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MyleA.18367.a: ESX-1 SECRETION-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN A, ESPA

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium leprae Br4923
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MyleA.18367.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_237581
PATRIC ID: fig|561304.4.peg.684
RefSeq: YP_002503018.1
UniProt: A0A0H3MPS0

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
MSGAFIIDPT LKAIEAWHAL LGIGVPNDGG VLYSSLSFFE KALEHLAAAF PGDGWLGSAA DKYAGQNRKR VDIFQELAEL DKELIELIHN QANSVQTTRG ILDGAKKALL FVRPVAIDLN YIPLVGSVMS ASIQAQACAA AMAAVSGGLA YLLVQTAIHT AKFVALLARL AHLLASAVAD VVSDGVAIIK GIVDHLWHFI AGALTGLKDI VEKIIHWFFG LFSHWWSRLH SFFGGIPGLS GATSGLSQVT GLFGVPGLAG SSGLLSGESL LSTENLPSLA GVGAGLGLGS LPQLAQLHAA STRQGTRSQA GVSAELSTEQ FGGQQEPVSA QGSQGMGGSQ GMGGMTPAST KSKKDERKKK KYSEGAAAGT DDAERAPIEV QSGGGKRALA QHVV

NT Sequence
atgagcggcg cattcatcat cgatccgacg ttaaaggcca ttgaagcttg gcatgcactc ctggggatag gagtacccaa tgacggggga gtgctctact cttcattatc gttcttcgaa aaagcgcttg agcacctggc ggcggcgttt cctggtgacg gctggctagg ctctgccgcg gataaatacg ccggccaaaa ccgtaaacgg gtggacattt ttcaggagct ggctgagctg gataaagagc ttatcgagct aatccataac caggccaact cggtccagac gacacgcggc atcctggatg gcgcgaagaa ggcgctcctg ttcgtgcgtc cggtggctat agacctgaac tacatcccgc ttgtcggatc tgtcatgtcg gcttccatac aggctcaggc ctgcgcagct gccatggccg cagtgagcgg cgggcttgct tacctactcg tccagactgc gatccatacg gctaaattcg ttgctttgct ggctcggttg gcgcacctgt tggcgtccgc tgtcgcggac gtagtttcgg acggagtagc gatcataaag ggcattgtgg atcacctatg gcattttata gcgggcgcgt taacgggcct gaaggatatt gtggaaaaga tcatccattg gttttttgga ctgttctcgc actggtggtc gagactgcac tccttctttg gaggcatccc tggcctgagt ggtgcgacta gcggcttgtc ccaggtgacc ggtttgtttg gtgttcccgg tttggccggt tcgtccgggt tactaagcgg cgagagctta ttgagcacag aaaacttacc cagcctggcc ggagttgggg ccgggctcgg cttagggagc ttgccgcaac tggctcagct gcatgccgcc tcgactcggc agggaacacg ttcccaagcc ggtgtttcgg ccgaactctc tacggagcag tttggcggac agcaggagcc ggtctccgca cagggctctc aaggtatggg cggctctcaa ggtatgggcg gcatgactcc cgcttcgacg aagtcgaaaa aagatgagcg gaagaagaag aagtactcgg aaggcgcagc agcgggcaca gacgatgcgg agcgtgcgcc aatcgaagtt caatcaggcg gtggtaaacg ggcgttggca caacacgtcg tttaa

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