AmyERFC25 version of B. subtilis alpha-amylase without its native signal peptide
AmyERFC25 is used in the 2017 TU Dresden iGEM project EncaBcillus - It's a trap!.
The AmyEEV (BBa_K2273103) which was amplified from AmyERFC25 is used as gene of interest for proof of concept of the Signal Peptide Toolbox of iGEM Team TU Dresden 2017 (EncaBcillus - It's a trap!).
The AmyERFC25 version of B. subtilis alpha-amylase (Uniprot P00691) without its first 33 amino acids (Brockmeier et al, 2006) which code for the native signal peptide would naturally be secreted into the supernatant to degrade extracellular starch. However, as its native signal peptide has been cut off, it lacks the naturally occuring secretion capability.
This part has the following prefix and suffix which includes a strong Shine Dalgarno Sequence (SD):
|Prefix with||EcoRI, NotI, XbaI and SD||5'-GAATTCGCGGCCGCTTCTAGAGAAGGAGTGTCAAGA-3'|
|Suffix with||SpeI, NotI and PstI||5'-TACTAGTAGCGGCCGCTGCAG-3'|
Sites of restriction enzymes generating compatible overhangs are indicated by sharing one color. (EcoRI and PstI are marked in blue, NotI in green, XbaI and SpeI are red. Additionally, the Shine Dalgarno Sequence is marked in silver.)
Sequence and Features
The DNA sequence of this part has been verified via sequencing before it was sent in.
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