KEGG   Trichoplax adhaerens: TRIADDRAFT_49897Help
Entry
TRIADDRAFT_49897  CDS       T01069                                 

Definition
hypothetical protein
Orthology
K08524  
retinoid X receptor alpha
Organism
tad  Trichoplax adhaerens
Brite
Transcription factors [BR:tad03000]
 Eukaryotic Type
  Zinc finger
   Cys4 hepatocyte nuclear factor 4-like
    TRIADDRAFT_49897
Nuclear receptors [BR:tad03310]
 2. Hepatocyte nuclear factor 4 like
  2B. Retinoid X receptor (RXR)
   TRIADDRAFT_49897
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Motif Motif
Other DBs
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JGI: 
UniProt: 
AA seq 327 aa AA seqDB search
MSICGQRSLRRHYGVYSCEGCKGFFKRTVRKNLTYTCRDNRNCDIDKKQRNRCQYCRYQK
CLQVGMKQEAVQEERVKNSTPTSKTTLPIAIADGFPLPTYGNDEMPVEAIRDAESTLNMN
SVPYVEMQSNPVLNICQAADKQLFNLVEWAKKIPHFCDLCVDDQVILLRSGWNELLIAAF
SFRSIAVEDGLLLSTGHYIHRTSAHNAGIGAIFDRILTELVNQMRYLKMDKTELGCLRAI
ILFNPDVRGLTSADRVEKYRELVYGALEAYVKKRFPDQLCRFAKLLLRLPALRAISLKTL
EHLFFYKLIGDPPIDTFLMEMLETGSS
NT seq 984 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgtcaatttgcggtcaaagatcgctaaggaggcattatggcgtttacagttgtgaaggt
tgcaagggtttcttcaagcgtacagtgcgcaaaaatttaacttacacatgccgtgataat
cgaaactgtgatattgataaaaagcaacgaaatcgatgtcagtattgtcgataccagaag
tgtctgcaagttggtatgaagcaagaagccgtgcaggaagagcgcgtaaagaatagcaca
ccaactagtaaaaccaccttaccgatagcaatagcggatggcttcccattaccgacatat
gggaacgatgaaatgccagttgaagctatccgagatgctgaatctacgcttaatatgaat
agtgtaccttacgtcgaaatgcaaagtaaccctgtcttaaatatttgtcaagctgcagat
aaacaactatttaatttggttgaatgggccaagaaaataccccatttctgtgatttatgt
gtcgatgaccaagtaatacttctgagatctggttggaatgaattactgatagctgcgttt
tcgtttcgatcaatagctgttgaagatggcttgctcttatcgactgggcattatattcat
cgcactagcgcgcataatgctggtattggggctatatttgataggattttaacagagttg
gttaatcaaatgagatatttaaaaatggataaaactgaattgggctgtttgagagctatt
atattgtttaatccagatgttcgcggtttgacatcagctgatagggttgaaaagtatcga
gagctggtatatggagctctagaggcttacgtcaagaaaaggtttcctgaccagctctgt
cgctttgctaaactactgcttcgattgccggccttaagagcgataagtttaaagaccttg
gagcatcttttcttttataaattaattggtgatccaccaattgacacattcttaatggaa
atgctggaaacaggcagttcttaa

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