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BuviA.12797.a: ROK family protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Burkholderia vietnamiensis G4
most recent status: native diffraction-data
center reference id: BuviA.12797.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 3
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
BuviA.12797.a.B1.GE39331 Full length( BuviA.12797.a ) 1 415 GE39331
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_81923

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_213343
PATRIC ID: fig|269482.11.peg.5747
RefSeq: YP_001119351.1
UniProt: A4JE13

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
MRSPHIGQGS NSANVRRYNE RLLLKTLRRA GSASKADLAR LANMTGTAVG SIIASLADAK LIEFAGRTEG QRGQPASLIR LDPRGAFGIG VHLDRMRIET ALVNFAGDVL GRRSHDTLLP PPAEVIEIVR HDIDAMQALL PAHERARLAG VGVAQPYNLG AWMRELGLAP DTFRAWEDVD FASDLGRTVS LPVFGENDGN AAAIAELFYG YGRQCDDFVY LFIGPAIGGG IAIDGDCLRG VTGNAGDIAM IPVLPSRLAS APPPRGPWDI LLARASLHAL VRHLRHHGET VESRADLEAC IARGLPAVTE WIDDCVDALA PALRAVLCVV DAPVVVLDAD TDAGLLDALT SRLRAALVAT APEARGTPTL VRGTFGADAG AIGAATLPMY FNFSPRAGIL RGARIESQEV NHVAI

NT Sequence
ATGAGAAGCC CGCACATCGG TCAGGGCAGC AACTCGGCCA ACGTGCGCCG TTACAACGAG CGCCTGTTGC TGAAGACGCT GCGCCGCGCG GGCAGCGCGT CGAAAGCCGA TCTCGCCCGA CTCGCGAACA TGACCGGCAC GGCCGTCGGC AGCATCATCG CGTCGCTCGC CGATGCGAAG CTGATCGAAT TCGCCGGGCG CACCGAAGGC CAGCGCGGCC AGCCGGCGTC GCTGATCCGT CTCGATCCGC GCGGCGCGTT CGGCATCGGC GTCCATCTCG ACCGCATGCG CATCGAGACG GCGCTCGTCA ATTTCGCCGG CGACGTACTC GGCCGCCGTT CGCACGACAC CCTGCTGCCG CCGCCCGCCG AAGTCATCGA GATCGTGCGC CACGACATCG ACGCGATGCA GGCTCTGCTG CCCGCGCACG AACGCGCGCG GCTCGCGGGC GTCGGCGTCG CCCAGCCGTA CAACCTCGGC GCGTGGATGC GCGAGCTCGG CCTGGCGCCC GACACGTTCC GCGCGTGGGA AGACGTCGAC TTCGCCAGCG ACCTCGGGCG CACGGTGTCG CTGCCCGTGT TCGGCGAGAA CGACGGCAAC GCGGCCGCCA TCGCCGAACT GTTCTACGGG TACGGCCGCC AGTGCGACGA CTTCGTCTAT CTGTTCATCG GCCCGGCGAT CGGCGGCGGC ATCGCGATCG ACGGCGACTG CCTGCGCGGC GTGACGGGCA ATGCCGGCGA CATCGCCATG ATCCCCGTGC TGCCGAGCCG GCTCGCCTCC GCGCCGCCGC CACGCGGGCC GTGGGACATC CTGCTCGCGC GCGCGTCGCT GCATGCGCTG GTGCGCCATC TGCGCCATCA CGGCGAGACG GTCGAAAGCC GCGCCGACCT CGAGGCGTGC ATCGCCCGCG GCCTGCCGGC GGTGACCGAA TGGATCGACG ACTGCGTCGA TGCGCTCGCA CCGGCACTGC GTGCGGTGCT GTGCGTCGTC GATGCGCCGG TGGTCGTGCT CGACGCCGAT ACCGACGCGG GCCTGCTCGA CGCGTTGACC AGCCGCCTGC GCGCTGCGCT CGTCGCCACC GCTCCGGAAG CGCGCGGCAC GCCGACGCTC GTGCGCGGCA CGTTCGGCGC CGACGCCGGC GCGATCGGCG CCGCGACGCT GCCGATGTAC TTCAACTTCT CCCCGCGGGC CGGCATCCTC AGGGGCGCCC GCATCGAATC GCAGGAGGTC AACCATGTCG CGATC

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