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MymaA.01549.a: Pyruvate, phosphate dikinase PpdK

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium marinum ATCC BAA-535 / M
most recent status: crystallized
center reference id: MymaA.01549.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Cutaneous ulcerations, deep abscesses
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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Clones*

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MATERIAL
MymaA.01549.a.A1.GE30191 Full length( MymaA.01549.a ) 1 556 GE30191
* 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.

Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MymaA.01549.a.A1.PS00972 Full length( MymaA.01549.a ) 1 556

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_127082
PATRIC ID: fig|216594.6.peg.4657
RefSeq: YP_001852593.1
UniProt: B2HT17

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, NADP-ME type PWY-241 2.7.9.1
starch plastidic translocation I PWY-6240 2.7.9.1
L-glutamine biosynthesis III PWY-6549 2.7.9.1
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, NAD-ME type PWY-7115 2.7.9.1
C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, PEPCK type PWY-7117 2.7.9.1

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
MWKHSERSGS LPKTTRGCTT TRFSRAGGIP FTGPAVVLLD GRAHQPREVL GNKGHGIDSM RRNNLPVPPA FCITSEVGVR YLADPAPTLD AIWDDVVDRI RWLEAETGRT FGSGPHPLLV SVRSGANQSM PGMMDTILDL GMNDTVEQAL ASPGTGDFAR DTRRRFTRMY RRIVAGSDPP DDPYEQLRAG IGAVFASWNS PRAIAYRNHY SLDDQGGTAV VVQAMVFGNR SADSGAGVLS SRNPITGASE PFGEWLPGGQ GDDVVSGLLK VEPITALHDR LPKIYLELLD AARGLERLAA EVQEVEFTVE SGKLWLLQTR SAERSAQAAV RLALQLRGAG LIDDAETLRR ITPTHVETLL LPTLQPEERL AASLLAKGLP ACPGVAAGLA YTDVDEALDA ADRGEQVILV RDHTRPEDVS GMLAAQGIVT EIGGAASHAA VVSRELGRVA VVGCGDGVAT SLAGKRITVD GYTGEVREGI LAPSAWSEDD TPELRDLTTI ALKISPLRAH ASGDYPKLDD PSEAGVLTAM AAGYTDVVSD APLITMLNAL RVQDGL

NT Sequence
GTGTGGAAAC ATAGCGAGCG TTCTGGGAGT TTGCCGAAGA CCACAAGGGG GTGCACCACG ACTCGTTTCT CACGAGCCGG GGGCATCCCG TTCACCGGCC CCGCCGTGGT GTTGCTGGAC GGCCGCGCAC ATCAGCCTCG GGAGGTCCTG GGCAACAAGG GCCACGGTAT CGACTCAATG CGCCGGAACA ATCTGCCGGT GCCGCCTGCC TTCTGCATCA CCAGCGAAGT GGGCGTGCGC TACCTGGCGG ATCCAGCACC AACACTGGAC GCGATCTGGG ACGACGTCGT GGACCGGATC AGATGGCTGG AGGCCGAGAC GGGACGCACC TTCGGCAGCG GGCCGCATCC GCTGCTGGTC AGTGTGCGCT CGGGAGCCAA CCAGTCGATG CCCGGCATGA TGGACACAAT TTTGGACCTG GGCATGAACG ACACCGTCGA GCAGGCCCTG GCCTCCCCCG GCACCGGCGA CTTCGCGCGC GACACCAGGC GCCGGTTCAC CCGCATGTAT CGGCGAATCG TGGCGGGAAG TGATCCCCCC GACGACCCCT ACGAGCAGCT ACGTGCTGGC ATCGGCGCCG TGTTCGCCTC CTGGAACTCT CCGCGCGCCA TCGCCTACCG CAACCACTAC AGTCTCGACG ACCAGGGCGG CACCGCTGTC GTGGTTCAGG CGATGGTGTT CGGCAACCGC AGCGCCGATT CCGGCGCCGG GGTGCTGTCG TCGCGCAATC CGATCACCGG CGCCAGCGAA CCGTTCGGCG AATGGCTGCC CGGCGGTCAG GGTGATGACG TCGTCTCGGG TCTGCTCAAG GTAGAACCGA TCACCGCCCT GCACGACCGA CTGCCGAAGA TCTACCTCGA ATTGTTGGAT GCCGCGCGCG GCCTGGAACG GCTCGCGGCC GAGGTGCAAG AAGTCGAGTT CACCGTCGAA AGCGGAAAGC TGTGGCTGCT GCAGACGCGA TCCGCCGAGC GGTCCGCGCA GGCTGCCGTG CGATTGGCGC TGCAACTGCG CGGTGCCGGC CTGATCGACG ATGCCGAGAC GCTACGCAGA ATCACCCCCA CCCACGTGGA GACCCTCTTG CTGCCCACGC TGCAGCCGGA AGAGCGTTTG GCCGCATCGC TTTTGGCAAA GGGCCTGCCG GCGTGCCCGG GAGTGGCCGC GGGCCTGGCC TACACCGACG TGGACGAGGC GCTGGACGCC GCCGACCGGG GCGAGCAGGT GATCCTGGTG CGTGACCACA CCAGGCCCGA AGACGTCTCG GGGATGCTTG CCGCGCAGGG CATCGTCACC GAGATCGGTG GCGCTGCCAG CCACGCTGCG GTGGTCAGCC GTGAGCTCGG CCGGGTGGCG GTGGTCGGTT GTGGTGACGG GGTTGCGACC TCGTTGGCCG GCAAGCGGAT TACCGTCGAC GGCTACACGG GCGAAGTGCG CGAGGGCATT TTGGCGCCGT CCGCGTGGTC GGAGGACGAC ACACCCGAGC TACGCGATCT CACGACGATC GCGCTGAAGA TCAGCCCGCT GCGCGCGCAT GCGAGCGGCG ACTACCCCAA GCTCGACGAT CCTTCCGAGG CTGGGGTGCT GACCGCGATG GCCGCCGGCT ACACCGATGT CGTCTCGGAC GCACCGCTGA TCACCATGTT GAACGCGCTA CGTGTGCAGG ACGGTCTA

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