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MyspA.18665.a: hypothetical protein; ABC-1

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium sp. MCS
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: MyspA.18665.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: True
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|164756.15.peg.970
RefSeq: YP_638125.1
UniProt: Q1BDG5

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
MSATRKTQHR EVARLDRVPL PVEAARFGAT GWQVTRTGAR VVTNLRGRGS LSQKIVKQVP QTFADLGPTY VKFGQIIASS PGAFGEGLSK EFRSLLDRVP PANPEQVAKL LREELGDDPK NLYKSFDDTP FASASIAQVH YATLHTGEEV VVKIQRPGIR RRVAADLQIL KRGARLVEFA KLGQRLSAQD VVADFADNLA EELDFRLEAQ SMDAWVSHMH ASPLGRNIRV PQVYWDLTSE KVLTMERVSG IRIDDAAAIR KKGFDGTELV KALLFSLFEG GLRHGLFHGD LHAGNLYIDD DGKIVFFDFG IMGRIDPRTR WLLRELVYAL LVKKDHAAAG KIVVMMGAVG TVKPEAQAAK DLEKFATPLT MTSLGDMSYA EIGRQLSTLA DAYDVKLPRE LVLIGKQFLY VERYMKLLAP KWQMMSDPQL TGYFANFMVD ISREHKEEGL EV

NT Sequence
atgagtgcca cgcgaaagac ccagcaccga gaggtggcca ggctggaccg ggtgccgttg ccggtcgagg ccgcacgctt cggcgcgacc gggtggcagg tcacccgcac cggcgcccgc gtcgtcacga acctccgcgg acgcggcagc ctctcgcaga agatcgtcaa acaggtcccg cagaccttcg ccgatctcgg ccccacctac gtcaaattcg gccagatcat cgcgtcgagt ccgggcgcgt tcggcgaagg gctgtccaag gagttccgca gcctgctcga ccgggtgccg ccggccaacc cggagcaggt cgccaagctg ctgcgggagg aactcggcga cgacccgaag aacctctaca agagcttcga cgacacaccg ttcgcctcgg cgtccattgc gcaggtgcac tacgcgacgc tgcacaccgg tgaagaggtc gtcgtcaaga tccagcgtcc cggcatccgc cggcgcgtcg cggcggacct gcagatcctc aagcgcggcg cccgactggt cgagttcgcc aagctcggcc agcggctgag cgcccaggac gtcgtcgccg acttcgccga caacctcgcc gaggaactcg acttccgcct cgaggcgcag tcgatggacg cgtgggtgtc gcacatgcac gcctcgccgc tgggccgcaa catccgggtg cctcaggtgt actgggatct gaccagcgag aaggtcctga cgatggagcg ggtgtcgggt atccgcatcg acgacgccgc ggccatccgc aagaagggtt tcgacggcac cgaactggtc aaggcgctgc tgttcagcct gttcgagggc gggctgcggc acggcctgtt ccacggggac ctgcacgccg gcaacctcta catcgacgac gacggcaaga tcgtcttctt cgacttcggc atcatgggcc gcatcgaccc gcgcacccgg tggctgctgc gagaactggt gtacgcgctg ctggtcaaga aggatcacgc cgcggcgggc aagatcgtcg tgatgatggg cgccgtcggc acggtgaagc ccgaagccca ggccgccaag gatctggaga agttcgccac gccgctgacc atgacgtcgc tgggcgatat gagctacgcc gagatcggca ggcagctgtc gacgctcgcc gacgcctacg acgtgaagct gccgcgtgag ctggtgctca tcggtaagca gttcctctac gtcgagcggt acatgaagct gctggcgccg aagtggcaga tgatgagcga tccgcagctg acggggtact tcgccaactt catggtcgac atcagccgtg agcacaaaga agaagggctg gaggtctga

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