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ID: 2558762

PHA3132   thymidine kinase

thymidine kinase; the Herpesviridae are non-segmented dsDNA viruses with genomes ranging from 120-230kbp; although herpes viruses vary greatly in sequence identity and homology, they all share four common elements: an envelope, a tegument which is composed of viral enzymes, a capsid of 162 capsomers, and a core composed of genomic DNA; thymidine kinase utilizes ATP to phosphorylate deoxythymidine (dT) in the formation pathway of deoxythymidine triphosphate for viral DNA synthesis; thymidine kinase is the target of ganciclovir


Conserved in:Gammaherpesvirinae
Total organisms:13
InterPro:IPR001889; IPR013672

Protein Table

OrganismProtein nameAccessionLength (aa) BLAST

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