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MytuD.18811.a: Uncharacterized protein Rv3292/MT3391

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: purified
center reference id: MytuD.18811.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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ORDER
MATERIAL
MytuD.18811.a.B1.GE37842 full length 1 415 GE37842
* 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.3679
RefSeq: NP_217809.1
RefSeq: YP_006516769.1
TubercuList: Rv3292
MTB Network Portal: Rv3292
UniProt: P9WL01

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
MSRSKRLQTG QLRARFAAGL SAMYAAEVPA YGTLVEVCAQ VNSDYLTRHR RAERLGSLQR VTAERHGAIR VGNPAELAAV ADLFAAFGML PVGYYDLRTA ESPIPVVSTA FRPIDANELA HNPFRVFTSM LAIEDRRYFD ADLRTRVQTF LARRQLFDPA LLAQARAIAA DGGCDADDAP AFVAAAVAAF ALSREPVEKS WYDELSRVSA VAADIAGVGS THINHLTPRV LDIDDLYRRM TERGITMIDT IQGPPRTDGP DVLLRQTSFR ALAEPRMFRD EDGTVTPGIL RVRFGEVEAR GVALTPRGRE RYEAAMAAAD PAAVWATHFP STDAEMAAQG LAYYRGGDPS APIVYEDFLP ASAAGIFRSN LDRDSQTGDG PDDAGYNVDW LAGAIGRHIH DPYALYDALA QEERR

NT Sequence
atgagccgct cgaaaagact gcagactggc cagctgcgcg cgcgcttcgc cgccgggttg tcagccatgt acgccgctga ggtgcccgcc tacggcacgc tggtcgaggt atgcgcacaa gtcaactccg attacctgac ccggcatcgg cgagccgagc ggctggggtc gcttcagcgc gtcaccgccg agcgccacgg cgccatccga gtgggcaacc cggccgaact cgctgcggtc gccgacctgt tcgccgcgtt cgggatgctg ccggtcggct actacgatct gcgcaccgct gagtcaccaa ttccagtggt gtccaccgca tttcgcccaa tcgatgcgaa cgagctggca cacaacccgt ttcgggtgtt cacctcgatg ctggccatcg aggatcggcg gtacttcgat gccgacctac gcacccgagt gcagaccttc ctcgcgcgcc ggcaactctt tgaccccgcg ttgctcgccc aggcgcgggc aatcgcggct gacggcggct gcgatgccga cgacgcaccg gctttcgtcg ccgcggcggt ggccgcgttt gcgctgtcgc gggaaccggt cgagaaatcc tggtacgacg agttgtccag ggtgtcggcg gtggccgctg atatcgctgg agtcggctcc acacacatca accatctgac gcctcgggtg ctcgacatag acgatctgta ccgtcggatg accgagcgcg gcatcaccat gatcgacacc atccaaggcc ctccccgcac cgacggaccc gatgtgttgt tgcggcaaac ctcatttcgc gcgctggccg aaccacgcat gtttcgcgac gaggacggta ccgtgacgcc gggaatcctg cgggtgcggt tcggtgaggt cgaggcgcgc ggtgtcgcgc tgaccccgcg agggcgcgaa cgctacgaag ccgcgatggc ggccgcagat ccggccgcgg tctgggccac tcactttccc tcgacggatg cggagatggc cgctcaaggc ttggcctact accgaggtgg tgacccgtca gcgccgatcg tctacgaaga cttcctgccc gcttcggccg cgggcatctt ccgctccaac ctggatcgcg actcgcaaac cggtgacgga cccgacgatg ccggctacaa cgtcgattgg ttggccgggg caatcggccg acacattcac gacccgtatg cgctctatga cgcgctcgcc caggaggagc ggcgctga

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