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OrseA.17280.a: Nucleocapsid protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Seoul virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrseA.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: Q5XM25
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
MATMEEIQRE ISAHEGQLVI ARQKVKDAEK QYEKDPDDFN KRALHDRESV AASIQSKIDE LKRQLADRIA AGKNIGQDRD PTGVEPGDHL KERSALSYGN TLDLNSLDID EPTGQTADWL TIIVYLTSFV VPIILKALYM LTTRGRQTSK DNKGMRIRFK DDSSYEDVNG IRKPKHLYVS MPNAQSSMKA EEITPGRFRT AVCGLYPAQI KARNMVSPVM SVVGFLALAK DWTSRIEEWL GAPCKFMAES PIAGSLSGNP VNRDYIRQRQ GALAGMEPKE FQALRQHAKD AGCTLVEHIE SPSSIWVFAG APDRCPPTCL FVGGMAELGA FFSILQDMRN TIMASKTEGT ADEKLRKKSS FYQSYLRRQQ SMGIQLDQRI IVMFMVAWGK EAVDNFHLGD DMDPELRSLA QILIDQKVKE ISNQEPMKL

NT Sequence
ATGGCAACTA TGGAAGAAAT CCAGAGAGAA ATCAGTGCTC ACGAGGGGCA GCTTGTGATA GCACGCCAGA AGGTCAAGGA TGCAGAAAAG CAGTATGAGA AGGATCCTGA TGACTTTAAC AAGAGGGCAC TGCATGATCG GGAGAGTGTC GCAGCTTCAA TACAATCAAA AATTGATGAA TTGAAGCGCC AACTTGCCGA CAGGATTGCA GCAGGGAAGA ACATCGGGCA AGACCGGGAT CCTACAGGGG TAGAGCCGGG TGATCATCTC AAGGAAAGAT CAGCACTAAG CTATGGGAAT ACACTGGACC TGAATAGTCT TGACATTGAT GAACCTACAG GACAGACAGC TGATTGGTTG ACCATAATTG TCTATCTAAC ATCATTTGTG GTCCCGATCA TCTTGAAGGC ACTGTACATG TTAACAACAA GAGGTAGGCA GACTTCAAAG GACAACAAGG GGATGAGGAT TAGATTCAAG GATGACAGCT CATATGAGGA TGTCAATGGA ATCAGAAAGC CCAAACATCT GTATGTGTCA ATGCCAAATG CCCAATCCAG CATGAAAGCT GAAGAGATAA CACCTGGAAG ATTCCGCACA GCAGTATGCG GGCTATATCC TGCACAGATA AAGGCAAGGA ACATGGTAAG CCCTGTCATG AGTGTAGTTG GGTTTTTGGC ACTGGCAAAA GACTGGACAT CTAGAATTGA AGAATGGCTT GGCGCACCTT GCAAGTTCAT GGCGGAATCT CCCATTGCCG GGAGTTTATC TGGGAATCCT GTGAATCGTG ACTATATCAG ACAGAGACAA GGTGCACTTG CAGGAATGGA GCCAAAGGAA TTTCAAGCCC TCAGGCAACA TGCAAAGGAT GCTGGATGTA CACTGGTTGA ACATATTGAG TCACCATCGT CAATATGGGT GTTTGCTGGG GCCCCTGACA GGTGTCCACC AACATGCTTG TTTGTCGGAG GGATGGCTGA GTTAGGTGCC TTCTTTTCTA TCCTTCAGGA TATGAGGAAC ACAATCATGG CTTCAAAAAC TGAGGGCACA GCTGATGAAA AGCTTCGAAA GAAATCATCA TTCTATCAAT CATACCTCAG ACGCCAACAA TCAATGGGGA TACAACTGGA CCAGAGGATA ATTGTTATGT TTATGGTTGC CTGGGGAAAG GAGGCAGTGG ACAACTTTCA TCTTGGTGAT GACATGGACC CAGAGCTTCG TAGCCTGGCT CAGATCCTGA TTGACCAGAA AGTGAAGGAA ATCTCAAACC AGGAACCTAT GAAATTA

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