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AcbaC.17868.b: polyribonucleotide nucleotidyltransferase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Acinetobacter baumannii AB5075-UW
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: AcbaC.17868.b
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
AcbaC.17868.b.B1.GE38764 full length 1 697 GE38764
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
AcbaC.17868.b.B1.PS02399 full length 1 697
AcbaC.17868.b.B1.PS38264 full length 1 697

Structures

image of structure for 6D6K
6D6K
Deposited: 4/21/2018
Determination: XRay
Diffraction Image
Clone: AcbaC.17868.b.B1.GE38764
Protein: AcbaC.17868.b.B1.PS38264

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
GenBank: AKA33212.1
PATRIC ID: fig|470.1345.peg.3453
PGAT: acinetobacter:ABUW_3518
RefSeq: WP_000061670.1
UniProt: V5VH92

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.7.7.8

Sequences

These sequences are the native gene sequence; sequences of constructs derived from these sequences may differ due to codon optimization or other protocols. To find the specific sequence of any material you may have ordered, click on the "more" button next to the name of that material.
AA Sequence
MSMFNIVRKE FQFGQHQVVL ETGRVARQAN TVLITMGGVT VLVAVVAAPT AKAGQDFFPL TVNYQEKQYA AGRIPGGYGK REGRASEAET LISRLIDRPI RPLFPEGYYN EIQVTATVVS SDKTMEADIA AMLGTSAALA IAGTPFRGPI GAARVGLING EYVLNPNFEQ MAQSDLDLVV AGTESAVLMV ESEAKELSED QMLGAVLFGH DEMQIAIQAI NEFAAAAGAK PSDWVAPAHN EELRAKLKEA FEAKISEAYT IAVKQDRYAA LDALHAEAVA QFVPEEDVDG IADEVDYLFE DLKYRTVRDN ILSGKPRIDG RDTKTVRALD VQVGVLERAH GSALFTRGET QALVTTTLGN TRDALMVDTL AGTKTDNFML HYNFPAYSVG ETGRESGPKR REIGHGRLAR RGVQAVLPAA DRFPYVIRIV SDITESNGSS SMASVCGASL SLMDAGVPLK APVAGIAMGL VKEGERFAVL SDILGDEDHL GDMDFKVAGS ANGITALQMD IKIEGITEEI MEVALNQAFA GRMHILNEMN KVISRARPEI SMHAPTFEVI TINPDKIRDV IGKGGATIRQ ITEETKAAID IEDNGTVRVF GETKAAAKAA IAKIQAITAE VEPGKIYDGK VIRIVEFGAF VNIMPGTDGL LHISQISNER IANVTDVLKE GQEVKVQVQD VDNRGRIKLT MKDIEQA

NT Sequence
ATGTCAATGT TTAACATCGT TCGTAAAGAA TTCCAATTCG GTCAGCATCA AGTCGTTTTA GAAACGGGTC GCGTTGCACG TCAAGCAAAT ACAGTTTTAA TCACAATGGG TGGTGTAACT GTATTGGTAG CAGTAGTTGC TGCTCCAACA GCAAAAGCTG GTCAGGATTT TTTCCCTTTA ACAGTTAACT ATCAAGAAAA ACAATATGCA GCAGGTCGTA TCCCTGGTGG ATATGGTAAG CGTGAAGGTC GTGCTTCAGA AGCTGAAACT TTAATTTCAC GTCTTATTGA CCGTCCAATT CGTCCATTGT TCCCAGAAGG TTACTACAAC GAAATTCAGG TAACTGCAAC TGTGGTTTCT TCTGACAAAA CGATGGAAGC TGATATTGCA GCAATGTTAG GTACTTCTGC TGCGTTGGCA ATTGCAGGTA CTCCATTCCG TGGCCCAATC GGTGCAGCAC GTGTTGGTTT AATCAACGGC GAATATGTTT TAAACCCGAA TTTTGAGCAA ATGGCTCAGT CTGACCTTGA CCTTGTGGTT GCTGGTACAG AGTCTGCTGT ATTAATGGTT GAATCTGAAG CGAAAGAACT TTCAGAAGAC CAAATGTTAG GTGCGGTTCT TTTTGGTCAT GACGAAATGC AAATTGCAAT TCAAGCGATC AATGAATTTG CAGCTGCTGC TGGTGCGAAA CCATCTGACT GGGTTGCTCC TGCACACAAC GAAGAATTAC GTGCAAAATT AAAAGAAGCA TTTGAAGCAA AAATTTCAGA AGCTTATACC ATTGCAGTAA AACAAGATCG TTATGCAGCA TTAGATGCAC TTCATGCTGA AGCTGTTGCT CAATTCGTTC CTGAAGAAGA TGTAGACGGT ATTGCTGACG AAGTAGACTA CTTATTTGAA GATCTTAAAT ACCGTACTGT ACGTGACAAC ATTTTATCTG GTAAACCACG TATTGATGGC CGTGACACCA AAACTGTTCG TGCGTTAGAC GTACAAGTGG GCGTACTTGA GCGTGCACAT GGTTCTGCAT TATTTACACG TGGTGAAACT CAGGCGTTGG TAACAACGAC TTTGGGTAAT ACTCGTGATG CATTAATGGT TGATACTCTT GCTGGTACTA AAACTGACAA CTTCATGTTG CACTACAACT TCCCTGCTTA CTCAGTAGGT GAAACAGGCC GTGAATCTGG TCCTAAGCGT CGTGAAATTG GTCATGGTCG TTTAGCGCGT CGTGGTGTTC AAGCAGTTCT TCCTGCAGCT GACCGCTTCC CGTACGTTAT TCGTATTGTA TCTGACATTA CTGAATCTAA CGGTTCATCT TCAATGGCTT CTGTGTGTGG TGCGTCATTA TCACTTATGG ATGCAGGTGT TCCACTTAAA GCACCAGTTG CTGGTATCGC AATGGGCTTA GTGAAGGAAG GCGAGCGTTT CGCAGTACTT TCTGACATTT TAGGTGACGA AGACCACCTT GGTGACATGG ACTTTAAAGT AGCAGGTTCT GCAAACGGTA TTACTGCACT TCAAATGGAC ATCAAGATTG AAGGTATTAC TGAAGAAATT ATGGAAGTTG CATTAAACCA AGCATTTGCT GGCCGTATGC ATATCCTTAA TGAAATGAAC AAAGTAATTT CACGTGCTCG TCCTGAAATT TCAATGCACG CTCCAACATT CGAAGTGATT ACAATTAATC CGGATAAAAT CCGTGATGTT ATTGGTAAAG GTGGTGCAAC AATCCGTCAA ATCACTGAAG AAACTAAAGC TGCTATCGAT ATTGAAGATA ACGGTACAGT TCGCGTATTT GGTGAAACTA AAGCTGCTGC TAAAGCTGCA ATTGCGAAAA TTCAAGCGAT TACTGCTGAA GTTGAACCAG GTAAGATCTA CGACGGTAAA GTAATTCGTA TTGTAGAATT CGGTGCATTT GTAAACATCA TGCCGGGTAC TGATGGTCTT CTTCATATTT CGCAAATCTC TAATGAGCGT ATTGCGAACG TAACTGATGT TCTTAAAGAA GGTCAGGAAG TAAAAGTACA GGTTCAAGAC GTTGATAACC GTGGTCGTAT CAAATTGACT ATGAAAGATA TTGAGCAAGC ATAA

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