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BKMS-react is an integrated and non-redundant biochemical reaction database containing known enzyme-catalyzed and spontaneous reactions. Biochemical reactions collected from BRENDA, KEGG, MetaCyc and SABIO-RK were matched and integrated by aligning substrates and products.
 

:= BRENDA, := KEGG, := MetaCyc, := SABIO-RK
:= amino acid sequences := show the reaction diagram
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EC Number
Reaction
Pathways
Reaction IDs
Stoichiometry Check  
Commentary
maltose epimerase
alpha-D-glucose = beta-D-glucose
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: Based on analysis of a hexokinase from spinach localized on the outer envelope membrane of the chloroplast, it is hypothesized that the Glucose transported out of the chloroplast through this transport reaction is immediately phosphorylated to produce glucose-6-phosphate. This compound cannot passively diffuse or be re-imported back into the chloroplasts, thus a concentration gradient can be established to promote the transport of Glucose out of the stroma and into the cytoplasm [10561488].
Aldose 1-epimerase
alpha-D-glucose = beta-D-glucose
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: Based on analysis of a hexokinase from spinach localized on the outer envelope membrane of the chloroplast, it is hypothesized that the Glucose transported out of the chloroplast through this transport reaction is immediately phosphorylated to produce glucose-6-phosphate. This compound cannot passively diffuse or be re-imported back into the chloroplasts, thus a concentration gradient can be established to promote the transport of Glucose out of the stroma and into the cytoplasm [10561488].
alpha-D-glucose = beta-D-glucose
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: Based on analysis of a hexokinase from spinach localized on the outer envelope membrane of the chloroplast, it is hypothesized that the Glucose transported out of the chloroplast through this transport reaction is immediately phosphorylated to produce glucose-6-phosphate. This compound cannot passively diffuse or be re-imported back into the chloroplasts, thus a concentration gradient can be established to promote the transport of Glucose out of the stroma and into the cytoplasm [10561488].