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OrduA.17282.a: Nucleoprotein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Dugbe virus isolate ArD44313
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrduA.17282.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: OG5_234991
RefSeq: NP_690574.1
UniProt: Q8V336
ViPR: link
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
MENQIKANNK KEFDEWFKPF SEKLQLRSNL TNSASLCDRV PDLALAEMKM ALATDDKEKD SIFSNALVEA TRFCAPIYEC AWTCSTGVVQ KSLSWFDKNK DFIKLWDAKY MDLKKGIPEP EQLVSYQQAA QKWRKDVGYE INQFTRSLTH PVVAEYKVPG EIAVDVKEML SDMIRRRNVL LNGDGENAGK KGPISREHVS WGRELAGGKF QVVFNPPWGD INKCGKSGIP LAATAMVKVA ELDGSKKLED IRQALLDLKK WVEDNKDALE DGKGNELVQT MTKHLAQAVE LSKKSNALRA QGAQIDTPFS AYYWAWSAGV KPETFFTLSQ FLFEMGQSAR GGKKMIKALT STPLRWGKGL INLFADDDFL GNRLYMHPAV LTPGRMSEMG ACFGVIPVAS PEDAILGSGH SKNILNFKID TSVQNPCAST IVQLYRIQKS GFDLESLEVV STEHLLHQSF VGKRCPTQNA YKVRGNATNV NII

NT Sequence
ATGGAGAATC AGATCAAGGC AAACAATAAA AAAGAGTTTG ATGAGTGGTT TAAACCTTTT AGTGAAAAGC TCCAATTAAG GTCAAACCTC ACAAACTCTG CATCCCTGTG TGATAGAGTA CCTGACCTAG CTCTAGCAGA AATGAAAATG GCCCTTGCCA CAGATGATAA AGAAAAAGAC TCAATCTTTT CTAATGCTCT GGTGGAGGCA ACACGTTTCT GTGCTCCAAT CTATGAGTGT GCTTGGACCT GCAGTACAGG TGTAGTGCAG AAGAGCTTAA GCTGGTTTGA TAAGAACAAA GACTTCATCA AACTCTGGGA CGCAAAGTAC ATGGATCTCA AAAAGGGTAT CCCTGAACCA GAGCAACTAG TTTCATACCA GCAGGCGGCC CAAAAGTGGA GAAAGGACGT TGGTTATGAA ATTAACCAAT TCACAAGGTC TCTCACACAT CCAGTTGTTG CAGAGTACAA AGTGCCTGGA GAAATTGCTG TTGATGTCAA AGAAATGCTG TCTGACATGA TCAGGCGCAG GAATGTCCTG CTGAACGGAG ACGGAGAAAA TGCTGGGAAA AAAGGTCCTA TCAGCAGAGA GCATGTCTCT TGGGGCCGTG AGTTGGCAGG AGGAAAGTTC CAAGTTGTGT TTAACCCTCC TTGGGGGGAT ATAAACAAGT GTGGTAAATC AGGCATTCCT CTAGCAGCTA CTGCCATGGT GAAGGTTGCT GAGCTAGATG GGTCAAAGAA GCTTGAAGAT ATAAGGCAGG CCCTTCTGGA TCTAAAAAAA TGGGTTGAAG ATAACAAGGA TGCACTAGAG GATGGGAAAG GCAATGAGCT CGTCCAGACT ATGACAAAGC ATCTGGCTCA AGCAGTGGAA CTATCCAAAA AGTCCAATGC CCTGCGTGCA CAAGGAGCAC AAATAGACAC TCCTTTCTCA GCCTATTATT GGGCTTGGAG CGCTGGTGTT AAGCCAGAGA CATTTTTCAC TTTGTCTCAA TTCCTCTTTG AGATGGGCCA GAGTGCTAGA GGAGGCAAAA AAATGATCAA AGCACTGACT TCCACACCAC TAAGGTGGGG CAAGGGATTG ATTAACCTGT TTGCAGATGA TGACTTTTTG GGCAACAGAC TATACATGCA TCCTGCAGTT CTGACTCCTG GTCGAATGAG TGAAATGGGT GCATGCTTTG GGGTTATTCC TGTTGCAAGC CCAGAAGATG CAATCCTAGG TTCAGGACAC TCAAAAAACA TACTGAACTT CAAAATTGAT ACCAGTGTAC AGAACCCATG TGCATCCACA ATCGTGCAAC TGTACAGAAT CCAGAAATCT GGCTTTGATC TAGAAAGCTT AGAAGTAGTG TCTACTGAAC ATCTTTTGCA CCAGTCATTT GTTGGTAAAA GATGCCCAAC CCAGAATGCT TACAAGGTGA GAGGAAATGC AACCAATGTT AACATCATC

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