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EnhiA.00294.a: 26S protease regulatory subunit, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: EnhiA.00294.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_185410
OrthoMCL: OG5_127606
RefSeq: XP_649078.1
UniProt: C4M8D7

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MEIERQSEES AMVKYYKHKI DEMTYEYCTE LQNQRRLISK RNQLNDQVRR MKEELQLLSE PSCSVGEVIR AVGKDKVLVK STQEGKYVVK VEAGIDIRAL KPNQRVALKS DTYSICKVLP NQVDPLISLM RVEKVPDSTY DMIGGLDQQI KEIKEVIELP IKHPELFESL GIAQPKGVLL YGPPGTGKTL LARAVAHHTD CTFIRVSGTE LVQKYIGEGS RMVRELFVMA REHAPSIIFM DEIDSIGSSR IEGKSGGDSE VQRTMLELVN QLDGFEPTKN IKVLMATNRI DILDPALLRP GRIDRKIEFP NPKEEARLDI LKIHSKKMNL VRGIDLKKIA ERLDGASGAE IKACCTEAGM FALRERRSHV TQEDFELAAA KVMKKDNNAS ISLQQLWK

NT Sequence
ATGGAAATAG AGAGACAAAG TGAAGAAAGT GCAATGGTCA AATATTATAA ACACAAGATA GATGAAATGA CATATGAGTA TTGTACAGAG TTACAAAATC AACGACGATT AATTTCTAAA AGAAATCAAT TAAATGACCA AGTAAGACGA ATGAAAGAAG AACTTCAATT ATTATCAGAA CCGTCATGTT CAGTTGGGGA AGTTATACGA GCTGTAGGAA AAGATAAGGT ATTAGTTAAA TCAACACAAG AAGGAAAATA TGTTGTTAAA GTCGAAGCAG GAATTGACAT AAGAGCATTG AAACCCAACC AACGAGTAGC ACTAAAAAGT GATACATATA GTATTTGTAA AGTTCTTCCA AATCAAGTAG ATCCATTAAT ATCATTAATG AGAGTAGAAA AAGTACCAGA TTCAACATAT GATATGATTG GAGGATTAGA TCAACAAATT AAAGAGATAA AAGAAGTAAT TGAATTACCA ATCAAACATC CTGAATTATT TGAATCACTT GGAATTGCAC AACCCAAAGG TGTATTATTG TATGGACCAC CAGGAACAGG CAAAACATTA TTAGCAAGAG CTGTAGCACA TCATACGGAT TGTACATTTA TTCGAGTTTC AGGGACAGAA TTAGTACAAA AATATATTGG AGAAGGAAGT CGAATGGTTC GAGAGTTATT TGTAATGGCA AGAGAACATG CACCATCTAT TATTTTCATG GATGAGATAG ATTCTATTGG ATCTAGTCGA ATTGAAGGAA AGTCAGGAGG AGATAGTGAG GTTCAACGAA CTATGTTAGA ATTAGTTAAT CAATTAGATG GATTTGAACC AACAAAAAAT ATCAAAGTGT TAATGGCAAC AAATCGAATA GACATTTTAG ACCCAGCATT ATTAAGACCA GGACGAATTG ACCGAAAAAT CGAATTTCCT AATCCAAAAG AAGAAGCACG TTTAGACATT CTTAAGATTC ATTCTAAGAA GATGAATTTA GTTCGTGGAA TCGATCTTAA GAAAATTGCT GAACGATTGG ATGGAGCATC TGGAGCGGAG ATTAAAGCAT GTTGTACCGA AGCAGGTATG TTTGCACTTC GGGAAAGAAG ATCTCATGTA ACACAAGAAG ATTTTGAATT AGCTGCTGCT AAAGTAATGA AGAAAGATAA TAACGCATCT ATCTCATTAC AACAATTATG GAAA

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