Tautomycetin is a lipid of Polyketides (PK) class. Tautomycetin is associated with abnormalities such as Toxic nephropathy and Dehydration. The involved functions are known as Signal, Regulation, Increased Sensitivy, Increased Device Sensitivity and phosphoric monoester hydrolase activity. Tautomycetin often locates in Neurosecretory Systems, Protoplasm, Mitochondria, Transplanted tissue and Blood. The associated genes with Tautomycetin are RAF1 gene, IL2 gene, IL2RA gene, BCL2 gene and cytochrome c''. The related lipids are branched chain fatty acid and Propionate.

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