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MythA.18665.a: Putative uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium thermoresistibile ATCC 19527 / NCTC 10409
most recent status: crystallized
center reference id: MythA.18665.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.2473
RefSeq: WP_003926000.1
UniProt: G7CKS9

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
MSTTKHREVA KLDRVSLPVE AARIGATGWQ IARTGARVVT RLPSRGSLQQ KVIKELPKTF SDLGPTYVKF GQIIASSPGA FGEPLSREFR SLLDRVPPAD PTAVRKLVRQ ELGADPSELF KHFDDKPFAS ASIAQVHYAT LHSGEEVVVK IQRPGIRRRV TADLQILKHG ARLVELAKLG RRLSAQDVVA DFADNLAEEL DFRLEAQSMD TWVAHMHASP LGKNIRVPQV YWDLTSERVL TMERVSGVRI DDVAALRKKG FEGTELVKAL LFSLFEGGLR HGLFHGDLHA GNLYVDDDGK IVFFDFGIMG RIDPRTRWLL RELVYALLVK KDHAAAGKIV VLMGAVGTTK PEAQAAKDLE KFATPLTMST LGDMSYAEIG RQLSALAEAY DVKLPRELVL IGKQFLYVER YMKLLAPKWQ MMSDPELTGY FANFMVDIKR EHDAKADELE V

NT Sequence
atgagtacca ccaagcaccg cgaggtagcc aagctcgacc gggtgtcgtt gccggttgag gcggcccgga tcggtgccac cggttggcag atcgcccgca cgggcgcccg agtcgtcacc aggcttccca gccgtggctc cctacagcag aaggtcatca aagagctccc caagacgttc tccgacctgg ggccgacgta tgtgaagttc ggccagatca tcgcgtccag cccgggtgcg ttcggggagc cgctgagccg ggagttccgc agcctgctgg accgggtgcc gccggccgac ccgacggccg tgcgcaaact ggtccggcag gagctcggcg ccgacccgtc cgagctgttc aagcacttcg acgacaagcc gttcgcgtcg gcgtcgatcg cccaggtgca ctacgccacc ctgcacagcg gtgaggaggt ggtggtcaag atccagcggc cgggtatccg ccgccgggtc accgccgacc tgcagatcct caagcacggc gcccggttgg tggagctcgc caaactgggc cggcggctgt ccgcccagga tgtggtcgcc gacttcgccg acaacctcgc cgaggagctg gacttccggc tggaggccca gtcgatggac acctgggtgg cgcacatgca cgcctccccg ctcggcaaga acatccgggt gccgcaggtg tactgggatc tcaccagcga gcgggtgctc accatggaac gggtctccgg ggtgcgcatc gacgatgtgg ccgcgctgcg caagaagggc ttcgagggca ccgagctggt caaggcgttg ctgttcagcc tgttcgaggg cgggctgcgg cacggcctgt tccacggcga cctgcatgcc ggcaacctgt acgtcgacga tgacggcaag atcgtcttct tcgacttcgg catcatgggc cgcatcgatc cgcgcacccg ctggctgctg cgtgagctgg tgtacgcgct gctggtgaag aaggaccacg cggccgccgg caagatcgtc gtgctgatgg gcgcggtggg caccaccaaa cccgaagcgc aggccgccaa ggacctggag aagttcgcga ccccgctgac catgtccacc ctcggcgaca tgagctacgc cgagatcggc cggcagctct cggcgctggc cgaggcgtac gacgtcaagc tgccgcggga gctggtgctg atcggcaaac agttcctcta cgtcgagcgg tacatgaagc tgctcgcgcc gaagtggcag atgatgtccg atcccgagct gaccggctat ttcgccaact tcatggtgga catcaagcgc gaacacgacg ccaaggccga cgagctcgag gtctga

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