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JuarA.17063.a: Pre-glycoprotein polyprotein GP complex

Target Characteristics

from organism: Arenavirus Junin arenavirus
most recent status: cloned
center reference id: JuarA.17063.a
is community request: True
associated disease: Junin
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: True
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIA

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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Clones*

CENTER
REFERENCE ID
DOMAIN/REGION
DESCRIPTION
INFO AA
START
AA
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ORDER
MATERIAL
JuarA.17063.a.D25.GE082212a GP1 87 228 GE082212a
JuarA.17063.a.D26.GE082212a GP1 87 240 GE082212a
* 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: P26313
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
MGQFISFMQE IPTFLQEALN IALVAVSLIA IIKGVVNLYK SGLFQFFVFL ALAGRSCTEE AFKIGLHTEF QTVSFSMVGL FSNNPHDLPL LCTLNKSHLY IKGGNASFKI SFDDIAVLLP EYDVIIQHPA DMSWCSKSDD QIWLSQWFMN AVGHDWYLDP PFLCRNRTKT EGFIFQVNTS KTGINENYAK KFKTGMHHLY REYPDSCLDG KLCLMKAQPT SWPLQCPLDH VNTLHFLTRG KNIQLPRRSL KAFFSWSLTD SSGKDTPGGY CLEEWMLVAA KMKCFGNTAV AKCNLNHDSE FCDMLRLFDY NKNAIKTLND ETKKQVNLMG QTINALISDN LLMKNKIREL MSVPYCNYTK FWYVNHTLSG QHSLPRCWLI KNNSYLNISD FRNDWILESD FLISEMLSKE YSDRQGKTPL TLVDICFWST VFFTASLFLH LVGIPTHRHI RGEACPLPHR LNSLGGCRCG KYPNLKKPTV WRRGH

NT Sequence
atggggcaat tcatcagctt catgcaagaa atacctacct ttttgcagga agctctgaat attgctcttg ttgcagtcag tctcattgcc atcattaagg gtgtagtaaa cctgtacaaa agtggtttgt tccaattctt tgtattccta gcactcgcag gaagatcctg cacagaagaa gcttttaaaa tcggactgca cacagagttc cagactgtgt ccttctcaat ggtgggtctc ttttccaaca atccacatga cctgcctctg ttgtgtacct taaacaagag ccatctttac attaaggggg gcaatgcttc attcaagatc agctttgatg acatcgcagt gttgttacca gaatatgacg ttataattca gcatccggca gatatgagct ggtgttctaa aagtgatgat caaatttggc tgtctcagtg gttcatgaat gctgtggggc atgattggta tctagaccca ccatttctgt gtaggaaccg tacaaagaca gaaggcttca tctttcaagt caatacctcc aagactggta tcaatgaaaa ctatgccaag aagtttaaga ctggtatgca ccatttatat agagaatacc ccgactcttg cttggatggc aaactgtgtt tgatgaaggc acaacccacc agttggcctc tccaatgtcc acttgaccat gtcaacacat tacatttcct cacaagaggc aagaacattc agcttccaag gaggtcttta aaagcattct tttcctggtc tctgacagac tcatccggca aggacacccc tggaggctat tgtctagaag agtggatgct cgttgcagcc aaaatgaagt gttttggcaa tactgctgta gcaaaatgca atctgaatca tgactctgaa ttctgtgaca tgctgaggct ttttgattac aacaaaaatg ctatcaaaac cttaaatgat gaaactaaga aacaagtaaa tctgatggga cagacaatca atgcgctgat atctgacaat ttattgatga aaaacaaaat tagggaattg atgagtgtcc cttactgcaa ttacacaaaa ttttggtatg tcaaccacac actttcagga caacactcat taccaaggtg ctggttaata aaaaacaaca gctatttgaa catttctgac ttccgtaatg actggatact agaaagtgac ttcttaattt ctgaaatgct aagcaaagag tattcggaca ggcagggcaa aactcccttg actttagttg acatctgttt ttggagcaca gtattcttca cagcgtccct cttccttcac ttggtgggca tacccaccca taggcacatc agaggcgagg catgccctct gccccacagg ctaaatagct tgggtggttg cagatgtggt aagtacccca atctaaagaa accaacagtt tggcgcagag gacactaa

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