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EnhiA.00917.b: 26S protease regulatory subunit 7, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00917.b
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_080890
OrthoMCL: OG5_128056
RefSeq: XP_001914172.1
UniProt: B1N4Q6

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MEEDFEKKPK ALDEEEIAIL KAYNRGPYAN SIKQLEKEVA DLATEIHNLV GIQESDTGLA PVSQWDLNAD KKLMEEQPLL VSRCIKAMPD EREPRYVISI KEYAKFVVGK SNRVEKDAVQ DGTRVGVDRA RYEIKMALPP KIDPSVSVMQ VEEKPDVTYK DIGGCKEQIE RIREVVELPM LHPEAFENLG IDPPKGVLLY GPPGTGKTLL ARAVANRTES TFVRVIGSEL VQKYVGEGAK MVRDLFDMAK SKKSCIIFFD EIDAIGGTRF QDDTGESEVQ RTMLELINQL DGFDKRGNIK VLMATNRPDT LDPALVRPGR LDRKIEFGLP DIEGRTEIFK IHTKPMSVAK DIRYDLLARL CPNATGAEIQ SVCTEAGMFA IRARRKVVTE RDFLDAVEKV IKGYQKFSAT PKYLAYN

NT Sequence
ATGGAAGAAG ATTTTGAGAA GAAACCAAAA GCACTTGATG AAGAAGAAAT TGCTATTTTA AAAGCATATA ATCGTGGTCC ATATGCAAAT TCAATTAAAC AATTAGAAAA AGAAGTTGCA GACCTTGCAA CAGAAATACA TAATTTAGTT GGAATACAAG AAAGTGATAC AGGACTAGCA CCAGTGTCTC AATGGGATTT AAATGCTGAT AAAAAATTGA TGGAAGAACA ACCATTACTT GTTTCTAGAT GTATTAAAGC TATGCCAGAT GAACGTGAAC CACGATATGT TATTTCTATA AAAGAATATG CAAAATTTGT TGTTGGTAAA TCAAATAGAG TTGAAAAAGA TGCCGTTCAA GATGGAACAA GAGTCGGAGT AGATAGAGCA CGTTATGAAA TTAAAATGGC ACTTCCACCA AAAATTGACC CATCAGTTTC TGTTATGCAA GTTGAAGAAA AACCAGATGT AACATACAAA GATATTGGAG GGTGTAAAGA ACAAATTGAA AGAATTAGAG AAGTTGTTGA ACTTCCTATG TTACATCCAG AGGCATTTGA GAATTTAGGA ATTGATCCAC CTAAAGGAGT ATTATTATAT GGACCACCAG GAACAGGTAA AACATTATTA GCACGTGCTG TAGCTAATAG AACAGAATCA ACCTTTGTTC GAGTAATTGG ATCAGAGTTA GTTCAAAAAT ATGTTGGAGA AGGTGCTAAA ATGGTAAGAG ACTTATTTGA CATGGCTAAA AGTAAAAAGA GTTGTATTAT TTTCTTTGAT GAAATTGATG CTATTGGAGG AACTAGATTC CAAGATGATA CAGGTGAAAG TGAAGTACAA CGTACTATGT TAGAACTTAT TAATCAATTA GATGGATTTG ATAAACGTGG AAATATTAAA GTCCTTATGG CAACAAATAG ACCAGACACA CTTGATCCAG CATTGGTTAG ACCAGGAAGA CTTGATAGAA AGATTGAATT TGGTCTTCCA GATATTGAAG GAAGAACAGA AATATTTAAA ATTCATACAA AGCCAATGAG TGTTGCAAAA GACATTCGTT ATGACCTTTT AGCCAGACTT TGCCCAAATG CCACTGGAGC AGAAATTCAA TCAGTTTGTA CTGAAGCAGG AATGTTTGCA ATTAGAGCAA GAAGAAAAGT TGTTACTGAA CGAGATTTCT TAGATGCAGT AGAAAAAGTT ATTAAAGGTT ATCAAAAATT CTCTGCAACT CCAAAATATC TTGCTTACAA T

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