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MytuD.18249.a: PROBABLE CYTOCHROME P450 130 CYP130

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: MytuD.18249.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*

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REFERENCE ID
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DESCRIPTION
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MATERIAL
MytuD.18249.a.B1.GE39935 full length 1 438 GE39935
* 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_132455
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.2097
RefSeq: NP_216396
TubercuList: Rv1880c
MTB Network Portal: Rv1880c
UniProt: P9WPL9

Orthologues for Rv1880c

Species % Identity % Coverage Clones Proteins Structures
leprae 38 91 0 0 0

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
MKDKLHWLAM HGVIRGIAAI GIRRGDLQAR LIADPAVATD PVPFYDEVRS HGALVRNRAN YLTVDHRLAH DLLRSDDFRV VSFGENLPPP LRWLERRTRG DQLHPLREPS LLAVEPPDHT RYRKTVSAVF TSRAVSALRD LVEQTAINLL DRFAEQPGIV DVVGRYCSQL PIVVISEILG VPEHDRPRVL EFGELAAPSL DIGIPWRQYL RVQQGIRGFD CWLEGHLQQL RHAPGDDLMS QLIQIAESGD NETQLDETEL RAIAGLVLVA GFETTVNLLG NGIRMLLDTP EHLATLRQHP ELWPNTVEEI LRLDSPVQLT ARVACRDVEV AGVRIKRGEV VVIYLAAANR DPAVFPDPHR FDIERPNAGR HLAFSTGRHF CLGAALARAE GEVGLRTFFD RFPDVRAAGA GSRRDTRVLR GWSTLPVTLG PARSMVSP

NT Sequence
gtgaaggaca agctgcactg gttggcgatg cacggggtga tccgcggcat tgcggcaatc gggattcggc gtggcgactt gcaggcccgg ctgatcgcgg atccggccgt cgccaccgat ccggtgccct tttacgacga agtccggtcc cacggcgccc tggtgcgcaa ccgcgccaac tacctgaccg tcgaccatcg gctcgcccat gacctgctgc gatcggacga cttccgcgtc gtctccttcg gcgagaatct gccaccaccg ctgcgctggc tggagcggcg gacccgcggc gatcaacttc accccctgcg agaaccttcg ctgctggccg tcgagccgcc cgatcacact cgctaccgca aaacggtgtc ggcggtgttc acctcacggg cggtcagcgc gctacgcgat ctggtcgaac agaccgcgat caatctcttg gatcggttcg ctgagcagcc cgggattgtg gacgtcgtag gacgctattg ctcgcaactg ccgatcgtgg tcatcagcga aattttgggc gtgcccgagc atgacaggcc gcgcgtcctg gaatttggtg agttggcagc gccgagtcta gacatcggga ttccgtggcg gcagtacctg cgtgtgcagc aggggatacg aggattcgac tgctggctgg aagggcatct gcagcagttg cggcacgctc cgggtgacga cctgatgagt cagttgatcc agatcgccga aagcggggac aacgagacac agctcgacga gaccgaactt cgggcgatcg ccggactggt tttggtcgcc ggattcgaaa ccacagtgaa cctgttaggc aacgggattc gcatgttgtt ggataccccc gaacatctgg ccacactgcg ccaacatccg gagctgtggc cgaatacggt tgaagaaatc ctgcggctgg attcgccggt tcagctcacc gcccgggtgg cttgccgtga cgtcgaggtg gctggtgtgc gaatcaaacg cggcgaagtc gtggtgatct acctagcagc cgccaaccgc gatcccgctg tgttcccgga tccgcaccgc tttgacatcg aacgccccaa tgccggacga catcttgcgt tctctaccgg ccgccacttc tgcctggggg ccgccctggc ccgcgccgaa ggcgaggtcg ggctgagaac gttcttcgac cgcttccccg atgtgcgggc cgcgggtgcc ggaagtcggc gtgacacgcg ggtgctgcgc ggttggtcga cgctgccggt gacactgggt ccggcacggt ccatggttag cccgtga

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