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Category: Universally conserved proteins
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Category: Universally conserved proteins

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6. Groups of genes

6.5. Universally conserved proteins

NameFunction
aptpurine salvage and interconversion
argStranslation
enoenzyme in glycolysis/ gluconeogenesis
gltXtranslation
groESprotein folding and re-folding
pgkenzyme in glycolysis/ gluconeogenesis
pheStranslation
prsphosphoribosylpyrophosphate synthesis (biosynthesis of histidine)
rplBtranslation
rplCtranslation
rplEtranslation
rplFtranslation
rplKtranslation
rplNtranslation
rplRtranslation
rpsBtranslation
rpsCtranslation
rpsDtranslation
rpsEtranslation
rpsGtranslation
rpsHtranslation
rpsJtranslation
rpsMtranslation
rpsQtranslation
rpsStranslation
secYprotein secretion
truAtRNA modification
tsaDtRNA modification

description

  • These proteins are present in all genomes sequenced so far, from archaea and bacteria to man. So, one can say, that there is no life on earth without this small set of proteins. The genes encoding these proteins are usually essential.
  • note

  • [gene|41872E2EF00C79918DD077F2EF78F37E24FEB110|ftsZ] has long been considered to be universally conserved. However, recently some Mycoplasma species lacking [gene|41872E2EF00C79918DD077F2EF78F37E24FEB110|ftsZ] have been found.
  • important publications

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