Distribution of genes encoding the microbial non-oxidative reversible hydroxyarylic acid decarboxylases/phenol carboxylases.

@article{Lupa2005DistributionOG,
  title={Distribution of genes encoding the microbial non-oxidative reversible hydroxyarylic acid decarboxylases/phenol carboxylases.},
  author={Boguslaw Lupa and D. Lyon and Moreland D. Gibbs and Rosalind A. Reeves and Juergen Wiegel},
  journal={Genomics},
  year={2005},
  volume={86 3},
  pages={342-51}
}
Bacterial non-oxidative, reversible multi subunit hydroxyarylic acid decarboxylases/phenol carboxylases are encoded by the three clustered genes, B, C, and D, of approximately 0.6, 1.4, and 0.2 kb, respectively. There are more than 160 homologues in the database with significant similarity to gene B (homology to ubiX) and C (ubiD) distributed in all three microbial domains, however, homologues to gene D, are not numerous ( approximately 15). The occurrence of the entire BCD gene cluster… CONTINUE READING

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