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MytuD.18800.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MytuD.18800.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Tuberculosis
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MytuD.18800.a.B1.GE37835 full length 1 377 GE37835
* 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
PATRIC ID: fig|83332.12.peg.303
RefSeq: NP_214786.1
RefSeq: YP_006513596.1
TubercuList: Rv0272c
MTB Network Portal: Rv0272c
UniProt: P95229

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
MTGRAATPGV IREFVGLPSR TAGRAAAGGH PCQGLYHHSV GRKPKVALIA AHYQIDFSEH YLAEYMAIRG IGFLGWNTRF RGFESSFLLD HALVDIGVGV RWLREVQGVE TVVLLGNSGG GSLMAAYQSQ AVDPNVTPLD GMRPAAGVTE LPAADAYVAA AAHPGRPDVL TAWMDAAVID ENDPVATDPE LDLFDERNGP PYSPEFISRY RSAQVKRNHT ITDWAESELK RVRAAGFSDR PFSVMRTWAD PRMVDPSIEP TKRRPNQCYA GTPVKANRSA HGIAAACTLR GWLGMWSLRV AQTRAAPHLA RITCPALVLN AEADTGIFPS DAQQIYDGLA SSDKTQVSID TDHYFTTPGA RSEQADTIAK WIAKRWR

NT Sequence
ttgactggtc gtgctgccac gcccggggtc atccgagagt tcgtcgggct gccgtcgcga accgcggggc gtgcggctgc cggtgggcac ccatgccagg ggctgtacca ccacagcgtg ggacgcaaac cgaaggtggc gctcatcgcc gcgcactacc agatcgattt ctccgagcac tatctcgccg agtacatggc gatccgcggc atcgggtttc tgggctggaa cacccgattc cgtggtttcg aaagcagctt tctgctcgat cacgcactgg tcgacatcgg cgtcggggtg cgctggctcc gcgaagttca gggcgtggaa acagtggtgt tgcttggcaa ttcaggtggt ggctcattga tggccgccta ccaatcacaa gcggtcgatc cgaacgtgac tcccctggac ggtatgcgac ccgcagccgg ggtaaccgaa ttgccggccg ccgacgcata cgttgccgcc gcagctcatc ccggccgtcc ggatgtgctc accgcttgga tggacgccgc cgtcattgac gaaaatgatc cggttgcaac cgatcccgaa cttgacctgt tcgacgaacg caacgggccg ccgtactcac cggagtttat cagccggtat cgctccgcgc aggtcaaacg caaccacacc atcaccgact gggccgaatc cgaactcaaa cgtgttcgcg cagctggctt ttctgatcgg ccgttcagcg tgatgcgtac ctgggccgac ccgcgcatgg tcgatcccag catcgaaccg accaagcgtc ggcccaacca gtgctacgcg ggcacgccgg tgaaggcgaa ccgctccgca cacggcatcg ccgcggcctg cacgctgcgc ggctggctgg gcatgtggag cctgcgggtg gcccaaaccc gtgccgcacc ccacctggcc cggatcacct gcccggccct ggtgctcaac gccgaggccg acaccggaat cttcccgtcg gatgcccagc agatctacga cgggctcgcc agcagcgaca agactcaggt ctcgatcgac accgaccatt acttcaccac cccgggcgcc cgcagcgagc aggccgacac catcgccaag tggatagcca agcggtggcg ctga

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