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BaboA.01122.b: apicoplast dimethyladenosine synthase, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: selected
center reference id: BaboA.01122.b
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_II001100
OrthoMCL: OG5_126745
RefSeq: XP_001609637.1
UniProt: A7AT08

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.1.1.183

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
MASRRQKTHF RVEPYRICAV GPKSSRPAST TVPTIAIVDQ KVTSGGMTFN KKFGQHMLKN PGILDKIILA AEIRSSDTVL EIGPGTGNLT IRLVPLARKV IAIDIDNRMV GEVKKRCLSM GYSNLDVIEG DALRITYPKF DVCTANLPYQ ISSPFVFKLL SHRPLFRCAV LMFQKEFAER LLASTNEAKY GRLAINTRLF CTVTRVCKVA PGSFNPPPKV DSMIVKIVPR EQPLVIDFVE WDGMIRVCFT RKRRTLRSLF KKQAILSVLE GNYKNWCTIN GKAPEPMPFK DYCMGILEES GLSNRRSITV SIAEFLELMV KFNNAGIHFA NVARPAGATA DESALSTGDN RIPEFLFTDD HMELDD

NT Sequence
atggcttcca ggcgccaaaa gacccatttc agggtcgaac catatcgcat ttgcgctgtc ggtcccaagt catccaggcc tgcgtcgact acagtgccca ctatagccat tgtggaccaa aaggtcacct ccggtggcat gaccttcaat aagaagtttg gtcagcatat gcttaagaac cctggtatac tagacaagat tatactggcc gctgagattc gttcttctga tacagttctg gaaattggac ctggtactgg taacttgact atacggctag ttcccctggc tcgtaaagta attgccatcg atatcgataa tcgtatggtt ggggaggtga agaagcgctg cttgtcaatg ggctacagca accttgatgt aattgaagga gatgcgttgc gtataacata ccccaaattt gacgtctgta cggccaattt accgtaccaa atatcaagtc ccttcgtatt caagttgtta tcacaccgtc cgctatttag atgtgctgtc ttaatgttcc agaaagaatt tgccgaacgt ttattggcat ctaccaacga ggctaaatac ggccgcttgg ccattaacac ccgtctgttt tgtactgtaa ctcgtgtttg caaggttgct ccgggtagtt tcaacccacc tccaaaggtt gacagcatga ttgtgaagat agtgccacgt gaacagccat tggtgatcga ctttgttgag tgggatggta tgattcgtgt ctgctttacc cggaagcgtc gtacacttcg gagtctattc aagaaacagg ctattctgtc agttttagag ggtaactaca aaaattggtg cactatcaac ggcaaggcac ccgaacctat gccattcaag gactactgta tgggcatact tgaagaatcc gggttgtcta atcggcgcag cattacagtg tcaatcgctg aatttctaga gctcatggtc aagtttaaca acgcagggat acactttgcc aacgtggcgc gacctgcagg tgccaccgca gatgaaagtg ccctatcaac tggcgacaat cgcatacctg aattcctatt cacggacgac cacatggaac ttgatgactg a

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