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Acetate/butyrate--CoA ligase

Peroxisomal acetate/butyrate--CoA ligase that is probably involved in the activation of exogenous acetate for entry into the glyoxylate cycle. May play a role to prevent carbon loss from peroxisomes during lipid mobilization. In vitro, is active with both acetate and butyrate.

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Acetate/butyrate--CoA ligase AAE7, peroxisomal

Also known as Acetate/butyrate--CoA ligase AAE7, peroxisomal (AMP-binding protein 7) (AtAMPBP7) (Acetyl-CoA synthetase) (Acyl-activating enzyme 7) (Butyryl-CoA synthetase) (Protein ACETATE NON-UTILIZING 1).
Encodes a peroxisomal protein with acetyl-CoA synthetase activity that is responsible for the activation of acetate for entry into the glyoxylate cycle.

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