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BaboA.00832.a: antioxidant, AhpC/TSA family

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: BaboA.00832.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Babesiosis (atypical)
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: PiroplasmaDB:BBOV_I004500
OrthoMCL: OG5_126593
RefSeq: XP_001609099.1
UniProt: A7AWV3

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
MMNGVLRLPT ASAYRAMRML SNKTTGWLNN DSVRCFRPVY NQFVVRAFGT QAGSCHTNIG DLVGREFPDF KTSAVINGNI TEFDASAYFR DSYALLVFYP LDFTFVCPSE LLGFSARLPE FEQRGIKVVG ISIDSVFSHL AWLQMDLKKG GVQGLKIPLV SDISRSISKS FGLLRSDGFA QRASVLIDKT GKVRHTAVFD LGIGRSVDET LRVFDAIKFN DESGQVCPVN WQKGGAGMSQ TSSSTGDYLF KTFS

NT Sequence
ATGATGAACG GTGTGTTGCG TCTACCTACT GCTTCAGCCT ACAGGGCCAT GCGAATGCTA TCTAACAAAA CTACCGGATG GCTCAATAAC GACAGTGTGC GTTGCTTTAG GCCTGTGTAC AACCAGTTCG TTGTACGGGC ATTCGGTACA CAGGCCGGTA GCTGCCATAC TAATATAGGA GATCTTGTTG GACGCGAGTT CCCTGATTTC AAAACATCTG CTGTGATCAA CGGAAACATA ACCGAATTTG ACGCTTCTGC ATATTTTCGT GATTCGTATG CGTTGCTTGT ATTCTATCCG TTGGACTTCA CTTTTGTTTG CCCTTCTGAG CTTTTGGGAT TTTCCGCTAG ACTTCCTGAA TTTGAGCAGC GTGGTATCAA GGTAGTTGGC ATATCTATAG ACTCAGTATT TTCTCATCTT GCTTGGCTTC AGATGGATTT GAAGAAGGGT GGTGTGCAGG GACTAAAGAT TCCATTAGTG TCTGATATAT CACGTTCAAT AAGCAAGAGT TTTGGCCTTC TTCGTAGCGA CGGTTTTGCA CAACGTGCTT CTGTACTTAT TGACAAGACC GGTAAGGTGC GTCATACGGC TGTTTTTGAC TTGGGTATTG GTCGATCCGT TGACGAGACC CTTCGTGTGT TTGACGCTAT TAAATTTAAC GACGAATCTG GGCAGGTATG CCCAGTAAAC TGGCAGAAGG GCGGTGCTGG TATGTCTCAG ACATCTTCTT CTACAGGTGA TTACCTTTTC AAGACCTTTT CT

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