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MyavA.01549.a: Pyruvate phosphate dikinase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium avium 104
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MyavA.01549.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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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MyavA.01549.a.A1.GE29132 Full length( MyavA.01549.a ) 1 521 GE29132
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_127082
PATRIC ID: fig|243243.7.peg.1232
RefSeq: YP_880504.1
UniProt: A0A0H2ZWU3

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, NADP-ME type PWY-241 2.7.9.1
starch plastidic translocation I PWY-6240 2.7.9.1
L-glutamine biosynthesis III PWY-6549 2.7.9.1
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, NAD-ME type PWY-7115 2.7.9.1
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, PEPCK type PWY-7117 2.7.9.1

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
MVLLDGTSSH PRELLGNKGH GIEVMRRHHL PVPPAFCLTT AVGLRYLADP AATMDAVWDD VLDRIGWLQA QTSRAFGRGP HPLLVSVRSG ATQSMPGMMD TLLNLGINDS VEQALAAEHG PAFARDTHRR FREMYRRIVG VERPVPSDPY TQLRAGIEAV FASWNSPRAR AYRAHYGFAD RHGTAVVVQA MVFGNHGPNS GAGAFFSRNP ITGDDEPFGE WLPGGQGDDV VSGSVDVEPI AALRDEQPAV YDQLMAAART LERLDRDVQE IEFTVEDGAL WLLQTRAAER SAQAAVRSAL QLRREGLIDD AETLRRVTPA HVRSLLMPAL QPEIRLTAPL LAKGLPACPG VVSGTAYADV DEALHAAERG EPVILVRDHT RPEDVSGMLA ARGIVTEVGG AASHAAVVSR ELGRVAVVGC GAGVAAMLAG RRITVDGAEG EVREGELSLS AWSENDTPEL RELAEIARLI SPLRAHSGGD HPRLDDDSES AVRAALAAGQ TDVVSPTPLL VMLTALRQGA P

NT Sequence
GTGGTGTTGC TGGACGGCAC ATCGAGCCAC CCCCGCGAGC TGCTGGGTAA CAAGGGCCAC GGCATCGAGG TGATGCGCCG CCACCACCTG CCGGTGCCGC CCGCGTTCTG CCTCACCACC GCGGTGGGCC TGCGGTATCT GGCCGACCCC GCGGCGACGA TGGACGCCGT CTGGGACGAC GTGCTGGACC GGATCGGCTG GCTGCAGGCG CAAACCTCGC GCGCGTTCGG GCGGGGCCCG CACCCGCTGC TGGTCAGCGT GCGCTCCGGG GCCACCCAGT CGATGCCCGG GATGATGGAC ACCCTGTTGA ACCTCGGCAT CAACGACTCC GTGGAGCAGG CGCTGGCCGC CGAGCACGGC CCGGCGTTCG CCCGCGACAC CCACCGGCGG TTCCGCGAGA TGTACCGGCG CATCGTGGGT GTCGAGCGGC CGGTGCCGTC CGACCCGTAC ACGCAATTGC GCGCCGGCAT CGAGGCGGTG TTCGCGTCGT GGAACTCCCC GCGCGCCCGC GCCTACCGCG CCCATTACGG TTTCGCCGAC CGGCACGGCA CCGCCGTCGT CGTGCAGGCC ATGGTGTTCG GCAATCACGG CCCCAATTCC GGTGCGGGAG CATTCTTTTC GCGCAACCCG ATCACCGGGG ACGACGAGCC GTTCGGCGAG TGGCTGCCCG GGGGCCAGGG CGACGACGTG GTGTCGGGAT CGGTCGACGT GGAACCGATC GCCGCGCTGC GCGACGAGCA GCCGGCCGTC TACGACCAGC TGATGGCCGC CGCCCGGACG CTGGAGCGGT TGGACCGTGA CGTCCAGGAG ATCGAGTTCA CCGTCGAGGA CGGCGCCCTG TGGTTGCTGC AGACCAGGGC GGCGGAACGC TCGGCGCAGG CGGCGGTGCG CTCGGCGCTG CAGCTGCGAC GCGAGGGGCT GATCGACGAC GCCGAGACGC TGCGGCGGGT CACCCCGGCG CACGTGCGGT CGCTGCTGAT GCCCGCCCTG CAACCCGAAA TACGTTTGAC GGCACCACTT CTGGCCAAGG GCCTACCTGC CTGCCCCGGC GTGGTATCCG GCACGGCCTA CGCCGACGTC GACGAGGCGC TGCACGCCGC CGAGCGGGGC GAACCGGTGA TCCTGGTGCG CGACCACACC CGGCCCGAAG ACGTGTCGGG CATGCTGGCC GCGCGGGGCA TCGTCACCGA GGTGGGCGGC GCGGCCAGCC ATGCGGCGGT GGTCAGCCGG GAACTGGGCC GGGTGGCCGT GGTGGGTTGC GGCGCCGGGG TGGCCGCGAT GCTGGCGGGC CGGCGGATCA CCGTCGACGG CGCCGAAGGC GAAGTGCGCG AAGGCGAATT GTCCCTGTCC GCGTGGTCCG AGAACGACAC GCCGGAGCTG CGGGAGCTGG CCGAGATCGC GCGGCTGATC AGCCCGCTGC GCGCCCATTC CGGCGGCGAC CATCCGCGGC TGGACGACGA CTCCGAGAGC GCCGTGCGCG CGGCCCTGGC CGCCGGGCAG ACCGACGTGG TCTCGCCCAC CCCGCTGCTG GTCATGCTGA CCGCGCTGCG CCAGGGCGCG CCG

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