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MyulA.10520.c: Zn-dependent glyoxylase (putative beta-lactamase)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium ulcerans Agy99
most recent status: selected
center reference id: MyulA.10520.c
is community request: True
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_127147
PATRIC ID: fig|362242.7.peg.2077
RefSeq: YP_905687.1
UniProt: A0PPE7

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
superpathway of methylglyoxal degradation METHGLYUT-PWY 3.1.2.6
methylglyoxal degradation I PWY-5386 3.1.2.6

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
MLITGFPAGV LQCNCYALAE RPGTDAIIVD PGQRAMGQLR RILDKNRLTP AAVLITHGHI DHMWSAQKVS DTFGCPTYIH PEDRFMLKDP IYGLGPRVAQ LFAGAFFREP KQVVELDRDG DKIDLGNICV NVDHTPGHTR GSVCFRVPQA AKDDRDVVFT GDTLFERSIG RSDLFGGSGR DLLRSIVDKL LVLDDKTVVL PGHGNSTSIG AERRFNPFLE GLST

NT Sequence
GTGTTGATCA CCGGATTTCC CGCCGGCGTG TTGCAGTGCA ATTGTTACGC GCTGGCCGAG CGGCCTGGAA CGGACGCTAT CATCGTCGAC CCCGGCCAGC GTGCGATGGG CCAACTGCGT CGCATTCTGG ACAAGAACCG GCTGACTCCG GCCGCGGTGT TGATCACCCA CGGGCACATC GACCACATGT GGTCCGCTCA GAAGGTCTCG GATACGTTCG GCTGTCCGAC CTACATCCAT CCCGAGGACC GATTCATGCT CAAAGACCCC ATCTACGGCC TGGGGCCGCG GGTGGCACAG CTGTTCGCCG GTGCCTTCTT CCGTGAGCCC AAACAGGTCG TCGAACTGGA CCGCGACGGC GACAAGATCG ACCTCGGCAA CATCTGCGTC AACGTGGATC ACACACCCGG GCACACCCGC GGATCGGTGT GCTTTCGGGT GCCGCAGGCG GCCAAAGATG ACCGCGACGT CGTATTCACC GGCGACACGC TGTTCGAGCG CTCCATCGGC CGCTCCGATC TGTTCGGAGG CAGCGGCCGT GACCTGCTGC GTTCGATCGT CGACAAGCTG CTGGTGCTCG ACGACAAGAC CGTGGTGCTT CCGGGGCACG GCAACTCCAC CAGCATCGGT GCCGAACGGC GCTTCAACCC GTTCCTGGAA GGGTTGAGCA CG

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