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BewuA.18651.a: Nucleoprotein (N)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Betacoronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCoV) (COVID-19) isolate Wuhan-Hu-1
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: BewuA.18651.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIC

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Molecular models

Method Results
comparative modelling Robetta_15727

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
GenBank: QHD43423
UniProt: P0DTC9
ViPR: link

Sequences

These sequences are the native gene sequence; sequences of constructs derived from these sequences may differ due to codon optimization or other protocols. To find the specific sequence of any material you may have ordered, click on the "more" button next to the name of that material.
AA Sequence
MSDNGPQNQR NAPRITFGGP SDSTGSNQNG ERSGARSKQR RPQGLPNNTA SWFTALTQHG KEDLKFPRGQ GVPINTNSSP DDQIGYYRRA TRRIRGGDGK MKDLSPRWYF YYLGTGPEAG LPYGANKDGI IWVATEGALN TPKDHIGTRN PANNAAIVLQ LPQGTTLPKG FYAEGSRGGS QASSRSSSRS RNSSRNSTPG SSRGTSPARM AGNGGDAALA LLLLDRLNQL ESKMSGKGQQ QQGQTVTKKS AAEASKKPRQ KRTATKAYNV TQAFGRRGPE QTQGNFGDQE LIRQGTDYKH WPQIAQFAPS ASAFFGMSRI GMEVTPSGTW LTYTGAIKLD DKDPNFKDQV ILLNKHIDAY KTFPPTEPKK DKKKKADETQ ALPQRQKKQQ TVTLLPAADL DDFSKQLQQS MSSADSTQA

NT Sequence
ATGTCTGATA ATGGACCCCA AAATCAGCGA AATGCACCCC GCATTACGTT TGGTGGACCC TCAGATTCAA CTGGCAGTAA CCAGAATGGA GAACGCAGTG GGGCGCGATC AAAACAACGT CGGCCCCAAG GTTTACCCAA TAATACTGCG TCTTGGTTCA CCGCTCTCAC TCAACATGGC AAGGAAGACC TTAAATTCCC TCGAGGACAA GGCGTTCCAA TTAACACCAA TAGCAGTCCA GATGACCAAA TTGGCTACTA CCGAAGAGCT ACCAGACGAA TTCGTGGTGG TGACGGTAAA ATGAAAGATC TCAGTCCAAG ATGGTATTTC TACTACCTAG GAACTGGGCC AGAAGCTGGA CTTCCCTATG GTGCTAACAA AGACGGCATC ATATGGGTTG CAACTGAGGG AGCCTTGAAT ACACCAAAAG ATCACATTGG CACCCGCAAT CCTGCTAACA ATGCTGCAAT CGTGCTACAA CTTCCTCAAG GAACAACATT GCCAAAAGGC TTCTACGCAG AAGGGAGCAG AGGCGGCAGT CAAGCCTCTT CTCGTTCCTC ATCACGTAGT CGCAACAGTT CAAGAAATTC AACTCCAGGC AGCAGTAGGG GAACTTCTCC TGCTAGAATG GCTGGCAATG GCGGTGATGC TGCTCTTGCT TTGCTGCTGC TTGACAGATT GAACCAGCTT GAGAGCAAAA TGTCTGGTAA AGGCCAACAA CAACAAGGCC AAACTGTCAC TAAGAAATCT GCTGCTGAGG CTTCTAAGAA GCCTCGGCAA AAACGTACTG CCACTAAAGC ATACAATGTA ACACAAGCTT TCGGCAGACG TGGTCCAGAA CAAACCCAAG GAAATTTTGG GGACCAGGAA CTAATCAGAC AAGGAACTGA TTACAAACAT TGGCCGCAAA TTGCACAATT TGCCCCCAGC GCTTCAGCGT TCTTCGGAAT GTCGCGCATT GGCATGGAAG TCACACCTTC GGGAACGTGG TTGACCTACA CAGGTGCCAT CAAATTGGAT GACAAAGATC CAAATTTCAA AGATCAAGTC ATTTTGCTGA ATAAGCATAT TGACGCATAC AAAACATTCC CACCAACAGA GCCTAAAAAG GACAAAAAGA AGAAGGCTGA TGAAACTCAA GCCTTACCGC AGAGACAGAA GAAACAGCAA ACTGTGACTC TTCTTCCTGC TGCAGATTTG GATGATTTCT CCAAACAATT GCAACAATCC ATGAGCAGTG CTGACTCAAC TCAGGCC

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