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MysmA.00191.a: NADH-quinone oxidoreductase subunit D

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 700084 / mc(2)155
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MysmA.00191.a
is community request: False
associated 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
MysmA.00191.a.A1.GE28580 Full length( MysmA.00191.a ) 1 442 GE28580
* 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_127839
PATRIC ID: fig|246196.19.peg.2036
RefSeq: YP_886421.1
UniProt: A0QU33

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
1.6.5.11
1.6.99.5

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
MSTSTVPPDG GEKVVVVGGN DWHEVVAAAR AGAAAQAGER IVVNMGPQHP STHGVLRLIL EIEGEIITEA RCGIGYLHTG IEKNLEYRNW TQGVTFVTRM DYLSPFFNET AYCLGVEKLL GITDDIPERA SVIRVMLMEL NRISSHLVAL ATGGMELGAM SAMFYGFRER EEILRVFESI TGLRMNHAYI RPGGLAADLP DDAITQVRRL VEILPKRLKD LEDLLNENYI WKARTVGVGY LDLTGCMALG ITGPILRSTG LPHDLRKAQP YCGYENYEFD VITDDRCDSY GRYIIRVKEM HESVKIVEQC LARLKPGPVM ISDKKLAWPA DLKLGPDGLG NSPEHIAKIM GRSMEGLIHH FKLVTEGIRV PPGQVYVAVE SPRGELGVHM VSDGGTRPYR VHYRDPSFTN LQAVAATCEG GMVADAIAAV ASIDPVMGGV DR

NT Sequence
ATGAGTACAT CGACGGTCCC GCCCGACGGC GGGGAGAAGG TTGTCGTCGT CGGCGGCAAC GACTGGCACG AGGTGGTCGC CGCCGCGCGG GCAGGCGCAG CGGCGCAGGC CGGCGAACGG ATCGTGGTCA ACATGGGCCC GCAGCATCCG TCCACCCACG GTGTGCTGCG CCTGATCCTG GAGATCGAGG GCGAGATCAT CACCGAGGCC CGGTGCGGTA TCGGCTATCT GCACACCGGC ATCGAGAAGA ACCTCGAGTA CCGCAACTGG ACGCAGGGCG TCACGTTCGT CACCCGGATG GACTACCTGT CACCGTTTTT CAACGAGACG GCGTACTGCC TGGGCGTGGA GAAGCTGCTG GGGATCACCG ACGACATCCC CGAGCGCGCC AGCGTGATCC GCGTGATGCT CATGGAACTC AACCGCATCT CGTCGCACCT GGTGGCGCTG GCCACCGGCG GGATGGAACT GGGCGCGATG AGCGCCATGT TCTACGGCTT CCGTGAACGC GAGGAGATCC TGCGGGTCTT CGAGTCGATC ACCGGTCTGC GGATGAACCA CGCCTACATT CGTCCCGGCG GTCTGGCCGC CGACCTGCCC GACGACGCGA TCACGCAGGT GCGCAGGCTG GTCGAGATCC TGCCGAAACG CCTGAAGGAT CTGGAAGATC TGCTCAACGA GAACTACATC TGGAAGGCCC GCACGGTCGG GGTCGGCTAT CTGGATCTCA CCGGCTGTAT GGCGCTGGGC ATCACCGGTC CGATCCTGCG GTCCACCGGT CTGCCCCACG ACCTGCGCAA GGCGCAACCG TACTGTGGTT ACGAGAACTA CGAATTCGAC GTCATCACCG ACGACCGCTG TGACTCCTAC GGCCGGTACA TCATCCGGGT CAAGGAGATG CACGAGTCGG TGAAGATCGT CGAACAGTGC CTGGCCAGGC TGAAGCCTGG GCCGGTGATG ATCAGCGACA AGAAACTGGC GTGGCCGGCC GATCTCAAAC TCGGGCCCGA CGGCCTGGGC AACTCGCCCG AGCACATCGC CAAGATCATG GGCCGCTCCA TGGAGGGCCT GATCCACCAC TTCAAGCTCG TCACCGAAGG CATCCGCGTA CCACCGGGGC AGGTGTACGT CGCAGTCGAA TCCCCGCGCG GTGAGCTCGG CGTGCACATG GTCTCCGACG GCGGAACCCG GCCCTACCGC GTGCACTACC GCGATCCGTC GTTCACCAAT CTGCAAGCGG TGGCGGCGAC GTGCGAGGGC GGCATGGTGG CCGACGCGAT CGCCGCGGTG GCGTCCATCG ACCCCGTGAT GGGCGGAGTG GACCGC

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