The name of this superfamily has been modified since the most recent official CATH+ release (v4_3_0). At the point of the last release, this superfamily was named:

"
B-lactam Antibiotic, Isopenicillin N Synthase; Chain
".

Functional Families

Overview of the Structural Clusters (SC) and Functional Families within this CATH Superfamily. Clusters with a representative structure are represented by a filled circle.
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FunFam 163: Isopenicillin N synthase

Please note: GO annotations are assigned to the full protein sequence rather than individual protein domains. Since a given protein can contain multiple domains, it is possible that some of the annotations below come from additional domains that occur in the same protein, but have been classified elsewhere in CATH.

There are 2 GO terms relating to "molecular function"

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GO Term Annotations Evidence
Isopenicillin-N synthase activity GO:0016216
Catalysis of the reaction: N-
1 P05326 (/IDA)
Isopenicillin-N synthase activity GO:0016216
Catalysis of the reaction: N-
1 P05326 (/RCA)

There are 2 GO terms relating to "biological process"

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GO Term Annotations Evidence
Penicillin biosynthetic process GO:0042318
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of any antibiotic that contains the condensed beta-lactamthiazolidine ring system.
1 P05326 (/IDA)
Penicillin biosynthetic process GO:0042318
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of any antibiotic that contains the condensed beta-lactamthiazolidine ring system.
1 P05326 (/RCA)

There are 0 GO terms relating to "cellular component"

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