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EnhiA.00689.a: ABC transporter, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00689.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_114390
OrthoMCL: OG5_126906
RefSeq: XP_649732.1
UniProt: C4M8M2

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MQKSFKDDSN VEKSDIPLFA YKLIKETSPT FQLENLTESN PNIINSNQNK LFGEVIVSAE HLEKEYKIEG RNESVFAVRD ISFGSKSEIL GIRKGEFVML RGPSGGGKTT CLNMIGLIDK PSHGKLTMFG TEINEKTKES FMANLRLEKI GFVFQTYNLL STMSAYENVE LPMKILGRLN KKQRHERTIK LLELVGLQDR MNHLPSELSG GEQQRVTIAR ALSNEPELLL MDEPTGDLDT KNTIEVMNLI LELNQKIGTT IIMVTHNPDI ECYADRIIYL QDGHIIKQVI NSQQTKLDYT AFMRYISLRE ESQS

NT Sequence
ATGCAAAAGT CGTTTAAAGA TGATAGCAAC GTAGAAAAAT CTGACATTCC TTTGTTTGCT TATAAATTAA TCAAAGAAAC AAGTCCTACT TTTCAACTTG AAAATTTGAC TGAATCTAAT CCTAATATAA TAAATTCTAA TCAAAACAAA TTATTTGGAG AAGTAATAGT ATCAGCAGAA CATCTTGAAA AAGAGTATAA AATAGAAGGA AGAAATGAAT CAGTATTTGC TGTTAGAGAT ATTTCATTTG GTAGTAAGTC TGAGATTTTA GGTATTAGAA AAGGAGAATT TGTTATGTTA CGTGGTCCGA GTGGAGGAGG AAAAACTACA TGCCTCAATA TGATTGGGTT AATTGATAAA CCTTCTCATG GGAAACTTAC AATGTTTGGA ACAGAAATCA ATGAAAAAAC AAAAGAATCT TTTATGGCAA ACCTTCGTCT AGAAAAAATA GGATTTGTAT TTCAAACATA TAACCTCCTT TCTACAATGT CTGCTTATGA AAATGTTGAA CTCCCTATGA AAATACTTGG AAGACTGAAT AAAAAACAAC GACATGAACG AACAATTAAA CTTCTTGAAT TAGTTGGTCT TCAAGACCGA ATGAACCATC TTCCTTCTGA ATTGTCAGGA GGAGAACAAC AACGAGTTAC TATTGCACGT GCATTATCAA ATGAACCAGA ATTATTATTA ATGGATGAAC CAACAGGAGA TTTAGATACC AAAAATACAA TAGAAGTAAT GAATTTAATT CTTGAATTAA ATCAAAAAAT AGGAACAACA ATCATTATGG TTACTCATAA TCCTGATATT GAATGTTATG CTGACAGAAT CATCTATTTA CAAGATGGAC ATATTATCAA ACAAGTGATA AATTCTCAAC AAACAAAACT AGACTATACT GCATTTATGA GGTATATCTC ATTAAGAGAA GAAAGTCAAA GT

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