Mitochondrial fatty acid synthesis pathway (Homo sapiens)

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7MECRHMalonyl-CoA3-Ketoacyl-ACPHSD17B12Malonyl-ACPHTD2 ACACAMCATKASOctanoyl-ACPAcetyl-CoAATPCO2ATPCO23-Hydroxyacyl-ACPtrans-2-Enoyl-ACPAcyl-ACPMedium/Long-chain fatty acidsAcetyl/Acyl-ACPNADPNADPHwaterHNADPNADPH


Description

Schematic presentation of the sequence of events. The indicated abbreviations follow the nomenclature used for the human enzymes and proteins. ACC, acetyl-CoA carboxylase; MCT, malonyl-CoA transferase; ACP, acyl-carrier protein; KAS, ketoacyl synthase; KAR, ketoacyl reductase; HTD2, hydroxyacyl-thioester reductase type 2; ETR, enoyl-thioester reductase. [J. Kastaniotis et al 2010]

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History

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114309view12:31, 6 January 2021DeSlUpdated last publication to UTF-8
114308view12:30, 6 January 2021DeSlAnnotated trans-2-enoyl-ACP
114307view12:28, 6 January 2021DeSlAnnotated last possible IDs
114306view12:26, 6 January 2021DeSlAdded more IDs
114305view12:25, 6 January 2021DeSlUpdate layout, start annotating missing IDs
114304view12:19, 6 January 2021DeSlUpdate lit. ref for utf-8 encoding
114303view12:18, 6 January 2021DeSlConnected unconnected lines
106799view13:27, 17 September 2019MaintBotHMDB identifier normalization
97929view09:03, 25 June 2018MadeomugaModified description
97928view09:03, 25 June 2018MadeomugaAdd description
97924view08:47, 25 June 2018MadeomugaNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
3-Hydroxyacyl-ACP MetaboliteCHEBI:57318 (ChEBI)
3-Ketoacyl-ACPMetaboliteCHEBI:57347 (ChEBI)
ACACAGeneProductENSG00000278540 (Ensembl)
ATPMetaboliteHMDB0000538 (HMDB) The ChEBI ID with the correct charge is: 30616
Acetyl-CoAMetaboliteHMDB0001206 (HMDB) The ChEBI ID with the correct charge is: 57288
Acetyl/Acyl-ACP MetaboliteQ59811305 (Wikidata)
Acyl-ACP Metabolite
CO2MetaboliteHMDB0001967 (HMDB)
H MetaboliteCHEBI:15378 (ChEBI)
HSD17B12GeneProductENSG00000149084 (Ensembl)
HTD2 GeneProductENSG00000255154 (Ensembl)
KASGeneProductENSG00000151093 (Ensembl)
MCATGeneProductENSG00000100294 (Ensembl)
MECRGeneProductENSG00000116353 (Ensembl)
Malonyl-ACP MetaboliteC01209 (KEGG Compound)
Malonyl-CoAMetaboliteHMDB0001175 (HMDB)
Medium/Long-chain fatty acids Metabolite
NADPHMetaboliteHMDB0000221 (HMDB) The ChEBI ID with the correct charge is: 57783
NADPMetaboliteHMDB0000217 (HMDB)
Octanoyl-ACP MetaboliteCHEBI:7725 (ChEBI)
trans-2-Enoyl-ACP MetaboliteC05748 (KEGG Compound)
waterMetaboliteHMDB0002111 (HMDB)

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