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OrimA.17280.a: Nucleocapsid protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Imjin virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrimA.17280.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
UniProt: B6RD45
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
MAKSRITKED IQKLEDAKRQ IEIQLSSSIQ KLATETEQFG PDPDPIQLQA VRQRSSVIEG YKEKLRDLES QLSIAYATFA DEEEERKKRK EVPGVEEGDY LSQKSSLRYG NVIDLNPLNL EEPAGQTANW NRIFEYITTI TQVLLLKGLY ILTTRGRQTS KDNKGTRMKL KDDSCMETVN GIQRHKFLYI SLPTSQSSIQ DDELTPGRFR TIVSGLLPNE IRNKKLMSPV MGVIGFLNLT EVWMDLIDRI MTDQCDYMTQ DKSNPTASTN RAYFKERQST IDSLNLPDLK QLRTDAERKH YLPDDIETEC VPWIFANAPD RCPPTVLLVA GIPELGAFFA LMQDIRSGIL ASNLRGTAEE KIARKSSFYQ SYIRRTQSMG LNCDQKIIHI YMDYLGTFCV DHFNLGDDMD PDLKIKAQAL LDKKVKEIST QEPIKL

NT Sequence
ATGGCGAAAA GCCGTATAAC CAAAGAGGAC ATCCAAAAAC TTGAGGATGC AAAAAGGCAG ATTGAAATTC AGCTTTCCTC CTCAATTCAA AAATTGGCCA CAGAAACTGA ACAGTTTGGA CCAGATCCAG ACCCAATTCA GCTCCAGGCT GTTAGACAAA GATCTAGTGT GATAGAAGGG TACAAAGAAA AACTAAGAGA TTTAGAGAGT CAACTAAGTA TTGCCTATGC AACATTTGCT GATGAGGAGG AAGAGAGAAA GAAGAGAAAG GAAGTACCAG GTGTTGAAGA AGGTGACTAT CTGTCTCAAA AATCATCACT TAGGTATGGG AATGTAATTG ACTTAAACCC TCTCAACTTG GAAGAACCAG CTGGACAAAC TGCAAATTGG AATCGCATCT TTGAGTATAT TACCACAATT ACTCAGGTGC TCCTACTCAA GGGTCTTTAC ATTCTGACAA CTCGAGGAAG ACAGACAAGC AAGGATAATA AGGGGACAAG AATGAAACTA AAAGATGATT CTTGTATGGA GACTGTAAAT GGGATTCAAA GACACAAGTT CCTGTATATC TCACTTCCAA CTAGCCAGTC ATCAATCCAA GATGATGAGT TGACACCAGG CAGATTCAGA ACAATTGTCT CAGGACTCCT CCCTAATGAG ATTCGTAACA AGAAATTGAT GAGCCCTGTC ATGGGTGTGA TTGGGTTTTT GAACCTTACT GAAGTCTGGA TGGATCTCAT TGATCGGATC ATGACTGATC AATGTGATTA TATGACTCAA GATAAGTCAA ACCCTACTGC AAGCACAAAT AGGGCTTACT TCAAAGAAAG ACAAAGTACT ATTGATAGCC TAAACCTCCC TGACCTCAAA CAACTAAGAA CTGATGCAGA GAGAAAACAT TATCTTCCTG ATGACATTGA GACTGAATGT GTACCCTGGA TTTTTGCAAA TGCACCTGAT AGGTGTCCCC CAACAGTGTT GCTTGTTGCA GGGATACCTG AGCTTGGTGC ATTTTTTGCA TTAATGCAGG ACATAAGGAG TGGGATCCTT GCATCGAATT TGAGAGGAAC AGCTGAAGAA AAGATTGCCC GAAAATCCTC ATTCTACCAA TCATACATCC GAAGGACACA GTCAATGGGG CTAAATTGTG ATCAAAAAAT AATCCATATT TATATGGATT ATTTAGGAAC ATTCTGTGTT GATCACTTTA ACCTAGGAGA TGACATGGAC CCTGACCTTA AGATCAAGGC TCAGGCTCTC CTAGACAAAA AAGTGAAGGA GATCTCAACA CAAGAGCCTA TAAAGTTA

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