Porcine data

Porcine PRRSv genomic data inclusive of Babesia

The mutation of PRRSv has included an alignment inclusive of Babesia.
With this finding, several avenues of understanding the mutation adventure of the pathogen toward mammal are revealed, along with blood -lung seceptability and a larger control target, as regards pathogenisis, premised from alignment observation.
An extremely short target, with implication in origin via immune response in cattle, this problematic viral conservation has unusual multispecies determinants. Premised origin with typical arthropod determinant could be shown multispecieis as regards influenza origin.

With a secondary selkov in place, the alignment favoring sus scrofa over primate, indicates a
pathogen attack via bat mutation adventure toward porcine species.
data below:
XP_006917177 1 MSAESVGQG–LGPRPGPGSGS-ESEPLCPEHGQALRWFCCSERRPVCAACAELGGRCQGHRIRPAQERAEELRNKIVDQ 77 XP_003353665 1 MSAESSGPGPETGPEPGSETGSPQPGPLCPEHGQALSWFCCSERRPVCAACAGLDGRCQGHRIRRAEERAEELRNKIVDQ 80 XP_006917177 78 CERLQLQSASITKYVTEVLPGKNQGVVSTASAVRELVIQRLGLVRSLCETEEQRLLERVHGEEERAHQSILTQRVHWAEA 157 XP_003353665 81 CERLQLQSATITKYVADVLPGKNQRAVSRASAARELVIQRLGLVRSLCESEEQRLLEQVHGEEERAHQSILTQRVHWAEA 160 XP_006917177 158 LQKLDAIRTSLVDMLTHVDDLQLIQKEQEIFERTEEAEGILDPQESKKLNFNEKCARSPLLTQLWATAVFGSLSGTEDVR 237 XP_003353665 161 LQKLDTIRTSLVDMLTHLDDLQLIQKEQEIFER———————————————– 193 XP_006917177 238 IDEKTVSPFLQLSDDRRTLTFNAKKSKSRADGPERFDHWPNALATTSFLAGMHVWMVNVQNSCAYKVGVALGQLPRKGSG 317 XP_003353665 ——————————————————————————– XP_006917177 318 SDSRLGHNTFSWVFSRYDQEFCFSHNGQHEPLGLLRCPAQLGVLLDLQAQELLFYEPASGMVLHTHRACFPGPLFPVFAV 397 XP_003353665 ——————————————————————————– XP_006917177 398 ADQTISVVH 406 XP_003353665 ———

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Index case studies

Modeling the index case in viral pathogen by Mark McGary Mar 2014

Premise of an index case species identification via protein residue has gone unremarked for time frames of epochs as epidemic age in man and animal host has unfolded. Data now exists to observation which alters this viewpoint in the study of disease.
New molecular methods via blast challenge and cobalt comparasion now reveal complex model specific observations as data. Among those observed findings, influenza was the most difficult reach in large challenge. However, as an index case, the index species H1N1 s named and awaits humoral assay for antibody identifiers as a proto species identified. I premise the eradication of influenza as a potential from these study. A V cell 5 graphic with molecular weight labels is available as a public view to begin that interface. *e telafari, the mammal in indexx case of influenza, the author regards as having been defined for suitable antibody complement to prove the index selection. Also, the british team has identifed it’s species defindition as the close evolvment with bat. The Chile team, describing it’s olfactory pathway with elegance. *1
Ten additional species are selected. A larger number was considered but I understand the need for certain brevity in data as an introduction. A complex and problematic pathogen….Madura m, is demonstrated as a eucaryote to contrast method. Addative to that specific is the fact early notes and research observation include mycetoma (madura m), involvement with zinc finger domain observed in Treponema pallidum (nichols). See RTP 00180.
That much remains, is typical of research…however the initial premise of influenza to my personal satisfaction can be regarded as preliminary and I describe the selection of the ten additional species and the selection process in brief.*(Expanded to thirty) The Rota data as an example of the interconnection in bacterial -viral residue, not immediate or easily defined via blast process in use, is the first viewpoint the observer should consider, and with that grasp of underlying and exposed view, move to observations available here in.
The exacting process of mining the true character of viral build is data specific and method…an outlier. The ten viral forms selected and remarks of which I hope to teach the observer….. method. The eucaroyatic notes and species collected as preliminary data, refine viewpoint and technique. As I have been working with the flavivaridae, those groupings emerge, but method is clear to continue towards other points of protein interest in additional sets. Rota 6 was spectacular to demonstrate staphococci origin in short motief. additional to taylorella e. Very useful to consider compound design.
Of particular emphasis in Bunyaviridae is the Phaeobacter inhibens DSM 17395 intersection observed below. And continued intersection from observation. Think of the set as primer towards viral origin.

