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MysmA.01609.a: Amino acid ABC transporter, ATP-binding protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 700084 / mc(2)155
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MysmA.01609.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_135381
PATRIC ID: fig|246196.19.peg.6167
RefSeq: YP_890550.1
UniProt: A0R5W2

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
3.6.3.32
7.6.2.9

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
MITFTDVTKQ YPDGTVAVDN LNLEVPQGTL AAFVGPSGCG KTTSMRMVNR MIDPTSGTLT VNGEDVTQVD PVKLRLGIGY VIQSAGLMPH LRVVDNVATV PVLRGESRRS ARKAAIGVME RVGLDPKLAD RYPAQLSGGQ QQRVGVARAL AADPPILLMD EPFSAVDPVV REDLQAEIIR LQGELRKTVI FVTHDIDEAI KLGDKVAVFG RGGVLQQYDA PARLLSNPAN EFVAGFVGAD RGYRGLQFFH ATGLPLHEIR HVAEPLIDSL DLAPGDWVLV TKPDGSPYAW INAEGVEVHR SGKSLYDSTI AGGSLFRPDG TLRHALDAAL SSPSGLGVAV DADDHVIGGV RADDVLAALA EQRQIPEL

NT Sequence
ATGATCACCT TCACCGACGT CACCAAGCAG TACCCCGACG GCACGGTCGC GGTCGACAAC CTCAACCTCG AAGTGCCACA AGGCACTCTG GCGGCGTTCG TGGGGCCATC CGGATGCGGC AAGACCACCT CGATGCGCAT GGTCAACCGG ATGATCGACC CCACCTCGGG CACGCTGACG GTCAACGGCG AAGATGTCAC CCAGGTCGAC CCGGTCAAAC TGCGCCTCGG CATCGGTTAC GTCATCCAGA GTGCGGGGCT CATGCCGCAC CTGCGGGTGG TCGACAACGT CGCGACCGTG CCGGTGCTGC GCGGCGAATC CCGGCGCAGC GCACGCAAGG CCGCGATCGG CGTCATGGAG CGCGTCGGGC TGGATCCCAA ACTCGCCGAC CGCTATCCGG CGCAGTTGTC CGGTGGTCAG CAGCAGCGCG TCGGGGTGGC CCGCGCGCTC GCGGCCGATC CGCCGATCCT GCTCATGGAC GAACCGTTCA GCGCCGTCGA CCCCGTGGTA CGTGAGGATC TGCAGGCCGA GATCATCCGT CTGCAAGGCG AATTGCGCAA GACCGTCATC TTCGTCACCC ATGACATCGA CGAGGCCATC AAGCTCGGCG ACAAGGTCGC GGTGTTCGGC CGCGGCGGCG TGCTGCAGCA GTACGACGCC CCGGCGCGGT TGTTGTCCAA CCCGGCCAAC GAGTTCGTCG CCGGGTTCGT CGGCGCCGAC CGCGGCTACC GTGGCCTGCA GTTCTTCCAC GCGACGGGCC TTCCGCTGCA CGAGATCCGG CACGTCGCCG AGCCTCTCAT CGACTCCCTC GACCTCGCGC CCGGCGACTG GGTGCTGGTG ACCAAACCCG ACGGTTCGCC GTACGCGTGG ATCAACGCCG AGGGCGTCGA GGTACACCGC AGCGGAAAGT CGTTGTACGA CAGCACGATC GCCGGTGGGT CGCTGTTCCG TCCGGACGGT ACGCTGCGCC ACGCGCTCGA CGCCGCGCTG TCGTCGCCGT CCGGTCTCGG TGTCGCGGTC GACGCCGACG ACCACGTGAT CGGCGGCGTG CGCGCCGACG ACGTGCTGGC CGCCCTTGCC GAGCAGCGAC AGATCCCCGA ACTC

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