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EnhiA.00188.a: protein kinase domain containing protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00188.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Amoebic dysentery
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: AmoebaDB:EHI_038670
OrthoMCL: OG5_126901
RefSeq: XP_656865.2
UniProt: C4LZQ1

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.7.11.1

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
MNSLLIVLLL TLVNSFQFNY FSLELQLVNK FPMSQCPAKH TVSISKVYAD VLANVPEEEW NYEKVNISWG SPQPYQIVSR IGRGKYSSVF KGVITEGLYP CAIKCLKPIK EDRFKREILV LQRLINGPNI IRLYDCVKED ITGIPSLVME YIENTKFQFF YKKFTLQDIQ YYLYELLKAL KYAHSKGIMH RDIKPDNICY DLNTKKLRII DWGLAEFYHP GKEYNVRVAS RSYKAPELLL NMQQYDYSLD MWGFGCILGS LIFKKEPIFE GRDFDDQLLQ IVQLFGTNEL YIYITKYNCN IDSSLLFKLK NYSTSSFSKF INENNKSFCT TEALDLLEKV LVFDHQKRLS ADEAMNHPFF KSLRNN

NT Sequence
ATGAATAGTT TATTAATAGT TTTATTATTG ACATTAGTAA ATTCTTTTCA ATTTAATTAT TTTTCACTTG AACTTCAATT AGTAAACAAA TTTCCAATGT CACAATGTCC AGCAAAACAC ACTGTTAGTA TAAGTAAAGT ATATGCAGAT GTATTAGCAA ATGTTCCAGA AGAAGAATGG AATTATGAGA AAGTAAATAT TAGTTGGGGG TCTCCACAAC CATATCAAAT AGTATCAAGA ATTGGAAGAG GAAAGTATAG TAGTGTCTTT AAAGGAGTTA TTACTGAAGG GTTATATCCA TGTGCTATTA AATGTCTTAA ACCAATTAAA GAAGATAGAT TTAAAAGAGA AATATTAGTT TTACAACGAC TAATTAATGG ACCAAATATA ATTCGTTTAT ATGATTGTGT AAAAGAAGAC ATAACAGGGA TACCATCATT AGTAATGGAA TATATTGAAA ATACAAAATT TCAATTCTTT TATAAGAAAT TTACACTTCA AGATATTCAG TATTATTTAT ATGAATTACT TAAAGCTTTA AAATATGCAC ATTCAAAAGG AATTATGCAT AGAGACATTA AACCAGATAA TATTTGTTAT GATTTAAATA CAAAAAAATT AAGAATTATT GATTGGGGAT TAGCTGAATT TTATCATCCT GGAAAAGAAT ATAACGTACG AGTTGCGTCA AGATCTTATA AAGCACCAGA ATTATTATTA AATATGCAAC AATATGATTA TTCATTAGAT ATGTGGGGAT TTGGATGTAT ATTAGGTTCA TTAATTTTTA AAAAAGAACC AATTTTTGAA GGGAGAGATT TTGATGATCA ATTACTTCAG ATAGTTCAAT TATTTGGAAC TAATGAATTA TATATTTATA TTACTAAATA TAATTGTAAC ATAGATTCTT CTCTTCTCTT TAAACTTAAA AATTATTCTA CGTCTTCATT TTCAAAATTT ATTAATGAAA ATAATAAAAG TTTTTGTACC ACAGAAGCAT TAGATTTGTT AGAAAAAGTA TTAGTCTTTG ATCATCAAAA AAGGCTTTCA GCAGATGAAG CAATGAATCA TCCATTTTTT AAATCATTAA GAAATAAT

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