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MytuD.18529.a: Uncharacterized protein Rv2927c/MT2997

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.18529.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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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.3262
RefSeq: NP_217443.1
RefSeq: NP_337510.1
TubercuList: Rv2927c
MTB Network Portal: Rv2927c
UniProt: P9WL15

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
MYRVFEALDE LSAIVEEARG VPMTAGCVVP RGDVLELIDD IKDAIPGELD DAQDVLDARD SMLQDAKTHA DSMVSSATTE AESILNHART EADRILSDAK AQADRMVSEA RQHSERMVAD AREEAIRIAT AAKREYEASV SRAQAECDRL IENGNISYEK AVQEGIKEQQ RLVSQNEVVA AANAESTRLV DTAHAEADRL RGECDIYVDN KLAEFEEFLN GTLRSVGRGR HQLRTAAGTH DYAVR

NT Sequence
gtgtaccgag tctttgaagc gctggacgaa ttgagcgcca tagtcgaaga agcccgaggc gtgccgatga cggcaggttg cgtcgtcccg cgtggggatg tgctggagtt gatcgacgac atcaaggatg cgatccccgg tgagctggat gacgcgcagg acgtcctcga cgcacgtgat tcgatgttgc aggacgctaa gacgcacgct gactctatgg tgtcctcggc gaccactgag gcggagtcga tactcaacca cgcccgcacc gaggctgacc ggatcctgtc tgacgcgaag gcgcaggctg atcggatggt cagcgaggca cgccagcaca gcgagcgaat ggtcgccgat gcacgcgagg aggcgattcg catcgccacc gccgcgaaac gcgaatacga ggccagcgtc agtcgcgccc aggccgaatg cgaccggctg atcgaaaacg gcaacatctc ctacgagaaa gccgtgcagg agggcatcaa agagcagcag cgcctggtat cgcagaacga ggtggttgcg gcggccaacg cggaatcgac ccgcctcgtc gacacggcgc acgccgaggc ggaccggcta cgcggagaat gcgatatcta cgtcgacaac aagctcgccg aattcgagga attcctcaac ggcaccctgc ggtccgttgg ccgcggtcgc caccagctcc gcacagcggc cggcactcac gactacgcgg tgcgctaa

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