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CopoA.01658.a: Metalloprotease 1

Target Characteristics

from organism: Coccidioides posadasii C735
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: CopoA.01658.a
is community request: True
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

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: FungiDB:CPC735_062670
OrthoMCL: OG5_137925
RefSeq: XP_003070539.1
UniProt: C5P3X6

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
MRVSVPVLAL AFGSLAAAAP NAGRRTCGSV PPPEFFEASE KVAALEESGA FADLQAPIEV ETYFHVVASS RSERDGYISD QMLSDQIRVM NEDYAPHGVH FNLRETTRTI NPSWASDGNE IAMKRSLRKG GYAALNVYFL KDLGGALGYC YFPTNAAPGS TTFIRDGCSV LSSSVPGGSG APYDLGKTAT HEVGHWMGLF HTFQGGCSGQ GDYVSDTPPQ RSPSSGCPVG RDSCPGGGVD PIHNYMDYSV DSCMNQFTRG QGTRMSSMWR QFRAGK

NT Sequence
atgcgtgtct ccgttcctgt gttggccctg gcctttggct ccctggccgc tgccgccccc aacgctgggc gtcgaacttg tggctctgta ccacctccag aattctttga agcgtcagaa aaagtcgctg ctctggaaga aagcggagcg ttcgccgatt tgcaggcccc tattgaggtc gagacttatt tccatgtcgt cgcttcgagt agatcagagc gtgatggtta catcagcgat caaatgttgt ccgaccaaat ccgggtcatg aatgaggact atgcccctca cggagttcat ttcaacttgc gagaaacgac cagaacgatc aatccaagct gggcttcaga cggaaatgag attgccatga agcgctctct ccgcaaagga ggctacgctg ctcttaatgt ttacttcttg aaggaccttg gtggagcgtt ggggtattgc tacttcccca ccaatgccgc tcccggctcg accaccttca tccgtgatgg atgctctgtt ctgtcctcta gtgtgcccgg tggcagcgga gccccttacg acctgggcaa aacagccacc cacgaggttg gccactggat gggtctcttc cacaccttcc aaggtggctg ctctggacag ggtgactacg tcagcgacac cccaccccag cgcagcccaa gctccggctg ccctgttggc cgtgattcgt gccccggtgg tggtgttgac ccaatccaca actacatgga ctactctgtt gactcctgca tgaaccaatt caccagaggc cagggtactc gtatgagctc tatgtggaga cagttccgtg ccggaaaata a

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