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AclwA.19027.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Acinetobacter lwoffii NIPH 478
most recent status: purified
center reference id: AclwA.19027.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
AclwA.19027.a.B1.PW38377 full length 1 336

Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_80932

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|1217668.3.peg.251
UniProt: N9HQY6

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
MSRDTISIHF VNAALSGVKR LGMDVDTLLS HVGIEAELLH QPKARISPEQ YTRFIKMLWM VTQDEHVGFD KQQRRLGTFA IMCQLIIHAK TLGDALELSS QFYKLFGDEW SVTLERDKHE ARLVPLIPNA MDPDHFITES MLMIWHGLAS WLIERRLPLE RVHFSYPRPA HADEYDALFF APVMQFDMPR TEITFAADYL DLPIRQNEET LEEFLKAAPA QLLVKFKNTN SLTSRIRDVL KSQIGEEMPT LNDVASMLYL SPQTLRRRLA AEGKSYQGVK DALRRDAAIH LLLNPDLTLE DVAQQVGFSE TSTFHRAFKK WTGVTPGLYR QLHGYH

NT Sequence
atgagtcgtg atacgatcag tatccacttc gtcaatgcag ccttatctgg cgttaagcgt ctgggcatgg atgtcgatac tttattgtct cacgtcggga ttgaagcaga attgctgcat cagcccaaag cgcgtatttc gcctgaacaa tatacccgct ttattaaaat gctgtggatg gtgacccagg acgagcatgt cggctttgac aaacagcaac gccggttggg tacttttgcg atcatgtgcc agctcatcat tcatgccaaa accctcggtg atgcactaga actttcttcc cagttctaca aactctttgg tgatgaatgg tcggtgaccc tggagcgtga caaacacgaa gctcgtcttg ttccactcat tccaaatgca atggatccgg atcattttat tactgaaagc atgttgatga tctggcatgg cttggcgtct tggctcattg aacgtcgcct gccactggaa cgcgtgcatt ttagctatcc acgtccagcc catgccgatg aatatgatgc cctgttcttt gcgccggtga tgcagttcga catgccacgt accgaaatta cttttgctgc ggactatctg gacctgccaa ttcgtcagaa tgaagaaacc ttagaagagt ttttgaaagc tgcgccggca caattgctag tgaaattcaa aaacaccaac tcgctgactt cacggattcg tgatgtgctg aagagccaga ttggggaaga aatgccgaca ttaaacgatg tcgcgtcgat gttatatcta tcaccacaaa ccttgcgccg ccgtctggca gccgaaggca aaagctatca aggcgtaaaa gatgccttac gccgtgatgc tgcaattcac ttattactta atccggatct aacccttgaa gatgttgcac aacaagtcgg tttcagtgaa actagtactt tccaccgcgc cttcaagaaa tggaccggtg taaccccggg tctgtatcgt caattgcatg gctatcatta a

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