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NafoA.01610.a: 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase family protein isoform 1

Target Characteristics

from organism: Naegleria fowleri ATCC 30863
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: NafoA.01610.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:NF0099360

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
MADIGLIGLA VMGQNLALNI ADKGFTISVY NRTYSKTEDT VQRAKDEGKG AYQLHGYKTI EEFVNSLAKP RKIIMLVQAG NPVDSTIELL TPLLDKGDII IDGGNEWFLN TERRAKKAEE YGILYMGMGV SGGEEGARHG PSLMPGGPLE AYNHVKHILE KIAAPLENEP SCVTYIGERG SGNYVKMVHN GIEYGDMELI AEVYDMMKHV GKLTNEEIAE AFSEWNNSEL KSYLIEITSK IFKKKDDQGE GYLVDKIVDI SGSKGTGKWT VQEGAERGIA IPTMASALDA RYISSLRDQR LQAEKQLTGP TPNDLTETID KKVLIKQLKD ALYCSKICSY TQGMNLIAEA SKQYGWNLKL GSIARIWKGG CIIRAIFLDR IKNAYDLNPN LPSLLLDPDF NKEIAERQAS WRKVIQLAIN AGIPTPALSS SLAYYDSYRR GRLPANLIQA QRDFFGAHTF ERLDMQGKFH AKWEEQ

NT Sequence
ATGGCAGATA TTGGATTAAT TGGCTTGGCT GTTATGGGCC AAAATTTAGC TTTAAATATT GCTGACAAGG GATTTACTAT TTCGGTTTAT AATAGAACCT ATTCAAAGAC AGAAGACACT GTCCAAAGAG CCAAAGATGA AGGAAAAGGT GCCTATCAAC TTCATGGATA TAAAACCATC GAAGAATTTG TGAACAGTCT TGCTAAACCT CGCAAGATTA TTATGCTTGT TCAAGCAGGT AATCCAGTAG ATTCGACTAT TGAATTGTTG ACTCCACTCT TGGACAAGGG AGACATTATC ATTGATGGTG GTAATGAATG GTTCTTGAAC ACTGAAAGAC GTGCCAAGAA AGCCGAAGAA TATGGAATTT TATATATGGG AATGGGAGTG AGCGGTGGTG AAGAAGGAGC TCGTCACGGT CCCTCTCTCA TGCCTGGAGG TCCTTTGGAA GCCTACAATC ATGTGAAGCA CATCTTGGAA AAGATTGCTG CCCCATTAGA AAATGAACCT TCTTGTGTCA CATATATTGG GGAACGAGGA TCTGGCAACT ATGTGAAAAT GGTTCACAAC GGAATTGAAT ATGGTGACAT GGAGCTTATT GCTGAAGTTT ATGACATGAT GAAGCATGTT GGTAAATTGA CCAATGAAGA AATTGCTGAG GCTTTTTCTG AATGGAATAA TTCCGAATTG AAGAGCTATC TCATTGAAAT TACAAGCAAG ATTTTCAAGA AGAAGGACGA TCAAGGAGAG GGCTATCTTG TTGACAAAAT TGTCGATATT AGTGGTAGTA AGGGAACTGG TAAATGGACA GTGCAAGAAG GAGCCGAGAG AGGAATTGCC ATTCCAACCA TGGCTTCTGC ACTCGATGCA CGTTATATTT CTTCATTGCG AGATCAACGA TTGCAAGCTG AAAAGCAATT AACTGGACCA ACACCAAACG ATCTTACAGA GACTATTGAC AAGAAGGTTT TGATTAAGCA ATTGAAGGAT GCTCTCTATT GTTCAAAGAT TTGCTCCTAC ACACAAGGAA TGAACTTGAT TGCTGAAGCT TCCAAGCAAT ATGGATGGAA TCTGAAACTT GGTTCAATTG CTCGTATCTG GAAGGGTGGT TGTATCATTA GAGCCATCTT CTTGGATCGT ATTAAGAATG CCTATGATCT CAATCCTAAT TTACCAAGTT TACTCTTAGA TCCAGATTTC AATAAGGAAA TTGCTGAGAG GCAAGCTTCA TGGAGAAAGG TCATTCAATT GGCAATCAAT GCAGGAATTC CAACACCTGC TCTTTCCTCA AGCTTGGCTT ACTATGACTC TTACCGAAGG GGTCGTTTAC CTGCAAATTT GATTCAAGCT CAAAGAGACT TTTTCGGAGC TCACACCTTC GAGAGACTTG ACATGCAAGG AAAATTCCAT GCCAAATGGG AGGAACAA

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