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MytuD.17614.b: ClpP protease chaperone protein ClpC2; uncharacterized protein Rv2667/MT2741

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MytuD.17614.b
is community request: True
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
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.2977
RefSeq: YP_177897.1
TubercuList: Rv2667
MTB Network Portal: Rv2667
UniProt: P9WPC7

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
MPEPTPTAYP VRLDELINAI KRVHSDVLDQ LSDAVLAAEH LGEIADHLIG HFVDQARRSG ASWSDIGKSM GVTKQAAQKR FVPRAEATTL DSNQGFRRFT PRARNAVVAA QNAAHGAASS EITPDHLLLG VLTDPAALAT ALLQQQEIDI ATLRTAVTLP PAVTEPPQPI PFSGPARKVL ELTFREALRL GHNYIGTEHL LLALLELEDG DGPLHRSGVD KSRAEADLIT TLASLTGANA AGATDAGATD AG

NT Sequence
atgccggagc ccacacccac cgcctacccc gtccgcctcg acgagctcat caacgccatc aaacgggtgc acagcgacgt gttggaccaa ctcagcgacg ccgtcctggc cgccgagcat ctcggcgaaa tcgccgatca cttaatcggc cacttcgtcg atcaggcccg ccgctcgggc gcctcctggt ccgatatcgg caagagcatg ggcgtcacca aacaggccgc gcaaaagcgg ttcgtccccc gagccgaagc caccacactg gattcaaacc agggcttcag gcgtttcacg ccgcgggccc gcaacgccgt ggtcgcggcc caaaacgccg cgcacggagc cgccagcagc gagatcaccc ccgatcacct gttgttggga gtgctcactg acccggccgc actggccacg gcgttgcttc agcagcagga gatcgacatc gcaaccctgc gtacggcggt cacgctcccc ccggcagtca ccgagccgcc tcagccgatc ccgttcagcg gcccggcgcg caaggtcctc gagctcacct tccgcgaggc gcttcggctg ggccacaact acatcgggac cgaacacctg ctgctggcac tgctagaact cgaggacggg gatgggccgt tgcatcgatc cggcgtcgac aagagccgcg ccgaggccga cctgatcacc acgctcgcat cgctcaccgg cgccaacgct gccggcgcaa ccgatgccgg cgcaaccgat gccggctga

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