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MythA.10611.b: Alcohol dehydrogenase B (A0QNZ4 homolog)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium thermoresistibile ATCC 19527 / NCTC 10409
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MythA.10611.b
is community request: False
associated disease: Respiratory Infection
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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AA
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ORDER
MATERIAL
MythA.10611.b.A1.GE29592 Full length( MythA.10611.b ) 1 374 GE29592
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|1078020.3.peg.1044
RefSeq: WP_003924529.1
UniProt: G7CDJ8

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
MKTKGALLWE LNSPFRVDEI DVGDPVEDEV QIRLHAAGMC HSDYHLTTGA TPIGLPALGG HEGAGVITKV GKNVTGLQEG DHVILAFIPS CGQCQPCLRG HRSLCDRGAV LLGGKAIADG TSRVRAGSTE VSPMNLLGTF APYMTVHKDS VVKIDPEVPF ETAAIMGCAV PTGFGSATNV AQVQPGETVV IVGVGGIGLS ALQGAVISGA KHVIAIDPVE FKRDTALKFG ATHVFSSMAE AINPVLELTH GFMAEKTIIA VGEMRGEYIE EAMTLTAKTG TCVVTGMGAM TDVDVKLNLF LFTMLQKTLK GNIFGGGSSH VETPRLVALY KSGLLKIDEM VTNTYRLEDI NQGYQDMLDG KNIRGVIVYD ESDW

NT Sequence
ATGAAGACCA AAGGCGCACT GCTGTGGGAG CTGAACTCGC CGTTCCGGGT CGACGAGATC GACGTCGGTG ACCCCGTCGA GGACGAGGTG CAGATCCGGC TGCATGCCGC GGGCATGTGC CACTCCGACT ACCACCTGAC CACCGGCGCC ACCCCGATCG GCCTGCCGGC GTTGGGCGGG CACGAGGGCG CCGGGGTCAT CACCAAGGTC GGCAAGAACG TCACCGGCCT ACAGGAGGGC GACCACGTCA TCCTGGCGTT CATCCCGTCC TGCGGCCAGT GCCAGCCGTG TCTGCGCGGC CACCGCTCGT TGTGCGACCG GGGCGCGGTG CTGCTGGGCG GCAAGGCGAT CGCCGACGGC ACCTCCCGGG TGCGTGCCGG CAGCACCGAG GTGTCGCCGA TGAACCTGCT CGGCACCTTC GCCCCCTACA TGACCGTGCA CAAGGACTCG GTCGTCAAGA TCGACCCGGA GGTGCCGTTC GAGACCGCGG CGATCATGGG CTGCGCGGTG CCGACGGGCT TCGGGTCGGC CACCAACGTC GCGCAGGTCC AGCCGGGTGA GACGGTCGTC ATCGTCGGTG TCGGCGGGAT CGGCCTGAGC GCGCTGCAGG GCGCGGTGAT CTCCGGCGCC AAGCACGTCA TCGCGATCGA CCCGGTGGAG TTCAAGCGCG ACACCGCGCT GAAATTCGGT GCCACCCATG TCTTCTCGTC AATGGCCGAG GCGATCAACC CGGTTCTGGA GCTGACCCAC GGGTTCATGG CCGAGAAGAC CATCATCGCG GTCGGCGAGA TGCGCGGCGA GTACATCGAA GAGGCGATGA CGCTGACCGC CAAGACCGGC ACCTGCGTGG TCACCGGCAT GGGCGCGATG ACCGACGTCG ACGTCAAGCT CAACCTGTTC CTGTTCACCA TGCTGCAGAA GACGTTGAAG GGCAACATCT TCGGTGGCGG CAGCTCGCAC GTGGAGACGC CGCGGCTGGT GGCGCTGTAC AAGTCCGGGT TGCTCAAGAT CGACGAGATG GTGACCAACA CCTACCGGCT TGAGGACATC AACCAGGGCT ACCAGGACAT GCTCGACGGG AAGAACATCC GCGGCGTCAT CGTCTACGAC GAATCGGACT GG

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