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MyfoA.00236.a: FeS assembly ATPase SufC (Rv1747 ortholog)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium fortuitum ATCC 6841 / DSM 46621
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: MyfoA.00236.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|1214102.3.peg.4080
RefSeq: WP_003880859.1
UniProt: K0UT45

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
MTTLEIKDLH VSVNAAEGAE NTEIPILKGV DLTVKSGETH AVMGPNGSGK STLSYAIAGH PKYTVTSGSI TLDGQDVLEM SIDERARAGL FLAMQYPVEV PGVSMSNFLR TAATAVRGEA PKLRHWVKEV KAAMDDLEID PAFGERSVNE GFSGGEKKRH EILQLGLLKP KIAILDETDS GLDVDALRIV SEGVNRYAEA EHGGVLLITH YTRILRYIQP QFVHVFVGGR IVESGGPELA DELEENGYVR FTQAVGA

NT Sequence
atgaccactc tggaaatcaa ggacctgcac gtctcggtca acgccgccga aggcgctgag aacaccgaga tcccgatcct caagggtgtc gacctcaccg tgaagtcggg ggagacccac gcggtcatgg gccccaacgg ctcgggcaag tcgacgctgt cctacgccat cgccgggcat cccaagtaca ccgtcacctc cgggtccatc actctggacg gacaggacgt cctcgagatg agcatcgacg agcgggcgcg ggcaggcctg ttcctggcca tgcagtaccc cgtcgaggtg cccggggtgt cgatgtcgaa cttcctgcgc accgcggcca ccgcggtgcg cggcgaggcc ccgaagctgc ggcactgggt caaggaagtc aaggccgcga tggacgatct ggagatcgac ccggcgttcg gtgagcgcag cgtcaacgag ggattctccg gtggagagaa gaagcggcac gagatcctgc agctgggctt gctgaagccg aagatcgcga tcctcgacga gaccgactcg ggtctggacg tcgacgcgct gcgcatcgtc agcgagggcg tcaaccgcta cgcagaggcc gagcacggcg gcgtcctgct gatcacccac tacacccgga tcctgcgtta catccaaccg cagttcgtgc atgtgttcgt cggcggtcgc atcgtggaat cgggtgggcc ggaactcgcc gacgagctcg aagagaacgg atacgtgcgc ttcacccagg cggttggtgc ctga

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