VP1

AcronymDefinition
VP1Viral Protein 1
VP1Virion Protein 1 (virology)
VP1Viviparous-1 Gene
VP1Vitelline Protein 1 (biology)
VP1Viral Polypeptide 1
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Framework agreement Maintenance work on conveyors BER + SXF VP1.1
Maximum-likelihood-based analysis revealed the estimates of mean dN:dS values were 0.0465 for VP1 and 0.0428 for complete coding regions, suggesting that EV-A71 subgenogroup B5 evolution was driven by strong negative selection, which supports previous reports (6,12).
This virus has single-stranded, positive sense, 8400 base pairs (bp) long genome that is surrounded by small non enveloped capsid made up of four structural proteins (VP1,VP2,VP3 and VP4) (Belsham 2005; Carrillo et al., 2005).
7,714,122 for kits including VP1 and VP3 nucleic acid molecules for detecting and identifying enteroviruses; U.S.
Pallansch, "Molecular evolution of the human enteroviruses: correlation of serotype with VP1 sequence and application to picornavirus classification," Journal of Virology, vol.
The membranes were then incubated with the following primary antibodies: Anti-Norovirus capsid protein VP1 antibodies (ab92976, 1:500; Abcam, UK); phospho-NF-[kappa]B/p65 (S536) rabbit anti-bodies (3013, 1:1000; CST, USA); b-actin mouse monoclonal antibodies (A1978, 1:3000; Sigma Aldrich, USA) in blocking buffer overnight at 4[degrees]C.
Genotyping of enteroviruses isolated in Kenya from pediatric patients using partial VP1 region.
As all SVGA cells, being SV40 transformed, permanently express SV40 LT, we used expression of the JCPyV major capsid protein VP1 as a marker for JCPyV infection of SVG-A cells.
To date, the proteins VP0, VP1, VP3, [L.sup.pro], 2B, 3A, and 3[C.sup.pro] have been reported to play roles in inhibiting or evading the host innate immune system [5-13].
En el 2002, Costa-Mattioli y colaboradores, con base en la secuencia completa de 900 nucleotidos de la proteina VP1, reportaron una nueva clasificacion, de seis genotipos (I-VI) y seis subgenotipos (IA, IB, IIA, IIB, IIIA y IIIB), con un porcentaje de variabilidad nucleotidica de aproximadamente 15% entre los genotipos y 7% entre los subgenotipos (18,22,23,50).