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MysmA.10611.b: NAD/mycothiol-dependent formaldehyde dehydrogenase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 700084 / mc(2)155
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MysmA.10611.b
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_127257
PATRIC ID: fig|246196.19.peg.4259
RefSeq: YP_888615.1
UniProt: A0R0C7

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
formaldehyde oxidation III (mycothiol-dependent) PWY1G-170 1.1.1.306
methanol oxidation to carbon dioxide PWY-7616 1.1.1.306
formaldehyde oxidation V (bacillithiol-dependent) PWY-7908 1.1.1.306

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
MPQTVRGVIS RSKQQPVELV DIVIPDPGPG EVVVDIIACG VCHTDLTYRE GGINDEFPFL LGHEAAGTVE AVGEGVTNVA PGDFVILNWR AVCGQCRACK RGRPHLCFDT FNATQKMTLT DGTELTPALG IGAFADKTLV HEGQCTKVDA DADPAVAGLL GCGVMAGIGA AINTGAVTRD DTVAVIGCGG VGDAAIAGAA LVGAKKIIAV DMDNKKLDWA REFGATHTVN AKDLDAVETI QDLTDGFGAD VVIDAVGRPE TWKQAFYARD LAGTVVLVGV PTPDMKLEMP LIDFFSRGGS LKSSWYGDCL PERDFPTLIS LYLQGRLPLE KFVSERIGLD GIEDAFHKMH AGEVLRSVVV LDR

NT Sequence
ATGCCTCAGA CTGTGCGCGG TGTGATTTCT CGGAGTAAGC AGCAACCCGT CGAGTTGGTG GACATCGTGA TCCCGGATCC CGGTCCGGGC GAGGTGGTGG TCGACATCAT CGCGTGCGGG GTATGCCACA CGGACCTGAC CTACCGCGAG GGTGGGATCA ACGACGAGTT CCCGTTCCTG TTGGGCCATG AGGCCGCAGG CACCGTGGAA GCAGTCGGTG AGGGCGTCAC CAACGTCGCG CCCGGTGACT TCGTGATCCT GAACTGGCGC GCGGTGTGTG GACAGTGCCG CGCCTGTAAG CGGGGGCGTC CCCACCTATG CTTCGACACG TTCAACGCCA CCCAGAAGAT GACGCTGACC GACGGCACCG AACTCACCCC GGCCCTGGGC ATCGGCGCGT TCGCCGACAA GACCCTGGTG CACGAGGGCC AGTGCACCAA GGTCGACGCC GACGCCGACC CGGCCGTGGC CGGCCTTCTG GGTTGCGGCG TCATGGCCGG CATCGGCGCG GCCATCAACA CCGGCGCGGT CACGCGCGAC GACACCGTTG CCGTGATCGG CTGCGGCGGT GTCGGTGACG CCGCCATCGC CGGGGCGGCC CTGGTCGGGG CGAAAAAGAT CATCGCCGTC GACATGGACA ACAAAAAGCT CGACTGGGCC CGCGAATTCG GCGCCACCCA CACGGTCAAC GCCAAAGACC TCGACGCGGT GGAGACCATC CAGGACCTCA CCGACGGATT CGGCGCCGAC GTCGTCATCG ACGCGGTCGG GCGCCCGGAA ACCTGGAAGC AGGCCTTCTA CGCGCGCGAT CTCGCGGGCA CCGTGGTGCT GGTCGGTGTG CCCACCCCGG ACATGAAACT GGAGATGCCG CTGATCGACT TCTTCTCCCG CGGCGGGTCG TTGAAGTCCT CCTGGTACGG CGATTGTCTG CCCGAACGCG ACTTCCCCAC CCTGATCTCG CTGTACCTGC AGGGCCGCCT GCCGCTGGAG AAGTTCGTCT CCGAACGCAT CGGCCTGGAC GGCATCGAGG ATGCCTTCCA CAAGATGCAC GCCGGTGAGG TGCTGCGCTC CGTGGTGGTG TTGGACCGA

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