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EnhiA.00803.a: 26S protease regulatory subunit, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00803.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_194570
OrthoMCL: OG5_127828
RefSeq: XP_654722.2
UniProt: C4LZW8

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MEIDGERKSV LKAYLQKLKT YQAKEEALEK IKETLKVSKE NMGRNEEMLL SLQTIGMSIG EVLKCLSEEK YIVKVSLGPH YVVGCRSCID KKKITQGTRV ALDVSTNTIM KILPREVHPA VYSMTVESPG KVKYEDIGGL RNQMREIREV IELPMTNPEL FERVGVKAPK GVLLYGPPGT GKTLLARALA SNLECHFLKV VASGIVDKYL GESARLIREM FAYAREHQPC VIFMDEIDAI AGKRIAEGIH SDREIQRTLM ELLAQMDGFN EISKVKIIMA TNRPDVLDPA LMRPGRLDRK IEISLPNDQG RIEILKIHSK KMNIQEEVDY EAMGKLTEGF NGADLRNVCT EAGMFAIRDD RDYCIEEDFF KAIRKQAEAK KLENQFGDIK I

NT Sequence
ATGGAGATAG ATGGAGAAAG AAAAAGTGTA TTAAAAGCAT ATTTACAGAA ATTGAAAACA TACCAAGCAA AAGAAGAGGC GTTAGAAAAA ATAAAAGAGA CGTTAAAAGT TAGTAAAGAG AATATGGGAA GGAATGAGGA GATGTTATTA TCATTACAAA CGATTGGGAT GTCCATTGGA GAAGTACTCA AATGTTTAAG TGAAGAGAAG TATATTGTCA AAGTGTCATT AGGACCACAT TATGTAGTTG GATGCCGAAG TTGTATTGAC AAGAAAAAGA TAACACAAGG AACAAGAGTT GCACTTGATG TGTCTACTAA TACTATAATG AAAATCTTAC CAAGAGAAGT TCACCCAGCA GTATATTCGA TGACAGTAGA AAGTCCAGGG AAAGTTAAAT ATGAAGATAT TGGAGGATTA AGAAATCAAA TGAGAGAAAT ACGAGAAGTA ATTGAATTAC CAATGACAAA TCCCGAATTA TTTGAACGAG TAGGAGTTAA AGCACCTAAA GGAGTATTAT TATATGGACC ACCAGGAACA GGAAAGACAC TACTTGCAAG AGCACTTGCA AGTAATTTAG AATGTCACTT TTTAAAAGTT GTTGCAAGTG GGATTGTAGA TAAATATCTT GGAGAGAGTG CAAGATTAAT TCGAGAGATG TTTGCATATG CACGAGAACA TCAACCATGT GTAATATTTA TGGATGAAAT AGATGCTATT GCAGGGAAAC GAATTGCAGA AGGGATACAC AGTGATAGAG AAATTCAAAG AACATTAATG GAGTTATTAG CACAAATGGA TGGGTTTAAT GAAATAAGTA AAGTTAAAAT TATTATGGCA ACCAATAGAC CTGATGTTCT TGATCCAGCA TTAATGCGAC CAGGAAGACT TGATAGAAAA ATCGAAATTT CACTTCCAAA TGACCAAGGA AGAATTGAAA TTTTAAAAAT TCATTCTAAA AAGATGAATA TTCAAGAAGA AGTTGATTAT GAAGCAATGG GGAAATTAAC AGAAGGATTT AATGGAGCAG ATTTAAGAAA TGTATGTACT GAAGCAGGGA TGTTTGCTAT TAGAGATGAT AGAGATTATT GTATTGAAGA AGACTTTTTC AAAGCAATAA GAAAACAAGC AGAAGCTAAG AAATTAGAGA ATCAGTTTGG TGATATTAAA ATT

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