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BUNVsLgp1  -  L protein

Bunyamwera virus

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Disease relevance of BUNVsLgp1


High impact information on BUNVsLgp1


Biological context of BUNVsLgp1

  • The amino-terminal 46 amino acids of the L protein show strong homology (63% identity) with the amino-termini of ORFs predicted from limited sequence analysis of the L segments of La Crosse and snowshoe hare bunyaviruses [6].
  • Site-specific mutations were made in the L cDNA-containing plasmid to change certain amino acids in the putative polymerase domain of the L protein [5].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of BUNVsLgp1


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