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The One-Step RT-qPCR of System B was performed using the primer pair P-l sense (5'-ACAGGATTGCTGAGGACCTAT-3') and P-2 antisense (5'-CAAGATAACCATGTACGGTGC-3') (769-789 and 1055-1035 nucleotide nucleoprotein position of sense and antisense primers, respectively) described by FRISK et al.
Comparing nucleoprotein genes from strains of the virus isolated in 1968 and 2007, Bloom's team mapped out the most likely steps by which the 1968 protein morphed into its newer form.
Evaluation of single and dual siRNAs targeting rabies virus glycoprotein and nucleoprotein genes for inhibition of virus multiplication in vitro.
Contributions of two nuclear localization signals of influenza A virus nucleoprotein to viral replication.
Keywords: Immunomodulation Immune suppression lymphoproliferation Nucleoprotein SLAM Morbillivirus PPRV
Previous attempts to target nucleoprotein for protection were not effective.
The screening performed by Hayhurst and assistant Laura Jo Sherwood guided the selection of llama antibodies recognizing a polymer hiding within Ebola called nucleoprotein (NP).
Influenza viruses are divided into 3 types (A, B, and C) based on the 2 major core proteins, the nucleoprotein and the matrix protein.
These tests are typically immunochromatographic assays that detect specific influenza viral nucleoprotein antigens in respiratory specimens and provide qualitative results (positive or negative) in 10 to 30 minutes.
durch Gunther Teubner Structural studies of large Hideaki TANAKA and Tomitake nucleoprotein particles, vaults TSUKIHARA Communicated by Shigekazu NAGATA, M.
Structural studies of large nucleoprotein particles, vaults Hideaki TANAKA and Tomitake TSUKIHARA Communicated by Shigekazu NAGATA, M.
Chromosomes have nucleoprotein caps called telomeres that tend to shorten with age, a process that has been linked to increasing risk of cancer and death.