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OrpuA.17280.a: Nucleocapsid protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Puumala virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrpuA.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: A4F2P8
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
MSDLTDIQEE ITRHEQQLVV ARQKLKDAER AVEVYPDDVN KNTLQARQQT VSALEDKLAD YKRRMADAVS RKKMDTKPTD PTGIEPDDHL KERSSLRYGN VLDVNAIDIE EPSGQTADWY TIGVYVIGFT IPIILKALYM LSTRGRQTVK ENKGTRIRFK DDTSFEDING IRRPKHLYVS MPTAQSTMKA EELTPGRFRT IVCGLFPTQI QVRNIMSPVM GVIGFSFFVK DWPEKIREFM EKECPFIKPE VKPGTPAQEV EFLKRNRVYF MTRQDVLDKN HVADIDKLID YAASGDPTSP DDIESPNAPW VFACAPDRCP PTCIYVAGMA ELGAFFSILQ DMRNTIMASK TVGTAEEKLK KKSSFYQSYL RRTQSMGIQL DQRIILLYML EWGKEMVDHF HLGDDMDPEL RGLAQSLIDQ KVKEISNQEP LKI

NT Sequence
ATGAGTGACT TGACAGACAT CCAAGAGGAG ATAACCCGCC ATGAGCAACA ACTTGTTGTT GCCAGACAAA AACTCAAGGA TGCAGAGAGA GCAGTGGAAG TGTACCCGGA TGACGTTAAC AAGAACACAT TACAAGCAAG ACAACAAACA GTGTCAGCAC TGGAGGATAA ACTCGCAGAC TACAAGAGAA GAATGGCAGA TGCTGTGTCC CGGAAGAAAA TGGATACTAA ACCTACTGAC CCGACTGGGA TTGAACCTGA TGATCATCTC AAGGAGAGAT CAAGCCTTAG ATATGGAAAT GTCCTTGATG TGAATGCTAT TGACATTGAA GAACCAAGTG GCCAGACAGC AGATTGGTAT ACTATCGGAG TCTATGTAAT AGGGTTCACA ATTCCTATCA TTTTGAAGGC TCTATATATG TTGTCAACAC GTGGAAGACA GACTGTAAAG GAAAACAAAG GAACACGGAT CAGGTTCAAG GATGACACAT CATTTGAGGA TATCAATGGC ATCAGGAGAC CAAAACACCT ATATGTATCC ATGCCTACTG CCCAGTCCAC CATGAAAGCT GAAGAACTTA CACCTGGACG GTTCCGTACA ATAGTATGTG GCTTATTCCC TACACAGATA CAAGTTCGTA ACATCATGAG TCCAGTAATG GGAGTGATTG GTTTTTCTTT CTTCGTTAAA GACTGGCCAG AAAAAATTAG GGAGTTTATG GAGAAAGAAT GCCCTTTCAT AAAGCCAGAA GTTAAACCTG GGACACCAGC ACAGGAGGTA GAATTTTTGA AAAGAAATAG AGTTTATTTC ATGACCCGCC AGGATGTTCT TGACAAAAAT CATGTGGCTG ACATCGATAA GTTGATTGAC TATGCTGCCT CTGGTGACCC TACATCGCCT GATGACATCG AATCTCCTAA TGCACCATGG GTATTTGCTT GTGCACCAGA TCGGTGCCCC CCAACATGTA TTTATGTTGC TGGGATGGCT GAATTAGGTG CATTCTTTTC CATCTTACAG GATATGAGGA ACACCATTAT GGCATCTAAA ACTGTGGGCA CAGCAGAAGA GAAACTGAAA AAGAAGTCCT CCTTCTATCA ATCATATTTG CGCCGAACAC AATCAATGGG GATTCAACTT GATCAGAGGA TAATCCTACT GTACATGTTG GAATGGGGAA AAGAAATGGT GGATCATTTC CATCTTGGTG ATGACATGGA TCCTGAGCTA AGGGGCCTTG CTCAGTCACT CATAGACCAG AAGGTAAAAG AGATATCAAA CCAAGAACCC TTAAAGATA

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