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BaboA.18290.a: apicoplast ribosomal protein L15 precursor, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: BaboA.18290.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_IV010420
OrthoMCL: OG5_127198
RefSeq: XP_001610963.1
UniProt: A7AS76

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MYNGLNLLVR VQPCARLFSG NSDVAGTSSC VRTHEIVTVE DGKLRGVHYE RVYGTGNGNS TTLFTPHPFN RRFAYSKKPL FPIEPRNLRI FGLRRHKKRG RGKKSSARGY RFKRQKHRGS KPNSRTFEGG QTPLFKRLPK WPEAWLSRQR KTLDPLNLSK LRYFIERGRL DTRFPITQRH LYDSKCVKVK RGVQLFNVND YPFPYKIHIE VAGSDQSSID AIKRVGGSVT IVYYDRVNLR AHLKPYKFEV LPRTARPSID MVHYLEKMRA RGCNVVYIKP MWLIKEEQAI AAEMAELEAE TLTSSELNPD ETASEREERL IKLYRERMLR FGRPYV

NT Sequence
atgtacaatg ggcttaattt gttagttcgc gtccaaccgt gtgctcgtct tttcagtggt aactccgatg ttgctgggac ctcatcctgc gttcgtactc acgagattgt taccgtagag gacggtaaac tgcgaggtgt acactacgag cgcgtctacg gtactggaaa tggaaattcc actacgttat tcactccaca tccatttaac cgtcgttttg cttattcaaa gaaaccccta tttcccatag aaccgcggaa tttacgtatc tttggattac gtcgtcataa gaagcgtgga aggggaaaga aaagctctgc tcgtggttac aggtttaagc gtcaaaagca cagagggagt aagccgaata gtcgcacatt tgagggtgga caaacaccac tgtttaagcg tcttccaaaa tggccggaag catggctttc acgtcaaaga aagactctcg atccgcttaa tttgtcaaag ctgcgctatt ttattgagcg tggaaggctt gatacacgct ttcctataac tcagcgacat ttatacgaca gcaagtgcgt gaaggtaaaa cgtggtgtcc agttatttaa cgtaaacgat tacccatttc cctataagat acacatagag gttgccggca gtgaccagtc atctattgat gctataaagc gtgttggtgg ttccgttacc attgtttact atgaccgtgt gaatttacgt gctcacttga agccttacaa atttgaggtt cttcctcgca cggcacggcc aagtattgat atggtgcatt acttggagaa aatgcgtgct cgtggttgta acgttgttta cataaagcct atgtggctga taaaggaaga gcaagccata gccgctgaga tggctgagct tgaagcggaa actttaacta gttctgaatt aaaccctgac gaaacggcat ctgaacgtga ggagcgttta attaagcttt accgcgaaag aatgttacgg tttggtcgtc cttatgttta a

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