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CoimA.11073.a: Methionine aminopeptidase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Coccidioides immitis RS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: CoimA.11073.a
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_04126
UniProt: Q1DZY7

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
MKMAVQALPE INKLSVSEEG AANAAAKGQA AQGTAGNDDA ENDESDEDKE DEQEVADGAA AAGGKKKKKK PKKKKKKGTA KVQSNPPRVP LSTLFPNNNY PEGEIVEYKD DNAYRTTNEE KRYLDRMNND FLTDYRKSAE IHRQVRQYAQ KELLKPGRSL TEIAEGIEDS VRALTGHMGL EEGDSLVAGM GFPTGLNINH CAAHYSPNAG NKMVLQYGDV MKVDFGVHVN GRIVDSAFTV AFDPVYDNLL NAVKDATNTG IREAGIDVRM SDIGAAIQET MESYEVEING TTYPVKAIRN LNGHTIGHYL IHGGSTGKSV PIVKGGDQTK MEEGETYAIE TFGSTGKGFV RDDMEVSHYA KVPDAPNVPL RLSSAKNLLN VITKNFGTLP FCRRYLDRLG QEKYLLGLNN LVSSGLVDAY PPLVDVKGSY TAQFEHTILL RPNVKEVITR GDDY

NT Sequence
ATGAAAATGG CCGTGCAAGC TCTTCCCGAA ATCAACAAGC TCAGCGTCAG CGAGGAGGGG GCCGCAAACG CCGCCGCCAA AGGACAGGCT GCGCAAGGGA CCGCTGGGAA TGATGATGCA GAAAATGATG AATCTGACGA AGACAAAGAG GATGAACAGG AGGTAGCAGA TGGAGCCGCT GCAGCTGGAG GGAAAAAGAA GAAGAAGAAG CCCAAGAAAA AGAAGAAGAA AGGTACCGCA AAGGTCCAGA GCAACCCACC GCGCGTGCCG CTCTCAACTC TCTTCCCCAA CAACAACTAC CCCGAAGGCG AGATCGTAGA ATACAAAGAT GATAATGCCT ATCGTACGAC GAACGAGGAA AAGAGATATT TGGACCGCAT GAACAATGAT TTCCTTACTG ACTATCGCAA GTCGGCCGAA ATTCACAGGC AAGTTCGACA GTATGCTCAG AAGGAACTCC TTAAGCCTGG CCGTTCCTTG ACCGAAATCG CGGAGGGTAT TGAGGACAGC GTTCGCGCAC TGACAGGCCA TATGGGCCTT GAAGAAGGGG ACAGCTTGGT TGCTGGTATG GGCTTCCCGA CTGGGTTGAA TATCAACCAT TGCGCTGCCC ACTACTCCCC GAATGCTGGG AACAAGATGG TTCTTCAATA TGGCGATGTT ATGAAGGTGG ACTTTGGTGT CCACGTTAAC GGTAGAATTG TCGACAGTGC GTTTACTGTT GCCTTTGATC CCGTTTACGA CAATTTGTTG AATGCGGTGA AAGATGCCAC TAATACTGGT ATCAGGGAAG CGGGCATTGA TGTGCGAATG AGCGATATTG GCGCTGCTAT TCAGGAGACG ATGGAAAGCT ATGAGGTTGA GATCAATGGC ACTACATACC CAGTGAAAGC CATTCGCAAC CTCAATGGCC ATACAATTGG CCATTATCTT ATCCACGGTG GAAGCACCGG GAAGAGCGTG CCCATCGTCA AGGGCGGTGA CCAAACAAAG ATGGAAGAGG GTGAGACCTA TGCCATCGAA ACATTCGGAA GTACCGGGAA GGGGTTTGTG AGAGACGACA TGGAGGTTTC TCATTACGCC AAGGTCCCCG ATGCGCCTAA TGTTCCTCTT CGTCTGTCTT CGGCCAAGAA CCTGTTGAAC GTCATCACGA AAAACTTTGG CACGTTGCCG TTCTGTCGTC GCTATCTTGA CCGACTCGGG CAGGAGAAGT ACCTTCTCGG GTTAAATAAT CTGGTTTCGT CAGGCCTTGT GGATGCCTAT CCCCCACTTG TAGATGTGAA GGGTTCATAT ACGGCTCAAT TTGAGCATAC CATTCTGCTG AGGCCGAACG TTAAAGAGGT TATCACCCGA GGAGACGATT AC

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