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BobuA.00280.a: 50S ribosomal protein L22 (BB_0483)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Borrelia burgdorferi B31
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: BobuA.00280.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Lyme disease
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_128312
PATRIC ID: fig|224326.49.peg.874
RefSeq: NP_212617.1
UniProt: P94272

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
MLVNRRYTAK GKNLPSSPKK VRPIADNIRG ESYIKAIAVL CSMPNKGAKL LEKVVKSAAS NAMYHNKNLS EDMIFVKTVM VDDGRRRKKI WPRARGRADR LVNRNCHIFV EVDEKKDIKG

NT Sequence
ATGTTGGTAA ATAGAAGATA TACGGCAAAG GGCAAAAATT TACCCTCTTC TCCAAAAAAA GTTAGGCCAA TAGCTGACAA TATCCGGGGA GAGTCTTATA TTAAGGCTAT TGCAGTGCTT TGTTCTATGC CTAATAAAGG AGCTAAGCTT TTAGAAAAAG TTGTTAAGTC AGCAGCATCA AATGCTATGT ATCACAATAA AAATCTTTCC GAGGACATGA TATTTGTTAA AACAGTTATG GTTGATGATG GGCGTCGTCG TAAAAAGATT TGGCCTAGAG CTAGGGGTAG AGCTGATAGG CTTGTTAATA GAAATTGTCA TATTTTTGTT GAAGTTGATG AAAAAAAAGA TATTAAAGGA

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