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EnhiA.00920.a: 26s proteasome subunit P45 family protein, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.00920.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_177320
OrthoMCL: OG5_127831
RefSeq: XP_648721.1
UniProt: C4LY36

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MSETKHQLRD AYLKMKSLQA DLDHLRLIDG YIHEEQQALR LELSRAQEEV KRVQSVPLHI GQFVEMVDKD TAVVTLSSGT TQFVRILSTI NRELLKPGTS VAHHKQSNAL VDVLPPEADS AIRILSKGET PNVTYADIGG CDIQKQEIRE AVELPLTQSE LYKQIGIDPP RGCLLYGPPG TGKTMLAKAV AHHTSASFIQ IVGSEFAQQY LGEGPRMVRD VFRLARENAP SIVFIDEVDS IATKRHDAQN GADREVQRVL LELLTQMDGF DQTTNVKVIM ATNRADSLDP ALLRPGRLDR KIEFPLPDRR QKRLIFQVLT SKMNLSKEID LEDYASRPDK ISGAEIASIC QEAGMHAVRK NRYIILPADF EKAYKKVVRK QTQAMDFYR

NT Sequence
ATGAGTGAAA CAAAACATCA ATTAAGAGAC GCATATTTAA AAATGAAATC GCTTCAGGCA GACTTAGATC ATTTGAGATT GATTGATGGA TATATTCATG AAGAGCAACA AGCCCTTAGA CTAGAATTAT CACGAGCACA AGAAGAAGTC AAAAGGGTTC AAAGTGTACC ATTGCATATT GGTCAATTTG TTGAGATGGT AGACAAAGAC ACAGCTGTTG TTACTCTTTC TAGTGGAACA ACACAGTTTG TTCGTATTTT ATCTACTATT AACAGAGAAC TTCTTAAACC AGGAACATCT GTTGCACATC ATAAACAATC AAACGCTTTA GTTGATGTAT TACCACCAGA GGCTGATAGT GCCATTAGAA TATTGTCCAA AGGAGAAACA CCTAATGTAA CATATGCTGA TATTGGAGGG TGTGATATTC AAAAACAAGA AATTAGAGAA GCTGTAGAAC TTCCATTAAC TCAAAGTGAG TTGTATAAAC AAATTGGTAT TGATCCACCA CGTGGTTGTT TGTTATATGG ACCACCAGGA ACTGGAAAAA CTATGTTAGC TAAAGCTGTT GCACATCATA CCTCGGCATC TTTTATCCAA ATTGTTGGAT CTGAATTTGC ACAACAATAT CTTGGAGAAG GTCCAAGAAT GGTTAGAGAC GTTTTTAGAT TAGCACGTGA AAATGCACCA TCTATTGTAT TTATTGATGA AGTTGATTCC ATTGCCACAA AACGTCATGA CGCACAAAAT GGAGCTGACC GAGAAGTTCA AAGAGTTTTA TTGGAGTTGT TAACTCAAAT GGATGGGTTT GATCAAACAA CTAATGTAAA AGTAATTATG GCAACAAATA GAGCTGACTC ATTAGATCCA GCATTATTAA GACCTGGAAG ACTTGATAGA AAAATTGAAT TTCCATTACC AGACAGAAGG CAAAAGAGGT TAATCTTCCA AGTGCTTACA TCTAAAATGA ACCTTTCTAA AGAAATTGAC CTAGAAGATT ATGCTTCACG TCCTGATAAA ATCAGTGGTG CAGAAATAGC TTCTATTTGT CAAGAAGCTG GTATGCATGC AGTAAGAAAG AATAGATATA TTATCCTTCC AGCTGACTTT GAGAAGGCTT ACAAGAAAGT TGTTAGAAAA CAAACACAAG CAATGGACTT TTACAGA

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