV WIMLASFGVS 
181:	LPLLLDKPKG GYFVAASMGR IKANRLVRGS SYSVNTLDIF RSGIFLTHDY IKSSWR