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MytuD.17268.d: PE FAMILY PROTEIN. POSSIBLE LIPASE.

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.17268.d
is community request: True
associated disease: Tuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: NO_GROUP
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.4256
RefSeq: NP_218339
TubercuList: Rv3822
MTB Network Portal: Rv3822
UniProt: O07801

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
2.3.1.284

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
MKCPGVSDCV ATVRHDNVFA IAAGLRWSAA VPPLHKGDAV TKLLVGAIAG GMLACAAILG DGIASADTAL IVPGTAPSPY GPLRSLYHFN PAMQPQIGAN YYNPTATRHV VSYPGSFWPV TGLNSPTVGS SVSAGTNNLD AAIRSTDGPI FVAGLSQGTL VLDREQARLA NDPTAPPPGQ LTFIKAGDPN NLLWRAFRPG THVPIIDYTV PAPAESQYDT INIVGQYDIF SDPPNRPGNL LADLNAIAAG GYYGHSATAF SDPARVAPRD ITTTTNSLGA TTTTYFIRTD QLPLVRALVD MAGLPPQAAG TVDAALRPII DRAYQPGPAP AVNPRDLVQG IRGIPAIAPA IAIPIGSTTG ASAATSTAAA TAAATNALRG ANVGPGANKA LSMVRGLLPK GKKH

NT Sequence
atgaaatgtc caggcgtctc cgactgcgtt gcgaccgtaa ggcacgataa cgtgtttgct attgctgctg gtttgcgttg gtcggccgct gtaccgccgc tacacaaagg ggacgctgtg accaaactgc tcgtcggggc catcgcgggc ggaatgctag cttgcgcagc tatattgggc gacggaatcg cttcggccga tactgcgttg atagtacccg gtaccgcacc gtccccgtac gggccactca ggtcgctcta tcatttcaat cccgcgatgc agcctcagat cggcgcgaat tactacaacc ccaccgctac ccgccacgtc gtttcatatc caggcagctt ttggcctgtc acaggcttga attcgcccac cgtcggcagt tctgtcagtg ccgggacgaa caatctcgat gcggcgatcc gcagcactga cggaccaatc ttcgtggccg ggttatcaca gggcacgctc gtgcttgacc gcgagcaggc acggttagcg aatgacccga cggctcctcc ccctgggcaa ctcacattca tcaaggccgg cgaccctaac aatcttcttt ggcgggcgtt taggccggga acccacgtgc cgatcatcga ctacaccgtt ccggccccag cggaaagcca gtacgacaca atcaatatcg tgggccagta cgacattttt tctgacccgc ctaatcgtcc gggcaaccta ctcgctgacc tcaatgcgat tgccgcgggc ggatactacg gccacagcgc caccgcattc tcggacccag ctcgcgttgc gcctagggac attacgacga caacgaacag tttgggtgcg acgaccacga cctacttcat ccggaccgat cagctacctc tggtgcgggc gctggtggac atggcgggcc tgcccccgca ggcggcggga acagttgatg ccgcactgcg gcccataatt gacagggctt atcagcccgg accagcaccc gctgtgaacc cgcgtgattt ggtccagggc atccgcggta tccccgccat cgcccctgcc atcgccatcc ctatcggcag caccaccggg gccagtgccg ccaccagcac cgctgccgcc acggcagcag caacaaatgc gctccgcggg gccaacgtgg gcccgggcgc caacaaggcg ttgtcgatgg tccggggttt gctacccaaa gggaagaagc actag

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