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MyavA.18665.a: ABC1 family protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium avium 104
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MyavA.18665.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Johne's disease, paratuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MyavA.18665.a.B2.GE40286 MythA crystallizable domain 42 412 GE40286
* 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.

Proteins

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MyavA.18665.a.MB1.PS02390 full length 1 444

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|243243.7.peg.4434
RefSeq: YP_883648.1
UniProt: A0A0H2ZZK5

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
MAKLDRVPLP VEAARVAATG WQVTRSAARV LTKLPAKGPW QQKVIKQLPQ TFADLGPTYV KFGQIIASSP GAFGESLSRE FRGLLDRVPP ADPDEVHKLF LEELGADPSE LFASWDETPF ASASIAQVHY ATLHTGEEVV VKIQRPGIRR RVAADLQILK RFAQAVELAK LGRRLSAQDV VADFSDNLAE ELNFRLEAQS MEAWVSHLHA SPLGKNIRVP QVYWDFTTDR VLTMERVSGI RIDDVAAVRK AGFDGVELVK ALLFSLFEGG LRHGLFHGDL HAGNLYVDEA GRIVFFDFGI MGRIDPRTRW LLRELVYALL VKKDHAAAGK IVVLMGAVGT VKPEAQAAKD LEKFATPLTM QTLGDMSYAD IGRQLSALAD AYDVKLPREL VLIGKQFLYV ERYMKLLAPK WQMMSDPQLT GYFANFMVEV SREHSSEFES DVEV

NT Sequence
gtggccaagc tcgaccgggt gccgttgccg gtcgaggcgg cccgggtagc ggcgaccggt tggcaggtca cccgctccgc cgctcgcgtc ctcaccaagc tgccggccaa gggcccgtgg cagcagaagg tgatcaagca gctcccccag acgttcgccg acctggggcc cacctacgtc aagttcgggc agatcatcgc gtccagcccc ggcgcgttcg gcgaatcgct gtcccgggag ttccgcggcc tgctggaccg ggtgccgccc gccgaccccg acgaggtgca caagctgttc ctcgaggagc tcggggccga cccgtccgag ctgttcgcca gctgggacga gaccccgttc gcctcggcgt ccatcgccca ggtgcactac gccaccctgc acaccggcga ggaggtcgtc gtcaagatcc agcggccggg catccgccgc cgggtcgccg ccgacctgca gatcctcaag cgcttcgccc aggccgtcga gctggccaag ctgggccgcc ggctgtccgc ccaggacgtg gtcgccgact tctccgacaa cctggccgag gagctgaatt tccggctgga ggcccagtcg atggaggcct gggtgtcgca cctgcacgcc tcgccgctgg gcaaaaacat ccgggtgccg caggtgtact gggacttcac caccgaccgg gtgctgacca tggagcgggt gtccgggatc cgcatcgacg acgtcgccgc ggtccgcaag gccgggttcg acggggttga gctggtcaag gcgctgctgt tcagcctgtt cgagggcggg ctgcggcacg gcctgttcca cggcgacctg cacgccggca acctctacgt cgacgaggcg ggccgcatcg tgttcttcga cttcggcatc atgggccgca tcgacccgcg cacccgctgg ctgctgcgcg agctggtgta tgcgctgctg gtcaagaagg accacgccgc ggccggcaag atcgtggtgc tgatgggcgc cgtgggcacc gtgaaacccg aagcccaggc cgccaaggac ctggagaaat tcgccacccc gctgaccatg cagaccctgg gcgacatgtc ctatgccgac atcggccgcc agctgtcggc gctggccgac gcctacgacg tcaagctgcc ccgcgagctg gtgctgatcg gcaagcagtt cctctacgtc gagcgctaca tgaagctgct ggcacccaag tggcagatga tgtcggatcc gcaattgacc gggtatttcg ccaacttcat ggtcgaggtc agccgcgagc actcctccga gttcgaatcc gacgtcgagg tctag

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