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MyavA.00185.b: Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium avium 104
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MyavA.00185.b
is community request: False
associated disease: Johne's disease, paratuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_129653
PATRIC ID: fig|243243.7.peg.4167
RefSeq: YP_883384.1
UniProt: A0A0H2ZSD9

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MAGWAGNPDF DLFQLPEEHQ ELRAAIRALA EKEIAPHAAD VDENSRFPQE ALEALNAAGF NAVHVPEEYG GQGADSVAAC IVIEEVARVD TSASLIPAVN KLGTMGLILR GSDELKKQVL PSIADGSAMA SYALSEREAG SDAASMRTRA RADGDDWILN GAKCWITNGG KSSWYTVMAV TDPDKGANGI SSFMVHKDDE GFTVGPKEKK LGIKGSPTTE LYFENCRIPG DRIIGEPGTG FKTALATLDH TRPTIGAQAV GIAQGALDAA IAYTKERKQF GRPVSDNQGV QFMLADMAMK VESARLMVYH AAARAERGES HLGFISAASK CLASDVAMEV TTDAVQLFGG YGYTQDFPVE RMMRDAKITQ IYEGTNQIQR VVMSRALLR

NT Sequence
ATGGCTGGAT GGGCCGGAAA CCCCGACTTC GATCTGTTCC AACTGCCCGA GGAGCACCAG GAGCTGCGTG CCGCGATCCG GGCGCTGGCG GAAAAGGAGA TCGCTCCGCA CGCCGCCGAC GTGGACGAGA ACTCCCGGTT CCCGCAGGAG GCGCTGGAGG CGTTGAACGC GGCGGGGTTC AACGCCGTGC ACGTGCCGGA GGAGTACGGC GGGCAGGGCG CCGACTCGGT GGCGGCCTGC ATCGTCATCG AGGAGGTCGC CCGCGTCGAC ACCTCGGCGT CGCTGATCCC CGCGGTCAAC AAGCTGGGCA CCATGGGGCT GATCCTGCGC GGCTCCGACG AGCTGAAGAA GCAGGTGCTG CCGTCGATCG CGGACGGCTC GGCGATGGCG TCCTACGCGC TCTCCGAGCG CGAGGCCGGC AGCGACGCGG CGTCGATGCG CACCCGGGCC CGCGCCGACG GGGACGACTG GATCCTCAAC GGCGCCAAGT GCTGGATCAC CAACGGCGGC AAGTCGAGCT GGTACACGGT GATGGCGGTG ACCGATCCGG ACAAGGGCGC CAACGGCATC TCGTCGTTCA TGGTGCACAA GGACGACGAG GGCTTCACCG TCGGGCCCAA GGAGAAGAAG CTCGGCATCA AGGGCTCGCC GACCACCGAG CTGTACTTCG AGAACTGCCG CATCCCGGGC GACCGGATCA TCGGCGAGCC GGGCACGGGC TTCAAGACCG CGCTGGCGAC GCTGGACCAC ACCCGGCCCA CCATCGGCGC CCAGGCCGTC GGGATCGCGC AGGGCGCGCT GGACGCCGCC ATCGCATACA CCAAGGAGCG CAAGCAGTTC GGCCGACCGG TCAGCGACAA CCAGGGTGTG CAGTTCATGC TCGCTGACAT GGCGATGAAG GTGGAGTCGG CCCGGCTGAT GGTGTACCAC GCCGCCGCCC GCGCCGAGCG CGGCGAATCG CACCTGGGGT TCATCTCCGC GGCGTCGAAG TGCCTGGCGT CCGACGTCGC GATGGAGGTG ACCACGGACG CGGTGCAGCT GTTCGGCGGC TACGGGTACA CGCAGGACTT CCCGGTCGAG CGGATGATGC GCGACGCCAA GATCACCCAG ATCTACGAGG GCACCAATCA GATTCAGCGG GTGGTGATGT CGCGGGCGCT GTTGCGC

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