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Rv1874 Rv0241c
Rv2565 Rv2417c
Rv0584 Rv2258c
Updated May 12, 2009
Details
DescriptionPROBABLE AMIDOHYDROLASE AMIB1 (AMINOHYDROLASE)
Accession numberRv3306c
Gene nameamiB1
Gene length1185
Protein length394
Coordinates3692805..3693989
Orientation-
Molecular mass40740.18
Isoelectric point4.85

Database Crossreferences
Deletion Mutant Phenotype
in-vivoguinea pig
 mouse
 rabbit

in-vitroHBMEC
 macrophage

Mutant Survival in DeADMAn (Lamichhane et al., 2005)*

Strain NamePhenotype (Mouse)
JHU3306c-606[no data]
JHU3306c-836[no data]
JHU3306c-250[no data]
 

CDC1551 Homolog
ORFMT3405
Essentiality Prediction
Sassetti et al, 2003*[no data]

JHU Transposon Mutant(s) Available
NameMT#Rv#POIGene LengthAvailable from BEI
JHU3306c-836MT3405Rv3306c8361185yes
  
For a list of currently available mutants, please visit BEI's transposon mutant webpage.

If we have not disrupted your gene using random mutagenesis, we may be able to create a knockout mutant for you.  Please click here  to submit a request.

References
Lamichhane, G., M. Zignol, N. J. Blades, D. E. Geiman, A. Dougherty, J. Grosset, K. W. Broman, and W. R. Bishai. (2003) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100:7213-7218. [Abstract/Free Full Text]
Sassetti, C. M., Boyd, D. H. & Rubin, E. J. (2003) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100:12989-12994. [Abstract/Free Full Text]
Lamichhane G, Tyagi S, Bishai WR (2005) Infect Immun. Apr;73(4):2533-40.
[Abstract/Free Full Text]