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OrtuA.17280.a: Nucleocapsid protein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Orthobunyavirus Tula virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: OrtuA.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
RefSeq: NP_942125.1
UniProt: Q88918
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
MSQLKEIQEE ITRHEQQIVI ARQKLKDVEK TVEADPDDVN KSTLQSRRAA VSALEDKLAD FKRQLADLVS SQKMGEKPVD PTGLEPDDHL KERSSLRYGN VLDVNAIDID EPSGQTADWF SIGQYITGFA LAIILKALYM LSTRGRQTIK ENKGTRIRFK DDSSYEEING IRRPKHLYVS MPTAQSTMKA DELTPGRFRT IVCGLFPAQI MYRNIISPVM GVIGFSFFVK DWPEKIEEFL IKPCPFLKKS GPSKEEDFLV SNDAYLLGRE KALRESHLAE IDDLIDLAAS GDPTPPDSIK SPQAPWVFAC RPDRCPPTCI YIAGMAELGA FFSILQDMRN TIMASKTVGT AEEKLKKKSS FYQSYLRRTQ SMGIQLDQRI ILLFMTEWGS DIVNHFHLGD DMDPELRTLA QSLIDQKVKE ISNQEPLKI

NT Sequence
ATGAGCCAAC TCAAAGAAAT ACAAGAGGAA ATCACCCGCC ATGAACAGCA AATTGTCATT GCCCGGCAAA AACTTAAAGA TGTAGAAAAG ACGGTGGAAG CCGACCCGGA TGATGTTAAC AAGAGCACAC TACAGAGTAG ACGGGCAGCT GTGTCAGCAT TGGAGGACAA ACTGGCAGAC TTCAAGAGGC AGCTTGCAGA TCTGGTGTCA AGTCAAAAAA TGGGTGAAAA GCCTGTTGAC CCGACTGGGC TTGAGCCGGA TGATCACCTC AAGGAGAGAT CAAGCCTTCG ATATGGAAAT GTCCTTGATG TGAATGCTAT TGACATCGAT GAGCCAAGTG GACAGACAGC AGATTGGTTT TCTATCGGCC AGTACATTAC AGGCTTTGCA CTTGCAATAA TCTTGAAGGC ATTGTATATG CTGTCAACTA GAGGGAGGCA AACAATCAAG GAAAATAAGG GGACAAGAAT CCGGTTTAAG GATGACAGCT CATATGAAGA AATCAATGGC ATTAGACGCC CGAAACATCT GTATGTGTCT ATGCCAACAG CCCAGTCTAC CATGAAAGCC GATGAATTGA CACCAGGTAG GTTTAGAACA ATTGTTTGTG GACTCTTTCC TGCTCAAATT ATGTACAGAA ACATCATAAG TCCTGTCATG GGTGTGATTG GATTTTCTTT TTTCGTTAAA GATTGGCCTG AAAAGATTGA GGAGTTCCTT ATTAAACCCT GCCCATTCCT GAAGAAAAGT GGTCCTAGTA AGGAAGAAGA TTTTCTTGTG AGTAATGATG CTTACCTTTT AGGACGTGAA AAGGCATTAA GGGAGTCACA CCTTGCTGAG ATAGATGACT TGATTGACCT TGCAGCTTCA GGAGACCCAA CACCACCAGA CTCTATAAAG TCACCACAAG CACCATGGGT GTTTGCTTGT CGACCAGACA GGTGCCCTCC TACATGCATC TATATAGCAG GGATGGCAGA GTTGGGAGCA TTTTTTTCCA TTCTGCAGGA CATGAGGAAC ACGATTATGG CATCCAAAAC TGTGGGCACA GCAGAGGAAA AATTGAAGAA AAAATCCTCA TTCTATCAGT CATATCTGAG ACGCACTCAA TCTATGGGAA TACAACTGGA TCAAAGAATT ATCTTGCTAT TTATGACAGA GTGGGGTTCT GATATTGTCA ACCACTTCCA TCTGGGTGAT GATATGGACC CTGAGCTCAG AACACTTGCA CAAAGTCTCA TTGATCAGAA GGTCAAAGAG ATTTCAAACC AGGAACCGCT AAAAATC

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