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CopoB.01011.a: Calcium sensor; calcineurin B ortholog

Target Characteristics

from organism: Coccidioides posadasii Silveira
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: CopoB.01011.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

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: FungiDB:CPSG_08724
UniProt: E9DFX5

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
MGKSQSKLSP SQLDELQKAT HFDKKELQQW YKGFLKDCPS GTLTKEEFQK IYRQFFPFGD PSSFANYVFR VFDSDNSGMI DFKEFICALS VTSRGRMEDK LDWAFQLYDI DGDGKISYDE MLAIVEAIYK MVGSMVKLPE DEDTPEKRVK KIFRMMDKDE NGSLDIAEFK EGSKRDETIV SALSLYDGLK GNPHFPVNIS FRFIMFPNSY DTYTLFPLAC QMYDPARNVP LAFSTNSFCP FYGGASLAIV PELFSYGLCY RCVSFAARQG SRRSRPAMSF QPARSSHHHS PLARSAVFSS LPRQMFIFAR PGPSTA

NT Sequence
atggggaagt cacagtcgaa gttgtccccc tcgcaacttg atgaacttca aaaagcgacc catttcgaca agaaggagtt gcagcaatgg tataaagggt tcctgaagga ctgcccctcc ggcaccctta cgaaggagga attccaaaag atctaccggc agttcttccc ctttggcgac ccgtcctctt ttgcgaacta cgttttcaga gtatttgatt ccgataatag cggcatgatc gactttaaag agttcatctg cgccctatcg gtgacctccc gcggcagaat ggaagacaaa ttagactggg ctttccagct gtacgatatc gatggcgacg ggaagatcag ctacgatgaa atgctcgcga tagtcgaggc tatatataaa atggttgggt caatggtaaa gctcccggaa gatgaagata cccctgaaaa gcgcgtcaag aagatcttcc ggatgatgga taaggatgag aacggaagcc tggacatcgc cgaattcaag gagggcagta agcgggacga gaccattgtc agcgccctat cgctttacga tggccttaaa ggcaatcccc atttcccagt aaatatatcc ttccgtttca ttatgtttcc caattcttat gatacatata ccttgtttcc tctagcatgt cagatgtacg atcctgcacg aaatgtcccc ttggcctttt ctacgaactc tttttgccct ttttatggtg gggcgtcact tgccattgta cctgaattgt ttagttacgg cttgtgttat cggtgtgttt ccttcgccgc aaggcaaggt tctcgaaggt cgcggccggc aatgagcttc cagcctgcca ggagttcgca tcaccactcc ccgctggcac gaagcgccgt attttcgtcc cttccccgcc aaatgttcat attcgcccgt ccaggtccat cgacggcata g

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