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EnhiA.01390.a: 26S protease regulatory subunit, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Entamoeba histolytica HM-1:IMSS
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: EnhiA.01390.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_180350
OrthoMCL: OG5_127456
RefSeq: XP_653833.1
UniProt: C4M285

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MSMTLGKKRL REYGNNNKLP QINPRTQCNL KKLRLERLKD ILLIQRDFIE NQEQIKPKEE LEKDSRQKVE ELRGSPLEVS KLHEMIDDHH AIISSGNTMQ YCVPVLSIVD RELLEPGVQV LTHNHNKAIV GVLQNDEDPH VSVMKVDKAP LESYADVGGL EKQIQEIKEA VELPLSHPEL YEEIGIKPPK GVILYGPPGT GKTLLAKAVA NETSATFLRI VGSELIQKYL GDGPKLVREL FQAAKDSAPS IVFIDEIDAV GTKRYDAHSG GEKEIQRTML ELLNQLDGFD TRGEVKVIIA TNRIESLDSA LIRPGRIDRK IEFPLPDIKT KRKIFEIHTS KMTLEEGVDM EEFVMSKDDL SGADIKAICT EAGLLALRER RMKVNQEDFK KAKEKVMYRK KEGVPDGLYL

NT Sequence
ATGAGTATGA CTCTTGGAAA GAAAAGATTA AGAGAATATG GTAATAATAA TAAATTACCA CAAATTAATC CCAGAACACA GTGCAATCTT AAAAAGTTAC GATTAGAACG ATTAAAAGAT ATCTTATTAA TTCAAAGAGA CTTTATTGAA AACCAAGAAC AAATAAAACC AAAAGAAGAA TTAGAAAAAG ATTCAAGACA AAAAGTTGAA GAACTTAGAG GAAGTCCATT AGAAGTTAGT AAATTACATG AAATGATTGA TGATCATCAT GCTATTATTT CTAGTGGAAA TACAATGCAA TATTGTGTTC CAGTTCTTTC TATTGTAGAT AGAGAATTAT TAGAACCAGG AGTACAAGTT CTTACTCATA ACCATAATAA AGCTATTGTT GGAGTCTTAC AAAATGATGA AGATCCTCAT GTTTCTGTAA TGAAAGTAGA TAAAGCACCA TTAGAAAGTT ATGCAGATGT TGGTGGTTTA GAAAAACAAA TTCAAGAAAT TAAAGAAGCA GTTGAACTTC CATTAAGTCA TCCAGAATTA TATGAAGAAA TTGGTATTAA ACCACCAAAA GGAGTAATTC TTTATGGACC ACCGGGAACA GGAAAAACAT TATTGGCTAA AGCTGTTGCA AATGAAACTT CAGCAACATT TTTACGTATT GTTGGGTCAG AGTTAATCCA AAAATATCTT GGAGATGGAC CTAAATTAGT AAGAGAATTG TTCCAAGCAG CTAAAGACAG TGCCCCATCT ATTGTTTTTA TTGATGAAAT TGATGCTGTT GGTACTAAAC GTTATGATGC TCATTCAGGA GGAGAAAAAG AAATTCAAAG AACAATGTTA GAATTATTAA ATCAACTTGA TGGATTTGAT ACTCGAGGAG AAGTAAAAGT TATTATTGCC ACAAATAGAA TTGAGTCATT AGATTCAGCA CTTATCAGAC CAGGAAGAAT TGATAGAAAG ATTGAATTTC CATTACCAGA TATCAAAACT AAAAGAAAAA TCTTTGAGAT TCATACATCT AAAATGACAT TAGAAGAAGG TGTTGATATG GAAGAATTTG TTATGTCAAA AGATGATTTA TCTGGAGCTG ATATTAAAGC AATTTGTACT GAGGCTGGTT TATTAGCACT AAGAGAAAGA AGAATGAAAG TTAATCAAGA AGACTTTAAG AAAGCAAAAG AAAAAGTCAT GTATAGAAAG AAAGAAGGAG TTCCAGATGG ATTATATCTT

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