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NegoA.17946.a: DNA ligase

Target Characteristics

from organism: Neisseria gonorrhoeae NCCP11945
most recent status: crystallized
center reference id: NegoA.17946.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I/II

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
NegoA.17946.a.B1.GE39725 full length 1 823 GE39725
NegoA.17946.a.B2.GE40396 Domain 2 1 535 GE40396
NegoA.17946.a.B4.GE40398 Domain 4 1 383 GE40398
NegoA.17946.a.B6.GE40399 Domain 6 161 535 GE40399
NegoA.17946.a.B7.GE40400 Domain 7 161 823 GE40400
* 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.

Proteins

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
NegoA.17946.a.B4.PS38107 Domain 4 1 383

Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_85048

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|521006.8.peg.412
UniProt: B4RJQ9

Enzyme & Pathway Information

Pathway Pathway ID EC Number
6.5.1.2

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
MNPTAQRIHE LTDLLNRYAY EYYTLDAPSI PDAEYDRLFR ELEALERNHP ELKLPDSPTQ RVGGEPLAGF AEVRHEVPML SLTNAFSPQD ENGVFDHAEM YAFDQRVRDG LDGGNPEYVI EPKFDGLAIS LLYRDGVLVQ AATRGDGTTG EDVTRNVKTV SNIPLRLHGE NVPELIEVRG EVLMLKADFA GLNKRQAENG QKPFANPRNA AAGSLRQLDS RITAQRKLHF FPYSIARQQG GFEAEEHIQE LAYFQELGFS LPNGNFGCFK NIGEVLAFYE HMQQKRPELP YEIDGMVVKV NSLAQQRELG FISRAPRWAV AHKFPAEEAL TIVEAIDVQI GRTGAVTPVA RLQPVFVGGV TVTNATLHNQ DEVSRKDVRV GDTVVVRRAG DVIPEVVRVI FERRPMQETA VAVSDGIGHQ QDDLFAETPS AKQTESVPLH KPYRLPARCP ICRSEIEREE GEAVARCSGG MLCQAQRAQG LIHFASRKAM DIDGLGEKQI EQLVAQDLVR HFADLYRIDI PTLQKMKETA DKGSSENENG DAETVSGDLS KYNTQNGKKQ PTKWAQNILA GIESGKTPEL ARFLFALGIR HVGERTAKTL AQAFGTLERV RRAPEPVLAC LPDIGTVVAR SIAHFFAQAE QQAMIDELLA AGVAPQAQAV SLPAAQYAGP QRWITRLPGF KISENKAQAL WELAGQSIEG LQNDKALPAD WQAWRSKAQN TALLENLKTF FAQMPSEDEA AQGSDGINKA VAGKTFVLTG TLPTFKRDQA QALIEAAGGK VSGSVSKKTD YVVAGEAAGS KLEKANALGV SVLSEAELLT LLC

NT Sequence
atgaacccga ccgcacaacg catacacgaa ctcaccgacc tcctcaaccg ctacgcctac gaatactaca ccctcgacgc gcccagcata cccgatgccg aatacgaccg cctgttccgc gaactcgaag cgttggaacg aaaccatccc gagctcaagc tgcccgacag cccgacccag cgcgtcggcg gcgagccttt ggcaggcttt gccgaagtgc gccacgaagt gccgatgctg tcgctgacca acgccttttc cccgcaagat gaaaacggcg tgttcgacca tgccgaaatg tacgccttcg accaacgcgt gcgcgacggc ttggacggcg gcaatcccga atacgttatc gaacccaaat tcgacggcct cgccatcagc ctgctctacc gcgacggcgt attggtgcag gcggcaacgc gcggcgacgg cacgacgggc gaagacgtta cccgaaacgt caaaaccgta tccaacatcc ccctgcggct gcacggcgaa aacgtgcccg aactcatcga ggtacgcggc gaagtgctga tgctcaaagc cgactttgcc gggctcaata aacgccaagc cgaaaacggg caaaaaccct ttgccaatcc gcgcaacgcc gccgccggca gcctgcgcca actcgattcg cgcatcaccg cgcaacgcaa actgcacttt ttcccctatt cgattgcccg tcagcaaggc ggtttcgaag ctgaagaaca catccaagaa ctcgcctatt tccaagaact cggcttcagt ctgcccaatg gcaatttcgg ctgtttcaaa aatatcggcg aagtattggc gttttacgaa cacatgcagc aaaaacgccc cgaactgccc tacgaaatcg acggcatggt ggtcaaagtc aacagcttgg cgcaacagcg cgaactcggc ttcatctccc gcgcgccgcg ttgggcggtt gcccacaaat tccctgccga agaagccctg accattgtcg aagcgattga cgtgcaaatc ggcaggacgg gcgcggtaac gccggttgcc cgcctgcaac ccgtattcgt cggcggcgta accgttacca acgccaccct gcacaatcag gacgaagtat cgcgcaaaga cgtgcgcgtc ggcgataccg tcgtcgtgcg ccgcgccgga gacgtgattc ccgaagtcgt gcgcgtgatt ttcgaacgcc gcccgatgca ggaaaccgcc gttgccgttt cagacggcat cgggcatcag caggacgacc tgtttgccga aacaccgtcc gccaagcaaa ccgaatccgt tccgctccat aagccctacc gcctgccggc ccgctgcccc atctgccgca gcgaaatcga acgcgaagaa ggcgaagccg tcgcccgatg cagcggcggt atgctttgtc aggcacaacg cgcgcaaggc ttaatccact tcgcctcgcg caaagcgatg gacatcgacg gcttgggtga aaaacaaatc gaacagctgg tcgcccaaga cctcgtccgc catttcgccg acctctaccg catcgatatt ccgaccctgc aaaaaatgaa ggaaacggcg gataaagggt catctgaaaa cgaaaacggc gacgcagaaa cggtttcagg cgacctgtct aaatacaata cccaaaacgg caaaaaacaa ccgaccaagt gggcgcaaaa catcctcgca ggcatagaat ccggcaaaac gcccgaactt gcccgcttcc tgttcgcgct cggcatccgc cacgtcggcg aacgcaccgc caaaacgctg gcgcaggcat tcggcacatt ggaacgcgtc cgccgcgccc ccgaacccgt cctcgcctgc ctgcccgaca tcggcacggt agtggcgcgt tccattgccc acttcttcgc ccaagccgaa cagcaggcga tgatagacga gctgctcgcc gcaggcgttg ccccgcaagc ccaagccgtc agcctgcctg ccgcacaata tgccgggccg caacgctgga ttacccgcct gcccggtttc aaaatcagcg aaaacaaagc ccaagcctta tgggaactcg ccggacaaag tatagaagga ctgcaaaacg acaaagccct ccctgccgac tggcaggcgt ggcgcagcaa agcgcaaaac accgccctgc tcgaaaacct aaaaaccttc ttcgcgcaaa tgccgtctga agacgaggcg gcgcaaggtt cagacggcat caataaagcc gtggcaggca aaacctttgt gttaaccggc accctgccca ccttcaaacg cgaccaagcc caagccctaa tcgaagccgc aggcggcaaa gtgtccggca gcgtgtccaa aaaaaccgac tacgtcgtcg ccggagaagc cgcgggcagc aagctggaaa aagccaatgc cttgggcgtt tccgtcctca gcgaagccga actgcttacc ctgctctgct ga

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