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OrptA.17279.a: Nucleocapsid protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Punta toro phlebovirus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrptA.17279.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: NO_GROUP
UniProt: Q1WDN6
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
MSYEEIAVQF ASESIDEQTV AGWVTDFAYQ GFDAKRVIAL VKDRGGEDWK QDVKKMIVLS LTRGNKPNKM ILKMSDKGKA MVNELVLKYK LKSGNPSRDD LTLSRITAAF AGWTCQAADY VQEYLPVTGR AMDAISSSYP RAMMHPSFAG LIDQELPADV FSEITQAHCL FMIQFSKTIN PSLRGLSKDE IVSSFERPMQ AAISSTFLTS ANRRAMLKTL GIINDNLKPS SSTVSAAKVF RSL

NT Sequence
ATGTCATACG AAGAGATTGC CGTTCAGTTT GCCTCTGAGT CTATAGATGA GCAAACTGTT GCCGGTTGGG TGACTGATTT TGCTTATCAA GGATTTGATG CGAAGAGGGT GATAGCTCTT GTGAAAGATC GTGGAGGTGA GGACTGGAAG CAGGATGTCA AGAAGATGAT TGTTCTCTCT CTTACTAGAG GCAACAAGCC AAACAAAATG ATTCTTAAAA TGTCAGACAA GGGCAAGGCA ATGGTGAATG AGCTCGTGTT AAAATACAAG CTCAAATCTG GAAACCCTTC TCGAGATGAC TTGACTCTTT CCAGAATCAC TGCTGCTTTT GCTGGTTGGA CATGTCAGGC TGCTGATTAT GTCCAGGAGT ACTTGCCAGT GACTGGCAGA GCCATGGATG CCATATCCAG CAGTTATCCT AGGGCGATGA TGCATCCCAG CTTTGCTGGA CTGATTGACC AAGAGCTTCC AGCAGATGTG TTCTCTGAGA TAACTCAAGC TCACTGCTTG TTCATGATCC AATTCTCAAA GACTATCAAC CCCTCACTGA GAGGTTTGAG TAAGGATGAA ATTGTCTCCA GCTTTGAGCG ACCAATGCAA GCTGCAATCA GCAGTACATT TTTAACTTCT GCCAATAGAA GAGCAATGTT GAAGACTCTT GGGATCATAA ATGATAACCT AAAGCCCTCA TCTTCAACTG TGAGTGCTGC AAAAGTCTTC AGATCCCTC

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