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MypaA.01549.a: PpdK

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium paratuberculosis ATCC BAA-968 / K-10
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MypaA.01549.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Johne's disease
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
MypaA.01549.a.A1.GE29614 Full length( MypaA.01549.a ) 1 560 GE29614
* 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_127082
PATRIC ID: fig|262316.17.peg.2830
RefSeq: NP_961598.1
UniProt: Q73WJ6

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
MPESAATPRR GCTTARTAPG SGAHRNASRD RDAAPTEQSV VLLDGTSSHP RELLGNKGHG IEVMRRHHLP VPPAFCLTTA VGLRYLADPA ATMDAVWDDV LDRIGWLQAQ TSRTFGRGPH PLLVSVRSGA TQSMPGMMDT LLNLGINDSV EQALAAEHGP AFARDTHRRF REMYRRIVGV ERPVPSDPYT QLRAGIEAVF ASWNSPRARA YRAHYGFADR HGTAVVVQAM VFGNHGPNSG AGAFFSRNPI TGDDEPFGEW LPGGQGDDVV SGSVDVEPIA ALRDEQPAVY DQLMAAARTL ERLDRDVQEI EFTVEDGALW LLQTRAAERS AQAAVRSALQ LRREGLIDDA ETLRRVTPAH VRSLLMPALQ PEIRLAAPLL AKGLPACPGV VSGTAYADVD EALHAAERGE PVILVRDHTR PEDVSGMLAA RGIVTEVGGA ASHAAVVSRE LGRVAVVGCG AGVAAMLAGR RITVDGAEGE VREGELSLSA WSENDTPELR ELAEIARLIS PLRAHSGGDH PRLDDDSESA VRAALAAGQT DVVSPTPLLV MLTALRQGAP

NT Sequence
TTGCCCGAAT CAGCAGCGAC ACCACGAAGG GGGTGCACCA CGGCTCGCAC CGCACCAGGT AGCGGCGCCC ACCGCAACGC GTCACGCGAC CGGGACGCCG CGCCGACCGA GCAGTCCGTG GTGTTGCTGG ACGGCACATC GAGCCACCCC CGCGAGCTGC TTGGCAACAA GGGCCACGGC ATCGAGGTGA TGCGCCGCCA CCACCTGCCG GTGCCGCCCG CGTTCTGCCT CACCACCGCG GTGGGCCTGC GGTATCTGGC CGACCCCGCG GCGACGATGG ACGCCGTCTG GGACGACGTG CTGGACCGGA TCGGCTGGCT GCAGGCGCAA ACCTCGCGCA CGTTCGGGCG GGGCCCGCAC CCGCTGCTGG TCAGCGTGCG CTCGGGGGCC ACCCAGTCGA TGCCCGGGAT GATGGACACC CTGTTGAACC TCGGCATCAA CGACTCCGTG GAGCAGGCGC TGGCCGCCGA GCACGGGCCG GCGTTCGCCC GCGACACCCA CCGGCGGTTC CGCGAGATGT ACCGGCGCAT CGTGGGTGTC GAGCGGCCGG TGCCGTCCGA CCCGTACACG CAGTTGCGCG CCGGCATCGA GGCGGTGTTC GCGTCGTGGA ACTCCCCGCG CGCCCGCGCC TACCGCGCCC ATTACGGTTT CGCCGACCGG CACGGCACCG CCGTCGTCGT GCAGGCCATG GTGTTCGGCA ATCACGGCCC CAATTCCGGT GCGGGAGCGT TCTTTTCGCG CAACCCGATC ACCGGGGACG ACGAGCCGTT CGGCGAGTGG CTGCCCGGGG GCCAGGGCGA CGACGTGGTG TCGGGATCGG TCGACGTGGA ACCGATCGCC GCGCTGCGCG ACGAGCAGCC GGCCGTCTAC GACCAGCTGA TGGCCGCCGC CCGGACGCTG GAGCGGTTGG ACCGTGACGT CCAGGAGATC GAGTTCACCG TCGAGGACGG CGCCCTGTGG TTGCTGCAGA CCCGGGCGGC CGAACGCTCG GCGCAGGCGG CGGTGCGCTC GGCGCTGCAG CTGCGACGCG AGGGGCTGAT CGACGACGCC GAGACGCTGC GGCGGGTCAC CCCGGCGCAC GTGCGGTCGC TGCTGATGCC CGCCCTGCAA CCCGAAATAC GTTTGGCGGC ACCACTTCTG GCCAAGGGCC TACCTGCCTG CCCCGGCGTG GTATCCGGCA CGGCCTACGC CGACGTCGAC GAGGCGCTGC ACGCCGCCGA GCGGGGCGAA CCGGTGATCC TGGTGCGCGA CCACACCCGG CCCGAAGACG TGTCGGGCAT GCTGGCCGCG CGGGGCATCG TCACCGAGGT GGGCGGCGCG GCCAGCCATG CGGCGGTGGT CAGCCGGGAA CTGGGCCGGG TGGCCGTGGT GGGTTGCGGC GCCGGGGTGG CCGCGATGCT GGCGGGCCGG CGGATCACCG TCGACGGCGC CGAAGGCGAA GTGCGCGAAG GCGAATTGTC CCTGTCCGCA TGGTCCGAGA ACGATACCCC GGAGCTGCGG GAGCTGGCCG AGATCGCGCG GCTGATCAGC CCGCTGCGCG CCCATTCCGG CGGCGACCAT CCGCGGCTGG ACGACGACTC CGAGAGCGCC GTGCGCGCGG CCCTGGCCGC CGGGCAGACC GACGTGGTCT CGCCCACCCC GCTGCTGGTC ATGCTGACCG CGCTGCGCCA GGGCGCGCCG

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