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MayaA.00765.a: Flavohemoglobin

Target Characteristics

from organism: Malassezia yamatoensis
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: MayaA.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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Structures

image of structure for 6O0A
6O0A
Deposited: 2/15/2019
Determination: XRay
Diffraction Image
Clone: MayaA.00765.a.TH11.GE42484
Protein: MayaA.00765.a.TH11.PD38344

Publications by SSGCID

HGT in the human and skin commensal Malassezia: A bacterially derived flavohemoglobin is required for NO resistance and host interaction
Fox D, Myler PJ, Heitman J, Smutney H, Ianiri G, Coelho M, Ruchti F, Sparber F, McMahon TJ, Fu C, Bolejack M, Donovan O, LeibundGut-Landmann S, Dietrich FS
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. - 2020
volume 117, issue 27, pages 15884-15894
PMID: 32576698; PMCID: PMC7354939
PDB: 6O0A

External Resources

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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
MLSTKSQPVI QATLPVIAER IPHITPVFYG DMLQARPDLL DGMFSRSAQR DGTQARALAG SIAIFAQWIL QHPNTFPEEM LSRVANKHAS LGLQPDEYDT VYKYLFGAIA KDLGDAATPD IVEAWTEVYW LLARALINLE RKLYAQQANN IVRAKFKLVK RTQVTKDVVD MVFEPADNTA MTPGKAGQYI SIYARTSDGL LQPRQFTLLP SEETQRRIAI KLDPHGEMTT IFQNQEVGAL LDISNPYGDM TLETLETDPN SPLVLICAGI GVTPVLAFVE KLAAQKSERE VMIIASSRSL AEAPLRGELL ERAKELKKAK VLYGTTQEKD GDFVGRIDVS TLDIPANASV FLCGPLKFMQ EMRSHLVEAG IAKHKIFYEI FGTDQWMLHD QNRSE

NT Sequence
atgctaagca ccaagtccca accagttatt caagcgacac ttccggtgat tgcggaacgt attccgcata ttactccagt gttctatggg gatatgctcc aggcgcgacc ggaccttctt gatgggatgt tttcacgctc agcgcaacgc gacggtacac aggcgcgtgc tctagcagga tccattgcta tatttgcgca atggattctg cagcatccta atacttttcc ggaagaaatg ttgtcgcgcg tagcaaacaa gcatgcatct ttaggtctgc agcctgacga gtacgacacc gtatacaagt atctattcgg tgccatcgca aaagatcttg gcgatgctgc tactccagac attgtcgagg cttggacgga agtgtattgg ctcttggcac gtgcgttgat caatctcgag cgcaagctct atgcgcaaca ggcaaacaac attgtacgcg caaagttcaa gttagtgaag cggacacagg tgacgaaaga tgttgtggac atggtgtttg agcctgcaga caacacagca atgacaccgg gaaaagctgg tcaatacatt tccatctacg cgcgtaccag tgacggattg ttgcagccgc gtcaattcac tctgttacca tctgaggaga ctcaacgtcg tatcgcgatc aagctggatc cgcacggtga aatgacaacg atttttcaga accaagaagt gggtgcattg ctggacatat ccaatccgta tggtgacatg acgctggaga ctctggaaac cgacccgaac agccctctcg ttttaatttg tgctgggatc ggtgtcaccc ctgtgttggc gttcgtcgag aagcttgcag cacagaaatc tgagcgggaa gtgatgatta tagcatcatc ccgttcattg gcagaggctc ctctacgagg cgaattactt gagcgcgcca aagaattgaa gaaggcaaag gttctgtacg gtacgacgca ggaaaaagat ggagactttg ttgggcgaat cgatgtctca actcttgaca tccctgctaa tgcgtcggta ttcttgtgcg gacctttgaa attcatgcag gagatgcgca gtcatttggt ggaagcaggc attgcgaaac acaagatctt ttatgaaatc tttggtacgg atcaatggat gctccacgat cagaatcggt ccgagtag

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