SARS-CoV-2 Membrane Protein (M Protein)

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Description

The SARS-CoV-2 membrane protein (M Protein) is the most abundantly expressed Coronavirus structural protein in host cells, and mediates viral assembly via interactions with other viral proteins.  It is largely responsible for the morphology or shape of the viral envelope.

Expression products available for SARS-CoV-2 M Protein:

  • M Protein Lentiviral Vector
  • M Protein Lentivirus
  • M Protein AAV Vector
  • M Protein AAV
  • M Protein Adenovirus
  • M Protein ORF Vector
  • M Protein Protein Vector
  • M Protein Recombinant Protein
SKUCOV007
Gene NameSARS-CoV-2 Membrane Protein (M Protein)
Insert Size

666bp
atggcagatt ccaacggtac tattaccgtt gaagagctta aaaagctcct tgaacaatgg aacctagtaa taggtttcct attccttaca tggatttgtc ttctacaatt tgcctatgcc aacaggaata ggtttttgta tataattaag ttaattttcc tctggctgtt atggccagta actttagctt gttttgtgct tgctgctgtt tacagaataa attggatcac cggtggaatt gctatcgcaa tggcttgtct tgtaggcttg atgtggctca gctacttcat tgcttctttc agactgtttg cgcgtacgcg ttccatgtgg tcattcaatc cagaaactaa cattcttctc aacgtgccac tccatggcac tattctgacc agaccgcttc tagaaagtga actcgtaatc ggagctgtga tccttcgtgg acatcttcgt attgctggac accatctagg acgctgtgac atcaaggacc tgcctaaaga aatcactgtt gctacatcac gaacgctttc ttattacaaa ttgggagctt cgcagcgtgt agcaggtgac tcaggttttg ctgcatacag tcgctacagg attggcaact ataaattaaa cacagaccat tccagtagca gtgacaatat tgctttgctt gtacag

Accession NumberMT385497.1
SpeciesSARS-CoV-2
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