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MytuD.00640.a: acetate kinase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MytuD.00640.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Tuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_130287
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.451
RefSeq: NP_214923.1
TubercuList: Rv0409
MTB Network Portal: Rv0409
UniProt: P9WQH1

Orthologues for Rv0409

Species % Identity % Coverage Clones Proteins Structures
marinum 79 98 1 1 1
avium 78 98 1 0 2
paratuberculosis 78 98 1 0 1
ulcerans 77 98 0 0 0
smegmatis 66 98 0 1 1
abscessus 62 98 1 1 0

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
(S)-propane-1,2-diol degradation PWY-7013 2.7.2.1
superpathway of L-threonine metabolism THREOCAT-PWY 2.7.2.1

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
MSSTVLVINS GSSSLKFQLV EPVAGMSRAA GIVERIGERS SPVADHAQAL HRAFKMLAED GIDLQTCGLV AVGHRVVHGG TEFHQPTLLD DTVIGKLEEL SALAPLHNPP AVLGIKVARR LLANVAHVAV FDTAFFHDLP PAAATYAIDR DVADRWHIRR YGFHGTSHQY VSERAAAFLG RPLDGLNQIV LHLGNGASAS AIARGRPVET SMGLTPLEGL VMGTRSGDLD PGVISYLWRT ARMGVEDIES MLNHRSGMLG LAGERDFRRL RLVIETGDRS AQLAYEVFIH RLRKYLGAYL AVLGHTDVVS FTAGIGENDA AVRRDALAGL QGLGIALDQD RNLGPGHGAR RISSDDSPIA VLVVPTNEEL AIARDCLRVL GGRRA

NT Sequence
ATGAGTAGCA CCGTGCTGGT GATCAATTCC GGCTCGTCGT CGCTGAAGTT CCAGCTCGTC GAGCCGGTCG CCGGCATGTC ACGTGCCGCC GGGATTGTCG AGCGGATCGG CGAGCGGTCA TCCCCGGTTG CCGATCACGC CCAGGCGCTG CATCGCGCAT TCAAGATGTT GGCCGAGGAC GGAATTGACC TGCAGACCTG CGGGCTGGTG GCGGTCGGAC ACCGGGTGGT CCACGGCGGC ACGGAGTTTC ACCAGCCGAC GCTGCTGGAT GACACGGTGA TCGGCAAGCT TGAGGAGCTG TCGGCGCTGG CCCCGTTGCA CAACCCGCCG GCGGTACTGG GCATCAAGGT GGCACGCAGA TTGCTGGCCA ATGTCGCGCA CGTCGCGGTG TTCGATACGG CCTTTTTCCA TGACTTGCCC CCGGCGGCCG CGACCTATGC CATCGACCGC GACGTCGCCG ACAGATGGCA TATCCGCCGC TACGGATTTC ATGGCACTTC ACACCAATAC GTCAGCGAGC GGGCCGCCGC CTTCCTGGGC CGCCCGCTCG ACGGTTTGAA TCAGATTGTG CTGCATCTGG GTAACGGTGC CTCCGCCTCG GCGATTGCCC GCGGCCGGCC GGTGGAAACG TCGATGGGCC TGACACCGCT TGAGGGCTTG GTGATGGGCA CCCGCAGTGG CGACCTGGAC CCGGGCGTCA TCAGCTACTT GTGGCGCACC GCGAGGATGG GTGTCGAGGA CATCGAATCG ATGCTCAACC ATCGGTCCGG GATGTTGGGG TTGGCGGGGG AGCGGGATTT TCGCCGTCTA CGACTAGTGA TCGAAACCGG GGACAGGTCA GCACAATTGG CGTATGAGGT GTTCATCCAC CGGTTGCGCA AGTACCTTGG TGCCTATCTG GCGGTGTTGG GCCACACCGA TGTGGTGAGC TTTACCGCCG GGATCGGCGA AAACGATGCG GCGGTGCGGC GGGACGCGTT GGCTGGCCTT CAGGGGCTAG GTATCGCACT CGACCAAGAC CGCAACCTGG GCCCGGGGCA CGGCGCCCGG CGGATTTCGT CAGACGATTC ACCGATCGCC GTGCTGGTGG TTCCCACGAA TGAAGAACTG GCCATCGCCC GCGATTGCCT GAGGGTGCTG GGCGGACGCC GAGCG

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