KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K10619
Entry
K10619                      KO                                     

Symbol
cmtAb
Name
p-cumate 2,3-dioxygenase subunit alpha [EC:1.14.12.25]
Pathway
map00622  Xylene degradation
map01100  Metabolic pathways
map01120  Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
map01220  Degradation of aromatic compounds
Module
M00539  Cumate degradation, p-cumate => 2-oxopent-4-enoate + 2-methylpropanoate
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09100 Metabolism
  09111 Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism
   00622 Xylene degradation
    K10619  cmtAb; p-cumate 2,3-dioxygenase subunit alpha
Enzymes [BR:ko01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.14  Acting on paired donors, with incorporation or reduction of molecular oxygen
   1.14.12  With NADH or NADPH as one donor, and incorporation of two atoms of oxygen into the other donor
    1.14.12.25  p-cumate 2,3-dioxygenase
     K10619  cmtAb; p-cumate 2,3-dioxygenase subunit alpha
Other DBs
RN: R05247
COG: COG4638
GO: 0018570
Genes
RBD: ALSL_1087
PAE: PA2083
PAEV: N297_2148
PAEI: N296_2148
PAU: PA14_37570
PAG: PLES_32381
PAF: PAM18_2960
PNC: NCGM2_3063
PAEB: NCGM1900_4398
PDK: PADK2_15235
PAEP: PA1S_15265
PAEM: U769_14865
PAEL: T223_16545
PAEG: AI22_18505
PAEC: M802_2145
PAEO: M801_2147
PPF: Pput_2898
PPX: T1E_4248(cbdC)
PMON: X969_10845
PMOT: X970_10500
PSES: PSCI_1388
BXE: Bxe_A3556
BXB: DR64_1255
BARH: WN72_35375
SMAZ: LH19_27420
SWI: Swit_1758
SPHD: HY78_16795
SECH: B18_22315
MMAN: MMAN_42610
MSAK: MSAS_43630
MCOO: MCOO_07720
MHAS: MHAS_04026(cbdA_2)
MANY: MANY_01940
ROP: ROP_46340(cmtA1)
RRT: 4535765_00187(cmtA1_1) 4535765_00375(cmtA1_2)
SALS: SLNWT_6907
SHUN: DWB77_04977(antA)
PSIM: KR76_24915
AMQ: AMETH_1199(benA)
PDX: Psed_4287
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Reference
PMID:8631713
  Authors
Eaton RW.
  Title
p-Cumate catabolic pathway in Pseudomonas putida Fl: cloning and characterization of DNA carrying the cmt operon.
  Journal
J Bacteriol 178:1351-62 (1996)
DOI:10.1128/JB.178.5.1351-1362.1996
  Sequence
[ppf:Pput_2898]
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