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  • ? : A single character. E.g., trehalose?phosphatase covers both trehalose phosphatase and trehalose-phosphatase, of which, only the latter fits the nomenclature used in this database.
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FBA FVA Integrate expression
Enzyme Overview
Enzyme (?) Identification in Enzyme Commission (EC) numbering system. ..................................................... : 3.1.3.2
Name ..................................................... : Acid phosphatase, etc.Acid phosphomonoesterase, Phosphomonoesterase, Glycerophosphatase, Acid monophosphatase, Acid phosphohydrolase, Acid phosphomonoester hydrolase, Uteroferrin, Acid nucleoside diphosphate phosphatase, Orthophosphoric-monoester phosphohydrolase (acid optimum)
KO (?) The KEGG orthology group (KO) that is associated with this enzyme. ..................................................... : K01078E3.1.3.2; acid phosphatase [EC:3.1.3.2], K14410ACP; acid phosphatase [EC:3.1.3.2], K14394ACP1; low molecular weight phosphotyrosine protein phosphatase [EC:3.1.3.2 3.1.3.48], K14379ACP5; tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase type 5 [EC:3.1.3.2]
Genes ..................................................... : C27A2.12, F02E9.7, F26C11.1, Y94H6A.7, ZK792.1, acp-1, acp-2, acp-3, acp-7, pho-1, pho-10, pho-11, pho-12, pho-14, pho-4, pho-5, pho-6, pho-7, pho-8, pho-9
Localization ..................................................... : Cytosol, Extracellular
Other associations ..................................................... : See reaction table below.
Reactions
ID Enzyme Reactants Products Genes (?) Multiple genes are separated by OR (I) or AND (&).

I indicates that genes are redundant within the group (e.g. paralogs encoding the same enzyme).
& indicates that genes are non-redundant within the group (e.g. genes encoding different subunits of the same enzyme).

If there are multiple groups of genes, as in an enzyme complex with some enzymes associated with multiple genes, or in a case where the same enzyme is associated with different orthology groups with paralogs, each group with multiple genes is shown in parentheses.
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