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HeniA.19902.a: Fusion glycoprotein F0

Target Characteristics

from organism: Henipavirus Nipah virus
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: HeniA.19902.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
I

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Structures

image of structure for 6TYS
6TYS
Deposited: 8/9/2019
Determination: CryoEM
Clone: HeniA.19902.a.MW11.GE43561
Protein: HeniA.19902.a.MW11.PE00012

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
UniProt: Q9IH63
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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
MVVILDKRCY CNLLILILMI SECSVGILHY EKLSKIGLVK GVTRKYKIKS NPLTKDIVIK MIPNVSNMSQ CTGSVMENYK TRLNGILTPI KGALEIYKNN THDLVGDVRL AGVIMAGVAI GIATAAQITA GVALYEAMKN ADNINKLKSS IESTNEAVVK LQETAEKTVY VLTALQDYIN TNLVPTIDKI SCKQTELSLD LALSKYLSDL LFVFGPNLQD PVSNSMTIQA ISQAFGGNYE TLLRTLGYAT EDFDDLLESD SITGQIIYVD LSSYYIIVRV YFPILTEIQQ AYIQELLPVS FNNDNSEWIS IVPNFILVRN TLISNIEIGF CLITKRSVIC NQDYATPMTN NMRECLTGST EKCPRELVVS SHVPRFALSN GVLFANCISV TCQCQTTGRA ISQSGEQTLL MIDNTTCPTA VLGNVIISLG KYLGSVNYNS EGIAIGPPVF TDKVDISSQI SSMNQSLQQS KDYIKEAQRL LDTVNPSLIS MLSMIILYVL SIASLCIGLI TFISFIIVEK KRNTYSRLED RRVRPTSSGD LYYIGT

NT Sequence
ATGGTAGTTA TACTTGACAA GAGATGTTAT TGTAATCTTT TAATATTGAT TTTGATGATC TCGGAGTGTA GTGTTGGGAT TCTACATTAT GAGAAATTGA GTAAAATTGG ACTTGTCAAA GGAGTAACAA GAAAATACAA GATTAAAAGC AATCCTCTCA CAAAAGACAT TGTTATAAAA ATGATTCCGA ATGTGTCGAA CATGTCTCAG TGCACAGGGA GTGTCATGGA AAATTATAAA ACACGATTAA ACGGTATCTT AACACCTATA AAGGGAGCGT TAGAGATCTA CAAAAACAAC ACTCATGACC TTGTCGGTGA TGTGAGATTA GCCGGAGTTA TAATGGCAGG AGTTGCTATT GGGATTGCAA CCGCAGCTCA AATCACTGCA GGTGTAGCAC TATATGAGGC AATGAAGAAT GCTGACAACA TCAACAAACT CAAAAGCAGC ATTGAATCAA CTAATGAAGC TGTCGTTAAA CTTCAAGAGA CTGCAGAAAA GACAGTCTAT GTGCTGACTG CTCTACAGGA TTACATTAAT ACTAATTTAG TACCGACAAT TGACAAGATA AGCTGCAAAC AGACAGAACT CTCACTAGAT CTGGCATTAT CAAAGTACCT CTCTGATTTG CTTTTTGTAT TTGGCCCCAA CCTTCAAGAC CCAGTTTCTA ATTCAATGAC TATACAGGCT ATATCTCAGG CATTCGGTGG AAATTATGAA ACACTGCTAA GAACATTGGG TTACGCTACA GAAGACTTTG ATGATCTTCT AGAAAGTGAC AGCATAACAG GTCAAATCAT CTATGTTGAT CTAAGTAGCT ACTATATAAT TGTCAGGGTT TATTTTCCTA TTCTGACTGA AATTCAACAG GCCTATATCC AAGAGTTGTT ACCAGTGAGC TTCAACAATG ATAATTCAGA ATGGATCAGT ATTGTCCCAA ATTTCATATT GGTAAGGAAT ACATTAATAT CAAATATAGA GATTGGATTT TGCCTAATTA CAAAGAGGAG CGTGATCTGC AACCAAGATT ATGCCACACC TATGACCAAC AACATGAGAG AATGTTTAAC GGGATCGACT GAGAAGTGTC CTCGAGAGCT GGTTGTTTCA TCACATGTTC CCAGATTTGC ACTATCTAAC GGGGTTCTGT TTGCCAATTG CATAAGTGTT ACATGTCAGT GTCAAACAAC AGGCAGGGCA ATCTCACAAT CAGGAGAACA AACTCTGCTG ATGATTGACA ACACCACCTG TCCTACAGCC GTACTCGGTA ATGTGATTAT CAGCTTAGGG AAATATCTGG GGTCAGTAAA TTATAATTCT GAAGGCATTG CTATCGGTCC TCCAGTCTTT ACAGATAAAG TTGATATATC AAGTCAGATA TCCAGCATGA ATCAGTCCTT ACAACAGTCT AAGGACTATA TCAAAGAGGC TCAACGACTC CTTGATACTG TTAATCCATC ATTAATAAGC ATGTTGTCTA TGATCATACT GTATGTATTA TCGATCGCAT CGTTGTGTAT AGGGTTGATT ACATTTATCA GTTTTATCAT TGTTGAGAAA AAGAGAAACA CCTACAGCAG ATTAGAGGAT AGGAGAGTCA GACCTACAAG CAGTGGGGAT CTCTACTACA TTGGGACA

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