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EnhiA.00486.a: 40S ribosomal protein SA, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00486.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_081410
OrthoMCL: OG5_127014
RefSeq: XP_656803.1
UniProt: C4M5A0

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
MSKNVKTNFP DILKPSAEDI KMMVACRVHI GATNLNFAME EYVYERGNNN ECIFNLMKTW EKLSLAARVI AGISNETPSD VVAVAGREMA HRASLKFMKY TGCTAVAGRF TPGSFTNQIQ KKFMEPRLII VSDPSVDHQA LRESGYINVP TIAFCNSDNS LKNVDIAIPC NNRSRLSIGL MWWMLTREIL RYQGKLARDE KWDVMVDLFL HRELDAKKDA PVIAGEEKVA KVEDKKAASD ATVASTEWDD QKKN

NT Sequence
ATGAGCAAGA ACGTCAAAAC TAACTTCCCA GACATTCTCA AACCATCCGC TGAAGATATT AAAATGATGG TTGCTTGCCG TGTTCATATT GGAGCTACTA ACTTAAACTT TGCTATGGAA GAATATGTTT ATGAAAGAGG AAACAACAAT GAATGTATCT TCAATCTCAT GAAGACTTGG GAAAAACTTT CACTTGCTGC TCGTGTCATT GCAGGTATTT CAAATGAAAC CCCATCTGAT GTAGTTGCTG TTGCTGGACG TGAGATGGCT CACAGAGCAT CACTTAAATT CATGAAATAC ACTGGATGTA CTGCTGTTGC TGGAAGATTC ACACCAGGAT CATTCACTAA TCAAATTCAA AAGAAATTCA TGGAACCAAG ACTTATTATT GTTTCAGATC CATCTGTTGA TCATCAAGCA CTTAGAGAAT CAGGGTACAT TAATGTTCCA ACCATTGCCT TCTGCAATTC TGATAACAGT CTTAAGAACG TTGATATTGC TATTCCATGC AATAACAGAT CAAGACTTTC AATTGGTCTT ATGTGGTGGA TGTTAACTAG AGAAATCCTT AGATATCAAG GAAAACTTGC TAGAGACGAA AAGTGGGATG TTATGGTTGA TCTTTTCCTT CATAGAGAAC TTGATGCTAA GAAAGATGCT CCAGTTATTG CTGGTGAAGA AAAAGTTGCC AAAGTCGAAG ACAAGAAAGC TGCTAGTGAT GCTACTGTTG CTTCAACTGA ATGGGACGAC CAAAAGAAGA AC

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