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StmaA.00156.a: Threonyl-tRNA synthetase (EC 6.1.1.3) (thrS)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Stenotrophomonas maltophilia K279a
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: StmaA.00156.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: Emerging
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
non-BEI

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
StmaA.00156.a.B1.GE43198 Full length(StmaA.00156.a) 1 633 GE43198
* 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
StmaA.00156.a.B1.PW38695 Full length(StmaA.00156.a) 1 633

Structures

image of structure for 6VU9
6VU9
Deposited: 2/14/2020
Determination: XRay
Diffraction Image
Clone: StmaA.00156.a.B1.GE43198
Protein: StmaA.00156.a.B1.PW38695

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|522373.3.peg.3167

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
MINITLPDGS RREFENPVSV MEVAQSIGAG LAKATIAGAV DGVLVDASDV IDHDASLRII TAKDEEGVEI IRHSCAHLVG HAVKQLYPDV KMVIGPVIAE GFYYDIYSER PFTPDDMAAI EKRMGELIAQ DYDVIKKMTP RAEVIEIFKA RGEDYKLRLI EDMSEDIQAM GMYYHQEYVD MCRGPHVPNT RFLKAFKLTR ISGAYWRGDA QNEQLQRIYG TAWADKKQLE AYIKRIEEAE MRDHRRIGKQ QDLFHLQEEA PGLVFWHPKG WALWQVVEQY MRKVYRNSGY GEVRCPQILD VSLWKKSGHW DNYQDNMFFT ESEKRTYAVK PMNCPGHIQV FNQGLHSYRD LPIRYGEFGS CHRNEPSGAL HGILRVRGFT QDDGHVFCTE NQIESEVTAF HQQALAVYQH FGFDEIQIKI ALRPESRLGD DATWDKAEGA LRSALTACGV EWQELPGEGA FYGPKIEYHL KDAIGRTWQL GTMQVDFMMP GRLGAEYVDE NSQKKHPVML HRAIVGSMER FLGILIEHHA GQFPAWLAPT QVVVANITDA QADYVSGVTK TLAEQGFRVS SDLRNEKIGY KIREHTLQRV PYLLVIGDRE KENGAVAVRT RSGEDLGSMS LQAFIERLHA EGA

NT Sequence
ATGATCAACA TTACTCTTCC CGACGGCAGC CGCCGCGAAT TTGAAAACCC CGTCAGCGTC ATGGAGGTCG CCCAGTCGAT CGGCGCCGGC CTGGCCAAGG CCACCATCGC CGGTGCCGTG GATGGCGTGC TGGTCGATGC CAGCGACGTC ATCGACCACG ATGCCAGCCT GCGCATCATC ACCGCCAAGG ACGAGGAGGG CGTGGAGATC ATCCGCCACT CCTGCGCCCA CCTGGTCGGC CACGCCGTCA AGCAGCTCTA CCCGGACGTG AAGATGGTGA TCGGCCCGGT GATCGCCGAA GGCTTCTATT ACGACATCTA CTCCGAGCGC CCGTTCACCC CGGACGACAT GGCCGCGATC GAGAAGCGCA TGGGCGAGCT GATCGCCCAG GACTACGACG TCATCAAGAA GATGACCCCG CGCGCCGAAG TGATCGAGAT CTTCAAGGCC CGTGGCGAGG ACTACAAGCT GCGCCTGATC GAGGACATGT CCGAGGACAT CCAGGCGATG GGCATGTACT ACCACCAGGA ATACGTGGAC ATGTGCCGTG GCCCGCACGT GCCGAACACG CGCTTCCTGA AGGCCTTCAA GCTGACCCGC ATCTCCGGCG CCTATTGGCG CGGCGACGCG CAGAACGAGC AGCTGCAGCG CATCTACGGC ACCGCCTGGG CCGACAAGAA GCAGCTCGAG GCGTACATCA AGCGCATCGA AGAAGCTGAA ATGCGCGACC ACCGCCGCAT CGGCAAGCAG CAGGACCTGT TCCACCTGCA GGAAGAAGCA CCGGGCCTGG TGTTCTGGCA CCCGAAGGGC TGGGCGCTGT GGCAGGTGGT CGAGCAGTAC ATGCGCAAGG TCTACCGCAA CAGCGGCTAC GGCGAAGTGC GCTGCCCGCA GATCCTGGAC GTGAGCCTGT GGAAGAAGTC CGGTCACTGG GACAACTACC AGGACAACAT GTTCTTCACC GAATCGGAGA AGCGCACGTA CGCGGTCAAG CCGATGAACT GCCCAGGCCA CATCCAGGTG TTCAACCAGG GCCTGCACAG CTACCGCGAC CTGCCGATCC GCTATGGTGA GTTCGGTTCG TGCCATCGCA ACGAGCCGTC CGGCGCGCTG CACGGCATCC TGCGCGTGCG TGGCTTCACC CAGGACGACG GCCACGTGTT CTGCACGGAA AACCAGATCG AGTCGGAAGT GACGGCCTTC CACCAGCAGG CGCTGGCGGT CTACCAGCAC TTCGGTTTCG ACGAGATCCA GATCAAGATC GCGCTGCGCC CGGAATCGCG CCTGGGTGAC GACGCCACTT GGGACAAGGC CGAAGGCGCG CTGCGCTCGG CGCTGACCGC CTGTGGCGTG GAATGGCAGG AGCTGCCGGG CGAGGGCGCC TTCTACGGCC CGAAGATCGA GTACCACCTG AAGGATGCCA TCGGCCGTAC CTGGCAGCTG GGCACCATGC AGGTGGACTT CATGATGCCG GGCCGCCTGG GCGCCGAGTA CGTGGACGAG AACAGCCAGA AGAAGCACCC GGTCATGCTG CACCGCGCCA TCGTCGGCTC GATGGAGCGC TTCCTGGGCA TCCTGATCGA GCACCATGCC GGCCAGTTCC CGGCTTGGCT GGCGCCGACC CAGGTGGTGG TGGCCAACAT CACCGACGCC CAGGCCGACT ACGTCTCGGG CGTGACCAAA ACCCTTGCGG AGCAAGGCTT CCGCGTCAGC TCGGATTTGC GTAACGAGAA GATCGGCTAT AAAATCCGCG AGCATACGTT GCAGCGCGTG CCCTACCTGC TGGTCATCGG TGACCGCGAG AAGGAAAATG GGGCTGTGGC GGTGCGTACG CGTTCTGGCG AAGACCTGGG CAGCATGAGC CTGCAGGCCT TCATCGAGCG GCTCCACGCC GAGGGCGCG

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