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EnhiA.01138.a: 26S protease regulatory subunit, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: EnhiA.01138.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_053020
OrthoMCL: OG5_127786
RefSeq: XP_657099.1
UniProt: C4M3C0

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MEGFTEEEMI TLNEADVLSL SNEEIKQQIK QMERQEGVIR HEHERIRQEL AVINKQNKES KEKIEMFAKL PFLISNVVEI LDLPPEESDD GSGLDNKGNV GTKGVVINTS MRSNVFLPVS GLVNVKDLKP GDLVGVNKDT YLILEKLPQQ YDGRVKSMEV IERPTETYND VGGLDKEMKE MIEAIVLPMT QKEKFEKLGI QTPKGVLLYG PPGTGKTLMA RACAAQTKST FLKLAAPQLV SSSIGDGSRI IREMFELAKS KAPAIIFIDE IDAIGTKRTE SEHSGDREIQ RTMLELLNQL DGFSKTDDVR VIAATNRIDV LDPALLRSGR FDRKIEFPTP NEEARVHILQ IHSKKLKCSD DINFEELARS TQDFNGAQLK AVCVEAGMIA LRREAIEIRH EDFQQGILEV QSKKKKSLTY FA

NT Sequence
ATGGAAGGTT TCACGGAAGA AGAAATGATT ACATTAAATG AAGCAGATGT TCTTTCACTT AGTAATGAAG AAATTAAACA ACAAATTAAA CAAATGGAAA GGCAAGAAGG AGTTATTAGA CATGAACATG AAAGAATTCG ACAAGAGCTT GCAGTTATTA ATAAACAAAA TAAAGAAAGT AAAGAAAAGA TAGAGATGTT TGCAAAATTA CCATTTTTAA TATCAAATGT AGTTGAGATA TTAGACTTGC CACCAGAAGA AAGTGATGAT GGGTCAGGAT TAGATAATAA AGGAAATGTA GGAACAAAAG GAGTTGTTAT TAATACTTCG ATGAGATCTA ATGTATTTCT TCCAGTGTCA GGACTTGTTA ATGTCAAAGA CCTTAAACCA GGAGATCTTG TTGGAGTTAA TAAAGACACA TATTTAATAT TAGAAAAATT ACCACAACAA TATGATGGAA GAGTTAAGTC GATGGAAGTC ATTGAAAGAC CAACAGAAAC ATATAACGAT GTAGGAGGAT TAGATAAAGA AATGAAAGAA ATGATTGAGG CTATTGTTTT ACCTATGACA CAAAAAGAGA AATTTGAAAA GCTTGGGATT CAAACACCAA AAGGAGTTCT TTTATATGGA CCACCAGGAA CAGGAAAAAC ATTAATGGCA AGAGCATGTG CAGCACAAAC AAAAAGTACG TTTTTAAAAT TAGCAGCTCC ACAACTTGTT TCATCAAGTA TTGGAGATGG GTCAAGAATC ATTAGAGAGA TGTTTGAGCT TGCTAAATCA AAAGCACCAG CAATTATTTT TATTGATGAA ATAGATGCAA TTGGTACAAA AAGAACGGAA AGTGAACATA GTGGAGATAG AGAAATTCAA AGAACAATGT TAGAATTATT AAACCAATTA GATGGGTTTA GTAAAACGGA TGATGTCAGA GTTATTGCGG CAACAAATCG AATTGATGTT TTAGATCCAG CACTCTTACG TTCAGGAAGA TTTGATAGAA AGATAGAGTT TCCAACACCA AATGAAGAGG CAAGAGTTCA TATTTTACAA ATCCATAGTA AAAAATTAAA GTGTAGTGAT GACATTAATT TTGAAGAACT TGCACGTTCT ACACAAGATT TTAATGGAGC ACAATTAAAG GCAGTTTGTG TTGAAGCTGG AATGATTGCA TTAAGGAGAG AAGCAATAGA AATTCGACAT GAAGATTTCC AACAAGGAAT ATTAGAAGTT CAAAGCAAGA AAAAGAAGAG TTTAACATAT TTTGCT

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