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AnphA.01224.a: 30S ribosomal protein S4

Target Characteristics

from organism: Anaplasma phagocytophilum HZ
most recent status: selected
center reference id: AnphA.01224.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Human granulocytic anaplasmosis
NIH risk group: 1
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_131566
PATRIC ID: fig|212042.8.peg.1057
RefSeq: YP_505552.1
UniProt: Q2GJ99

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MVAVVNRKYR ASRRLGVNLW GRSKDPFNTR NYPPGQHGAM GYKKLSSFGR QFVAHQKFKC YYVVSSRQLR NVFLKAYRKK GDTGDNLVGA LESRLASVVY SAGLVPTMFS ARQLVSHKHV TVNGRVVNIP SFSVKPGDIV EVRKRASQLP MVLAAIQSQE RRVPDHLDVN TEKLSVKYLA VPKYSDVPYP ANMEVNLVVE FYSG

NT Sequence
ATGGTAGCGG TTGTTAATAG AAAATACAGG GCTAGCCGTA GGCTAGGGGT TAACTTGTGG GGTAGGTCTA AGGACCCGTT CAACACTAGG AATTACCCTC CTGGTCAGCA CGGTGCTATG GGTTACAAAA AGCTTTCAAG CTTTGGTAGG CAGTTTGTCG CCCATCAAAA GTTCAAGTGC TACTATGTTG TTTCTAGTAG ACAGCTGAGG AATGTGTTCT TAAAAGCGTA CCGTAAAAAA GGAGATACCG GTGACAATTT GGTGGGAGCT CTAGAATCTA GGCTTGCTTC TGTGGTTTAT AGTGCTGGTC TTGTCCCTAC TATGTTCTCT GCACGTCAAC TTGTTTCACA CAAGCATGTG ACTGTGAATG GTAGGGTGGT AAATATACCT AGTTTCTCTG TAAAACCCGG TGATATTGTA GAGGTTAGAA AGAGGGCATC ACAGCTTCCT ATGGTGTTGG CTGCGATACA GTCTCAAGAA AGGCGTGTTC CTGATCACTT AGATGTTAAC ACCGAGAAGC TCTCCGTGAA GTATCTTGCT GTTCCTAAGT ATTCAGATGT TCCTTACCCT GCTAACATGG AAGTGAATCT GGTTGTAGAA TTCTATTCTG GA

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