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MyabA.17818.a: Putative serine/threonine protein kinase (Rv0015c ortholog)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium abscessus ATCC 19977 / DSM 44196
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: MyabA.17818.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
PATRIC ID: fig|36809.5.peg.1169
RefSeq: YP_001701875.1
UniProt: B1MKC9

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.7.11.1

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
MPVPGEEFHG YVVGSLAGRG GTAQVYLAHR VDDGFEVALK VLELRHRNPE NIDRLHREFD LAQRFSHPRI VTVFERGQDW LTMEALTGGS AKDLVGTNQS WIIPLKLTLL QQIAGALDFI HDEQVVHCDV KPSNIMRTRS GSAVLTDFGI AQELAHADGP RRPVVQTSLP YAAPEVLRGQ PVTAATDQYA LACTAVELFD GKPPFTARTM LKLADMHLNA APWPISYRHK YIPRAFDSIV AKAMSKDPLS RYPTCTEFIT LLTHAMT

NT Sequence
atgccggttc cgggtgaaga gttccacggt tatgtcgtcg gttccctcgc gggccgtggc gggacggcgc aggtgtatct cgcacaccgc gtcgacgacg gatttgaggt tgccctgaag gtgctcgaac tgcggcatcg gaacccggag aacattgacc ggctgcaccg ggaattcgat ttggcccaac ggttttcaca tccgcgcatc gtcacggtct tcgaacgcgg ccaggattgg ctgaccatgg aggcgctcac cggcggctcc gccaaggacc tggtgggcac gaaccagagt tggatcatcc ctctgaaact gactctgctg caacaaatcg ccggagccct ggacttcatc cacgacgaac aggtcgtaca ttgcgacgtc aagccgtcca acatcatgcg cacgcgctcg ggcagcgccg tactcaccga tttcggcatc gcccaggaac tcgcccatgc cgatgggcca cggcggcccg ttgtgcagac atcgctgccc tacgcggcac ccgaggtact gcgcgggcaa cctgtgacgg ccgccaccga tcagtatgcg ctggcctgca ccgcggtgga actgttcgat ggcaaacctc cgttcaccgc gcgcaccatg ctcaaactcg ccgatatgca cctcaacgcc gcgccgtggc caatctcata ccgccataaa tacatccccc gtgctttcga ttccatcgtc gccaaggcaa tgtccaagga tccgttaagt cgctacccga catgtacgga gttcataaca cttttgacac acgcgatgac ctaa

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