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TrbrA.19526.a: WDR82 homologue (glucosyl transferase interacting protein 1) (GTIP1)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Trypanosoma brucei TREU927
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: TrbrA.19526.a
is community request: True
associated disease: African trypanosomiasis (African Sleeping Sickness)
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
unclassified

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_79408

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
EuPathDB: TriTrypDB:Tb927.11.16360
UniProt: Q381F0

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
MKNYTPVEIA ASFFSAYGDP RSTSIDFSLD GKYFLSTHTD DAMRLVDVTE IKHKETIALN TVGLWRARFT QSSGVVCLAS HRPCDGHLYL LNLNTAQLFA SMSFVSDTVP VVPAIPNRPA YTAIAQSPCN DTIAAVFSAQ GRLLLFHPLI SGAVAASAEN TFIGGGGAIS FSPEGTQLLV SDDSCVRVYD YRKLFSGPLL TLQHNKMLPH CDSCGERRCI GMDIGSGGEE LLLTYECGGV LLYDLRQNAV RGANFGIKGT IDGINSSCSV GARYVHPYLG HSPVVQLDST SGKDTRLLVY HGSRAKSRWG SLRYEILCVA DGDPIAMSVN PQYSMVATAA GGVTWWSFPP R

NT Sequence
atgaaaaatt atacaccggt agaaatcgca gcgagtttct tttcggccta tggtgaccca cgatccacct caatagactt ctcccttgac ggaaagtatt ttctgtctac ccatacggat gatgcgatga ggcttgtaga cgttaccgaa attaaacaca aggagacgat cgccctcaac actgtgggtt tgtggcgcgc ccgtttcacg cagtcgagtg gcgttgtgtg cttagcttca catcgcccat gtgatggcca tttatatctt ctcaatctca acactgcgca gctttttgct tccatgtcat ttgtaagtga tactgtgcca gttgtgcctg caatccccaa tcgtccggca tacaccgcta tagcgcagtc tccatgcaac gatacgatcg ccgccgtgtt ttccgctcag ggtcgactgc ttcttttcca tcccctcatt tcgggagcgg tagcggcttc agcagaaaac acattcattg gtggtggtgg cgctatttct tttagtcctg aaggaacgca gttgttagtg agcgatgatt catgtgttcg cgtgtacgac tatcgtaaac tcttctctgg gccgctgctt acattgcagc acaacaaaat gttaccccac tgcgactcct gcggggaacg tcgttgtatc gggatggata ttgggagcgg gggcgaagaa ttgctcctaa cttacgagtg tggtggagtt ctcttgtatg acctgaggca aaatgccgta cgaggtgcaa attttggtat taagggaacc attgacggga tcaattcaag ttgttccgtt ggtgcgagat atgttcaccc atatttaggc cactcgcccg tggttcagtt ggattccaca tcagggaaag atacaaggtt actcgtatat catggttctc gggcaaaatc gcgatggggg tcattacgtt atgaaattct atgcgtagct gatggggatc ccattgccat gagtgtcaat cctcaatatt cgatggtggc aacggcagca ggaggagtta cgtggtggtc ttttcctcca cggtaa

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