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3.A.1.25.1
The biotin uptake porter (binding receptor lacking) (see also the VUT or ECF family; BioY; 2.A.88.1.1) (Rodionov et al., 2006; Hebbeln et al., 2007). BioN (the EcfT component of the biotin transporter) appears to be required for intramolecular signaling and subunit assembly (Neubauer et al., 2009). The Ala-Arg-Ser and Ala-Arg-Gly signatures in BioN are coupling sites to the BioM ATPases (Neubauer et al., 2011).  Subunit stoicheometries have been estimated with the prediction that there are oligomeric forms of BioM and BioY in the BioMNY complex (Finkenwirth et al. 2010).

Accession Number:Q6GUB2
Protein Name:ATP-binding protein BioM
Length:226
Molecular Weight:24188.00
Species:Rhizobium etli [29449]
Substrate Biotin

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Pfam: PF00005   

Gene Ontology

GO:0005524 F:ATP binding
GO:0016887 F:ATPase activity

References (1)

[1] “The Rhizobium etli bioMNY operon is involved in biotin transport.”  Guillen-Navarro K.et.al.   16099603

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	MNIQFESAGV SFGARVALEP LTLAITGKRI GVIGLNGSGK TTFARLVNGL TKPTTGRVIV 
61:	NGPSIRPTRR RLSPHVGLHL SSREQNQIIL PIVKYDIAFG LKRRGLSKAE IEARVEGVLA 
121:	RFGAEALADR RAHEASGGEL QVAALCSVLA TGPGILILDE PTNQLDLKNR ALVERIIAGL 
181:	PESAIVITHD LELIAGFERV LVFHEGRLAA DEPAAEAIAR YREIAA