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NafoA.00879.a: actin-like protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Naegleria fowleri ATCC 30863
most recent status: expressed
center reference id: NafoA.00879.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIB

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
NafoA.00879.a.B1.GE40390 Full length(NafoA.00879.a) 1 422 GE40390
* 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
EuPathDB: AmoebaDB:NF0002440

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
MSYSNDVIAR QNPVLVIDNG TGFTKMGYAG NSEPNYIIPT CISHNPKSLD KGLEDLDFYI GYEAQEKQGG NYDLVYPMRH GLIEDWSKME MLWEQCFFNY LKCEPEDHYL MLTEPPLNPP ENREYTAEIM FETFNVSGLY IAVQAVLALC ASWTSSKSKK LGLGGTLSGT VIDSGDGVTH VIPVVDGYVI GSSIKHIPLA GRDVTEFLMR FIMDREKNIP SEDIKLAVQK IKEQHCYVCS DLAKEFNKFD TNPAENILKY SQENKKYGKW EIDVAYERFL APEVFFNPEI FSADFSTPLP DVVDHCIQSS PIDARRVLYR NIVLSGGSTM FEHFDRRLQR DLKKKLDDRY EKAVSMTSSG KEKPKPLECN VIAHSHQRFA VWFGGSMLGT MAEFKRVCYT KAQYDEMGPS IARRSQVFQS FE

NT Sequence
ATGAGCTACT CAAACGACGT GATTGCCAGA CAAAACCCAG TCCTCGTCAT TGACAATGGT ACTGGTTTTA CCAAGATGGG CTATGCAGGT AATAGTGAGC CAAACTACAT CATCCCAACC TGTATTTCAC ACAATCCAAA ATCTCTTGAT AAAGGTCTGG AGGATTTGGA CTTTTACATT GGATACGAAG CACAAGAAAA GCAAGGAGGA AACTATGACT TGGTTTATCC AATGAGACAC GGTTTGATCG AAGATTGGAG CAAGATGGAA ATGTTGTGGG AACAATGCTT CTTCAACTAT TTGAAGTGTG AGCCTGAGGA TCACTACTTG ATGTTAACAG AACCTCCTCT CAATCCTCCA GAAAACCGTG AATATACTGC TGAAATCATG TTCGAAACAT TCAACGTGTC CGGATTGTAC ATTGCCGTTC AAGCTGTTTT GGCTTTGTGT GCATCATGGA CATCTTCCAA GTCAAAGAAG CTTGGTTTGG GTGGTACTTT GTCTGGTACT GTCATTGACT CTGGTGATGG TGTTACTCAC GTCATTCCTG TTGTAGATGG TTATGTCATT GGTTCTAGTA TTAAGCACAT TCCATTGGCC GGTAGAGATG TCACCGAGTT CTTGATGCGT TTCATCATGG ACCGTGAAAA GAACATTCCT TCCGAAGACA TCAAGTTGGC TGTTCAAAAG ATCAAGGAAC AACATTGTTA CGTATGCTCT GATTTGGCAA AGGAGTTTAA CAAGTTTGAC ACAAACCCAG CTGAAAACAT TCTCAAATAT TCACAAGAAA ATAAGAAGTA TGGTAAATGG GAAATTGATG TTGCCTATGA GAGATTCTTG GCTCCTGAAG TCTTCTTCAA TCCAGAAATT TTCTCTGCTG ACTTCAGTAC ACCTCTCCCT GATGTTGTTG ACCACTGCAT TCAATCTTCA CCAATTGATG CTCGTAGAGT GTTGTACAGG AATATTGTCC TTTCCGGTGG TTCTACCATG TTTGAACATT TTGACAGACG TTTGCAACGT GACTTGAAGA AGAAATTGGA TGATCGTTAT GAAAAGGCTG TCTCAATGAC CTCATCTGGT AAAGAGAAAC CAAAGCCATT AGAATGTAAC GTTATTGCTC ACTCACACCA ACGTTTTGCT GTTTGGTTTG GTGGTTCCAT GTTGGGTACT ATGGCTGAAT TTAAGAGAGT TTGTTACACA AAGGCTCAAT ACGATGAGAT GGGTCCATCC ATTGCTCGTA GATCTCAAGT CTTCCAAAGC TTTGAA

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