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Protein Characterization, Functional Annotation, Active Site Analysis of Novel Uncharacterized Conserved Protein of Bacteroides xylanisolvens: An In Silico Approach †
1  Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University, Gopalganj-8100, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Academic Editor: Nico Jehmlich (registering DOI)

Bacteroides xylanysolvens is a gram-negative, anaerobic rod alongside xylan-degrading bacterium identified from human feces samples. An In silico technique can help us better comprehend the uncharacterized protein of Bacteroides xylanysolvens (accession ID: CUN90054) by examining its functional annotations, identification, and structural characterization. In silico pathways are used to investigate the protein's physiochemical properties, functional annotation, structure prediction, active site analysis, and sub-cellular localization. The annotated hypothetical protein is connected to Metal-independent alpha-mannosidase (MIAM) including both bacterial and fungal glycoside hydrolases (GH125), according to the current study. This finding may be of considerable relevance to future bacterial genetics research.

Keywords: Bacteroides xylanysolvens; In silico characterization; functional annotation; active site analysis; bacterial research