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ChtrB.20260.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Chlamydia trachomatis D/UW-3/Cx
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: ChtrB.20260.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
non-BEI

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_2670

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|272561.5.peg.147
UniProt: O84137

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
MVSFDLNDPV RNTDNHYRNI NRMLNSATCA AGGIGLLTPV VCSPMGAFCF AQGPSSAEDL GHRIQHFVAC SGPAAGFYSL SNERIMFEEA AVPSVLEAVE ATFWISAFAR LRGNEPSTCD TVMMSCVIGC ISLVCGAMFV AIVSCAVKIS RIVRTMTQAH ALRETIQRQL AARATDMRSA YSKLKGIIAI RALNEVERGH RKLRNKMITA FVANALITLA FCALLASAVI AAFFFGAASA GLASVFFGCL WGGIGALAVG VLVGIVSGIC QRNYKVEAAR CIQRGALYAL VLEKMQRFPK EFLKDGVAKS VVAIQAGESL DTGELAWEEM PSITACLGRE GMDAQAYSFL SASPLDARIE

NT Sequence
atggtaagct tcgatttaaa tgatccagta aggaatacag acaatcatta cagaaatatc aatcgcatgc tcaatagtgc gacttgtgct gctggcggca taggattgtt aacaccagtg gtatgctctc caatgggagc tttctgtttt gctcaagggc cttctagtgc cgaagactta gggcatcgta ttcaacattt tgttgcgtgt tcgggaccag ctgcaggatt ctattctcta agtaacgaac ggatcatgtt tgaagaggct gcagttccta gtgttctcga agccgtagaa gcaacttttt ggatatctgc cttcgcccgt ttgagaggga atgaaccttc aacttgcgat actgtgatga tgagttgcgt aattggatgc atttctttgg tatgcggggc tatgtttgtt gccattgtct cctgtgctgt gaaaattagt cgcattgtga gaactatgac gcaggcacat gcgctccgtg aaacaattca aagacagtta gcagcacgag ctacagatat gcgttctgct tactccaagc tcaaaggtat tatagccata agagctctta atgaagtaga gaggggccat cgaaaattaa gaaacaaaat gatcacagct tttgttgcaa atgcactcat tacactagct ttctgtgctt tattagcttc tgcggtaatc gcagcatttt tctttggtgc agcaagtgct ggactagcaa gcgttttctt tgggtgctta tggggaggca taggagcctt agctgtcgga gttttggtcg gcatcgtttc cggaatctgc cagcgcaact ataaagtaga agctgcgcgg tgtattcagc gaggtgctct ttatgcgctt gttcttgaga aaatgcagcg attccctaaa gaattcctta aagatggtgt agcgaaaagt gttgttgcga ttcaagctgg ggaatctttg gatacaggag agttggcttg ggaagagatg ccgagcatca cagcttgttt aggaagagag ggaatggatg ctcaggcgta ttcctttctt tctgcaagtc ctttagatgc gcgtatagag taa

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