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MytuD.17208.a: RNA polymerase sigma factor

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MytuD.17208.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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Clones*

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MATERIAL
MytuD.17208.a.A2.GE30711 Mature protein( MytuD.17208.a ) 24 370 GE30711
* 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
OrthoMCL: OG5_179275
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.206
RefSeq: NP_214696.1
TubercuList: Rv0182c
MTB Network Portal: Rv0182c
UniProt: O07426

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
MRTSPMPAKF RSVRVVVITG SVTAAPVRVS ETLRRLIDVS VLAENSGREP ADERRGDFSA HTEPYRRELL AHCYRMTGSL HDAEDLVQET LLRAWKAYEG FAGKSSLRTW LHRIATNTCL TALEGRRRRP LPTGLGRPSA DPSGELVERR EVSWLEPLPD VTDDPADPST IVGNRESVRL AFVAALQHLS PRQRAVLLLR DVLQWKSAEV ADAIGTSTVA VNSLLQRARS QLQTVRPSAA DRLSAPDSPE AQDLLARYIA AFEAYDIDRL VELFTAEAIW EMPPYTGWYQ GAQAIVTLIH QQCPAYSPGD MRLISLIANG QPAAAMYMRA GDVHLPFQLH VLDMAADRVS HVVAFLDTTL FPKFGLPDSL

NT Sequence
ATGCGCACAT CGCCGATGCC CGCGAAATTC CGTTCAGTCC GGGTGGTAGT CATTACCGGG AGCGTAACGG CTGCTCCGGT GAGAGTGTCG GAGACTCTGC GTAGGCTCAT TGACGTGAGT GTGCTCGCAG AAAACTCTGG CCGCGAGCCC GCCGACGAAC GGCGCGGGGA CTTCTCCGCC CACACCGAGC CCTACCGGCG TGAACTGCTC GCACACTGCT ATCGCATGAC TGGCTCGCTG CACGACGCGG AAGACCTTGT TCAGGAGACG CTGCTGCGGG CCTGGAAGGC CTATGAGGGC TTCGCGGGCA AGTCCTCGCT ACGCACCTGG CTGCATCGGA TCGCCACCAA CACCTGCCTG ACGGCGTTGG AGGGCCGTCG ACGCCGGCCG TTGCCGACGG GGCTCGGGCG GCCGAGTGCC GATCCGTCCG GGGAGTTGGT GGAACGTCGA GAGGTGTCCT GGCTGGAGCC GCTGCCGGAC GTGACGGACG ACCCTGCTGA TCCCTCAACG ATCGTCGGGA ACCGGGAATC GGTGCGGTTG GCCTTTGTGG CGGCTCTGCA GCACCTCTCA CCCCGGCAGC GAGCCGTACT GCTGCTGCGC GACGTGCTGC AGTGGAAATC GGCCGAGGTG GCCGACGCGA TCGGTACCAG CACCGTCGCC GTCAATAGCC TGCTGCAGCG GGCCCGCTCT CAGCTGCAGA CGGTCCGGCC CAGCGCCGCC GACCGGTTGT CCGCGCCGGA TTCACCCGAG GCGCAAGACC TGTTGGCCCG CTATATCGCC GCGTTCGAGG CTTATGACAT CGACCGGTTG GTCGAGCTGT TCACCGCCGA GGCGATCTGG GAAATGCCGC CGTATACCGG CTGGTACCAG GGCGCACAGG CCATCGTCAC CCTCATTCAC CAACAGTGCC CCGCCTATTC GCCTGGCGAT ATGCGCCTGA TTTCGTTGAT CGCCAACGGC CAGCCCGCCG CGGCCATGTA CATGCGTGCC GGTGACGTGC ACCTGCCTTT TCAGCTACAC GTGCTGGACA TGGCCGCCGA CCGCGTGTCA CACGTGGTGG CCTTCCTCGA CACCACCTTG TTCCCGAAAT TCGGCCTGCC CGATTCGCTG

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