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3.A.1.204.21
Pigment precursor transporter of 644 aas, Ok. In the noctuid moth, Helicoverpa armigera, Ok transports precursors from the cytoplasm into the pigment granules. Knockouts of Ok are viable and produce translucent larval cuticle and black eyes (Khan et al. 2017).

Accession Number:S6BKX3
Protein Name:Bm-ok protein
Length:644
Molecular Weight:72529.00
Species:Bombyx mori (Silk moth) [7091]
Number of TMSs:9
Substrate pigment precursor

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	MKEYNLKLPT RNVLTGAVVN WEDDEMGVMG DSPENLTLAW KDLSVFRKKK IHTSMWRSAV 
61:	YEEVKVLHGV SGSVSSGNLV ALMGSSGAGK TTLLAAISRR DKSALTGYLM LNGRLAGADL 
121:	IARISGFVPQ EDLAIEDLTV AEHMEFMARL MMDKRSTKIM RAKRVEQLLG ELGVMSCTKT 
181:	KLKALSGGER KRVALAVQLL NDPPILFCDE PTTGLDSWAA SAVVSRLRKL AIGGKLVICS 
241:	VHQPASGVFE MFHQIVFLAN GRTAFHGTIA QADQFFGSLN YKCPVGFNAA EYYVSLLGIQ 
301:	IGKESESRER IRRICDEYHR SDIAAEIEAR VGEVHDEVDY FNGTLDEKNE YFEKYLTLVK 
361:	VNYFVQFYWL MWRNIQQMKH NSTIWIAEFL LLMFVGFIIS FPYIGHFKEL DQRDIQNVEG 
421:	LLYLTITETI FLFIYAVFIT FPSEVPILLR ETASGLYSPL PYYLSKMIFW IPRAVIEPVL 
481:	FGSLIFIVAE LRGGFVGWLG FCFVCVLCAN YANAYGSFLS SVFDKMETAA LVSVPFDLIG 
541:	TMFSGLYLNL GSVSPYFSWL RFVSAFYYGI ESISILQWDS IESIDCVKLP GIPCIKTGPD 
601:	VLNRYGYSES HFWRNCCCLA TMYCVAHFVA FIMVIKRSRG TPVY