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ACT domain-containing protein

May bind amino acids.

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ACT domain-containing protein ACR10

Also known as ACT domain-containing protein ACR10 (Protein ACT DOMAIN REPEATS 10).
Encodes a ACT domain-containing protein. The ACT domain, named after bacterial aspartate kinase, chorismate mutase and TyrA (prephenate dehydrogenase), is a regulatory domain that serves as an amino acid-binding site in feedback-regulated amino acid metabolic enzymes.

ACT domain-containing protein ACR11

Also known as ACT domain-containing protein ACR11 (Protein ACT DOMAIN REPEATS 11).
Encodes a ACT domain-containing protein. The ACT domain, named after bacterial aspartate kinase, chorismate mutase and TyrA (prephenate dehydrogenase), is a regulatory domain that serves as an amino acid-binding site in feedback-regulated amino acid metabolic enzymes.

ACT domain-containing protein ACR12

Also known as ACT domain-containing protein ACR12 (Protein ACT DOMAIN REPEATS 12).
Encodes a ACT domain-containing protein. The ACT domain, named after bacterial aspartate kinase, chorismate mutase and TyrA (prephenate dehydrogenase), is a regulatory domain that serves as an amino acid-binding site in feedback-regulated amino acid metabolic enzymes.

ACT domain-containing protein ACR5

Also known as ACT domain-containing protein ACR5 (Protein ACT DOMAIN REPEATS 5).
Member of a small family of ACT domain containing proteins. ACT domains are thought to be involved in amino acid binding.

ACT domain-containing protein ACR9

Also known as ACT domain-containing protein ACR9 (Protein ACT DOMAIN REPEATS 9).
Encodes a ACT domain-containing protein. The ACT domain, named after bacterial aspartate kinase, chorismate mutase and TyrA (prephenate dehydrogenase), is a regulatory domain that serves as an amino acid-binding site in feedback-regulated amino acid metabolic enzymes.
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