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MyleA.18665.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium leprae Br4923
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MyleA.18665.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Hansen's disease, leprosy
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MyleA.18665.a.B2.GE40128 MythA crystallizable fragment 50 420 GE40128
* 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|561304.4.peg.3617
RefSeq: YP_002503907.1
UniProt: A0A0H3MVT2

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
MSSTNNHQVV KLDRVPLPVE AARIAATYWQ ITRAAARVAT KLAGKGPWQQ KVIREIPQTF ANLGPTYVKF GQIIASSPSA FGESLAREFR GLLDQVPPAD TNEVHKLFVE ELGDAPSKLF ASFSEEPFAS ASIAQVHSAI LHSGEHVVVK IQRPGIRRRV AADLQILKRF AQAVELAKLG RRLSAQDVVA DFSDNLAEEL NFRLEAQSME AWGSYLHTSP LGKNIRVPKV HWEFTGERVL TMEQVHGIRI DNADAIRKSG FDGVELVKAL LFSVFEGGLR HGLFHGDLHA GNLHVDDQGR IVFFDFGIMG RIDPRTRWLL RELVFALLVK KDHAAAGKIV VLMGAVGTVK PEARAAKDLE NFTTPLAMKT LGDMSYTDIG RQLSALSDAY NVKLPRELVL IGKQFLYVER YMKLLAPEWQ IMLDPELTGY FANFMVEVSR EHQSDVEI

NT Sequence
atgagttcca ccaataacca ccaggtggtc aagctagacc gagtgccctt acctgtcgaa gcggcccgga tagcagccac atattggcaa atcacccgcg ctgccgctcg cgtcgcaacc aagctggcgg gcaagggtcc gtggcagcaa aaggtgatca gggaaatccc gcagaccttt gctaacctag ggccgacgta cgttaagttc ggacagatca tagcgtccag ccccagcgca tttggtgagt cgctggcgcg cgaattccgt ggcctgctcg accaagtgcc accagccgac acgaacgagg tgcacaagct gttcgtcgag gagcttggcg acgcgccttc caaactgttc gccagcttct ccgaagagcc gttcgcgtcg gcgtccatcg ctcaggtaca ttccgcgatc ctgcacagcg gcgagcacgt cgtcgtaaag atccagcgac ccggcatccg acgccgagtc gccgccgacc tgcaaatcct gaagcgcttc gcgcaagcag tcgaactagc caagctgggc cgtcggctct cggcgcaaga cgtcgtagcg gatttttccg acaaccttgc cgaagagctg aatttccgtc tcgaggcaca gtcgatggaa gcgtggggct catacctgca cacctcgccg ctaggcaaga acatccgcgt accgaaggtg cactgggaat tcacgggcga acgggtgttg acgatggagc aggtacatgg catccgcata gacaatgcgg atgccatccg caagtctggc ttcgacggcg tcgagctggt caaggcgcta ttgttctcgg tgtttgaggg cggtctgcga cacggcctgt tccatggcga cctgcacgcg ggcaacctgc atgttgacga ccaaggtcgc atcgtgttct tcgacttcgg gatcatgggc cgcatcgatc cgcgcacccg gtggttacta cgcgaactgg tatttgccct gctggtgaaa aaggaccacg ctgctgctgg caaaatcgtc gtgttgatgg gcgccgtggg caccgtgaaa cccgaggctc gggctgccaa agacctggaa aacttcacca cgcctctggc catgaaaacc ctcggcgaca tgtcctacac cgatatcggc cggcagctgt cggcgctgtc cgacgcctac aacgttaagt tgccccgcga actggtgctg atcggcaagc aattcctcta cgtcgagcgg tacatgaagc tgctggcgcc ggaatggcag ataatgttgg atccggagct gacagggtac ttcgcaaact ttatggtcga agtcagccgt gagcatcaat ccgatgtgga gatctag

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