Genome Property Definition Page

AccessionGenProp0477
Namecopper resistance system: CopZA
TypeSYSTEM
DescriptionThis genome property (under development) includes a P-type ATPase copper transporter, a copper response regulatory protein and a copper chaperone. Copper is a cofactor in some enzymes and is reportedly essential in all living organisms, but too much copper can be toxic. A copper response operon may include two copper transporters to achieve copper homeostatis and include efflux capability. Different copper transport systems rely on transporters of other types.
JCVI RoleCations and iron carrying compounds

Components
Step NameStep NumRequiredEvidence (Method)Evidence Go Terms
P-type ATPase copper transporterP_ATPYESTIGR01511 (HMM): copper-translocating P-type ATPase
P-type ATPase copper transporterP_ATPYESTIGR01511 (HMM): copper-translocating P-type ATPase
P-type ATPase copper transporterP_ATPYESTIGR01511 (HMM): copper-translocating P-type ATPase
copper chaperonechaperYESTIGR00003 (HMM-CLUST): copper ion binding protein
copper chaperonechaperYESTIGR00003 (HMM-CLUST): copper ion binding protein
copper chaperonechaperYESTIGR00003 (HMM-CLUST): copper ion binding protein
copper transport repressorregulNOTIGR02698 (HMM): copper transport repressor, CopY/TcrY family
copper transport repressorregulNOTIGR02698 (HMM): copper transport repressor, CopY/TcrY family
copper transport repressorregulNOTIGR02698 (HMM): copper transport repressor, CopY/TcrY family