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BobuA.18177.a: 2-methylthio-N6-isopentyladenosine tRNA modification enzyme (miaA) (BB_0821)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Borrelia burgdorferi B31
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: BobuA.18177.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
PATRIC ID: fig|224326.49.peg.1213
RefSeq: NP_212955.1
RefSeq: WP_010889830.1
UniProt: O51761

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
cis-zeatin biosynthesis PWY-2781 2.5.1.75

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
MKEDRVVFIF GPTAVGKSNI LFHFPKNKAE IINVDSIQVY KEFNIASSKP SKNLMKHIKH HLVDFLDPEK DYTIGIFYEQ ALKIVKEIRQ KKKIPIFVGG TAFYFKHLKD GFPSTPLVTS KIRIYVNNLL ELKGKSYLLK ELKNVDPIRF NMLNKNDIYR IKRSLEVYYQ TGIPISQFQK KQSSEFKNIV IIGLKRSFED LKTRISIRIN EMLNSGLLSE IKGLFSKGYN ENTPAFKGIG YNEFLLWKSR PCYGLNDIIG LINKNSFLYA KRQMTFFAKI SDVLWLHPED DLDNILNLIF KVDKEI

NT Sequence
ttgaaggaag atagagtagt ttttattttt ggccctacag ctgtgggcaa aagcaatatt ttatttcatt ttccaaaaaa taaagcagaa attattaatg ttgactctat tcaagtttat aaagagttta atatagcttc ttcaaagcca agtaaaaatt taatgaaaca tataaagcat catttagtag attttttaga tcccgaaaag gattatacta ttggaatttt ttacgaacaa gctttaaaaa tagtaaaaga aataagacag aaaaaaaaaa ttcctatatt tgtaggaggt actgcttttt attttaagca tttaaaggat ggatttcctt caacaccctt ggttacttct aaaataagaa tttatgtaaa caatctttta gagcttaagg gtaaatctta tcttttaaaa gaattaaaaa atgtagatcc catcagattt aatatgttaa ataagaatga tatttatcgc attaaaagat cgcttgaggt ttactatcaa acaggaattc ctattagcca atttcaaaaa aaacaaagta gcgaatttaa aaatattgtg attataggcc ttaagagatc ttttgaagat ttgaaaacca gaatatcaat aagaattaat gaaatgctta atagtggact actttccgag attaaaggtt tatttagcaa gggttacaat gaaaatactc cggcttttaa aggaataggc tataatgagt ttttgttatg gaaaagtaga ccttgctatg gtttaaatga tataataggt ttaataaaca aaaattcgtt tttatatgca aaaaggcaaa tgaccttttt tgccaaaatt tctgatgttt tatggcttca tccagaggat gatttagata acattttgaa tttaattttt aaggttgata aggagattta g

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