RNA polymerase sigma factor - Q0P6M2 (Q0P6M2_ECOLX)


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  • Number of PDB entries for Q0P6M2: 1
Other Gene names: rpoE AA102_04795 AB850_07620 ABW50_06050 AC065_11905 AC066_06940 AC067_03255 AC789_1c29100 ACU57_10240 ACU65_18685 ACU66_16885 ACU67_18720 ACU68_04350 ACU70_08635 ACU72_11740 ACU77_00885 ACU79_20145 ACU80_14335 ACU81_16920 ACU83_27035 ACU86_14995 ACU87_23775 ACU88_19105 ACU90_25285 ACU94_14245 ACU98_13200 AGA26_17015 AKG99_13645 AM258_11720 AM259_11245 AM260_08265 AM261_02785 AM262_14635 AM263_13365 AM264_19895 AM265_05500 AM266_09255 AM267_15350 AM268_11890 AM269_13130 AM270_07330 AM271_11420 AM272_08555 AM273_10555 AML92_12645 AN203_06290 AN204_06665 AN205_06270 AN206_06935 AN669_09910 AO733_10245 AO737_22390 AO743_09305 ASE18_11335 ASU34_10010 ATL78_03535 BN17_18601 BN1843_31470 ECONIH1_14995 ECs3439 EL75_1074 EL79_1085 EL80_1087 ERS085341_00016 ERS085365_01495 ERS085366_02092 ERS085367_00015 ERS085374_00015 ERS085380_00525 ERS085383_04189 ERS085386_03142 ERS085387_01828 ERS085404_01005 ERS085406_03514 ERS085411_03653 ERS085416_03737 ERS085426_01612 ERS139211_00845 ERS139215_02542 ERS139224_00514 ERS139228_00598 ERS139235_04438 ERS139238_02302 ERS139262_00634 ERS139266_00015 ERS139269_00015 ERS139271_00503 ERS150873_01369 ERS150874_00793 ERS150876_00880 ERS150905_00516 ERS451419_00023 ExPEC_1279 HUS2011_3099 HW42_17610 IY32_09680 JD73_17235 MJ49_18045 PD07_25345 PGD_00662 PU06_05530 PU15_00545 PU21_16955 PU33_05105 PU38_07870 PU53_06735 PU69_17775 QR62_09515 QR63_09515 RR31_13730 SK67_01936 SK74_02992 SK78_01708 SK83_04660 SK84_03216 SK85_02829 SK86_04987 SR35_13145 SY51_14730 UC21_14160 UC41_13475 UN86_04925 UN91_26310 UN92_00960 WQ64_10145 WQ70_16305 WQ71_05340 WQ73_10670 WQ74_14715 WQ77_26480 WQ79_12095 WQ84_10735 WQ86_01785 WQ89_05960 WQ91_00585 WQ92_07710 WQ95_08795 WQ96_17085 WQ99_17530 WR00_01610 WR01_09925 WR03_24680 WR04_12750 WR05_25420 WR12_02660 WR13_13835 WR15_00960 WR17_08775 WR24_14050 XB00_03910 XB01_02350
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