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GilaA.10478.a: Branched-chain amino acid aminotransferase lateral transfer candidate

Target Characteristics

from organism: Giardia lamblia ATCC 50803
most recent status: native diffraction-data
center reference id: GilaA.10478.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Giardiasis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
GilaA.10478.a.A1.GE27706 Full length( GilaA.10478.a ) 1 355 GE27706
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers.

Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
GilaA.10478.a.A1.PW27569 Full length( GilaA.10478.a ) 1 355

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: GiardiaDB:GL50803_6184
OrthoMCL: OG5_126731
RefSeq: XP_001706262.1
UniProt: Q86QZ8

Sequences

These sequences are the native gene sequence; sequences of constructs derived from these sequences may differ due to codon optimization or other protocols. To find the specific sequence of any material you may have ordered, click on the "more" button next to the name of that material.
AA Sequence
MAVDPSTIDW SALKFSWLQT RSHVRSVWRN GEWSPLELVN EPTFNISIAA SALHYGQAVF EGLKVFRTVD GRVAAFRPVE NARRLISSCD GLCMESPSEQ LFLNALAMVV RDNVDYIPPY GTGGSLYVRP LVIGTGAQLG VAPSSEYMFL MMVAPVGPYY RGGLKSVNAI VMDEFDRAAP YGVGSKKCAG NYAASLKAQS VALKKSFPIQ LYLDAATHTF VEEFSTSNFF GIKDIQRDGA GKIVSCTYVT PKSPSILPSI TNKTLRELIS QYFGWKVDVR EVPFTEVKTF QECGATGTAV VVTPIASITR GSTVIDFLQS DDQVGEVTKL LYETVQGIQY GVIPDRFNWN HYIDV

NT Sequence
ATGGCTGTCG ATCCCTCCAC GATAGACTGG TCTGCGCTGA AGTTTTCGTG GCTGCAAACG CGCTCCCACG TTCGCAGTGT CTGGAGAAAC GGCGAGTGGA GCCCTCTTGA GCTGGTAAAC GAGCCGACAT TCAATATTTC GATTGCGGCC TCTGCGCTTC ACTACGGCCA GGCAGTCTTC GAGGGTCTCA AGGTCTTCCG CACTGTTGAC GGCAGAGTCG CTGCCTTCAG ACCAGTTGAG AATGCCCGCA GGCTCATCAG CTCGTGCGAC GGTCTCTGCA TGGAGTCCCC GTCAGAGCAG CTCTTCCTCA ATGCTCTTGC GATGGTTGTC AGGGATAACG TTGACTATAT CCCGCCATAT GGTACAGGGG GCTCCCTCTA TGTCCGTCCC CTGGTTATCG GTACCGGAGC CCAGCTTGGA GTTGCACCGT CGTCCGAATA CATGTTCCTC ATGATGGTCG CGCCTGTTGG TCCTTATTAC CGGGGAGGCC TCAAGAGCGT GAACGCAATC GTTATGGACG AATTCGACAG GGCAGCACCC TATGGCGTCG GCAGCAAGAA GTGTGCCGGA AACTACGCCG CATCTCTTAA GGCCCAGAGC GTTGCTCTGA AAAAGAGCTT CCCCATTCAG CTGTACCTCG ACGCTGCTAC GCACACGTTT GTTGAGGAGT TCTCCACCAG CAACTTCTTT GGGATTAAGG ACATCCAGAG AGATGGGGCG GGCAAGATCG TTTCGTGCAC TTACGTTACT CCTAAGTCTC CTTCTATTTT GCCCTCGATC ACGAACAAGA CTCTCCGCGA GCTTATTTCC CAGTACTTCG GCTGGAAGGT TGATGTGCGC GAGGTCCCGT TCACAGAGGT TAAGACATTC CAAGAATGCG GAGCCACAGG CACGGCCGTC GTTGTGACGC CCATTGCTTC CATCACCCGC GGTTCCACTG TTATCGACTT CCTGCAATCT GACGATCAGG TTGGCGAAGT TACCAAGCTA CTATATGAAA CTGTCCAGGG CATACAGTAC GGGGTGATCC CAGACAGATT CAACTGGAAC CACTACATTG ACGTG

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