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MyulA.18665.a: Uncharacterized protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Mycobacterium ulcerans Agy99
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: MyulA.18665.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Buruli, Bairnsdale ulcer
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

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REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
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MATERIAL
MyulA.18665.a.B2.GE40307 MythA crystallizable fragment 63 433 GE40307
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|362242.7.peg.929
RefSeq: YP_904853.1
UniProt: A0PM13

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
MTLSIWHTAQ MTTTKHREVA KLDRVPLPVE AARVAVTGWQ VTRTAARFVT KLPGKGFASS WQQKIIKEIP QTFVDLGPTY VKFGQIIASS PGAFGESLSR EFRGLLDRVP PADTDQVHKL FVEELGTEPA ELFATFEEEP FASASIAQVH YATLKTGEEV VVKIQRPGIR RRVAADLQIL QRFAQAVELA KLGRRLSAQD VVADFSDNLA VELDFRLEAQ SMDAWVAHLH ASPLGRNIRV PQVHWNFTSE RVLTMERVHG VRIDNVAAIR KAGFDGTELV KALLFSVFEG GLRHGLFHGD LHAGNLYVDE EGRIVFFDFG IMGRIDPRTR WLLRELVYAL LVKKDHAAAG KIVVLMGAVG TMKPEAQAAK DLEKFATPLT MQSLGDMSYA DIGRQLSALA DAYDVKLPRE LVLIGKQFLY VERYMKLLAP KWQMMSDPQL TGYFANFMVE VSREHQGDSS DASGDASDVE A

NT Sequence
ttgacactgt cgatttggca cactgctcaa atgactacta ccaaacaccg cgaggtggcc aagctggacc gggtgccgtt gccggtcgaa gcggcccggg tagccgtcac tggttggcag gtcacccgca ccgcggctcg cttcgtcacg aagctgccgg gcaaaggatt cgcctcgtcc tggcagcaga agatcatcaa ggagatcccg cagacgttcg tcgacctggg cccgacctac gtcaagttcg gtcagatcat cgcgtccagc ccgggagcgt tcggcgagtc actgtcgcgg gaattccgcg gactgctgga ccgggtgccg ccggccgaca ccgaccaggt gcacaagctg ttcgtcgagg agctcggcac cgaaccggcc gaactgttcg ccactttcga agaagagccc ttcgcatcgg cctccatcgc gcaggtccac tacgcgacgc tcaagaccgg cgaggaggtg gtggtcaaga tccagcgccc gggcatccgc cgccgggtgg ccgccgatct gcaaatcctg cagcgctttg ctcaggccgt cgaactggcg aaattgggcc gtcgactctc ggctcaagac gttgtcgccg acttctccga caacctcgcc gtggagctgg attttcgtct cgaggcgcag tcgatggatg cctgggtcgc acacctgcac gcgtccccgc tgggccgcaa catccgggtg ccacaggtgc actggaactt caccagcgaa cgggtgctga cgatggagcg ggtgcacggc gtccgcatcg acaatgtcgc cgccatccgc aaggccggct tcgacggcac cgagctggtc aaagcgctgc tgttcagcgt gttcgagggc gggctgcggc acgggctgtt ccacggcgac ctgcacgcgg gcaacctcta cgtggacgag gaaggccgca tcgtcttctt cgatttcggc atcatgggcc gcatcgatcc gcgcacccga tggctgctgc gtgagctggt gtacgcgctg ctggtgaaga aggaccacgc cgcggccggc aagatcgtgg tgctgatggg cgccgtcggg acgatgaagc ccgaggcgca ggccgccaag gacctggaga aattcgccac gccgctgacg atgcagtcgc tgggcgacat gtcctacgcc gacatcggtc gtcagctctc ggcgctggcc gacgcctacg acgtcaagct gcctcgcgag ctggtgctga tcggcaaaca gttcctctac gtcgagcggt acatgaagct gctggctccg aagtggcaga tgatgtccga tccgcagctg accggttact tcgccaattt catggtcgag gtgagccgcg agcatcaggg cgactccagc gacgccagcg gcgatgccag cgacgtcgag gcgtag

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