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MysmA.01117.b: Putative acyl-CoA dehydrogenase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 700084 / mc(2)155
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MysmA.01117.b
is community request: True
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_239169
PATRIC ID: fig|246196.19.peg.5829
RefSeq: YP_890219.1
UniProt: A0R4Y1

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
MFIDLTPEQR KLQSELREYF STLLTPEEAA AMETDRHNEA YRAVIKRMGA DGKLGVGWPK EYGGLGYGPV EQQIFINEAN RADIPLPMVT LQTVGPTLQV YGTEEQKKKF LPGILSGDVH FAIGYSEPEA GTDLASLRTT AIRHGDEYIV NGQKMWTTGA HDADYIWLAC RTDPEAPKHK GISILIVDTK DPGYSWTPII LSDGAHHTNA SYYNDVHVPA DMLVGEENGG WKLITTQLNH ERVGLGPAGR VAGIYDQVHK WASTPGSDGV TPIEHPEAQR LLGQIKAIWR INELLNWQVA ASGETIAVAD AAATKVFSTE RIQEVGRLAE EVIARFGNPA DRHTADLMVW IDKMTKRNLV ITFGGGVNEV MREMIAASGL KVPRVPR

NT Sequence
ATGTTCATCG ACCTGACTCC CGAGCAGCGC AAGCTGCAAT CCGAACTGCG GGAATACTTC TCCACGCTCC TCACGCCCGA AGAGGCCGCG GCCATGGAGA CCGACCGGCA CAACGAGGCC TACCGTGCCG TGATCAAGCG CATGGGCGCG GACGGCAAGC TCGGGGTGGG CTGGCCCAAG GAGTACGGCG GCCTGGGCTA CGGCCCCGTC GAGCAGCAGA TCTTCATCAA CGAGGCCAAC CGCGCCGACA TCCCGCTGCC GATGGTGACG CTGCAGACCG TGGGACCCAC GCTGCAGGTG TACGGCACCG AAGAGCAGAA GAAGAAGTTC CTGCCCGGAA TCCTCTCGGG CGACGTCCAT TTCGCGATCG GTTACTCCGA ACCGGAGGCA GGCACCGACC TGGCGTCACT GCGCACCACA GCCATCCGGC ACGGAGACGA GTACATCGTC AACGGCCAGA AGATGTGGAC CACCGGCGCC CACGACGCCG ATTACATCTG GCTCGCGTGC CGCACCGATC CGGAAGCGCC GAAACACAAG GGCATCTCGA TCCTCATCGT CGACACCAAG GATCCCGGTT ACTCGTGGAC GCCGATCATC CTGTCCGACG GTGCCCACCA CACCAACGCG TCGTACTACA ACGACGTGCA CGTGCCCGCC GACATGCTCG TCGGCGAGGA GAACGGCGGC TGGAAGCTCA TCACCACGCA GCTCAACCAT GAGCGCGTGG GCCTGGGTCC GGCGGGCCGG GTCGCGGGCA TCTACGACCA GGTGCACAAG TGGGCGTCCA CACCCGGCTC GGACGGTGTC ACGCCCATCG AGCATCCGGA GGCGCAGCGC CTGCTGGGCC AGATCAAGGC GATCTGGCGC ATCAACGAGC TGCTGAACTG GCAGGTCGCG GCGTCGGGTG AGACCATCGC GGTCGCCGAC GCGGCAGCCA CGAAAGTCTT TTCCACCGAA CGCATCCAGG AAGTCGGGCG GCTGGCCGAA GAGGTCATCG CACGGTTCGG CAACCCTGCC GACCGGCACA CCGCTGATCT GATGGTGTGG ATCGACAAGA TGACCAAGCG CAACCTGGTG ATCACGTTCG GTGGCGGTGT GAACGAGGTG ATGCGCGAGA TGATCGCAGC TTCCGGGCTG AAGGTTCCGA GGGTCCCGCG A

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