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OrkuA.17282.a: Nucleocapsid

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Kupe virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrkuA.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
UniProt: B8PWH3
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
MENQIKANTK KEYDEWFKPY AEKTHLKSVL TNSASFCDAL PDLSIFEVKM GLATDDREKD SIYACAMVEA TKFCAPIYEC GWACCTGMVE NGLKWFDKNK DVIKLWDGKY SDLMKNVPEP EQLVAYQRAA QKWRQDNKFE INQYTRSLTH SVQADYKVPG EYAVEVKEML SDMVRRRNIL LNGNGDDAGK KGPVSREHVN WGRELAAGKF QVVFNPPWGD INKTGRSGIP LAVTSMVKVA ELDGHKRLED IRKTLLDLKK WIEDNKDELE DGKGDELVKT LTKQLADAIE LAKKSSALRA QGAQIDSIFS SYYWAWKAGI TPVTFPTLSQ FLFEMGQGPR GGKKMIKALT NTPLKWGKKI ISLFAEDDFN GNKLYMHPGV LTAGRMSEMG ACFGVVPVSN PEDAVLGSGH SKSLLNYKID TNAGNPCAKE IVQLFRIQKA GFDLDSMDIV ASEHLLHQSL VGKRCHFQNA YKVKGNATNV EIV

NT Sequence
ATGGAGAACC AAATCAAGGC TAATACCAAG AAGGAATATG ATGAGTGGTT TAAGCCATAT GCAGAGAAGA CTCACCTGAA GTCAGTGTTA ACAAACTCTG CATCCTTCTG TGATGCCTTG CCCGATCTTT CAATATTTGA AGTAAAAATG GGCCTTGCTA CAGATGATAG AGAAAAGGAC TCCATCTACG CATGTGCAAT GGTAGAGGCA ACAAAATTCT GTGCTCCAAT ATATGAGTGT GGCTGGGCTT GTTGCACTGG AATGGTTGAA AATGGTCTCA AGTGGTTTGA CAAAAACAAA GATGTGATCA AGCTTTGGGA TGGCAAGTAC TCTGACCTAA TGAAGAATGT GCCTGAACCT GAGCAGCTGG TTGCCTACCA GAGAGCAGCA CAAAAATGGA GACAGGACAA TAAATTTGAG ATTAACCAGT ACACCAGGTC TCTGACACAC TCTGTGCAGG CTGACTACAA GGTTCCTGGT GAATATGCAG TGGAAGTAAA AGAAATGCTG TCTGACATGG TGAGAAGAAG GAACATACTA CTAAATGGCA ATGGAGATGA CGCAGGTAAA AAAGGACCTG TCTCCAGAGA ACATGTGAAC TGGGGTAGAG AGTTAGCTGC AGGAAAGTTT CAGGTTGTCT TTAACCCACC CTGGGGTGAC ATCAACAAGA CAGGAAGGTC AGGCATACCA CTAGCAGTAA CATCAATGGT AAAAGTTGCT GAACTTGATG GGCATAAACG GTTGGAAGAC ATCAGAAAGA CTCTCCTCGA TCTAAAGAAA TGGATAGAGG ACAACAAAGA CGAGCTGGAA GATGGCAAGG GTGATGAACT GGTCAAGACA CTCACAAAGC AACTGGCTGA TGCCATTGAA CTTGCTAAGA AATCCAGTGC CTTGAGAGCA CAAGGGGCTC AAATTGACAG CATCTTTTCG TCTTACTACT GGGCATGGAA GGCTGGGATA ACCCCAGTAA CCTTTCCAAC CCTTTCCCAA TTCCTGTTTG AGATGGGTCA AGGACCAAGA GGTGGAAAAA AGATGATCAA GGCCCTTACC AATACCCCTT TAAAGTGGGG CAAGAAAATT ATTAGTCTTT TTGCAGAGGA TGACTTCAAC GGCAACAAAC TTTACATGCA TCCTGGTGTG TTGACTGCAG GTAGAATGAG TGAGATGGGT GCGTGTTTTG GAGTCGTGCC TGTCTCAAAT CCAGAGGATG CAGTGCTTGG GTCTGGACAT AGTAAAAGCC TCTTGAACTA CAAGATAGAC ACAAATGCAG GTAATCCATG TGCAAAGGAG ATAGTTCAGT TGTTTAGAAT CCAAAAAGCA GGCTTCGATC TTGACAGCAT GGACATTGTG GCTTCTGAAC ATCTCCTGCA TCAATCGTTA GTCGGCAAGA GATGCCATTT TCAGAATGCA TATAAAGTGA AAGGAAATGC CACCAATGTT GAAATCGTT

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