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pham 657 AAA ATPase or Thymidylate kinase

| posted 31 Oct, 2022 03:17
In reviewing function calls, looking at gene in Pham 657. Our gene AranulaLuti_draft 48, has about ten 100% BLAST matches. For these perfact matches, there are three different function calls, AAA ATPase, thymidylate kinase and NKF.
Majority of the Blast matches are AAA ATPase, HHpred matches well with thymidylate. And to add to the confusion, one of the 100% Blast matches, Ilzat_46, function was AAA ATPase in May 2019,but was changed to NKF in Dec 2020. I'm stumped, any insight?
| posted 14 Nov, 2022 16:55
I think that this is a thymidylate kinase.
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