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MyulA.01124.a: Daunorubicin-DIM-transport ATP-binding protein ABC transporter DrrA

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium ulcerans Agy99
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: MyulA.01124.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_126568
PATRIC ID: fig|362242.7.peg.2392
RefSeq: YP_905924.1
UniProt: A0PQ34

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
MRNNDLAVEV RGVRKAFGDV VALNDISFEV GRGEVIGLLG PNGAGKTTMV DILSTLTRPD AGSAHVAGYD VVAQPAGVRR SIMVTGQQVA VDDGLTGEQN LVLFGRLYGL RKSRARQRAQ ELLDQFGLTY AGKRLVRTYS GGMRRRIDIA CGLVVEPQVA FLDEPTTGLD PRSRQAIWDL VTSFKKLGIA TLLTTQYLEE ADALSDRIIL IDHGKIIADG TANELKHRAG DTFCEIVPRH LKDLDATVAA LGSLLPEHNR AMVTSESDRI TMPAPDGTRT LIEAARKIDE ANIELADIAL RRPSLDDVFL SMTTDPSEAH VLSHVASGAM L

NT Sequence
ATGCGTAACA ACGACTTGGC GGTAGAGGTT CGCGGGGTTC GCAAGGCCTT TGGCGACGTC GTGGCTCTCA ACGACATCAG TTTCGAGGTT GGCCGCGGCG AGGTCATCGG TCTACTCGGC CCGAACGGGG CGGGCAAGAC GACCATGGTG GACATCTTGT CCACCTTGAC CCGCCCGGAT GCCGGCTCGG CCCACGTCGC CGGCTACGAC GTCGTCGCCC AGCCGGCCGG AGTGCGGCGC TCGATCATGG TCACCGGGCA ACAAGTGGCC GTCGACGACG GGCTGACCGG GGAGCAGAAC CTGGTGTTGT TCGGCCGCCT CTACGGGCTG CGCAAGTCCC GTGCTCGCCA GCGGGCGCAG GAACTCCTCG ATCAATTTGG CCTCACCTAT GCCGGCAAGC GGCTGGTGCG CACCTACTCA GGCGGGATGC GTCGACGCAT CGACATCGCG TGCGGACTGG TGGTCGAGCC GCAAGTGGCG TTCTTGGACG AGCCGACCAC GGGGCTGGAT CCCAGAAGCC GACAAGCCAT TTGGGACCTG GTCACCAGTT TCAAGAAGCT TGGCATCGCC ACCCTGCTGA CCACGCAGTA TCTCGAGGAG GCGGACGCGC TCAGCGACCG GATCATCCTG ATCGATCACG GCAAGATCAT TGCCGACGGT ACTGCCAATG AGCTCAAGCA CCGCGCCGGC GACACCTTCT GCGAGATTGT GCCGCGGCAT CTGAAAGATC TGGACGCTAC CGTCGCCGCC CTCGGCTCGC TGTTGCCCGA GCACAACAGG GCCATGGTGA CCTCGGAATC GGACCGCATC ACGATGCCGG CTCCCGATGG CACCCGCACC CTCATCGAAG CAGCCCGAAA GATCGATGAG GCCAATATCG AGCTGGCCGA CATCGCGCTG CGCCGGCCGT CTCTTGATGA CGTATTCCTT TCCATGACAA CCGATCCCAG CGAGGCCCAC GTGCTGAGTC ACGTGGCGTC GGGGGCCATG CTG

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