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BaboA.01515.a: AGC kinase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: BaboA.01515.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Babesiosis (atypical)
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: PiroplasmaDB:BBOV_III005740
OrthoMCL: OG5_126748
RefSeq: XP_001611705.1
UniProt: A7ANK3

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.7.11.11

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
MMYEKDDGVG CASGLIAMLK RFFLRYAKAN DSGNLRTKNP PAKLRKEDFE FVRTLGTGGF GRVILAIPKG IDGITEPCAI KRLKKHSLIV QKQVDHVVSE KKLLSSVNHP FIVNMLGTFK DPHYLYIVME CVFGGDFFGY LRSVDKLESE SAMFYAAQIT CIFDYMHSHN IIYRDLKPEN LLVGSDGYLK LTDFGFAKVV ELRTYTLCGT PEYLAPEILL NKGHGKAVDW WTLGILIYEM LVGYPPFYNE DPMGIYKKIL DCRLVFPRNY DPDAKALTKQ LLTFDPSKRI GNLHKGAKDI IASQWFAKMD FDKLLQKKLT PPYVPELKGK NDTTKFGTYP DSVEVPRAVE GKADPFDNW

NT Sequence
atgatgtatg agaaagatga tggcgtggga tgtgcctccg gcttaatagc catgcttaag aggttttttc tccgctatgc caaggctaac gacagtggta atttaaggac aaagaatccc cctgccaagc taaggaagga ggactttgaa ttcgttcgca cacttggtac tggtggtttt ggccgtgtta ttttggcaat tcctaaaggt attgacggaa tcaccgagcc ttgtgctatt aagcgcctta agaagcattc tctgattgtt cagaagcagg ttgaccacgt ggtatctgaa aagaagcttc tttccagcgt taaccatcct ttcattgtga acatgcttgg tacttttaag gatcctcatt atctttacat cgttatggaa tgtgtttttg gaggtgattt ctttggttat ttgcgtagtg ttgacaagtt ggagagtgaa tctgctatgt tttatgctgc tcagattact tgcatttttg actatatgca ttcacacaac atcatttacc gtgatttgaa gcccgaaaat ctgcttgttg gtagtgatgg atacttgaag ttgactgatt tcggttttgc taaggttgtg gagctccgta catacacgct ttgtggaacg cctgagtacc tggcccctga aattctgcta aataaaggac acggcaaagc tgtggactgg tggacactgg gcattttaat atatgaaatg cttgttggtt acccaccatt ctataacgag gaccctatgg gcatatacaa gaagattttg gattgtcgtt tggtatttcc ccgtaactat gaccctgacg caaaagcgct taccaagcaa cttctcactt ttgatccttc taagcgcatt ggtaacttgc acaaaggggc taaggatatc attgctagtc aatggtttgc gaagatggac ttcgacaaac tgttgcaaaa gaagttaact ccaccttatg ttcctgagtt gaaaggtaaa aatgacacca cgaaatttgg tacatatccc gactcagttg aggtaccgcg tgcggttgaa ggcaaagcag atccttttga caactggtga

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