NIAID Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases NIAID Bioinformatics Resource Centers NIAID Structural Genomic Centers Center for Structural Genomics of Infectious Disease
Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease

LedoB.00424.a: AGC family serine/threonine protein kinase (STPK), putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Leishmania donovani BPK282A1
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: LedoB.00424.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Leishmaniasis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

Ordering Clones & Proteins

If there are materials available for this target, they will be listed below. Materials can be ordered from SSGCID using the button in the "order material" column. Clicking the button will add the material to a virtual cart. You may order multiple materials at a time at no cost to you, as this contract is funded by NIAID. When you are ready to place your order, click the "Place Order" link which will appear in the top right corner of the page after you place your first item in your cart.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: TriTrypDB:LdBPK_252450.1
UniProt: E9BHZ9

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
MFMKLFKKKD KKDKEDDKKS ESTPTLENKR VETPEPPQEK LTKDDFETLD VLGKGSFAYV VLCRRLSTNK YYAMKVINKQ GLLDHKRVQD VFTERNVLTR LNHPYLLKLY WTFQSEHKLF FVMDYMPGGD LDKYMNSVPK KQLDPATAQL YGAEILLAIM CLHEHSVIYR DLKPENILLD GEGHCALADF GLSKDFHKDG QDVSDKDLRA NSFVGSPFYV APDVLRQREY TNAVDFWSFG ILLYRMLCGR TPFNGRSMTE VFDNILYSDL SFPSGVTVSP EAKDLISRLL MKDPNRRIKG PEVKQHPYWT GISFEEVAQR KVAPPRWTPL PSVEEMLAAR KNVSAGPSTS LKNPHQVVNT PAQSSQLNDG QQRLFGGFSC TADSHLNNS

NT Sequence
atgttcatga aactcttcaa gaagaaggac aagaaggaca aggaggatga taagaagtcc gagtcgacgc ctaccttgga gaacaagcgt gtggaaaccc ctgagccgcc gcaggagaag ctgaccaaag acgacttcga gaccctcgac gtcctcggca agggctcctt tgcctatgtg gtgctgtgcc gtcgcctctc gacgaacaag tactacgcca tgaaggtgat caacaagcag ggcctgctgg accacaagcg agtgcaggac gtctttacgg agcgcaacgt gctgactcgc ctgaaccacc cctacttgct gaaactgtac tggaccttcc agtcggagca caagctgttc ttcgtcatgg actacatgcc tggtggtgac ctcgacaagt acatgaactc cgtcccgaag aagcagctcg acccggcaac ggcgcagctg tacggtgccg aaatcctctt ggccattatg tgcctgcacg agcacagtgt catatatcga gatctgaagc cagagaacat tctgctggat ggtgagggtc actgcgctct tgcggacttc ggcctgtcca aggatttcca caaggacggc caggacgtgt ccgacaagga cctgcgcgcc aactcgttcg tcgggtcgcc gttctacgtg gcgcctgacg tgctgcgcca acgtgagtac accaatgcag tggacttctg gtccttcggc attctgctgt accgcatgct gtgcggtcgc actcccttca atggccgcag catgacggag gtattcgaca acatcttgta ctcagacctc tctttcccca gtggcgtgac ggtgtcgccg gaagccaaag acctgatcag ccgtttgctc atgaaggacc ccaaccgtcg catcaagggc cctgaggtga agcagcaccc ctactggacg gggatcagct ttgaggaggt ggcgcagcga aaggttgccc caccgcggtg gaccccactg ccgtcggtgg aggagatgct ggctgcgcgc aaaaatgtca gcgctggccc ctcgacctct ttgaagaacc cgcaccaagt cgtgaatacg ccggcacaga gctcgcagct caacgatggc cagcagaggc tgtttggcgg cttctcctgc acggcggaca gccacctgaa caacagctga

© 2021 Seattle Children's Research Institute. All rights reserved.