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MyulA.00185.a: Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase FadE25

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium ulcerans Agy99
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MyulA.00185.a
is community request: False
associated disease: Buruli, Bairnsdale ulcer
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_129653
PATRIC ID: fig|362242.7.peg.3076
RefSeq: YP_906425.1
UniProt: A0PRI5

Sequences

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AA Sequence
MAGWAGNPSF DLFQLPEEHQ ELRAAIRALA EKEIAPHAAD VDENSRFPQE ALDALNASGF NALHVPEEYG GQGADSVAAC IVIEEVARVD ASASLIPAVN KLGTMGLILR GSDELKKQVL PSLADGAAMA SYALSEREAG SDAGAMRTRA KADGDDWILN GTKCWITNGG KSSWYTVMAV TDPENGANGI SAFVVHKDDE GFVVGPKERK LGIKGSPTTE LYFENCRVPG DRMIGEPGTG FKTALATLDH TRPTIGAQAV GIAQGALDAA IAYTKDRKQF GKSISDFQAV QFMLADMAMK VESARLMVYS AAARAERGES NLGFISAASK CLASDVAMEV TTDAVQLFGG AGYTVDFPVE RMMRDAKITQ IYEGTNQIQR VVMSRALLR

NT Sequence
ATGGCTGGTT GGGCCGGAAA CCCGTCTTTT GATTTGTTCC AGCTTCCGGA GGAACACCAG GAGTTGCGGG CGGCGATACG CGCGCTGGCG GAAAAGGAGA TCGCGCCGCA CGCCGCGGAC GTGGATGAGA ATTCCCGGTT TCCGCAGGAG GCCCTTGATG CGCTCAACGC TTCCGGGTTC AATGCGTTGC ACGTCCCCGA GGAGTACGGC GGCCAGGGGG CCGACTCGGT GGCGGCCTGC ATCGTCATCG AGGAGGTCGC TCGCGTCGAC GCCTCAGCCT CGTTGATCCC GGCGGTCAAC AAGTTGGGCA CCATGGGCCT GATCCTGCGC GGTTCCGACG AACTGAAGAA GCAGGTGTTG CCGTCGCTCG CCGATGGCGC CGCGATGGCC TCCTACGCGC TCAGCGAGCG CGAGGCCGGT TCGGACGCCG GAGCGATGCG CACCCGGGCC AAGGCCGACG GTGACGACTG GATTCTCAAC GGCACCAAGT GCTGGATCAC CAACGGCGGC AAGTCCTCCT GGTACACGGT GATGGCCGTG ACCGACCCCG AAAATGGTGC CAACGGGATA TCGGCGTTCG TGGTGCACAA GGACGACGAA GGCTTCGTCG TGGGCCCCAA GGAGCGCAAG CTGGGGATCA AGGGCTCACC GACCACGGAG TTGTACTTCG AGAACTGTCG GGTTCCCGGC GACCGGATGA TCGGGGAGCC CGGCACCGGC TTCAAGACCG CCCTGGCGAC GCTGGACCAC ACCCGCCCGA CCATCGGTGC CCAAGCGGTG GGCATCGCTC AGGGCGCCCT GGATGCCGCA ATCGCCTACA CCAAGGACCG CAAGCAGTTT GGGAAGTCGA TCAGCGATTT TCAGGCGGTG CAGTTCATGC TCGCCGACAT GGCGATGAAG GTGGAGTCCG CGCGGCTGAT GGTCTACTCC GCCGCCGCGC GCGCCGAGCG TGGCGAATCC AACCTCGGAT TCATCTCCGC CGCGTCGAAG TGCCTGGCCT CCGACGTGGC GATGGAGGTC ACCACCGACG CGGTGCAGCT GTTCGGTGGC GCCGGATACA CGGTTGACTT CCCGGTCGAG CGGATGATGC GCGACGCCAA GATCACCCAG ATCTACGAGG GCACCAACCA GATTCAGCGC GTCGTGATGT CGCGGGCATT GCTGCGC

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