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MymaA.01117.b: Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase FadE29

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium marinum ATCC BAA-535 / M
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MymaA.01117.b
is community request: True
associated disease: Cutaneous ulcerations, deep abscesses
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_239169
PATRIC ID: fig|216594.6.peg.5389
RefSeq: YP_001853289.1
UniProt: B2HI34

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
MFIDLTPEQR QLQAELRQYF SNLISSDEMK AMEKDRHNAA YRAVIRRMGK DGKLGVGWPK EFGGLGFGPI EQQIFVNEAH RADVPLPAVT LQTVGPTLQA YGSDAQKKKF LPAILAGEVH FAIGYTEPEA GTDLASLRTT AVRQGDEYIV NGQKIFTTGA HDADYIWLAC RTDPEAVKHK GISILIVDTK DPGYSWTPII LSDGAHHTNA TYYNDVRVPA DMLVGEPNGG WRLITTQLNN ERVMLGPAGR FASIYDRVRA WAAKPGGDGV TPIDHDDVRR ALGEIHATWR INELLNWQVA AAGENINVAD AAATKVFGTE RVQRVGRLAE EIVGKYGNPA ESDTAELLEW LDAQTKRNLV ITFGGGVNEV MREMIAAAGL KVPRVPR

NT Sequence
ATGTTCATCG ACCTGACCCC CGAACAGCGT CAGCTGCAAG CCGAACTACG ACAATACTTT TCCAACCTGA TCTCCTCCGA TGAGATGAAG GCGATGGAGA AGGACCGGCA CAACGCGGCA TACCGCGCGG TGATCCGCCG AATGGGCAAA GACGGCAAGC TCGGAGTCGG GTGGCCAAAA GAATTTGGTG GCCTTGGGTT TGGTCCCATC GAGCAACAGA TCTTCGTCAA CGAAGCCCAT CGGGCCGACG TGCCGCTGCC CGCGGTGACG CTGCAGACGG TGGGACCCAC CCTGCAGGCA TACGGCAGCG ACGCGCAGAA AAAGAAATTC CTGCCGGCCA TCCTGGCGGG TGAGGTGCAC TTCGCGATCG GCTACACCGA GCCGGAAGCG GGCACCGACC TGGCATCCCT GCGGACCACG GCGGTACGTC AGGGTGACGA GTACATCGTC AACGGCCAGA AGATCTTCAC CACCGGCGCC CACGATGCCG ACTACATCTG GCTCGCCTGC CGCACCGATC CGGAAGCGGT GAAACACAAA GGCATCTCGA TTCTGATCGT CGACACCAAG GATCCCGGCT ACTCGTGGAC GCCGATCATC CTGTCCGACG GCGCACACCA CACCAACGCC ACCTACTACA ACGACGTGCG CGTGCCGGCA GACATGTTGG TCGGTGAACC CAACGGCGGC TGGCGCCTGA TCACCACGCA ACTCAACAAC GAGCGGGTGA TGCTGGGCCC GGCCGGCCGT TTCGCCAGCA TCTATGACAG GGTGCGGGCA TGGGCGGCCA AACCGGGTGG GGACGGTGTC ACGCCGATCG ACCACGACGA CGTCAGGCGG GCTCTCGGTG AGATCCACGC GACCTGGCGG ATCAACGAGT TGCTCAATTG GCAGGTGGCC GCCGCGGGTG AGAACATCAA CGTCGCTGAT GCTGCGGCAA CGAAAGTGTT TGGCACCGAG CGTGTTCAGC GAGTTGGCCG GCTCGCCGAA GAAATCGTCG GCAAGTACGG CAACCCTGCC GAGTCTGATA CGGCCGAGCT GCTCGAGTGG CTGGACGCGC AGACCAAACG CAATCTGGTC ATCACCTTCG GTGGAGGGGT TAACGAAGTC ATGCGGGAGA TGATCGCGGC CGCCGGCCTC AAAGTGCCCC GGGTGCCGCG A

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