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MygeA.19995.a: Uncharacterized protein MG134 (MG_134)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycoplasma genitalium ATCC 33530 / G-37 / NCTC 10195
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MygeA.19995.a
is community request: True
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_81204

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|243273.25.peg.146
UniProt: P47380

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
MSFKKIAEMM RQAERETKKK TLAFEQQAFE YNYKNGAIKI TILGDLTLKS INIDPVLIDA SDKVILEEMI IEATNEAVSD VKTKYDNLVE KTMPKVPGLF

NT Sequence
ATGAGTTTTA AAAAGATTGC TGAAATGATG CGTCAAGCAG AACGAGAAAC TAAGAAAAAA ACATTAGCGT TTGAACAACA AGCCTTTGAA TACAACTATA AAAATGGTGC GATTAAGATC ACTATTTTAG GTGATCTTAC ACTTAAATCA ATTAACATCG ATCCTGTTTT GATTGATGCA AGTGACAAAG TTATTCTAGA GGAGATGATT ATAGAAGCTA CTAATGAAGC GGTTAGTGAT GTGAAAACCA AGTATGATAA CTTAGTTGAG AAAACTATGC CAAAAGTTCC AGGTCTTTTC

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