AcbaC.18995.a: oligoribonuclease Orn
|from organism:||Acinetobacter baumannii AB5075-UW|
|most recent status:||in PDB|
|center reference id:||AcbaC.18995.a|
|is community request:||True|
|NIH risk group:||2|
|is select agent:||False|
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Citations by Others
|Structural basis of small RNA hydrolysis by oligoribonuclease (Cps ORN) from Colwellia psychrerythraea strain 34H|
|CW Lee, SH Park, CS Jeong, SS Cha, H Park- Scientific reports, 2019 - nature.com|
|cited by:||3 others|
|Characterization of an intertidal zone metagenome oligoribonuclease and the role of the intermolecular disulfide bond for homodimer formation and nuclease activity|
|Y Piotrowski, K Berg, DP Klebl, I Leiros- FEBS open, 2019 - Wiley Online Library|
|Structural and dynamic studies provide insights into specificity and allosteric regulation of ribonuclease as, a key enzyme in mycobacterial virulence|
|L Calvanese, F Squeglia, M Romano- Structure and, 2019 - Taylor & Francis|
|Structural insights into nanoRNA degradation by human Rexo2|
|LY Chu, S Agrawal, YP Chen, WZS Yang, HS Yuan- RNA, 2019 - rnajournal.cshlp.org|
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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
MSSTLNTRLI WIDLEMTGLD TDNDQIIEIA TIITDDHLNV LAEGPVLAIH QPDRILNAMD EWNTRQHGQS GLIERVRRSK LTARDAELQT LEFLKKWVNP KVSPMCGNSI CQDRRFLHRL MPELEQYFHY RNLDVSTVKE LSKRWRPEIM SGLKKNASHL AMDDIRDSIS ELKYYREYFF IMNTDGKD
ATGAGCAGTA CTTTAAATAC ACGATTAATT TGGATTGATC TGGAAATGAC AGGTTTAGAT ACCGACAACG ACCAGATTAT TGAAATTGCA ACAATTATTA CAGATGATCA TTTAAATGTA CTTGCCGAAG GTCCGGTTTT GGCTATTCAT CAACCTGATC GTATTTTAAA TGCAATGGAT GAGTGGAATA CGCGTCAGCA CGGCCAGTCA GGTTTAATTG AACGAGTTCG TCGTAGTAAA TTGACCGCTC GTGATGCTGA GTTACAGACT TTAGAATTTC TAAAAAAATG GGTAAATCCA AAAGTTTCAC CAATGTGTGG TAACTCGATT TGTCAGGATC GCCGTTTCTT ACATCGTCTT ATGCCTGAAC TAGAACAGTA TTTCCACTAC CGTAATCTTG ACGTATCTAC AGTAAAAGAA CTCTCAAAAC GCTGGCGTCC TGAAATTATG AGTGGTCTGA AAAAAAATGC ATCACATTTG GCGATGGATG ACATTCGTGA TTCTATTTCT GAGCTTAAGT ATTACCGCGA ATACTTCTTC ATTATGAATA CTGACGGTAA AGATTGA