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gi|39930375|ref|NP_060682.2| (Homo sapiens )

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Protein sequence

Comment protein enabled homolog isoform b [Homo sapiens]
Sequence length 570
Sequence
MSEQSICQARAAVMVYDDANKKWVPAGGSTGFSRVHIYHHTGNNTFRVVGRKIQDHQVVI
NCAIPKGLKYNQATQTFHQWRDARQVYGLNFGSKEDANVFASAMMHALEVLNSQETGPTL
PRQNSQLPAQVQNGPSQEELEIQRRQLQEQQRQKELERERLERERMERERLERERLERER
LERERLEQEQLERERQERERQERLERQERLERQERLERQERLDRERQERQERERLERLER
ERQERERQEQLEREQLEWERERRISSAAAPASVETPLNSVLGDSSASEPGLQAASQPAET
PSQQGIVLGPLAPPPPPPLPPGPAQASVALPPPPGPPPPPPLPSTGPPPPPPPPPLPNQV
PPPPPPPPAPPLPASGFFLASMSEDNRPLTGLAAAIAGAKLRKVSRMEDTSFPSGGNAIG
VNSASSKTDTGRGNGPLPLGGSGLMEEMSALLARRRRIAEKGSTIETEQKEDKGEDSEPV
TSKASSTSTPEPTRKPWERTNTMNGSKSPVISRPKSTPLSQPSANGVQTEGLDYDRLKQD
ILDEMRKELTKLKEELIDAIRQELSKSNTA

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Domain architecture

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