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MyleA.18249.a: PROBABLE CYTOCHROME P450 130 CYP130

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium leprae Br4923
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MyleA.18249.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Hansen's disease, leprosy
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_132455
PATRIC ID: fig|561304.4.peg.3945
RefSeq: YP_002504021.1
UniProt: A0A0H3MRI9

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
MRTCVPTRTC VYAFIEYLSH NRPMGTNPPS LVEAQMLLLR LIDPGTRADP FPVYRALIDY GPMQLPGMPL TVFSSFSDCD EALRHPLSAS DRLKATLAQQ AIAAGAEPRP FYASSFMFLD PPDHTRLRKL VSKAFAPKVV QALEGDIAAL VDSLLDKGAA AGQFDVIADL AFPLAVAVIC RLLGVPYEDA PEFGRVSALL VQSVDPFITI TGEPPEATEE RLRAGVWLRD YLEQLVKCRR GTPGEDLISR LIELDESGDQ LTEEEIIATC GLLLVAGHET TVNLIANAVL AMLRNPSQWK ALSSNPQRAP LVVEETLRYD PAIHLIGRVA AKDMTIGQTT LTEGDTMVLL LAAANRDPAV YSRPDEFDPD RPSSRHLAFA VGSHFCLGAA LARLEATVTL SAISARFPQV QLAGELVYKP NVAMRGMSAL PVQV

NT Sequence
atgcggacgt gcgtaccaac tcgtacatgc gtgtatgcat ttatcgagta cctgagtcat aatcgaccga tgggaacgaa cccgccatcg cttgttgagg cacaaatgct gttgctacgc ttgattgacc cgggcacccg ggcggatccg tttccggttt atcgcgcgtt aattgactac gggccgatgc agctaccggg tatgccgttg acagtgttct cgtcgttttc tgactgcgac gaggcattgc gccatccgtt gtcggccagc gatcggctca aggcgacact agcgcagcag gccattgctg ctggtgcaga accgcgaccg ttctatgcct cgtcgtttat gtttctcgat ccaccagatc atacccggtt acgcaagctt gtcagcaagg cgttcgcacc gaaagtcgtt caggcgctgg aaggtgatat tgctgcgctg gtggattccc tgctggataa gggtgccgcg gctggccagt ttgacgtcat tgctgaccta gcctttccgc ttgcggtggc tgtgatttgt cggctgctgg gtgtgccgta cgaagacgcg ccggagttcg gtcgcgtctc agcactattg gtgcagtcag tcgacccgtt cattaccatt accggtgaac cgccggaggc cactgaagag cggctgcggg ctggtgtgtg gttgcgggat tacttggagc agctagttaa atgtcgacgc ggtacacccg gtgaggatct gatatccagg ctgattgagt tggacgagtc gggtgatcag ctgaccgagg aagagatcat cgcaacgtgc ggtctgttgc tcgttgctgg tcatgagacc acggtgaatc tgattgccaa tgcggtcctg gcgatgttac gcaacccgtc gcagtggaaa gcgctaagta gcaacccgca gcgcgcgccg ctggtggttg aggagacgct tcgttatgat ccagcaatcc atctaatcgg tcgggtagct gctaaggaca tgacgatcgg tcagacaact ttaaccgagg gtgatacaat ggttttgttg cttgccgccg ccaatcgcga tccagcggtt tactcacgcc ccgatgaatt tgaccccgac cgtcccagct cacgacattt ggcatttgcc gtcggctcac atttttgcct aggagcggca ttggctcggt tggaagcgac tgtcacatta tctgcgatca gtgcgcgttt cccacaggta cagctggccg gtgaattggt ctataagcca aatgtggcaa tgcgcggaat gtcggcactg cccgtacagg tctga

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