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OrnsA.17282.a: Nucleocapsid

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Nairobi sheep disease virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrnsA.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: Q8JYS4
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
MQNQIVADNK DAILAWHKTY SEKHKLKSVL TNSASFCETI PDLSGYEVSM RLVSSESEKD SVYASALVAA TKFCAPILEC AWTSCTGMIQ RGLDWFDNNG EMVKIWDADY GKLRTEVPSP EQLLGYQRAA LKWRKDTKYG INKNTAALAA AIATEYRVPG SIVVNVKDML SDMIRRRNKI LNRDGSEDVP KRGPVSKEHI DWARDLAQGK FLVVFNPPWG DINKAGKSGI ALAATGMAKL IELDGPKVAE DLKESLKSLV AWINAHKDEV ENGKEVVDGL TKHLQKALEL AKQSSAMRAQ GAQIDTVFSS YYWLWKAGVT AEMFPTVSQF LFELGKVPRG NKKMKKALSS MPLKWGKKLL ALFADDSFTA NRIYMHPGVL TAGRMSELGV CFGAIPVANP DDAAEGSGHI KNILNYKTDT QAGNPCAQNI VALFNIQKAG FDIESMDIVA SEHLLHQSLV GKRSPFQNAY NIRGNATSIQ II

NT Sequence
ATGCAGAACC AGATTGTCGC AGACAACAAG GATGCCATCC TTGCATGGCA CAAAACCTAC AGCGAGAAGC ACAAACTTAA GTCTGTTTTG ACTAATTCAG CTTCTTTCTG TGAAACCATA CCTGATTTGT CAGGATATGA GGTTAGCATG AGGCTTGTTT CATCTGAAAG TGAGAAAGAT TCAGTATATG CTTCTGCCTT GGTTGCTGCA ACTAAGTTCT GTGCTCCTAT CTTAGAGTGC GCCTGGACCA GCTGCACAGG GATGATCCAA CGTGGCCTCG ACTGGTTTGA TAACAACGGA GAGATGGTGA AGATCTGGGA TGCAGATTAT GGGAAACTGA GAACGGAGGT ACCCAGTCCT GAACAGTTAC TAGGTTACCA GAGGGCTGCT CTAAAGTGGA GAAAGGACAC CAAATATGGG ATCAACAAAA ACACAGCGGC ATTGGCTGCT GCAATTGCAA CCGAGTACAG AGTCCCTGGT TCAATTGTAG TAAACGTCAA GGACATGCTA TCCGACATGA TTAGGAGAAG GAACAAAATC CTAAACAGAG ACGGCAGTGA AGACGTTCCA AAGAGGGGAC CTGTCAGCAA AGAGCACATT GACTGGGCCA GAGATCTTGC ACAGGGCAAG TTCCTTGTTG TTTTCAACCC ACCATGGGGT GATATCAACA AGGCAGGGAA GTCAGGAATT GCTCTAGCAG CAACCGGCAT GGCAAAATTG ATAGAGCTGG ACGGTCCCAA AGTTGCAGAG GACTTGAAAG AGTCTCTGAA AAGCCTCGTG GCGTGGATCA ATGCCCACAA GGATGAAGTG GAGAATGGCA AAGAGGTTGT TGACGGTTTG ACCAAGCACC TGCAGAAAGC CCTTGAACTA GCCAAGCAGT CAAGTGCCAT GAGAGCTCAA GGAGCCCAGA TTGACACTGT TTTTAGCAGC TACTACTGGC TTTGGAAGGC AGGTGTGACT GCAGAGATGT TCCCGACAGT CTCACAGTTT CTCTTTGAGC TAGGCAAGGT GCCCAGAGGG AACAAAAAAA TGAAGAAAGC ACTGTCAAGC ATGCCTCTGA AATGGGGAAA GAAATTACTT GCACTCTTTG CTGATGATAG CTTCACTGCC AATCGGATTT ACATGCACCC TGGAGTCTTG ACAGCGGGAA GAATGTCGGA GCTTGGCGTT TGCTTTGGGG CAATTCCAGT GGCCAATCCT GATGATGCAG CTGAGGGTTC AGGTCATATC AAGAACATAC TGAACTACAA GACTGACACC CAGGCTGGTA ACCCCTGTGC CCAGAACATC GTTGCCTTGT TCAACATTCA AAAAGCAGGC TTCGACATTG AGAGCATGGA CATAGTTGCC TCAGAGCATC TGCTGCATCA GTCACTTGTT GGAAAGAGGT CCCCTTTTCA GAATGCCTAC AACATCCGAG GGAATGCCAC CAGTATCCAA ATCATC

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