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TET34

Resistance to tetracyclines can be mediated by direct inactivation of the tetracycline molecule via hydroxylation or other mechanisms. The tetX, tet37 and tet34 have been characterized as acting as tetracycline inactivators.

References

  • http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2864705/

Other Groups in Tetracycline inactivation enzymes

Sequences

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>>MEG_6976|Drugs|Tetracyclines|Tetracycline_inactivation_enzymes|TET34
ATGAGCAAAAAATTCATTATCACTTGGGACGCCATGCAAAATTACTGTCGTCAGCTTGCTGAAAAACAGATGCCAGCTGA
ACAGTGGAAAGGTATTTGGGCGGTGAGCCGTGGCGGTCTAGTACCGGGTGCTATTCTTGCGCGTGAACTTGGTATTCGTC
ACGTTGATACCATTTGTATCTCTAGCTACGATCATGATCACCAGCGTGATATGACCGTGCTAAAAGCGCCAGAAGGTGAT
GGCGAAGGTTACCTAATCGTCGAAGACCTAGTGGATAGCGGTGATACAGCGCGTAAACTACGTGAAATGTACCCGAAAGC
GAAACTGATTGCTGTTTGCGCTAAGCCATCAGGTGCCACTCTTCTTGATGATTACGTGGTTGATATTGCTCAAGATACAT
GGATTGAGCAGCCATGGGATACCACAGTGCAATTTGTGGAACCAATTAATCGCAAGCAAAAGTAA