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MytuD.19154.a: Uncharacterized HTH-type transcriptional regulator Rv0023

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.19154.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.27
RefSeq: NP_214537.1
RefSeq: YP_006513337.1
RefSeq: WP_003400391.1
TubercuList: Rv0023
MTB Network Portal: Rv0023
UniProt: P9WMI3

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
MSRESAGAAI RALRESRDWS LADLAAATGV STMGLSYLER GARKPHKSTV QKVENGLGLP PGTYSRLLVA ADPDAELARL IAAQPSNPTA VRRAGAVVVD RHSDTDVLEG YAEAQLDAIK SVIDRLPATT SNEYETYILS VIAQCVKAEM LAASSWRVAV NAGADSTGRL MEHLRALEAT RGALLERMPT SLSARFDRAC AQSSLPEAVV AALIGVGADE MWDIRNRGVI PAGALPRVRA FVDAIEASHD ADEGQQ

NT Sequence
gtgagccgtg agtcggccgg cgcggccatt cgcgcacttc gcgagtcgcg tgactggtcc ctcgcggacc tggcggccgc cactggcgta agcaccatgg gcctgagcta tctggagcgc ggtgcccgca agccacacaa aagcacagtt cagaaggtcg aaaatggcct cggcctgccg cctggcacct actcgcggct gttggtcgcc gctgatcccg atgcggagct ggcccgactg atcgccgcac agccgtccaa cccgacggct gtccgccgcg ccggtgcggt cgtcgtggac cgccacagcg ataccgacgt gctggagggc tacgccgaag cacagctcga tgccatcaaa tccgtcatcg accgattgcc tgcgacgacc tccaacgaat atgagacgta tattctctct gtgatcgcgc aatgcgtgaa ggcggagatg ctggccgcca gctcctggcg ggtggcggtg aacgccggcg ccgactcgac cggccggctc atggagcatc tgcgggcgct ggaagccacg cgcggcgcgc tactggagcg gatgccgaca agcttgagcg cccggttcga tcgggcatgt gcgcagtcgt cgttaccgga ggcggtcgtg gccgcgctaa tcggcgtcgg cgccgacgaa atgtgggata tccgcaatcg gggcgtcatc cctgcgggcg cgctcccccg cgtccgagcc ttcgtcgacg caatcgaggc aagtcacgac gcggatgagg ggcagcagtg a

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