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MytuD.18687.a: DNA-binding protein, putative

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.18687.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.2820
RefSeq: NP_217031.1
RefSeq: YP_006515955.1
TubercuList: Rv2515c
MTB Network Portal: Rv2515c
UniProt: I6XEH5

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
MGIGHPMWVG WCIIIAMRSI PASVESSVLR WARESCGLTE VAAARKLGLP DDRVAAWEVG EVVPTIAQLR KAAEVYKRSL AVFFLSEPPE GFDTLRDFRR LDGAASGQWT PGLHEEFRRA HTQRDFALEL ADAEDREIPG AWRLPLSGDE ADADIAARIR KALIEVSPLP IPVASVDPYE HLNAWVSAIE TSGVLVLATR GGKVAIDEMR GMCLYFDELP VIVLNGSDHP RPRLFSLLHE FVHVVLHTEG LCDVIADAHP STQDRSLEAR CNAIAAAVLM PADVVRARPE VIVRSETPSS WDYESLRPVA AHFGVSAEAF LRRLSTLGIV PVEVYRQRRA EFIAAHEDEA ERARSAGGGN WYRNTVRDLG KGYVRAVTDA HRRRVIDSNT AAIYLDAKVS QIPKLAESAE LRSVV

NT Sequence
gtgggtatcg gccatccaat gtgggtgggg tggtgcatca tcattgccat gcggtcgatt cccgcttcgg tggagagctc ggtgctccgt tgggctcgcg agtcgtgtgg cctgaccgag gtagccgcgg cccgcaaact cggcctgcct gatgatcgcg tcgcggcttg ggaggtgggc gaggttgtgc caaccatcgc gcagctgcgc aaggccgccg aggtctacaa gcgctcgctg gcggtgttct tcctgtccga gccgcccgag gggtttgaca ccttacgcga cttccgacga ttggacggtg ccgcgtcggg tcaatggacg ccggggcttc acgaggagtt ccgtcgcgca cacacgcaac gcgacttcgc gctagagctg gccgacgccg aggaccggga gataccgggc gcctggcgtt tgcccctatc cggcgacgag gccgacgcgg atatcgcggc acgaatccgc aaggccttga tcgaggtcag cccgttgcct atccccgtgg cctcggttga cccttacgag catctgaacg cctgggtgtc ggccatcgaa acgtccggcg ttctggtgct cgcgacccgc ggcggcaagg tcgctatcga cgagatgcgc ggtatgtgtc tgtatttcga cgaattgccg gtgatcgtgc tcaatggcag cgaccacccc cgccctcgcc tgttctcgct gctgcatgag ttcgtgcacg tggtgctgca caccgagggc ttgtgtgacg tgatcgccga tgctcatccg agcacccagg accgatcgct ggaggctcga tgcaacgcga tcgccgccgc tgtgctgatg cctgccgacg tggtgcgagc gcggccggag gtcatcgttc gcagcgagac tccgtcttcg tgggattacg aatcgctgcg gccggtcgcg gcgcattttg gcgtgagtgc cgaggcgttc ctgcggcggc taagcacgct tggaatcgtg ccggtcgagg tctaccgaca gcgccgcgcc gagttcatcg cggctcacga ggacgaggcc gaacgggctc gatcggctgg gggcggcaac tggtaccgca ataccgtccg agacctcggt aagggctacg tgcgggcggt gaccgacgcc caccgccgcc gcgtcatcga cagcaacacc gctgcgatct acctcgacgc caaggtcagc cagattccga agttggctga gtcagccgaa ctgcggagcg tggtctaa

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