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HasiA.17785.a: Nucleoprotein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Hantavirus Sin Nombre virus
most recent status: soluble
center reference id: HasiA.17785.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 3
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIA

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
STOP
ORDER
MATERIAL
HasiA.17785.a.A11.GE33383 full length 1 426 GE33383
HasiA.17785.a.A12.GE33384 full length 1 91 GE33384
HasiA.17785.a.A13.GE33385 full length 1 398 GE33385
HasiA.17785.a.A15.GE33387 full length 35 91 GE33387
HasiA.17785.a.A16.GE33388 full length 35 398 GE33388
HasiA.17785.a.A2.GE33925 Nucleoprotein 9-173 9 173 GE33925
* SSGCID clones represent un-induced expression constructs which have been verified by sequencing from vector primers. Clones may contain a tag, such as N-term 6xHis. Get sequence information using the button in the "info" column.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
UniProt: Q9E1J8
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
TLKEVQDNIT LHEQQLVTAR QKLKDAERAV ELDPDDVNKS TLQSRRAAVS ALETKLGELK RELADLIAAQ KLASKPVDPT GIEPDDHLKE KSSLRYGNVL DVNSIDLEEP SGQTADWKSI GLYILSFALP IILKALYMLS TRGRQTIKEN KGTRIRFKDD SSYEEVNGIR KPRHLYVSMP TAQSTMKADE ITPGRFRTIA CGLFPAQVKA RNIISPVMGV IGFSFFVKDW MERIDDFLAA RCPFLPEQKD PRDAALATNR AYFITRQLQV DESKVSDIED LIADARAESA TIFADIATPH SVWVFACAPD RCPPTALYVA GMPELGAFFA ILQDMRNTIM ASKSVGTSEE KLKKKSAFYQ SYLRRTQSMG IQLDQKIIIL YMSHWGREAV NHFHLGDDMD PELRELAQTL VDIKVREISN QEPLKL

NT Sequence
accctcaaag aagtgcaaga caacatcacc cttcacgaac aacaactcgt gactgccagg cagaagctca aagatgcaga aagagcggtg gaattggacc ccgatgatgt taacaaaagc acattacaga gcagacgggc agctgtgtct gcattggaga ccaaactcgg agaactcaag cgggaactgg ctgatcttat tgcagctcag aaattggctt caaaacctgt tgatccaaca gggattgaac ctgatgacca tttaaaggaa aagtcatcat tgagatatgg aaatgtcctt gatgtaaatt ccattgactt agaagagcca agcgggcaaa cagctgattg gaaatccatc ggactttaca ttctaagttt tgcattaccg attatcctta aagccttgta catgttatcc actaggggcc gtcaaacaat caaagaaaat aagggaacaa gaatccgatt caaggatgat tcatcttatg aagaagttaa tggaatacgt aagccaagac atctatatgt ttctatgcca actgctcaat ctacaatgaa agcagatgag attactcccg gaaggttccg tacaattgct tgcgggttat tcccagccca agtcaaagca aggaatatta tcagtcctgt tatgggtgtg attggcttta gtttctttgt gaaagattgg atggaaagga ttgatgactt tctggctgca cggtgcccat ttctacctga acagaaggac cctagagatg ctgcattggc aactaataga gcctatttta taacacgtca attacaggtt gatgagtcaa aagttagtga tattgaggac ctgattgctg atgcaagagc tgagtctgcc actatattcg cagatattgc cactcctcat tcagtctggg tctttgcatg tgctccagat cgttgtccac ctacagcatt atatgtggcc gggatgccgg agctgggtgc attttttgct attcttcagg atatgaggaa caccataatg gcatcaaaat ctgtggggac atctgaagag aaattgaaga agaaatcagc attctaccag tcatacttaa ggcgtactca gtcaatgggg attcaactgg accagaagat aatcatctta tacatgagcc attggggaag agaagccgtg aatcatttcc atcttggaga tgatatggat cctgagctta gggagcttgc ccagaccctt gtagacatca aggtcaggga aatctctaac caagaaccac ttaaacttta a

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