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  • Rv3497c - MCE-family protein mce4C


    Protein Domains

    Gene Information
    LocusRv3497c
    Symbolmce4C
    Gene NameMCE-family protein mce4C
    Location3915883 - 3916956 (-)
    SpeciesMycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv complete genome.
    LengthGene:1074 bp
    Protein:358 aa
    External LinksTuberculist
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    Orthologs
    Orthogroup Number22616
    Related GenesMAP0566 MAV_0659 Mkms_4703 Mmcs_4615 MSMEG_5898 MT3601 MUL_4060 Mvan_5200 nfa5390
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    Sequence
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    FieldValueStatusCreatorDate
    InteractionRegulatory Rv3574activepriyadarshinipriyanka20012012-10-05
    Co-expression (Functional linkage)
    SL. Kendall,P. Burgess,R. Balhana,M. Withers,A. Ten Bokum,JS. Lott,C. Gao,I. Uhia Castro,NG. Stoker Cholesterol utilisation in mycobacteria is controlled by two TetR-type transcriptional regulators; kstR and kstR2. Microbiology (Reading, England) 2010
    InteractionRegulatory Rv3574activepriyadarshinipriyanka20012012-10-05
    Co-expression (Functional linkage)
    SL. Kendall, M. Withers et al. A highly conserved transcriptional repressor controls a large regulon involved in lipid degradation in Mycobacterium smegmatis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Mol. Microbiol. 2007
    InteractionRegulatory Rv3574activeakankshajain.212012-10-05
    Co-expression (Functional linkage)
    authors,R. Van der Geize,K. Yam,T. Heuser,MH. Wilbrink,H. Hara,MC. Anderton,E. Sim,L. Dijkhuizen,JE. Davies,WW. Mohn,LD. Eltis A gene cluster encoding cholesterol catabolism in a soil actinomycete provides insight into Mycobacterium tuberculosis survival in macrophages. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2007
    InteractionRegulatory Rv3574activeakankshajain.212012-10-05
    Co-expression (Functional linkage)
    SL. Kendall, M. Withers et al. A highly conserved transcriptional repressor controls a large regulon involved in lipid degradation in Mycobacterium smegmatis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Mol. Microbiol. 2007
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv3574activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    M.smegmatis orthology based inference. Orthologous pair regulator-target found in M.smegmatis.
    SL. Kendall, M. Withers et al. A highly conserved transcriptional repressor controls a large regulon involved in lipid degradation in Mycobacterium smegmatis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Mol. Microbiol. 2007
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv3574activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    Literature previously reported link (from Balazsi et al. 2008). Traceable author statement to experimental support.
    G. Bal√°zsi, AP. Heath et al. The temporal response of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene regulatory network during growth arrest. Mol. Syst. Biol. 2008