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NafoA.01638.a: 60s ribosome subunit biogenesis protein nip7 homolog

Target Characteristics

from organism: Naegleria fowleri ATCC 30863
most recent status: selected
center reference id: NafoA.01638.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:NF0061960

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
MRPLTEEEME IFFDKLTKYI GKNVKQLIND KYSFRFHKDK VFYLSNQVLQ FAENITFERL KTMGVCFGKF SKSKKFKLEI TCLDYVAQYA EYKVWVKPQA ELSFLYGNHI LKTGLGRMTE DCPQYQGVVV LNMNDVPLGF GVTAKSTEEC RYVKPTDIVC FHQADVGQYL RDEDTSSMF

NT Sequence
ATGAGACCTC TCACCGAAGA AGAGATGGAA ATTTTCTTTG ACAAACTCAC CAAATACATT GGAAAGAATG TCAAACAACT CATCAACGAC AAATACTCGT TCCGATTTCA TAAAGATAAA GTATTTTATT TGAGTAATCA AGTATTGCAA TTTGCAGAGA ATATCACGTT TGAACGACTG AAAACCATGG GTGTTTGTTT CGGTAAATTC AGCAAATCTA AAAAGTTTAA ATTGGAGATT ACTTGTTTGG ATTATGTGGC CCAATATGCA GAGTATAAAG TGTGGGTAAA ACCTCAGGCG GAACTCTCCT TTCTGTATGG AAATCATATT TTGAAGACTG GTCTCGGAAG GATGACTGAA GATTGTCCAC AATATCAAGG AGTCGTTGTT TTGAATATGA ATGATGTTCC GTTGGGATTT GGTGTTACAG CCAAGTCTAC GGAAGAGTGT AGATATGTAA AACCAACAGA TATTGTTTGT TTCCATCAGG CCGATGTTGG TCAATATTTG AGAGATGAAG ATACCTCTTC AATGTTT

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