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| Sequences || BBa_K1483001_sequence (Version 1)|
DescriptionEncodes for an enzyme, that is capable of cleaving A- and B-antigens in the human ABO-Bloodgroup system. As the name suggests, the galactose and connected saccharide residues are cleaved from the antigen, leaving behind the the Oh-Antigen which is characteristic of the Bombay-blood type.
Part in RFC25.
NotesPart in RFC25, in order to ease fusion with other parts, for example immobilisation tags.
SourceThe protein encoded by this sequence naturally occurs in Clostridium perfringens. This sequence was optimized for codon usage in E. coli K12 and synthesized.