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MytuD.17729.a: Putative uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MytuD.17729.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Tuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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AA
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ORDER
MATERIAL
MytuD.17729.a.A1.GE31019 Full length( MytuD.17729.a ) 1 411 GE31019
* 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_133329
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.85
RefSeq: NP_214588.1
TubercuList: Rv0074
MTB Network Portal: Rv0074
UniProt: O53619

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
MGDLSISQVS ARPGRIGIRA RQMFDGYRFQ RGPVLVVVED GRISAVDFAG SACPDMNLVD LGESTLLPGL VDAHAHLCWD PDGRPEDLAG DPHAVLVGRA RRHAAAALRS GITTIRDLGD RDYAALALRE EYRQKTTVGP ELVVSGPPLT RSGGHCWFLG GVADSVEELV DAVQERAARG ADWIKVMATG GFVTTASDPW QPQYGSGQLA AVVAAAEQVG LPVTAHAHAT AGIAAAVAAG VDGIEHCTFL SEGSAAASPD VVEAIVAQGV WCGMTIPRVY PEMPENLVAV VQDGWRNIRR LIDAGARVAL STDAGVAPGR RHDVLPDDLV YLSRHGFTST EVLTGATAAA AASCGLGHRK GRIAPGYDAD LLAVAAGVDH DPAGLCDVKA VWRSGTQVPL QASAVGYNTP S

NT Sequence
ATGGGCGATC TGAGCATTAG CCAGGTGTCG GCGCGTCCGG GACGGATCGG GATTCGCGCT AGGCAAATGT TCGACGGATA CCGGTTTCAG CGTGGTCCCG TGCTGGTCGT GGTCGAGGAT GGTCGGATCA GCGCGGTCGA TTTTGCTGGC TCCGCCTGCC CCGATATGAA CCTGGTTGAT CTGGGTGAAT CGACTTTGTT GCCGGGTCTG GTGGATGCGC ATGCGCATTT GTGCTGGGAC CCCGACGGTA GGCCAGAGGA TTTGGCCGGC GACCCCCATG CGGTGCTGGT GGGACGGGCG CGACGGCACG CCGCGGCCGC GTTGCGCTCC GGGATCACCA CGATTCGCGA TCTCGGCGAC CGTGACTATG CGGCCTTGGC GCTGCGGGAG GAGTATCGGC AGAAAACGAC GGTGGGGCCG GAACTGGTGG TTTCTGGGCC ACCATTGACT CGCAGCGGCG GGCATTGCTG GTTCCTCGGC GGCGTGGCCG ATAGCGTCGA GGAGCTGGTT GATGCGGTGC AGGAGCGGGC CGCGCGGGGA GCGGATTGGA TCAAGGTGAT GGCCACGGGC GGATTCGTTA CCACAGCATC CGATCCGTGG CAGCCGCAGT ACGGCAGCGG CCAACTGGCC GCGGTGGTGG CGGCCGCCGA GCAGGTAGGT CTACCGGTGA CCGCACATGC ACATGCCACC GCAGGGATCG CCGCGGCGGT CGCCGCGGGT GTTGACGGCA TCGAGCACTG CACGTTCTTG AGCGAAGGCA GCGCCGCCGC CAGCCCGGAT GTTGTTGAAG CGATTGTTGC CCAAGGTGTG TGGTGCGGTA TGACGATTCC CCGGGTGTAT CCGGAGATGC CGGAGAACCT TGTCGCGGTT GTGCAGGATG GATGGCGAAA CATCCGCCGG CTCATCGACG CCGGTGCGCG TGTCGCCCTG TCCACCGACG CTGGAGTCGC CCCGGGCAGA CGCCATGACG TGCTCCCCGA CGATTTGGTG TATCTGTCTC GACACGGGTT CACCAGCACA GAGGTGCTGA CCGGCGCCAC CGCAGCGGCC GCTGCCAGCT GTGGGCTCGG CCACCGCAAG GGTCGCATCG CGCCGGGCTA CGACGCTGAT CTGCTGGCTG TTGCGGCAGG TGTGGACCAT GACCCCGCCG GACTCTGCGA CGTCAAAGCC GTCTGGCGCA GCGGAACCCA GGTACCGCTA CAAGCATCCG CTGTGGGCTA CAACACCCCG TCA

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