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MysmA.00416.a: Molybdenum import ATP-binding protein ModC

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 700084 / mc(2)155
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MysmA.00416.a
is community request: False
associated 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_127485
PATRIC ID: fig|246196.19.peg.1990
RefSeq: YP_886378.1
UniProt: A0QTZ0

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
3.6.3.29

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
MSGLQVHARV DARDAVFDLT VDDGAVVAVL GPNGAGKSTL LALVAGLLRP DQGRVSVGGT VVADTASGVF VPPHARGVAM LAQDPLLFPH MSVAANVSYA PRCKGHNRSH ARATARHWLR AVDAEDLAER RPSQLSGGQA QRIALARALA AEPRVLLLDE PMSALDVTAA PTMRRLLRDL LTAEHRTALI VTHDLLDALA VADTVIVVEN GRIVQRGPVR EVLAAPRSPF AARIAGTNLV SGTVTEPGIL RTPWYTVISG TGDTPVGTSA VALFTPAAVS VHLDAPHASP RNVIAVTIAE MDVHGSTVRI RGADQPDGSA GLSADVTAAA AADLDLAPGR QVYFVVKAQE VAIHPALRPN V

NT Sequence
GTGAGTGGGC TCCAGGTGCA TGCCCGGGTC GATGCCCGTG ACGCGGTTTT CGATCTCACG GTCGACGATG GTGCGGTGGT GGCCGTCCTC GGGCCCAACG GGGCGGGCAA GTCGACGCTT CTGGCTTTGG TCGCCGGCCT GCTGCGCCCC GACCAGGGCC GTGTCTCCGT CGGCGGCACC GTCGTGGCCG ACACGGCGTC GGGCGTGTTC GTGCCACCGC ATGCGCGCGG TGTGGCGATG CTGGCGCAAG ATCCGCTGCT CTTCCCCCAC ATGTCCGTGG CGGCCAACGT TTCCTATGCA CCACGGTGCA AGGGACACAA CAGATCCCAC GCCCGCGCGA CGGCGCGGCA CTGGCTGCGT GCCGTGGACG CCGAAGACCT GGCCGAGCGC AGACCGTCGC AGTTGTCGGG CGGACAGGCG CAACGGATAG CCCTCGCGCG GGCGCTGGCA GCCGAACCCC GAGTGCTGCT GCTCGACGAA CCCATGTCGG CGCTCGACGT GACCGCCGCA CCGACGATGC GACGCCTGCT GCGTGATCTG CTGACCGCCG AGCATCGCAC CGCCCTCATC GTCACGCACG ACCTGCTGGA CGCACTGGCA GTGGCCGACA CCGTGATCGT CGTCGAGAAC GGCCGCATCG TCCAGAGAGG CCCGGTCCGT GAGGTTCTCG CGGCGCCGCG TAGCCCGTTC GCCGCCCGCA TCGCCGGGAC CAATCTGGTC TCGGGTACGG TCACCGAGCC CGGCATCCTC CGAACACCCT GGTACACCGT CATTTCGGGC ACCGGCGACA CCCCCGTGGG CACCTCGGCC GTCGCGCTGT TCACCCCGGC CGCGGTGTCG GTCCACCTCG ACGCGCCGCA CGCCAGTCCC CGCAACGTGA TCGCGGTGAC GATCGCCGAG ATGGACGTCC ACGGCAGCAC CGTCCGCATC CGCGGTGCCG ACCAACCCGA CGGAAGTGCC GGCCTGTCCG CCGATGTCAC AGCGGCCGCG GCGGCCGATC TGGACCTCGC CCCCGGCCGG CAGGTGTACT TCGTGGTCAA GGCCCAGGAG GTCGCGATCC ATCCGGCCCT TCGACCGAAT GTG

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