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MytuD.17399.a: Stearoyl-CoA 9-desaturase electron transfer partner

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MytuD.17399.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_139231
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.3613
RefSeq: NP_217747.1
TubercuList: Rv3230c
MTB Network Portal: Rv3230c
UniProt: P9WNE9

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
MSKKHTTLNA SIIDTRRPTV AGADRHPGWH ALRKIAARIT TPLLPDDYLH LANPLWSARE LRGRILGVRR ETEDSATLFI KPGWGFSFDY QPGQYIGIGL LVDGRWRWRS YSLTSSPAAS GSARMVTVTV KAMPEGFLST HLVAGVKPGT IVRLAAPQGN FVLPDPAPPL ILFLTAGSGI TPVMSMLRTL VRRNQITDVV HLHSAPTAAD VMFGAELAAL AADHPGYRLS VRETRAQGRL DLTRIGQQVP DWRERQTWAC GPEGVLNQAD KVWSSAGASD RLHLERFAVS KTAPAGAGGT VTFARSGKSV AADAATSLMD AGEGAGVQLP FGCRMGICQS CVVDLVEGHV RDLRTGQRHE PGTRVQTCVS AASGDCVLDI

NT Sequence
ATGAGCAAGA AACACACGAC GCTTAACGCC AGCATCATCG ACACCAGGCG CCCCACCGTC GCCGGAGCCG ACCGGCATCC GGGCTGGCAT GCGCTGCGCA AGATTGCCGC GCGCATCACG ACGCCATTGT TGCCCGACGA CTACCTTCAC CTGGCAAATC CGCTGTGGTC CGCGCGGGAA TTGCGGGGGC GCATCCTAGG GGTCCGCCGA GAGACGGAAG ACTCCGCGAC CCTGTTCATC AAACCGGGCT GGGGCTTCAG TTTCGACTAC CAGCCGGGCC AATACATCGG GATCGGGCTG CTGGTCGACG GGCGCTGGCG CTGGCGGTCG TATTCGCTGA CGTCGAGTCC GGCGGCATCC GGGTCCGCGC GCATGGTGAC CGTCACGGTG AAGGCGATGC CCGAGGGCTT CCTGTCCACC CACTTGGTGG CCGGGGTAAA GCCAGGGACC ATTGTGCGGC TGGCTGCGCC CCAGGGCAAT TTCGTATTAC CGGATCCGGC GCCCCCGTTG ATTCTGTTTT TGACTGCCGG GTCGGGGATT ACGCCGGTAA TGTCGATGCT TCGAACGTTG GTGCGCCGCA ACCAAATCAC CGACGTAGTG CACCTGCATT CGGCGCCCAC CGCAGCTGAC GTGATGTTCG GTGCCGAGCT GGCTGCCCTG GCGGCCGACC ATCCCGGTTA TCGGTTGTCG GTGCGCGAGA CGCGCGCCCA GGGCCGGCTG GACCTGACCC GGATCGGTCA GCAGGTGCCG GACTGGCGTG AACGCCAGAC CTGGGCGTGC GGGCCGGAGG GCGTGCTCAA CCAGGCCGAC AAGGTCTGGT CATCGGCGGG TGCCAGCGAC CGACTGCACC TGGAGCGGTT CGCAGTGTCC AAAACGGCGC CCGCTGGAGC GGGCGGGACC GTCACGTTCG CCCGAAGTGG CAAGAGCGTA GCCGCCGATG CTGCCACGTC GTTGATGGAC GCCGGTGAGG GCGCCGGCGT GCAGCTACCC TTCGGCTGCC GGATGGGCAT CTGCCAGTCG TGTGTGGTCG ACCTGGTGGA AGGCCATGTT CGGGATCTGC GCACGGGCCA GCGGCATGAG CCCGGAACCC GGGTCCAGAC CTGCGTGTCG GCCGCCTCGG GTGATTGCGT GCTGGACATC

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