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MypaA.10520.a: putative beta-lactamase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium paratuberculosis ATCC BAA-968 / K-10
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MypaA.10520.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Johne's disease
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_127147
PATRIC ID: fig|262316.17.peg.1105
RefSeq: NP_959985.1
UniProt: Q741N8

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
superpathway of methylglyoxal degradation METHGLYUT-PWY 3.1.2.6
methylglyoxal degradation I PWY-5386 3.1.2.6

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
MLITGFPAGM LACNCYVLAQ RPGADAVIVD PGQRAMGPLR RILDRHRLTP AAVLLTHGHI DHMWSAQKVS DTYGCPTYIH PEDRFMLKDP IYGLGPRLAQ LAAGVFFREP RQVVELDRDG DKLDLGSVTV NVDHTPGHTR GSMCFRVSSD KQVVFTGDTL FERSVGRTDL FGGSGRDLLT SIVDKLLVLD DDTVVLPGHG NATTIGAERR LNPFLEGL

NT Sequence
GTGTTGATCA CCGGATTTCC CGCCGGCATG TTGGCGTGCA ACTGCTATGT GCTGGCGCAG CGGCCGGGGG CGGACGCCGT GATCGTGGAC CCGGGGCAGC GGGCAATGGG CCCGTTGCGG CGCATCCTGG ACCGGCACCG GCTGACCCCG GCGGCGGTGT TGCTGACCCA CGGGCACATC GACCACATGT GGTCGGCGCA GAAGGTGTCC GACACCTACG GCTGCCCGAC CTACATCCAT CCCGAGGACA GGTTCATGCT GAAAGACCCC ATCTACGGCC TGGGTCCGCG GCTGGCGCAG CTGGCGGCGG GCGTCTTCTT CCGGGAGCCC AGGCAGGTGG TCGAGCTGGA CCGGGACGGC GACAAGCTCG ACCTGGGCAG CGTCACCGTC AACGTCGACC ACACGCCGGG GCACACTCGC GGATCGATGT GCTTCCGGGT GTCGTCGGAC AAGCAGGTCG TGTTCACCGG CGACACCCTG TTCGAACGTT CGGTGGGACG CACCGACCTG TTCGGCGGCA GCGGACGCGA CCTGCTGACG TCGATCGTCG ACAAACTCCT GGTGCTCGAC GACGACACCG TGGTGCTGCC CGGGCACGGC AACGCCACCA CCATCGGCGC CGAACGGCGC CTCAACCCGT TCCTCGAAGG CCTG

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