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MygeA.01234.a: Cell division protein FtsZ (MG_224)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycoplasma genitalium ATCC 33530 / G-37 / NCTC 10195
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: MygeA.01234.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: unclassified
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
C

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_10505

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|243273.25.peg.260
UniProt: P47466

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
MDENETQFNK LNQVKNKLKI GVFGIGGAGN NIVDASLYHY PNLASENIHF YAINSDLQHL AFKTNVKNKL LIQDHTNKGF GAGGDPAKGA SLAISFQEQF NTLTDGYDFC ILVAGFGKGT GTGATPVFSK ILKTKKILNV AIVTYPSLNE GLTVRNKATK GLEILNKATD SYMLFCNEKC TNGIYQLANT EIVSAIKNLI ELITIPLQQN IDFEDVRAFF QTKKTNQDQQ LFTVTHPFSF SFDSKDSIEQ FAKQFKNFEK VSYFDHSIVG AKKVLLKANI NQKIVKLNFK QIQDIIWTKI DNYQLEIRLG VDFVTTIPNI QIFILSEHKN PVSLPIDNKS TENNQNKLKL LDELKELGMK YVKHQNQIY

NT Sequence
ATGGATGAAA ATGAAACTCA ATTCAACAAG TTAAACCAAG TTAAAAACAA GCTGAAAATT GGTGTTTTTG GGATTGGAGG TGCTGGTAAT AACATTGTTG ATGCATCACT TTATCACTAT CCTAATTTAG CAAGTGAAAA CATCCACTTT TATGCTATAA ATTCAGATTT ACAACACCTT GCATTTAAAA CGAATGTTAA AAATAAACTC TTAATTCAAG ACCATACTAA CAAGGGCTTT GGAGCGGGGG GTGATCCAGC TAAAGGAGCT AGTTTAGCAA TAAGCTTTCA AGAACAGTTT AATACACTTA CAGATGGGTA TGATTTTTGT ATCTTAGTTG CTGGATTTGG TAAGGGTACT GGTACAGGTG CTACCCCAGT TTTTAGCAAG ATCTTAAAAA CTAAGAAGAT CTTAAATGTT GCTATTGTTA CCTATCCATC TTTAAACGAG GGATTAACAG TGAGAAACAA AGCCACTAAG GGGCTTGAAA TTCTCAACAA AGCAACTGAT AGTTACATGC TATTTTGTAA TGAAAAATGT ACAAATGGTA TCTACCAACT AGCAAACACA GAGATAGTCA GTGCCATTAA AAACCTAATA GAACTAATTA CTATTCCTTT GCAGCAAAAC ATTGATTTTG AAGATGTACG TGCCTTTTTT CAAACCAAAA AAACTAACCA AGATCAACAG CTTTTTACTG TTACTCACCC CTTTAGTTTT AGCTTTGATA GTAAAGATAG TATAGAACAG TTTGCTAAAC AGTTTAAGAA CTTTGAAAAA GTTAGTTATT TTGACCACTC TATAGTAGGA GCTAAAAAAG TGTTATTGAA AGCTAACATT AACCAAAAGA TAGTCAAGCT TAACTTCAAG CAGATCCAAG ATATTATCTG AACTAAAATT GACAACTACC AACTTGAGAT TAGGTTAGGG GTTGATTTTG TGACAACCAT CCCTAATATC CAAATTTTTA TCCTCAGTGA ACACAAAAAT CCAGTTTCGC TTCCCATTGA TAATAAATCA ACTGAAAACA ACCAAAATAA GTTGAAACTT TTAGATGAGC TGAAAGAACT TGGCATGAAA TATGTTAAGC ACCAAAACCA AATCTAC

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