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MytuD.17784.c: probable membrane-anchored mycosin MYCP3 (serine protease) (Rv0291)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.17784.c
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
OrthoMCL: OG5_149677
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.323
RefSeq: NP_214805.1
TubercuList: Rv0291
MTB Network Portal: Rv0291
UniProt: O53695

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
MIRAAFACLA ATVVVAGWWT PPAWAIGPPV VDAAAQPPSG DPGPVAPMEQ RGACSVSGVI PGTDPGVPTP SQTMLNLPAA WQFSRGEGQL VAIIDTGVQP GPRLPNVDAG GDFVESTDGL TDCDGHGTLV AGIVAGQPGN DGFSGVAPAA RLLSIRAMST KFSPRTSGGD PQLAQATLDV AVLAGAIVHA ADLGAKVINV STITCLPADR MVDQAALGAA IRYAAVDKDA VIVAAAGNTG ASGSVSASCD SNPLTDLSRP DDPRNWAGVT SVSIPSWWQP YVLSVASLTS AGQPSKFSMP GPWVGIAAPG ENIASVSNSG DGALANGLPD AHQKLVALSG TSYAAGYVSG VAALVRSRYP GLNATEVVRR LTATAHRGAR ESSNIVGAGN LDAVAALTWQ LPAEPGGGAA PAKPVADPPV PAPKDTTPRN VAFAGAAALS VLVGLTAATV AIARRRREPT E

NT Sequence
atgatccgtg ccgcatttgc gtgtctggcg gcgaccgtgg tcgttgcggg gtggtggacg ccgccggcgt gggcgatcgg gccgccggtg gtggacgccg ccgcgcaacc gcccagcgga gacccgggac cggtggcgcc gatggaacaa cgcggtgcgt gcagcgtctc cggtgttatc ccgggcaccg atccaggcgt accgacgccc agccaaacga tgctgaatct gcctgcggct tggcagtttt cccggggtga gggccagctg gtggcgatca tcgacaccgg ggtgcagccg ggcccgcgac tgcccaacgt cgatgccggt ggtgacttcg tggagtcgac cgacgggctg accgattgtg acgggcatgg caccctggtc gccggaatcg tcgccggcca gcccggtaat gacggcttct ctggtgtggc gccggcggcg cggctgctgt ccatcagggc gatgtctacg aagttctcac cgcgcacatc ggggggcgat ccgcagctgg cgcaggccac acttgacgtc gcggtgctgg ccggtgccat cgttcatgcg gccgaccttg gtgccaaggt gatcaacgtc tccacgatca cctgcctacc cgccgatcgg atggtcgacc aggccgcgct gggcgcggcg atccggtatg cggcggtgga caaggacgcg gtgatcgtgg cggccgcggg aaacaccgga gcgagcggat cggtcagcgc gtcgtgtgat tccaacccgt tgaccgatct gagccgccca gacgatccgc ggaactgggc gggcgtcacc tcggtgtcca tcccgtcgtg gtggcagccc tacgtgttgt cggtggcgtc gctcacatcc gccgggcagc catcgaaatt cagcatgccc gggccgtggg tgggcatcgc cgcacccggg gaaaacattg cgtcggtgag taactcaggc gacggcgccc tggctaacgg actgcccgac gcccaccaga aactggtggc tctcagcggc accagctacg cggccggcta tgtctccggg gtggccgcgc tggtccgcag ccgctatccc gggctgaacg ccaccgaggt ggtgcgccgg ctgaccgcca ccgcgcaccg cggcgcccga gagtcctcca acatcgtcgg cgccggcaac ctggacgcgg tggcggccct gacctggcaa ctgcccgccg aacccggggg cggtgccgca ccggccaagc cggtcgccga tccgccggtc ccggcgccca aagacaccac accgcgcaac gtcgcattcg ccggagcagc cgcgctgagc gtgctggtcg ggctcacagc cgcgactgtc gcgatagcgc gccgacgaag ggagcccacc gaatga

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