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MyabA.01117.a: Putative acyl-CoA dehydrogenase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium abscessus ATCC 19977 / DSM 44196
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MyabA.01117.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Skin abscess
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_239169
PATRIC ID: fig|36809.5.peg.655
RefSeq: YP_001701367.1
UniProt: B1MH29

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MLIDLTPEQA KLQNDLRHYF SNLVTAEETR EMMIDRHGSS YEAVVRRMGQ DGWLGVGWPK EYGGHGFGPL EQQIFMNEVM RADVPMPLVT LQTVGPTLQK YGTEEQKKKF LPGILAGEIH FAIGYTEPEA GTDLASLRTT AVRDGDHYVV NGQKIFTTGA HQAQYIWLAC RTDPSAPKHK GISILIVDTK DPGYSWTPII TNDGAHHTNA TYYTDVRVPV EMLVGEENAG WKLITTQLNH ERVSLGPSGR IAGMYDRVYE WASKPGPDGV APLSHEDVRR VLGEMKAVWR LNELLNWQVA SSGDDISMAD AAATKILATE WIQKLGRLSE GVVGRYGDPA DANTAETLEW LDAQTKRHLV ITFGGGVNEV MREMVSTAGL GTPRVPR

NT Sequence
ATGCTAATTG ACCTCACGCC GGAACAGGCG AAGCTACAAA ATGATCTGCG GCACTACTTC TCGAATCTGG TGACCGCCGA AGAGACCCGC GAGATGATGA TCGACCGGCA TGGTTCGTCC TATGAGGCCG TGGTGCGCCG CATGGGACAG GACGGCTGGT TGGGAGTCGG TTGGCCCAAG GAATACGGTG GTCACGGATT CGGCCCGCTG GAACAGCAGA TCTTCATGAA CGAGGTCATG CGTGCCGATG TGCCGATGCC ACTGGTGACA CTGCAGACCG TTGGTCCGAC CCTGCAGAAG TACGGTACCG AGGAGCAGAA AAAGAAGTTT CTGCCGGGAA TCCTCGCCGG TGAAATCCAT TTCGCCATCG GGTACACCGA ACCGGAGGCC GGAACCGACC TCGCATCCTT GCGCACCACG GCGGTGCGCG ACGGCGATCA CTACGTCGTC AATGGGCAGA AGATCTTCAC CACCGGTGCG CATCAGGCGC AGTACATCTG GCTGGCCTGC CGCACCGACC CGAGCGCCCC TAAACACAAG GGCATCTCGA TTCTCATCGT CGACACCAAG GATCCGGGCT ATTCGTGGAC CCCGATCATC ACCAATGACG GCGCGCACCA CACCAATGCC ACCTATTACA CCGATGTGCG GGTTCCGGTG GAAATGCTGG TGGGCGAGGA AAACGCGGGC TGGAAGCTCA TCACGACCCA GCTGAACCAT GAGCGGGTCT CGCTCGGCCC GTCCGGGCGG ATCGCGGGCA TGTACGACCG CGTGTACGAG TGGGCGTCCA AGCCGGGGCC GGACGGTGTG GCGCCGTTGT CGCATGAGGA TGTGCGCCGG GTGCTGGGCG AGATGAAGGC CGTGTGGCGG CTCAACGAGT TGCTCAACTG GCAGGTCGCG TCATCGGGCG ACGACATCAG CATGGCCGAT GCCGCTGCGA CGAAGATCCT TGCCACTGAA TGGATTCAGA AACTCGGACG ACTGAGCGAG GGTGTGGTCG GGCGCTATGG CGATCCCGCT GACGCGAATA CCGCGGAGAC TCTCGAATGG CTTGATGCAC AGACCAAACG CCACCTGGTG ATCACCTTCG GTGGCGGCGT GAACGAGGTG ATGCGCGAGA TGGTGTCGAC GGCAGGATTG GGCACGCCGA GGGTTCCGCG A

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