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CoimA.10384.c: Cell division control protein 2

Target Characteristics

from organism: Coccidioides immitis RS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: CoimA.10384.c
is community request: False
associated disease: California disease, Desert rheumatism, San Joaquin valley fever, Valley fever
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: True
NIH priority
pathogens category:
II

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: FungiDB:CIMG_01161
UniProt: Q1E8F2

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
MENYQKIEKI GEGTYGVVYK ARDLSNQGRI VALKKIRLEA EDEGVPSTAI REISLLKEMH DPNIVRLLNI VHADGHKLYL VFEFLDLDLK KYMEALPVSE GGRGKALPDG SLNMSRLGLG EAMVKKFMAQ LVEGVRYCHS HRVLHRDLKP QNLLIDRDGN LKLADFGLAR AFGVPLRTYT HEVVTLWYRA PEILLGGRHY STGVDMWSVG AIFAEMCTRK PLFPGDSEID EIFKIFRIRG TPDERSWPGV TSFPDFKSSF PKWRREDIRK IVTGLEESGL LLLDAMLEYD PARRISAKQA CVHPYFRSCS STYSGRSKTN YQ

NT Sequence
ATGGAAAACT ACCAGAAGAT CGAGAAGATC GGAGAGGGCA CGTATGGCGT CGTTTACAAA GCTCGGGACC TAAGCAACCA GGGTCGCATC GTGGCTCTGA AAAAAATCCG CCTTGAGGCG GAAGATGAGG GAGTACCGAG CACGGCCATT CGCGAGATCT CCCTGCTGAA GGAAATGCAC GACCCGAATA TCGTTCGCCT GCTTAACATC GTCCACGCTG ATGGGCATAA ACTATACCTC GTCTTCGAGT TCCTTGACTT GGACCTGAAG AAGTACATGG AAGCACTTCC TGTTAGCGAG GGTGGTCGAG GGAAGGCATT GCCAGATGGG TCTTTAAATA TGAGCCGATT GGGACTTGGA GAAGCCATGG TCAAGAAATT CATGGCTCAG CTGGTCGAGG GCGTCCGTTA CTGTCACAGT CATCGGGTCC TGCACCGTGA CTTGAAACCT CAAAACTTGC TGATTGATCG CGACGGCAAC CTTAAGCTAG CAGATTTCGG CCTAGCAAGG GCTTTTGGCG TCCCGCTCAG AACGTATACT CATGAGGTTG TTACTCTCTG GTATCGAGCC CCAGAAATCC TCCTGGGCGG ACGTCACTAC TCTACCGGGG TGGATATGTG GTCTGTTGGT GCCATCTTCG CAGAGATGTG CACCCGTAAA CCACTGTTCC CCGGGGATTC TGAGATTGAC GAAATATTCA AAATTTTCAG AATACGTGGT ACTCCCGATG AGAGAAGTTG GCCCGGCGTG ACTTCGTTCC CGGACTTCAA AAGCTCCTTT CCCAAATGGA GACGGGAAGA CATCCGAAAG ATTGTTACGG GCCTAGAAGA AAGCGGGCTC TTGCTGTTGG ACGCGATGCT CGAATATGAT CCTGCACGTC GTATCTCTGC GAAACAAGCC TGTGTCCACC CATACTTCCG TTCCTGCAGC TCCACCTACT CTGGGCGAAG CAAAACAAAT TATCAA

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