NIAID Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases NIAID Bioinformatics Resource Centers NIAID Structural Genomic Centers Center for Structural Genomics of Infectious Disease
Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease

MytuD.01568.a: PROBABLE Sn-GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE TRANSPORT ATP-BINDING PROTEIN ABC TRANSPORTER UGPC

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MytuD.01568.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Tuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

If there are materials available for this target, they will be listed below. Materials can be ordered from SSGCID using the button in the "order material" column. Clicking the button will add the material to a virtual cart. You may order multiple materials at a time at no cost to you, as this contract is funded by NIAID. When you are ready to place your order, click the "Place Order" link which will appear in the top right corner of the page after you place your first item in your cart.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_128894
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.3158
RefSeq: NP_217348.1
TubercuList: Rv2832c
MTB Network Portal: Rv2832c
UniProt: I6X5H3

Orthologues for Rv2832c

Species % Identity % Coverage Clones Proteins Structures
marinum 81 100 1 0 0
thermoresistibile 66 52 1 0 0
fortuitum 43 57 0 0 0
fortuitum 42 60 0 0 0
smegmatis 39 56 0 0 0
abscessus 34 55 0 0 0

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
3.6.3.20
7.6.2.10

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
MANVQYSAVT QRYPGADAPT VDNLDLDIAD GEFLVLVGPS GCGKSTTLRV LAGLEPIESG RISIGDVDVT HLPPRARDVA MVFQNYALYP NMTVAANMGF ALRNAGMSRA DTRRRVLEVA DMLELTDLLD RKPAKLSGGQ RQRVAMGRAI VRRPRVFCMD EPLSNLDAKL RVSTRSQISG LQRRLGTTTV YVTHDQVEAM TMGDRVAVLK DGVLQQVDTP RALYDDPVNT FVATFIGAPA MNLIDAAVAH GVVRAPDLAI PVPDPAAERV LVGVRPESWD VASIGTPGSL TVHVELVEEL GFESFVYATP VDQRGWSSRA PRIVFRTDRR TAVRVGESLA IVPHSQEVRL FNSRTETRLR

NT Sequence
ATGGCTAACG TTCAGTACTC TGCTGTCACC CAGCGCTATC CCGGCGCCGA CGCGCCGACC GTCGACAACT TGGACCTCGA CATCGCCGAC GGGGAGTTTC TGGTTCTGGT CGGTCCGTCC GGTTGCGGCA AGTCCACCAC GCTGCGCGTG CTGGCCGGGC TGGAACCCAT TGAGAGCGGG CGCATCAGCA TCGGCGACGT GGATGTGACG CATCTGCCGC CGCGGGCGCG TGACGTGGCG ATGGTGTTCC AGAACTACGC GCTGTACCCG AACATGACGG TGGCCGCCAA CATGGGGTTC GCGCTGCGAA ACGCCGGGAT GTCGCGCGCG GACACCCGCC GGCGGGTGCT GGAAGTCGCC GACATGCTGG AGCTGACGGA TCTGCTGGAC CGCAAGCCCG CCAAGCTCTC CGGCGGGCAG CGGCAGCGGG TGGCGATGGG CCGGGCGATC GTGCGCCGGC CCCGGGTGTT CTGCATGGAC GAGCCGCTGT CGAATCTGGA CGCCAAGCTG CGGGTGAGCA CCCGCTCACA GATCTCCGGA TTGCAGCGTC GGTTGGGCAC CACCACCGTC TACGTCACCC ACGATCAGGT GGAGGCGATG ACGATGGGCG ACCGGGTGGC GGTGCTCAAA GACGGTGTGC TGCAACAGGT TGACACGCCG AGGGCGCTGT ATGACGACCC GGTCAACACG TTTGTCGCCA CGTTCATCGG CGCGCCGGCG ATGAACCTCA TCGACGCCGC CGTCGCCCAC GGTGTGGTGC GGGCACCGGA TTTGGCGATA CCGGTTCCGG ACCCGGCGGC CGAGCGGGTG CTGGTCGGCG TGCGGCCGGA GTCCTGGGAC GTGGCATCGA TCGGCACCCC GGGATCGTTG ACCGTGCACG TCGAGTTGGT GGAGGAGCTC GGCTTCGAAT CCTTCGTCTA CGCAACGCCG GTCGACCAGC GGGGCTGGTC GTCACGCGCA CCGCGCATCG TGTTCCGCAC CGACCGGCGT ACCGCGGTGC GGGTGGGTGA GTCGTTGGCG ATCGTGCCGC ACTCGCAGGA GGTGCGCCTC TTCAACAGCC GCACCGAGAC CCGGCTTCGC

© 2022 Seattle Children's Research Institute. All rights reserved.