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NafoA.00654.a: acetyl-acetyltransferase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Naegleria fowleri ATCC 30863
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: NafoA.00654.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIB

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: AmoebaDB:NF0023680_1

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
MLNMNETAGS SSTCGRDVYI VDCVRTPIGL GRSSGSLNGI HPVTLLSMVL DNVTSRCNVN KAEVEDVVCG VVTPVKEQGA NIPRLALLKA GYPVNVPGVQ LNRMCGSSQQ AVHFAAQAIA SGDMDMVVAC GVEMMSVVPM GSDCDPELFQ VTTNPKEPKF APFPHKLLHQ GVSAELIAEH YKISKKEIDE FSVESHRKAF EATKKGVFNS QILPIKVNKG DKEFWLKADE GIRYPVDVEK MSQLKPVFKR DGVISAANAS QISDGAAAVL LCSGEKAKQL GLKPRARIVS RVVVGCDPVM MLDGVIPATR KVLEKSGLSI SDIDVFEVNE AFASVVLSWK KTFNVPDSKL NPNGGAIAHG HPLGATGAIL MTKLVNELER SGKRYGLQTM CIGHGAATAT IIENVNWKSQ KL

NT Sequence
ATGTTGAACA TGAACGAAAC TGCTGGTTCT TCCTCCACAT GTGGACGTGA TGTTTATATT GTAGATTGTG TAAGAACTCC TATTGGATTA GGAAGAAGCT CAGGATCTTT GAATGGAATT CATCCTGTTA CTTTGTTGTC AATGGTTTTG GATAATGTTA CTTCAAGATG TAATGTGAAT AAGGCTGAAG TTGAAGATGT TGTATGCGGA GTAGTCACTC CAGTCAAGGA ACAAGGTGCC AATATTCCTC GTTTGGCTCT CTTAAAAGCT GGTTATCCTG TCAATGTTCC AGGTGTTCAA CTCAATCGTA TGTGCGGTAG CTCACAACAA GCTGTGCATT TTGCTGCTCA AGCAATTGCT TCGGGAGACA TGGATATGGT CGTTGCTTGT GGTGTTGAAA TGATGTCTGT CGTTCCCATG GGAAGTGATT GCGATCCTGA ATTGTTCCAA GTCACAACTA ATCCAAAGGA ACCAAAGTTT GCTCCATTCC CTCATAAATT GCTTCATCAA GGTGTGAGTG CTGAGTTGAT TGCAGAACAC TACAAGATTT CAAAGAAGGA AATTGATGAA TTTTCTGTTG AATCTCACCG AAAGGCATTC GAAGCTACCA AGAAGGGAGT TTTTAACTCA CAAATTTTAC CAATTAAGGT AAACAAGGGT GATAAGGAAT TCTGGTTGAA GGCTGACGAA GGTATTCGTT ATCCAGTCGA TGTTGAAAAG ATGTCACAAT TGAAGCCAGT CTTTAAGCGT GATGGTGTTA TTTCTGCTGC TAACGCAAGT CAAATTTCCG ATGGTGCTGC CGCAGTTTTG TTGTGCTCTG GAGAGAAGGC CAAACAATTG GGCCTCAAGC CACGAGCTCG TATTGTTAGC CGAGTTGTTG TTGGTTGTGA CCCAGTGATG ATGTTGGATG GTGTCATTCC AGCCACCAGA AAGGTTTTGG AGAAGTCTGG ATTGTCAATT TCTGATATTG ACGTTTTTGA AGTGAACGAA GCATTTGCTA GTGTTGTCTT GTCATGGAAG AAGACTTTCA ACGTTCCAGA TTCCAAGTTG AATCCAAACG GCGGTGCTAT TGCTCATGGA CATCCATTGG GAGCAACTGG TGCTATTTTG ATGACTAAGC TCGTCAATGA ATTGGAAAGA TCTGGTAAAC GTTATGGATT GCAAACCATG TGTATTGGTC ACGGTGCTGC AACTGCTACC ATCATTGAAA ATGTGAATTG GAAATCTCAA AAGTTG

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