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MyfoA.18665.a: ABC transporter

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium fortuitum ATCC 6841 / DSM 46621
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MyfoA.18665.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
MyfoA.18665.a.B2.GE40125 MythA crystallizable fragment 36 406 GE40125
* 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
PATRIC ID: fig|1214102.3.peg.1077
UniProt: K0VC89

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
MPLPVEAARI GATGWQITRT GVRVAANMFG RGSLQQKIIK QVPQTFSDLG PTYVKFGQII ASSPGAFGEP LSREFRGLLD RVPPADTDEV HKLFVEELGE EPTKLFKSFD EKPFASASIA QVHYATLHSG EEVVVKIQRP GIRRRVAADL QILKRGAQLV ELAKLGRRLS AQDVVADFAD NLAEELDFRL EAQSMDAWVS HMHASPLGEN IRVPQVYWDL TSQRVLTMER VTGVRIDDVA AIRKKGFDGT ELVKALLFSV FEGGLKHGLF HGDLHAGNLY VDDDGKIVFF DFGIMGRIDP RTRWLLRELV YALLVKKDHA AAGKIVVLMG AVGTVKPEGE AAKDLEAFAT PLTMKSLGDM SYAEIGRQLS ALADAYDVKL PRELVLIGKQ FLYVERYMKL LAPKWQMMND PQLTGYFANF MVDISREHKE NGDGIEA

NT Sequence
gtgccgctgc ccgtcgaagc cgctcgtatc ggcgccaccg gatggcagat cacccgcacc ggggtccgtg tcgctgccaa catgttcggg cgcggatctc tgcagcagaa gatcatcaag caggtgccgc agacgttctc ggacctgggc cccacctacg tcaagttcgg ccagatcatc gcgtcgagcc cgggggcctt cggtgagccg ctgagccgcg agttccgcgg cctgctcgac cgggtgccac cggccgacac cgatgaggtg cacaagctct tcgtcgagga gctcggcgaa gagcccacca aactgttcaa gagtttcgac gagaagccgt tcgcgtcggc ctcgatcgcc caggtgcact acgccacgct gcacagcggc gaggaggtgg tggtcaagat ccagcgtccc gggatccgcc gccgcgtcgc tgccgatctg cagattctca agcgcggcgc acagctggtg gagctggcca agctgggcag acggctctcc gcgcaggacg tggtggccga cttcgccgac aacctggccg aggagctcga tttccggctg gaagcacagt cgatggacgc ctgggtgtcg cacatgcacg cctctccgct gggcgagaac atccgggtcc ctcaggtgta ctgggacctg accagccagc gggtgctgac gatggagcgg gtcaccgggg tacgcatcga cgacgtggcc gccatccgca agaagggctt cgacggaacc gagctggtca aggccctttt gttcagcgtg ttcgagggcg gtctcaaaca cggcctgttc cacggcgacc tgcacgcggg caacctctac gtcgacgacg acggcaagat cgtgttcttc gatttcggca tcatgggccg gatcgacccc cgcacgcggt ggttgttgcg cgaactggtc tatgccctgc tggtcaagaa ggaccacgcg gcggcgggca agatcgtggt gctgatgggg gccgtaggaa cggtgaagcc cgagggcgag gccgccaagg acctcgaggc gtttgctacc ccgctgacca tgaagtcgct gggcgatatg tcatacgccg aaatcggcag gcagctgtcg gcgctggccg acgcctatga cgtcaagttg ccccgtgaac tggtgttgat cggcaagcag ttcctctacg tcgagcggta catgaagctg ctggccccga agtggcagat gatgaacgat ccccagctca ccgggtactt cgccaacttc atggtcgaca tcagccgcga acacaaggaa aacggcgacg ggatcgaggc ctga

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