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MyavA.00572.a: ABC transporter, ATP-binding protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium avium 104
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MyavA.00572.a
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_168856
PATRIC ID: fig|243243.7.peg.1335
RefSeq: YP_880606.1
UniProt: A0A0H3A4B4

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
MATDGFAPIE IRGLTKNFGA VRALDGLDLT VREGEVHGFL GPNGAGKSTT IRILLGLVKA DGGTVRLLGG DPWTQAVELH RQIAYVPGDV TLWPSLTGGE IIDLLARMRG GIDKRRRAEL IERFDLDPHK KARTYSKGNR QKVSLISAFS SRARLLLLDE PSSGLDPLME NVFQQCVAQA RDRGTTVLLS SHILAETEAL CERVTIIRAG KTIESGSLSS MRHLSRTSIK AEMTGDPGDL RRIKGVEDIS IEGNTLRAQV DSESLGELIR VLGDAGVRSL VSQPPTLEEL FLRHYDTSGT DGERGAHEAE VSLS

NT Sequence
ATGGCAACTG ACGGTTTTGC GCCCATCGAG ATCCGCGGGC TCACCAAGAA CTTCGGTGCG GTGCGGGCAC TGGACGGTCT CGACCTCACC GTGCGGGAGG GAGAAGTCCA CGGTTTCCTG GGGCCCAACG GCGCCGGCAA GTCGACCACG ATCCGCATCC TGCTGGGACT GGTGAAAGCC GACGGCGGCA CGGTGCGGCT GCTGGGCGGC GACCCGTGGA CCCAGGCCGT CGAACTGCAT CGCCAAATCG CTTATGTTCC AGGCGATGTC ACGCTGTGGC CGTCACTGAC CGGCGGCGAG ATCATCGACC TGCTGGCCCG GATGCGCGGC GGCATCGACA AGAGGCGCCG CGCCGAGCTG ATCGAGCGCT TCGACCTCGA CCCGCACAAG AAGGCACGCA CCTACTCCAA GGGCAACCGG CAGAAGGTTT CGCTGATTTC GGCGTTCTCG TCGCGCGCCC GGCTGCTGCT CTTGGACGAG CCCAGCAGCG GCCTGGACCC GTTGATGGAG AACGTTTTTC AACAGTGCGT GGCGCAGGCC CGCGACCGGG GCACCACGGT GCTGCTGTCC AGCCACATCC TGGCCGAGAC GGAGGCGTTG TGCGAAAGGG TGACGATCAT CCGGGCCGGC AAGACCATCG AAAGCGGTTC GCTGAGCTCG ATGCGGCATC TGAGCCGCAC CTCGATCAAG GCCGAAATGA CCGGTGACCC CGGTGATCTC AGGCGGATCA AGGGCGTCGA GGACATCAGC ATCGAGGGCA ACACGCTGCG CGCGCAGGTC GACAGCGAAA GCCTCGGTGA GCTCATCCGG GTGCTCGGGG ATGCTGGGGT GCGCAGTCTG GTCAGCCAGC CCCCGACCCT CGAGGAGCTC TTCCTGCGCC ACTACGACAC CTCCGGGACC GACGGCGAGC GCGGAGCCCA CGAGGCCGAG GTGTCGCTGT CA

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