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MypaA.18665.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium paratuberculosis ATCC BAA-968 / K-10
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MypaA.18665.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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Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
MypaA.18665.a.MB1.PS02418 full length 1 452

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|262316.17.peg.4390
RefSeq: NP_963053.1
UniProt: Q73SF5

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
MSSTKHREVA KLDRVPLPVE AARVAATGWQ VTRSAARVLT KLPAKGPWQQ KVIKQLPQTF ADLGPTYVKF GQIIASSPGA FGESLSREFR GLLDRVPPAD PDEVHKLFLE ELGADPSELF ASWDETPFAS ASIAQVHYAT LHTGEEVVVK IQRPGIRRRV AADLQILKRF AQAVELAKLG RRLSAQDVVA DFSDNLAEEL NFRLEAQSME AWVSHLHASP LGKNIRVPQV YWDFTTDRVL TMERVSGIRI DDVAAVRKAG FDGVELVKAL LFSLFEGGLR HGLFHGDLHA GNLYVDEAGR IVFFDFGIMG RIDPRTRWLL RELVYALLVK KDHAAAGKIV VLMGAVGTVK PEAQAAKDLE KFATPLTMQT LGDMSYADIG RQLSALADAY DVKLPRELVL IGKQFLYVER YMKLLAPKWQ MMSDPQLTGY FANFMVEVSR EHSSEFESDV EV

NT Sequence
atgagctcta ccaaacatcg agaggtggcc aagctcgacc gggtgccgtt gccggtcgag gcggcccggg tagcggcgac cggttggcag gtcacccgct ccgccgctcg cgtcctcacc aagctgccgg ccaagggccc gtggcagcag aaagtgatca agcagctccc ccagacgttc gccgacctgg ggcccaccta cgtcaagttc gggcagatca tcgcgtccag ccccggcgcg ttcggcgaat cgctgtcccg ggagttccgc ggcctgttgg accgggtgcc gcccgccgac cccgacgagg tgcacaagct gttcctcgag gagctcgggg ccgacccgtc cgagctgttc gccagctggg acgagacccc gttcgcctcg gcgtccatcg cccaggtgca ctacgccacc ctgcacaccg gcgaggaggt cgtcgtcaag atccagcggc cgggcatccg ccgccgggtc gccgccgacc tgcagatcct caagcgcttc gcccaggccg tcgagctggc caagctcggc cgccggctgt ccgcccagga cgtggtcgcc gacttctccg acaacctggc cgaggagctg aacttccggc tggaggccca gtcgatggag gcctgggtgt cgcacctgca cgcctcgccg ctgggcaaaa acatccgggt gccgcaggtg tactgggact tcaccaccga ccgggtgctg accatggagc gggtgtccgg gatccgcatc gacgacgtcg ccgcggtccg caaggccggg ttcgacgggg ttgagctggt caaggcgctg ctgttcagcc tgttcgaggg cgggctgcgg cacggcctgt tccacggcga cctgcacgcc ggcaacctct acgtcgacga ggcgggccgc atcgtgttct tcgacttcgg catcatgggc cgcatcgacc cgcgcacccg ctggctgctg cgcgagctcg tgtatgcgct gctggtcaag aaggaccacg ccgcggccgg caagatcgtg gtgctgatgg gcgccgtggg caccgtgaaa cccgaagccc aggccgccaa ggacctggag aaattcgcca ccccgctgac catgcagacc ctgggcgaca tgtcctatgc cgacatcggc cgccagctgt cggcgctggc cgacgcctac gacgtcaagc tgccccgcga gctggtgctg atcggcaagc agttcctcta cgtcgagcgc tacatgaagc tgctggcacc caagtggcag atgatgtcgg atcctcaact gaccgggtat ttcgccaact tcatggtcga ggtcagccgc gagcactcct ccgagttcga atccgacgtc gaggtctag

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