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CrneC.19365.a: Adenosine kinase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii serotype A (H99 / ATCC 208821 / CBS 10515 / FGSC 9487)
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: CrneC.19365.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Pneumonia-like illness
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: FungiDB:CNAG_06489
UniProt: J9W3F0

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
MSAPAPLIVC IGNPLLDITV GPAEGPAYLA RYALKPNDAI LAEDSHMPIY DDIVTNANVS YVAGGAAQNA ARAASYVHPA KSVAYIGSVG DDDLKNTLQK ANEAEGVVSA YQIQPAPAKT GACAVILSGH NRSLCTTLRA AEQFTPSHLA QPEIAALIDG AKYFYIEGYF LTHGIESALE VAKNASSKGK VVALNLSAPF IPQFFKVQLE ELLPHVDILI GNESEAAAYA TATGMADAPL TEVATALASL PKSNTSRPRL IVITQGADST LVASSSPSTS PGNVKTSDPN PKTYPVSKLA DEQIVDTNGA GDMFAGGFLG ILALGKDLDE AIEVGHKLGQ MCVGQNGPKL VYPRVNVL

NT Sequence
atgtccgccc ccgcccccct catcgtctgc atcggcaacc ccctgctcga catcaccgtc ggccccgccg agggccccgc ctacctcgcc cgctacgccc tcaagcccaa cgacgccatc ctcgccgagg actcccacat gcccatctac gacgacatcg tcaccaacgc caacgtctcc tacgtcgccg gcggtgccgc ccagaacgcc gcccgtgccg cctcttacgt ccaccccgcc aagtctgtcg cctacatcgg ctccgtcggc gacgacgacc tcaaaaacac cctccaaaag gccaacgaag ccgagggcgt cgtctctgcc taccagatcc agcctgcccc cgccaagacg ggcgcctgcg ccgtcattct ttccggccac aaccgttccc tctgcaccac cctccgtgcc gccgagcagt tcaccccgtc ccacctcgcc cagcccgaga tcgccgcgct catcgacggc gccaagtact tttacatcga aggctacttt ctcacccacg gcatcgagag tgcgctcgaa gtcgccaaga acgcctcctc caagggcaag gtcgtcgccc tcaacctgtc tgcccccttt ataccccagt tcttcaaggt tcagcttgaa gagctcttgc cccatgttga cattttgatc ggtaacgaga gcgaagccgc tgcctatgct accgccaccg gcatggccga cgcccccttg accgaggtcg ccaccgccct cgcctcgctc cccaaatcca acacctcccg accccgtctc atcgtcatca cccaaggcgc cgactccacc ctcgtcgcct cttcctcccc ctccacttcc cccggcaacg tcaaaacctc tgaccccaac cccaagacgt accccgtctc caagctcgcg gacgagcaga ttgtcgacac caacggcgcc ggcgacatgt ttgccggtgg gttcttgggt atcttggcgc tcggtaagga tttggatgag gccatcgagg tcgggcacaa gcttggtcag atgtgtgtcg gccagaacgg gcccaagctt gtttaccccc gtgtaaatgt cctctaa

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