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PhriA.17794.a: Nucleoprotein

Target Characteristics

from organism: Phlebovirus Rift valley fever virus
most recent status: target approved
center reference id: PhriA.17794.a
is community request: True
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 2
is select agent: False
NIH priority
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IIIA

Ordering Clones & Proteins

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External Resources

Resource Reference ID
OrthoMCL: NO_GROUP
RefSeq: YP_003848707.1
UniProt: A2SZX3
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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
MDNYQELAIQ FAAQAVDRNE IEQWVREFAY QGFDARRVIE LLKQYGGADW EKDAKKMIVL ALTRGNKPRR MMMKMSKEGK ATVEALINKY KLKEGNPSRD ELTLSRVAAA LAGWTCQALV VLSEWLPVTG TTMDGLSPAY PRHMMHPSFA GMVDPSLPGD YLRAILDAHS LYLLQFSRVI NPNLRGRTKE EVAATFTQPM NAAVNSNFIS HEKRREFLKA FGLVDSNGKP SAAVMAAAQA YKTAA

NT Sequence
atggacaact atcaagagct tgcgatccag tttgctgctc aagcagtgga ccgcaatgag attgaacagt gggtccgaga gtttgcttat caagggtttg atgcccgtag agttatcgaa ctcttaaagc agtatggtgg ggctgactgg gagaaggatg ccaagaaaat gattgttctg gctctaactc gtggcaacaa gcccaggagg atgatgatga aaatgtcgaa agaaggcaaa gcaactgtgg aggctctcat caacaagtat aagctaaagg aagggaatcc ttcccgggat gagttgactc tatcacgagt tgctgccgcc ctggctggct ggacatgcca ggctttggtc gtcttgagtg agtggcttcc tgtcactggg actaccatgg acggcctatc ccctgcatac ccaaggcata tgatgcaccc cagctttgct ggcatggtgg atccttctct accaggagac tatctaaggg caatattaga tgctcactct ctgtatctgc tgcagttctc ccgggtcatc aacccaaacc tccgaggtag aacaaaagag gaggttgctg caacgttcac gcagccaatg aatgcagcag tgaatagcaa ctttataagc catgagaaga ggagagaatt cttgaaagcc tttggacttg tggattctaa tgggaagccg tcagctgctg tcatggcagc cgctcaggct tacaagacag cagcctaa

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