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BaboA.00728.a: actin

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: BaboA.00728.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Babesiosis (atypical)
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
BaboA.00728.a.B1.GE26929 Full length( BaboA.00728.a ) 1 376 GE26929
* 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.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: PiroplasmaDB:BBOV_I000300
OrthoMCL: OG5_126595
RefSeq: XP_001608692.1
UniProt: A7AX51

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
MSDEEATALV IDNGSGNVKA GVAGDDAPRC VFPSIVGRPK NPALMVGMDE KDTYVGDEAQ AKRGILTLKY PIEHGIVTNW EDMEKIWHHT FYNELRIAPE EHPVLLTEAP MNPKANREKM TTIMFETHNV PAMYVAIQAV LSLYSSGRTT GIVLDSGDGV THTVPIYEGY ALPHAIMRID LAGRDLTEFM QKILAERGFT FTTTAEKEIV RDIKEKLCYI ALDFEEEMNS SASSSEIEKS YELPDGNIIT VGNERFRCPE VLFQPSFIGQ ESAGIHTTTF NSIARCDVDI RKDLYANVVL SGGTTMYEGI GQRMTKELNA LVPSTMKIKV VAPPERKYSV WIGGSILSSL STFQQMWITK EEFDESGPNI VHRKCF

NT Sequence
ATGTCTGACG AAGAGGCTAC TGCGTTGGTC ATTGACAATG GATCCGGTAA TGTCAAGGCT GGTGTCGCTG GTGATGACGC TCCCCGTTGT GTGTTCCCCA GCATTGTAGG TCGTCCAAAG AACCCTGCCC TTATGGTTGG CATGGATGAA AAGGACACCT ACGTTGGAGA TGAAGCCCAG GCTAAGCGTG GTATCTTGAC CCTTAAGTAC CCGATTGAGC ACGGTATCGT CACCAACTGG GAAGACATGG AAAAGATATG GCATCACACC TTCTACAATG AACTCCGTAT TGCTCCTGAG GAACACCCCG TGCTCCTTAC TGAGGCTCCC ATGAACCCTA AGGCCAACCG TGAGAAGATG ACCACCATTA TGTTCGAGAC CCACAACGTC CCAGCTATGT ACGTCGCTAT CCAGGCTGTG CTTTCCCTGT ACTCATCTGG TCGTACCACT GGTATTGTGC TCGACTCTGG TGATGGTGTT ACTCACACCG TGCCCATCTA TGAGGGTTAT GCCCTTCCTC ACGCCATTAT GCGTATTGAC CTTGCTGGTC GTGACTTAAC TGAGTTCATG CAAAAAATAT TGGCCGAACG TGGCTTTACA TTTACTACTA CTGCCGAAAA GGAAATTGTG CGTGACATTA AGGAAAAGCT TTGTTACATT GCACTTGACT TCGAAGAGGA AATGAACTCT TCTGCATCAT CTAGTGAAAT CGAGAAATCT TACGAATTGC CTGATGGAAA CATCATTACC GTTGGAAACG AGCGTTTCAG GTGCCCTGAG GTGCTCTTCC AGCCTAGCTT CATCGGTCAG GAATCTGCCG GTATCCACAC CACCACCTTC AACTCCATTG CTCGTTGTGA TGTCGACATT CGCAAGGACC TTTACGCAAA CGTCGTTCTT TCTGGAGGTA CAACTATGTA CGAGGGTATA GGACAGCGTA TGACGAAAGA ACTCAACGCA CTTGTGCCCA GCACCATGAA GATCAAGGTC GTTGCACCAC CCGAGCGCAA ATACTCTGTA TGGATTGGTG GTTCTATTCT TTCTTCACTT TCTACCTTCC AGCAAATGTG GATCACCAAG GAAGAGTTCG ATGAGTCTGG ACCCAACATC GTCCACAGGA AGTGCTTC

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