nucleocapsid


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nucleocapsid

[¦nü·klē·ō′kap·səd]
(virology)
The nucleic acid of a virus and its surrounding capsid.
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However, the flaviviruses are also assembled in the (endoplasmic reticulum) ER with concurrent assembly of the nucleocapsid RNA/C structure [42].
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Longitudinal profile of immunoglobulin G (IgG), IgM, and IgA antibodies against the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus nucleocapsid protein in patients with pneumonia due to the SARS coronavirus.
Diagnosis of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) by detection of SARS corona-virus nucleocapsid antibodies in an antigen-capturing enzyme linked immunosorbent assay.
To confirm the data generated by the SARSPo11 RT-PCR system, we used another real-time RT-PCR system (SARSN) targeting the nucleocapsid gene of the SARS-CoV genome to repeat the serum analysis.
An immunodominant CD4+ T cell site on the nucleocapsid protein of murine coronavirus contributes to protection against encephalomyelitis.
amino acids MSU-1 No22 WD1127 WD1133 ORF1a NA NA 4,018 4,006 ORF1a/b NA NA 6,682 6,670 Spike 1,457 1,435 1,438 1,429 ORF3C 83 247 247 69 E 82 82 82 82 M 263 265 268 268 N 374 374 376 376 ORF7a NI NI 98 98 ORF3X 14 74 73 73 ORF7b 204 202 204 204 * E, envelope protein; FrCOV, ferret Coronavirus; M, membrane protein; MCoV, mink Coronavirus; N, nucleocapsid protein; NI, protein not identified; NA, sequence not available; ORF, open reading frame.
Characterization of puumala virus nucleocapsid protein identification of B-cell epitopes and domains involved in protective immunity.
Phylogenetic analysis of Puumala virus subtype Bavaria, characterization and diagnostic use of its recombinant nucleocapsid protein.
This improvement is primarily attributable to the fact that heat treatment results in aggregation of the target nucleocapsid protein.
The 3 nucleocapsid protein-encoding nucleotide sequences showed identities of 98.2%-99.8%, and the 3 deduced nucleocapsid protein amino acid sequences showed identities of 99.8%-100% (online Technical Appendix Table).
Critical epitopes in the nucleocapsid protein of SFTS virus recognized by a panel of SFTS patients derived human monoclonal antibodies.

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