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BaboA.18354.a: 5'-3' exonuclease, N-terminal resolvase-like domain, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Babesia bovis T2Bo
most recent status: selected
center reference id: BaboA.18354.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_II005850
OrthoMCL: OG5_132022
RefSeq: XP_001610103.1
UniProt: A7AUC4

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MEAHLVIIIA KIQHKSAFLK YVGTEIGAIV GFMNSLGRIY KSFGPKYIGI AFDSPGSNST KREVWPEYKA NRQTIQTSFK KQLMWIKEFC AIIGIPVFLK RATEADDIIA SMIGFLSGGN TINERAATGE EEVQRLKQVD YRVPDSTSGG VFDRVLRSTG RELEPLDLCD SGDINHRKFD VHVLTADKDL LQVLEYNDDA NISVRIIQPH KKFRTVDEDT VIDEYGIPPS RFSEYLALVG DSADNIPGVM GIGPKTAPVL ISKYNSFKQI IESDEIAKIA KRSEKHNVSV QRAYDFHLIT KLRADVPVLS SLSQLCKKRT LESQFVAFCR MFSLQKCSLR WHDVTH

NT Sequence
atggaggctc atttggttat tatcatcgca aaaatacagc acaagagtgc cttcctaaag tatgtaggca cggagatagg tgcaatagtt ggttttatga actcccttgg gcgtatatat aagtcatttg ggcccaaata tattggcatt gcatttgatt ctccaggttc aaacagcaca aaacgtgaag tgtggcctga atataaagcg aatcgtcaaa ctatacagac ttcttttaag aagcagttaa tgtggataaa agaattttgt gctattattg gtattccggt gttcttgaag cgcgccactg aggctgacga tatcattgca agtatgatag gtttcctgag tggtggtaat actataaatg agcgagcagc aactggagag gaagaggtgc agcgccttaa gcaagtcgat tatcgtgtgc ccgattctac ttcaggtggt gtttttgatc gtgtattacg ttccaccggt agagagttag agcccttaga tttatgtgac agtggtgaca ttaaccatcg taaatttgat gtacatgttc taactgctga caaggacctg ttgcaggttc ttgaatacaa cgatgacgca aatataagtg ttcgtataat tcaaccgcac aaaaagtttc gtacggtcga tgaggatacg gtcatagacg agtatggaat tccccctagt cgttttagcg aatatctagc gttggttggt gactctgctg acaacattcc tggagtaatg ggcatcggtc ccaaaactgc acctgttctt atatcgaagt ataattcatt caagcaaatt attgaatctg acgaaatcgc taaaattgcg aagcgcagtg agaagcacaa cgtcagtgta cagcgtgcat atgacttcca tttgattacc aaattacgcg ctgatgttcc agttttatca tcgttgagtc agttatgcaa gaagcgtact ttggagagcc agtttgtggc attctgtcgt atgttttcat tgcagaaatg ctctttacgt tggcatgatg tgactcatta a

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