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MytuD.01124.a: PROBABLE DAUNORUBICIN-DIM-TRANSPORT ATP-BINDING PROTEIN ABC TRANSPORTER DRRA

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MytuD.01124.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_126568
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.3272
RefSeq: NP_217452.1
TubercuList: Rv2936
MTB Network Portal: Rv2936
UniProt: P9WQL9

Orthologues for Rv2936

Species % Identity % Coverage Clones Proteins Structures
leprae 85 100 1 0 0
marinum 83 99 1 0 0
ulcerans 83 99 0 0 0
avium 54 93 1 0 0
paratuberculosis 54 93 1 0 0
marinum 44 95 0 0 0
avium 44 65 0 0 0
smegmatis 44 64 1 0 0
fortuitum 44 64 0 0 0
ulcerans 43 97 1 0 0

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
MRNDDMAVVV NGVRKTYGKG KIVALDDVSF KVRRGEVIGL LGPNGAGKTT MVDILSTLTR PDAGSAIIAG YDVVSEPAGV RRSIMVTGQQ VAVDDALSGE QNLVLFGRLW GLSKSAARKR AAELLEQFSL VHAGKRRVGT YSGGMRRRID IACGLVVQPQ VAFLDEPTTG LDPRSRQAIW DLVASFKKLG IATLLTTQYL EEADALSDRI ILIDHGIIIA EGTANELKHR AGDTFCEIVP RDLKDLDAIV AALGSLLPEH HRAMLTPDSD RITMPAPDGI RMLVEAARRI DEARIELADI ALRRPSLDHV FLAMTTDPTE SLTHLVSGSA R

NT Sequence
ATGCGCAACG ACGACATGGC GGTGGTGGTT AACGGGGTTC GCAAGACCTA CGGCAAGGGC AAGATTGTGG CCCTCGATGA CGTGAGTTTC AAGGTGCGCC GCGGTGAAGT GATCGGGCTG CTGGGCCCCA ACGGGGCCGG CAAGACGACC ATGGTGGACA TCTTGTCGAC GCTGACCCGA CCGGATGCCG GCTCGGCGAT CATCGCTGGC TACGATGTTG TTTCCGAACC GGCCGGTGTA CGCCGCTCGA TCATGGTCAC CGGGCAGCAG GTGGCCGTCG ACGACGCGCT TTCCGGTGAG CAGAACCTGG TGTTGTTTGG TCGTCTGTGG GGACTGAGCA AGTCCGCGGC GCGCAAACGC GCCGCCGAAC TGCTCGAGCA ATTCAGCCTC GTACATGCCG GAAAGAGGCG GGTGGGCACC TACTCCGGCG GAATGCGCCG ACGAATAGAC ATCGCGTGCG GATTGGTGGT CCAACCCCAG GTGGCGTTCT TAGACGAGCC CACCACCGGG CTCGATCCCA GGAGCCGGCA AGCTATTTGG GATCTGGTGG CCAGCTTCAA GAAGCTGGGC ATTGCCACGT TGTTGACCAC GCAGTATCTC GAGGAGGCGG ATGCGCTCAG TGACCGCATC ATCCTGATCG ATCACGGCAT AATCATCGCC GAAGGCACCG CGAATGAACT CAAGCACCGC GCCGGCGACA CCTTCTGCGA AATAGTGCCC CGCGATCTGA AGGATCTGGA CGCTATCGTC GCGGCGCTCG GTTCGCTGTT GCCCGAGCAC CACAGGGCGA TGCTGACGCC CGACTCAGAC CGCATTACGA TGCCGGCGCC TGACGGCATA CGTATGCTCG TCGAGGCAGC GCGCCGGATC GACGAGGCGA GGATCGAGCT AGCCGATATT GCGCTGCGCC GACCGTCACT CGATCACGTA TTCCTGGCCA TGACGACCGA TCCCACCGAG TCTCTGACCC ATCTGGTGTC GGGGTCCGCG CGA

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