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MyavA.00416.b: Molybdenum import ATP-binding protein ModC

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium avium 104
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MyavA.00416.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_127485
PATRIC ID: fig|243243.7.peg.2793
RefSeq: YP_882046.1
UniProt: A0A0H3A0D5

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
3.6.3.29
7.3.2.5

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
MSELQLRAVV SQRRFEVEFS VAAGEVLAVL GPNGAGKSTA LHVIAGLLRP DRGLVRVGDR VLTDTAAGID VPTHDRRVGL LLQDALLFPH MSVAANVAFG PHSRRPMWRR GRRAEKATAL RWLREVDAEP LADRKPRQLS GGQAQRVAIA RALAAEPDVL LLDEPLAGLD VAAAAAIRAV LRRVVTRIGC AAMLVTHDLL DVFTLADRVL VLESGRIAEI GPVADVLTAP RSHFAARVAG VNLVNGTAEG DGALLARSGA RWYAAPAAPA GPLASGQRAV AVFPPTAVAV YREQPHGSPR NTVEVTVAEM DVRGAAVLVR GAQQPDGAPG LAAEITVDAA SELRLTPGDR VWFSVKAHEV VLYPATAAAE R

NT Sequence
ATGAGCGAAT TGCAGCTGCG CGCGGTCGTC TCGCAACGGC GCTTCGAGGT GGAGTTCTCG GTGGCCGCCG GGGAGGTGCT GGCGGTGCTG GGTCCCAACG GCGCGGGCAA GTCGACGGCC CTACACGTCA TCGCCGGGCT GTTGCGCCCC GACCGTGGGC TGGTGCGGGT GGGGGACCGG GTGTTGACCG ACACCGCGGC CGGGATCGAC GTGCCGACGC ACGACCGCCG GGTCGGACTG CTGCTGCAGG ACGCCTTGCT GTTCCCGCAT ATGAGCGTCG CCGCCAACGT CGCGTTCGGG CCGCACAGTC GCCGGCCGAT GTGGCGCCGG GGCCGCCGGG CGGAGAAGGC CACCGCCTTG CGCTGGCTGC GGGAGGTGGA CGCCGAGCCG CTCGCGGACC GAAAACCGCG ACAACTCTCC GGCGGGCAGG CGCAGCGGGT CGCGATCGCG CGGGCGCTGG CCGCCGAACC CGACGTGTTG CTGCTCGACG AGCCGTTGGC CGGTCTCGAC GTCGCGGCGG CCGCGGCGAT CCGGGCGGTG CTGCGCAGGG TCGTCACCCG CATCGGCTGC GCGGCGATGC TGGTCACCCA CGACCTGCTG GACGTGTTCA CGTTGGCCGA TCGGGTGCTG GTGCTCGAAT CCGGCAGGAT CGCCGAAATC GGCCCGGTGG CTGACGTTTT GACCGCGCCG CGCAGTCATT TCGCGGCACG GGTCGCGGGG GTGAACCTGG TCAACGGGAC CGCCGAGGGC GACGGTGCCC TGCTCGCGCG CTCCGGTGCC CGCTGGTATG CCGCCCCGGC GGCGCCCGCC GGCCCGCTCG CGTCCGGCCA GCGCGCCGTC GCGGTTTTCC CGCCGACGGC GGTGGCCGTC TATCGCGAGC AGCCGCACGG CAGTCCCCGC AACACTGTCG AGGTGACGGT CGCCGAGATG GACGTCCGCG GGGCGGCGGT GTTGGTGCGC GGCGCTCAGC AACCCGACGG CGCGCCGGGG CTGGCGGCCG AGATCACCGT GGACGCCGCT TCGGAATTGC GGTTGACGCC GGGGGACCGG GTGTGGTTCT CGGTCAAAGC CCATGAAGTG GTGCTGTATC CGGCAACGGC CGCGGCGGAA CGC

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