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MythA.00236.a: FeS assembly ATPase SufC (A0QX01 homolog)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium thermoresistibile ATCC 19527 / NCTC 10409
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MythA.00236.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Respiratory Infection
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|1078020.3.peg.148
RefSeq: WP_003923564.1
UniProt: G7CB11

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
MPILKGVNLT VKSGETHALM GPNGSGKSTL SYAVAGHPKY TVTSGSITLD GQDVLEMSVD ERARAGLFLA MQYPIEVPGV SMSNFLRTAA TAVRGEAPKL RHWVKEVRQA MESLGIDPSF GERSVNEGFS GGEKKRHEIL QLQLLKPKIA ILDETDSGLD VDALRIVSEG VNNYAKEADA GILLITHYTR LLRYIQPQFV HVFVGGRIVE SGGPELADEL DANGYERFTQ AAAAGA

NT Sequence
ATTCCGATCC TCAAGGGTGT CAACCTCACG GTGAAGTCGG GGGAGACCCA TGCGTTGATG GGCCCCAACG GGTCCGGCAA GTCGACGCTG TCGTACGCGG TCGCCGGACA TCCCAAGTAC ACGGTGACCT CCGGGTCGAT CACGCTCGAC GGTCAGGACG TGCTGGAGAT GTCCGTCGAC GAGCGGGCCC GGGCCGGCCT GTTCCTGGCG ATGCAGTACC CGATCGAGGT GCCCGGTGTG TCGATGTCGA ACTTCCTTCG CACCGCCGCG ACCGCGGTGC GCGGTGAGGC GCCGAAGCTG CGGCACTGGG TCAAAGAGGT CAGGCAGGCG ATGGAGTCGC TGGGCATCGA CCCGTCGTTC GGTGAGCGCA GCGTCAACGA GGGTTTCTCC GGCGGTGAGA AGAAGCGCCA CGAGATCCTG CAGCTGCAGC TGCTGAAACC GAAGATCGCG ATCCTGGACG AGACCGACTC CGGTCTGGAC GTCGACGCGT TGAGGATCGT CAGCGAGGGC GTGAACAACT ACGCCAAGGA GGCCGATGCC GGCATTTTGC TGATCACCCA CTACACCCGG CTGCTGCGGT ACATCCAGCC GCAGTTCGTG CACGTGTTCG TGGGCGGGCG CATCGTGGAG TCCGGCGGCC CGGAGCTGGC CGACGAGCTC GACGCCAACG GGTACGAACG GTTCACCCAG GCCGCCGCTG CCGGAGCC

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