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BrmiA.00143.b: 2-keto-3-deoxy-L-fuconate dehydrogenase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Brucella microti CCM 4915
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: BrmiA.00143.b
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 3
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|568815.3.peg.1455
RefSeq: YP_003106210.1
UniProt: C7LFU6

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
MTIRLDGKTA LVTAAGQGIG QASALAFAEA GAKVYATDIN ADVLAKLEGI AGIVTRRLDV LDDAAVKALV AEIGQIDILF NCAGFVHNGT ILEMKDEELD FAVNLNVRSM IRTIRAVLPG MLERKDGAII NMASVASSVK GVSNRFVYGL TKAAVIGLTK AVAADYVGKG IRCNAICPGT VESPSLQDRL RAQGDYEAAR AAFIARQPIG RIGQPEEIAD LAVYLAGATY TTGQAYNIDG GWSI

NT Sequence
ATGACGATAC GACTGGATGG AAAGACCGCG CTTGTGACGG CGGCTGGGCA AGGGATTGGG CAGGCAAGTG CGCTGGCCTT TGCAGAGGCG GGCGCCAAGG TCTATGCGAC CGACATCAAT GCCGATGTGC TTGCGAAACT GGAAGGCATA GCCGGCATTG TCACGCGCAG GCTGGACGTG CTGGACGACG CTGCGGTCAA GGCGCTGGTG GCTGAAATCG GGCAGATCGA TATCCTCTTC AACTGCGCCG GTTTTGTCCA CAACGGGACC ATCCTTGAGA TGAAGGACGA GGAACTGGAT TTTGCCGTCA ACCTGAATGT CCGCTCCATG ATCCGCACCA TCCGCGCCGT GCTGCCGGGA ATGCTGGAGC GCAAGGATGG CGCCATCATC AACATGGCTT CCGTCGCATC GAGCGTCAAA GGGGTGTCGA ATCGTTTTGT CTATGGTCTG ACCAAGGCGG CGGTAATCGG GCTCACCAAG GCGGTCGCCG CCGATTATGT GGGCAAGGGC ATCCGCTGCA ACGCCATTTG TCCCGGCACG GTGGAAAGCC CATCCTTGCA GGACCGCCTG CGGGCGCAGG GCGATTATGA GGCTGCCCGC GCTGCCTTCA TCGCCCGCCA GCCCATCGGC CGCATCGGCC AGCCGGAGGA AATCGCCGAC CTCGCAGTCT ATCTGGCAGG CGCGACCTAT ACCACCGGGC AGGCCTATAA CATCGATGGG GGATGGTCGA TC

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