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MytuD.19264.a: Possible conserved secreted alanine rich protein (Rv2700)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MytuD.19264.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|83332.293.peg.3013
RefSeq: WP_003413937.1
TubercuList: Rv2700
MTB Network Portal: Rv2700
UniProt: I6Y1I5

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
MVAQITEGTA FDKHGRPFRR RNPRPAIVVV AFLVVVTCVM WTLALTRPPD VREAAVCNPP PQPAGSAPTN LGEQVSRTDM TDVAPAKLSD TKVHVLNASG RGGQAADIAG ALQDLGFAQP TAANDPIYAG TRLDCQGQIR FGTAGQATAA ALWLVAPCTE LYHDSRADDS VDLALGTDFT TLAHNDDIDA VLANLRPGAT EPSDPALLAK IHANSC

NT Sequence
gtggtcgcac aaatcaccga gggtaccgct ttcgacaagc acggacggcc ctttcggcga cgcaaccccc gacccgctat cgtcgtggtg gccttcctcg tggtggtgac ttgcgtgatg tggactcttg cactgacgcg gcccccagat gtccgcgagg ccgcagtctg caacccgcct ccgcagccgg cggggtcagc accgaccaac cttggtgaac aggtgtcgcg gacggacatg accgatgtcg cacccgccaa actgagcgac accaaagtcc acgtcctcaa cgccagcggc cggggcggcc aagccgccga tatcgctggc gcactgcaag atctgggctt cgcccagccg accgccgcca acgacccgat ctatgccggc acccggctgg actgccaagg ccagatccgc ttcggtacgg cggggcaagc caccgctgcc gcactatggc tggtagcgcc gtgcaccgag ctgtatcacg acagccgcgc cgacgattcc gtcgaccttg cgctcggcac cgacttcacc acgctggcac acaacgacga catcgacgcc gtgcttgcca acctgcgccc cggcgccacc gagccctcag atcccgcgct gctggccaag atccacgcca acagctgctg a

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