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OrtoA.17279.a: Nucleocapsid

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Toscana virus (Tos)
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrtoA.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: A1EC21
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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
MSDENYRDIA LAFLDESADS GTINAWVNEF AYQGFDPKRI VQLVKERGTA KGRDWKKDVK MMIVLNLVRG NKPEAMMKKM SEKGASIVAN LISVYQLKEG NPGRDTITLS RVSAAFVPWT VQALRVLSES LPVSGTTMDA IAGVTYPRAM MHPSFAGIID LDLPNGAGAT IADAHGLFMI EFSKTINPSL RTKQANEVAA TFEKPNMAAM SGRFFTREDK KKLLIAVGII DEDLVLASAV VRSAEKYRAK VGK

NT Sequence
ATGTCAGACG AGAATTATCG CGACATTGCT CTTGCTTTTC TTGATGAGTC TGCAGATTCT GGGACCATCA ATGCATGGGT GAATGAGTTT GCTTATCAAG GGTTTGACCC AAAGCGCATT GTTCAGTTGG TCAAGGAGAG AGGAACGGCA AAGGGCAGGG ACTGGAAGAA AGATGTGAAG ATGATGATTG TGCTGAACCT TGTTAGGGGA AACAAGCCAG AGGCCATGAT GAAGAAGATG TCAGAGAAGG GTGCTTCTAT TGTGGCCAAC CTGATTTCAG TCTATCAGCT GAAAGAAGGG AACCCTGGCA GGGACACCAT CACTCTGTCA AGGGTATCAG CCGCATTTGT TCCGTGGACT GTTCAGGCAC TACGTGTCCT GTCAGAATCC CTGCCTGTGT CTGGAACCAC CATGGATGCC ATTGCTGGTG TGACCTACCC AAGAGCCATG ATGCATCCTA GCTTTGCTGG AATCATTGAT CTGGATCTTC CGAATGGGGC TGGGGCCACC ATTGCTGATG CTCATGGGCT ATTCATGATT GAGTTCTCAA AGACCATAAA TCCATCTCTG AGAACAAAAC AGGCTAATGA AGTGGCTGCC ACATTTGAAA AGCCCAACAT GGCCGCCATG AGTGGACGGT TCTTCACCAG AGAAGACAAG AAGAAGCTGC TCATAGCAGT GGGGATCATT GATGAGGATC TTGTTCTGGC GTCTGCAGTG GTGAGGAGTG CTGAGAAGTA TCGCGCTAAG GTTGGCAAG

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