nucleoprotein


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any of several substances found in the nuclei of all living cells

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Derivation of the nucleoproteins (NP) of influenza A viruses isolated from marine mammals.
Specifically, naproxen blocks the RNA binding groove of the nucleoprotein, preventing formation of the ribonucleoprotein complex, thus taking the vital nucleoproteins out of circulation.
Nonpathologic cells in culture have been found to release RNADNA nucleoprotein complexes (20), and we have recently shown that mRNAs can be detected extracellularly in the cultures of a broad range of cancer cell types (11).
In addition, phylogenetic trees constructed with sequences of the polymerase base 1, polymerase base 2, polymerase, nucleoprotein, matrix, and nonstructural genes showed that the A/Pavia/07/2014 strain clustered within the European avian-like SIVs, including H1N1, H1N2 and H3N2 subtypes (online Technical Appendix Figure 1, http://wwwnc.
She has authored more than sixty scientific publications and edited a book on measles virus nucleoprotein.
The sequences of the polymerase basic (PB) 1, nucleoprotein (NP), matrix 1 and 2, and nonstructural (NS) 1 proteins were similar to the prototype sequence of A Donglim3/14; however, the matrix protien had no changes, and the PB1, NP, and NS1 genes had 1 aa change each.
This is a USDA-licensed test for Avian Influenza Type A nucleoprotein antigen in chickens, turkeys and ducks.
Cells not only release DNA but have specialized receptors for these nucleoprotein complexes as well.
Matrix protein 1 (M1) and nucleoprotein (NP) are regions that remain constant among mutating strains of the virus, including the avian (H5N1) and swine (H1N1) flu virus.
4 H5 plus 4 other Eurasian genes (polymerase acidic protein subunit, matrix protein, polymerase basic protein subunit [PB] 2, nonstructural protein) and 3 North American wild bird lineage genes (neuraminidase [NA], nucleoprotein, PB1) (5).
Vical's trivalent vaccine contains the H5 plasmid plus separate plasmids encoding consensus sequences of two highly conserved influenza virus proteins: nucleoprotein (NP) and ion channel protein (M2).
Two peptides derived from the virus nucleoprotein and one peptide from the viral polymerase were present on cells infected by three different influenza strains.
This test used RT-PCR and real-time RT-PCR to detect Ebola virus nucleoprotein and polymerase genes and ruled out Ebola virus disease.
Atomic force microscopy of nucleoprotein complexes.
NP, or nucleoprotein, is highly conserved across human and animal strains, while M2e, the extracellular domain of the matrix 2 protein, is conserved but with some variations among species.