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MasyA.00765.a: Flavohemoglobin; nitric oxide oxidoreductase; yeast protein YHB1 ortholog

Target Characteristics

from organism: Malassezia sympodialis ATCC 42132
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MasyA.00765.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: unclassified
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
non-BEI

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
UniProt: M5E7R5

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
MFVNHIDECR GQLSPEHGEV IKATLPLVGA NIENITKLFY KTMFEKHPEL IRNVFNRGNQ KQGAQQKALA ASVATFASML VNKDAPLPDH LLSRIGHKHV SLGVTEDQYQ IVHDNLFYAI VQVLGADVVT KDVAEAWDSV YWIMARLLIN FEKDLYKGAK VEPGKVFRQT TVLEREALTS DVVRFTIESK DGSKPLPAHL PGQYISVRAK LPDGAGQLRQ YSLVDSGEKP GRLSFAVKAL EASESAPAGE VSNWLVDNAK VGTDLEVSVP FGDLVLNTES NAPVVLISAG IGATPMIGML SRLSSVASER HVVIVHADTN SGTDAFATHR EHLASALKNY ELHVFYKEGA SGKNVTIGHL DVSKFAFPND AEFYLCGSTT FLQEAREGLK ANNVKPSSVH FELFMPNDWL LDE

NT Sequence
atgtttgtga accatattga tgaatgccga gggcagcttt ctccagaaca cggtgaagtg atcaaggcca cgcttcctct tgtgggtgct aacattgaga acatcacaaa attgttctac aagactatgt tcgagaaaca tccagagctc attaggaatg tgttcaaccg tggtaaccaa aaacaaggtg cacagcagaa agcactcgct gcttcagtgg ctacgttcgc ctcgatgctg gtgaacaaag atgcgccgct tcctgaccac ctactgtctc gcattggcca caagcacgtg tcattgggtg tgacagagga tcagtaccaa attgttcacg acaatctttt ctatgcaatt gttcaggtac ttggtgctga tgtagtgacg aaggatgtgg cagaggcatg ggactctgta tactggatta tggcgcgtct attgatcaac ttcgagaagg acctctataa gggtgctaaa gtggaacctg gcaaagtgtt ccgccaaact accgtgctgg agcgtgaggc ccttactagt gatgtggtcc gcttcactat tgaaagtaag gacggctcga agccccttcc tgctcactta cctggtcagt acatttctgt ccgtgcgaaa ctccctgatg gtgctggcca gctgcgccag tacagtctgg tcgattcggg ggagaagcct ggtcgtctaa gctttgctgt gaaggcgctg gaagcgtccg agtcagcacc tgctggcgaa gtttccaact ggcttgtgga taacgcaaaa gtgggcaccg atctggaggt gtcagtgccg ttcggtgatt tggtgctcaa cacagagagc aatgcgccag tggttctgat ctccgctggc attggtgcga ccccgatgat tggcatgctt tcccgtctgt cgtcagttgc ctcagaacgc catgtcgtta ttgtgcatgc ggataccaat tcgggtactg acgcctttgc gactcatcgg gagcacttgg catcagcttt gaagaactat gaattacacg ttttctacaa ggaaggtgcc tctggcaaaa atgtcactat tggccacttg gatgtaagca aattcgcttt cccgaatgac gccgagtttt acttgtgtgg ctctaccact ttccttcagg aagctcgcga aggtctgaag gccaacaatg tgaagccgag ctcggtccac ttcgagctgt ttatgcctaa cgactggctt cttgacgaat aa

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