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MymaA.01609.b: Osmoprotectant transport ATP-binding protein ABC transporter ProV

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium marinum ATCC BAA-535 / M
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MymaA.01609.b
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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REFERENCE ID
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DESCRIPTION
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MATERIAL
MymaA.01609.b.A1.GE30215 Full length( MymaA.01609.b ) 1 362 GE30215
* 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
OrthoMCL: OG5_135381
PATRIC ID: fig|216594.6.peg.5685
RefSeq: YP_001853560.1
UniProt: B2HLH3

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
7.6.2.9

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
MIRFDNVDKV YADGTTAVDQ LSLEVADGML TVFVGPSGCG KTTALRMINR MVEPSSGTVT VNGTDVSTVN PVKLRLGIGY VIQNAGLMPH QRVIDNVATV PVLKGQSRRA ARKAAYEVLE RVGLNPKVAS RYPAQLSGGE QQRVGVARAL AADPPILLMD EAFSAVDPVV RHDLQNEILR LQSDLHKTIV FVTHDIDEAF KLGEVVAVFA PGGRLQQCDQ PARLLARPAN EFVSKFIGLG RGYRLLQLFD GAGLELHDLE RICVSSLGRS QLPDGWALVV SDDDVPVGWI DADGLRRHRD GATLPDAMTV VGAVFRPNGN LSQALDAALS SPSSMGVAVD DGGKVIGGVL ADDVLSALKS RR

NT Sequence
TTGATCAGGT TTGACAATGT CGACAAGGTG TACGCCGACG GCACCACCGC CGTGGACCAA CTGAGCCTCG AAGTCGCCGA CGGCATGCTG ACCGTTTTCG TCGGCCCATC GGGCTGTGGC AAGACGACCG CGCTGCGCAT GATCAACCGC ATGGTCGAGC CGAGTTCGGG CACCGTCACC GTCAACGGCA CCGACGTCTC CACGGTGAAC CCGGTGAAGT TGCGCCTCGG GATCGGCTAC GTCATCCAGA ACGCGGGGCT GATGCCCCAT CAGCGGGTGA TCGACAATGT CGCCACGGTG CCGGTGCTGA AGGGGCAGTC CCGTCGGGCC GCCCGCAAAG CCGCCTACGA AGTACTCGAA CGGGTAGGTC TGAACCCCAA GGTGGCCAGC CGTTATCCGG CCCAACTCTC CGGTGGCGAA CAACAGCGGG TCGGGGTGGC GCGGGCGCTG GCGGCTGACC CGCCGATCCT GTTGATGGAC GAGGCCTTCT CTGCCGTCGA CCCGGTGGTA CGCCATGACC TGCAGAACGA AATCCTGCGT CTGCAAAGCG ATCTACACAA GACCATCGTT TTCGTCACGC ACGACATCGA CGAGGCGTTC AAACTCGGCG AGGTGGTGGC GGTGTTCGCC CCGGGCGGTC GGTTGCAGCA ATGTGACCAG CCCGCCCGGC TGCTGGCCCG CCCGGCCAAT GAGTTCGTGT CGAAATTTAT TGGCTTGGGT CGTGGCTACC GGTTGCTGCA ACTCTTCGAT GGGGCGGGGC TCGAGCTGCA TGACCTCGAG CGGATCTGTG TGAGCAGTCT GGGGCGCTCG CAACTGCCCG ATGGCTGGGC TCTGGTGGTC AGCGACGATG ACGTCCCGGT GGGCTGGATT GACGCCGACG GATTGCGCCG CCACCGCGAT GGTGCGACCT TGCCGGACGC CATGACCGTG GTCGGGGCGG TATTCCGGCC GAACGGCAAC CTTAGCCAGG CGCTGGATGC CGCGCTGTCG TCGCCGTCAT CCATGGGTGT GGCCGTCGAC GACGGCGGCA AGGTCATCGG TGGAGTGCTG GCAGATGACG TGCTGTCCGC ATTGAAAAGC CGGCGA

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