EST 1200503 is a singleton


Sequence

>1200503 (1 EST) Length=747 TAAAATATAATTCATATATCATTAACAAGTAAAATTTTTCATATTCTAAAAATTTCATTACTTACATAAATGTTTCTTGC ATTCATGTTTCCATGAATTTTTTCTTCTTCTATATAACCATATATATAATATTATAAGTGCAACAGCTACTAGAATTAGT ACCAAAGCCGCGATACCATAAGGGTTAAAAGCTGTAGTAGCAGTACCCACAGCAGTTCCGACCCCATCACTAACACCATT AGTAGCTACCAAGACACCACATTTTTGAAGAGCTGCAACAATAGATGCATTATTAAACATATTAGATATAGTGATAGAGG ATGCGCATTTACTACAGGTTGCTATACTGGCAGTAACAATTTTGAAGGCATCAACGGCAGCAGCTTTAGCAACTAACAAA CCTATCAATGTTATGAATACACTACCAACTGAGCAAGAACATATACCACGGGTACATCTATGTTTTAAGTGTTTTAAATA TTTATCTTTTCCTTTTGTAGTTGCTAGTTTTGCATTATTAGTATCGGTACATTAACATGATGATGATTTATCTGATTTTT CATCATCGTTTTGATACATACATGATTTTAACATAATATCATTTTTGTGACCAAACTTTTCTTCATATATTTCCAATAAT TCTTTTTCTGTCGTTGACATAGGTTCTGCATCATTACCACCTGTTAATTTTGTTTGATTCTTTTCTACTAGTTCTTTTAA TTGTTCATATGGTTCATGAGTTTGTTG


Analyses

Predicted Translation
Prosite Motif Search WITH / WITHOUT phosphorylation sites
Sequence, gbnr, dbEST, Processing,


Cluster Information for 1200503: (1 ESTs)

dbEST ID numbers are linked to dbEST, and gi numbers are linked to Entrez.

dbEST IDgi NumberAccessionEST IDLibrary
12005032320745AA5504931648m3gmbPfHB3.1, G. Roman Reddy


Date: 16:11:48 on Fri 17 Nov 117.