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KlpnA.17987.a: DNA polymerase III, beta subunit; beta sliding clamp

Target Characteristics

from organism: Klebsiella pneumoniae
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: KlpnA.17987.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Pneumonia
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Structures

image of structure for 6P81
6P81
Deposited: 6/6/2019
Determination: XRay
Diffraction Image
Clone: KlpnA.17987.a.EN11.GE42932
Protein: KlpnA.17987.a.EN11.PD38352

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
UniProt: W1BGQ6

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
MKFTVEREHL LKPLQQVSGP LGGRPTLPIL GNLLLQVADG TLSLTGTDLE MEMVARVALV QPHEPGATTV PARKFFDICR GLPEGAEIAV QLEGERMLVR SGRSRFSLST LPAADFPNLD DWQSEVEFTL PQATMKRLIE ATQFSMAHQD VRYYLNGMLF ETEGEELRTV ATDGHRLAVC SMPIGQSLPS HSVIVPRKGV IELMRMLDGG DNPLRVQIGS NNIRAHVGDF IFTSKLVDGR FPDYRRVLPK NPDKHLEAGC DLLKQAFARA AILSNEKFRG VRLYVSENQL KITANNPEQE EAEEILDVTY SGAEMEIGFN VSYVLDVLNA LKCENVRMML TDSVSSVQIE DAASQSAAYV VMPMRL

NT Sequence
atgaaattta ccgtagaacg tgagcattta ttaaaaccgc tacaacaggt gagcggtccg ttaggtggtc gtcctacgct accgattctc ggtaatctgc tgttacaggt tgctgacggt acgttgtcgc tgaccggtac tgatctcgag atggaaatgg tggcacgtgt tgcgctggtt cagccacacg agccaggagc gacgaccgtt ccggcgcgca aattctttga tatctgccgt ggtctgcctg aaggcgcgga aattgccgtg cagctggaag gtgaacggat gctggtacgc tccgggcgta gccgtttttc gctgtctacc ctgccagcgg cggatttccc gaacctcgat gactggcaga gtgaagtcga atttaccctg ccgcaggcaa cgatgaagcg tctgattgaa gcgacccagt tttctatggc gcatcaggac gttcgctatt acttaaatgg tatgctgttt gaaaccgaag gtgaagaact gcgcaccgtg gcaaccgacg gccaccgtct ggcggtctgt tcaatgccaa ttggtcaatc tttgccaagc cattcggtga tcgtaccgcg taaaggcgtg attgaactga tgcgtatgct cgacggcggc gacaatccgc tgcgcgtaca gattggcagc aacaacattc gcgcccacgt tggcgacttt atcttcacct ccaaactggt ggatggtcgc ttcccggatt atcgccgcgt tctgccgaag aacccggaca aacatctgga agctggctgc gatctgctca agcaggcgtt tgctcgcgcg gcgattctct ctaacgagaa attccgcggc gtacgtcttt atgtcagcga aaaccagctg aaaatcaccg ccaacaaccc ggaacaggaa gaagcggaag agatcctcga cgttacctat agcggtgcgg agatggaaat cggcttcaac gtcagttatg tgctggatgt tctgaacgcg ctgaaatgcg aaaacgtccg catgatgctg accgattcgg tttccagcgt gcagattgaa gatgcggcca gccagagcgc ggcttatgtt gtcatgccaa tgagactgta a

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