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LeinA.00612.a: lysyl-tRNA synthetase, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Leishmania infantum
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: LeinA.00612.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Visceral leishmaniasis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_88903

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: TriTrypDB:LinJ.30.0130
UniProt: A4I508

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
tRNA charging TRNA-CHARGING-PWY 6.1.1.6

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
MGGILFITIR SGEAQLQVLR QVNESFTKAD LRAFASTLHT GDILGATGVP GRTAKGELSL YATEASILAP YVCTDQALCP DLKGFVPLTD TGIKYRYRFV DMMSSPSVVQ RFRKRHAITR ALRDFLDARS FVEVETPVLH SVASGANAKP FVTHHNANDA DLFLRVAPEL HLKQCVVGGM ERVYEIGRVF RNEDADRSHN PEFTTCEFYA AYHTYKDLMT MTEEILRHLA LAANGTTKIT VTSCVEKKPV EIDLAQPFRR VNAYDAVQEA AGVELPPPTE LSTPRGLAYM SAIMLRYNIP LPSVRTAAKM FDKLIDYFIT DRVVEPTFVT DHPLFMSPLA MEQRTRPGLS ARFELFINGT EYCNAYSELN DPQEQYYRFQ QQLLDRQTGD DEAMALDETF LKALQVGLPP TAGWGMGIDR VAMLLNGSST IREDILFPLL RHDATSHDAK RRCKTASFFG FNHNMTLFCL NALEEEMLKR AAPTESLEKI RQLRQCLSTM QQRDMVTYAP EDGAPRGWRY EATMAVLRLF CYRGKY

NT Sequence
atgggtggta ttcttttcat caccatccgc agcggcgaag cccaactgca ggtgctgcgg caggtgaacg agtccttcac caaggctgac ctgcgtgcct ttgctagtac actgcacacg ggcgacatcc tcggtgccac cggcgtgccg ggtcgcaccg cgaaaggaga gctctccctc tacgcgacgg aggcctccat cttggcaccg tacgtctgca cagaccaggc gctgtgcccc gacctgaagg gcttcgtgcc gctcacggac accggcatca aataccgcta ccgctttgtc gacatgatgt ccagcccgtc cgtcgtgcag cgtttccgca agcgccacgc catcacgcgc gctctgcgcg actttctcga cgcgcgcagc ttcgtcgagg tggagacgcc ggtgctgcac tccgtcgcct caggtgccaa cgcgaagccg tttgtcacgc accacaacgc caacgacgcg gatctcttcc ttcgggtggc cccagagctt cacctgaaac agtgcgttgt gggcggcatg gagcgcgtgt acgagatcgg ccgcgtcttc cggaacgagg acgccgaccg cagccacaac cccgaattca ccacgtgcga gttctacgcc gcctatcaca cctacaagga tctgatgacc atgacggaag agatcctgcg ccacttggcg ctcgcggcga acggcaccac caaaatcact gtgacgtcgt gcgtggaaaa gaagccggtg gaaatcgacc ttgcgcagcc gtttcgccgc gtcaacgcgt acgacgcagt gcaggaggcg gccggcgtcg agctgccgcc cccgacagag ctgagtacgc cgcgtggact ggcatacatg tctgccatca tgctccgcta caacatcccg ctgccgtcgg tgcgcacggc tgccaagatg ttcgacaagc tcatcgacta cttcatcact gatcgcgtgg tggagccgac gttcgtgacg gaccatccgc tgttcatgag cccgctggcg atggagcagc gcacgcggcc ggggctgtcg gctcgtttcg agctattcat caatggcacc gagtactgca acgcgtacag cgagctgaat gacccgcagg agcagtacta ccgctttcag cagcagctgc tggacaggca aaccggcgac gacgaggcga tggcgctgga cgaaacgttt ctcaaggcgc tgcaggtcgg gctgccccca acggcggggt gggggatggg gatcgaccgc gtcgccatgc tcctcaacgg gtcctccacc atccgcgagg acattttgtt tccgctgctc cgccacgacg ccacgtcgca cgatgcaaaa cgtcggtgta agacggcctc ttttttcggc ttcaaccaca acatgacgct cttctgtctc aacgcgctcg aagaggagat gctgaagcgc gccgctccga cggagtcgct cgagaagatt cgccagctgc gccaatgcct gtccacgatg cagcagcgcg acatggtgac gtacgcgccc gaggatggcg caccgcgagg gtggcgctat gaggcaacca tggccgtgct ccgccttttc tgctaccgcg gaaagtactg a

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