The set includes:
1. Ross. Research notes and a premised zoonosis, vector from residues. Large fruit bat, biting mouthpart

2. Mumps: Preliminary data
3. Bat Corona study. Notes available. Strong correspondance with SARS. Study in progress.
Assets from Africa counted upon in this group of data.
4. West Nile
5. HIV- Notes on glycoprotein : Observed intersection in bacilli and cocci species by addative high mole weight identifiers. Principal Investigator Thyenmed premises conservation from the spyrochete is creating latency in host as post retroviral source of viral load post therapy artifact.
6. PV1- Notes
7. Bovine.
8. Rift valley: Strong link to WP_003980913.1
acetyltransferase [Streptomyces rimosus] >gb|ELQ83404.1| acetyltransferase [Streptomyces rimosus subsp. rimosus ATCC 10970] XP_001686867.1
conserved hypothetical protein [Leishmania major strain Friedlin] >emb|CAJ09250.1| conserved hypothetical protein [Leishmania major strain Friedlin] YP_004887349.1
putative chromate transport protein [Tetragenococcus halophilus NBRC 12172] >ref|WP_014125227.1| chromate transporter [Tetragenococcus halophilus] >dbj|BAK95185.1| putative chromate transport protein [Tetragenococcus halophilus NBRC 12172] YP_002753709.1
glucose-1-phosphate cytidylyltransferase [Acidobacterium capsulatum ATCC 51196] >ref|WP_015895766.1| glucose-1-phosphate cytidylyltransferase [Acidobacterium capsulatum] >gb|ACO32002.1| glucose-1-phosphate cytidylyltransferase [Acidobacterium capsulatum ATCC 51196]
Subsequent observation of:hypothetical protein PGA1_c09870 [Phaeobacter inhibens DSM 17395]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_006572425.1|Length: 150Number of Matches: 1
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Related Information
Gene-associated gene details
Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 102 to 126GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Identities Positives Gaps
31.6 bits(67) 30 14/30(47%) 16/30(53%) 9/30(30%)
Query 1 WLLSNYCHMDTVHDDSGKRDIL—-DCLP 26
W ++ H TVH D GKR L DCLP
Sbjct 102 W—DFSHRATVHTDNGKR–LRIPPDCLP 126

Selklov from mid gene: Data sent off to Dr. Rabus. DE.
9. ( 2/20/2014) Herpes virus:mskkclrlfp wmtilfcipk aqhwnymtip cvlkigrggq nmslpplnns lygndifqwy tdrptvtntl clyqnneyyt qsnedisnik wqctknhtli linlnatysr nyyfqslktl gqgiprpssl cynvsvhlth qthchtttls lypptpvhns ltispslast nfthvavhha agnveaqhnt atphttwiip lviiitiiil icfkfpqkaw nkftqyryns mlaaa

AAH00907.2 VANGL1 protein [Homo sapiens] >gb|EAW56633.1| hCG1747659 [Homo sapiens] >dbj|BAG35023.1| unnamed protein product [Homo sapiens]
AAF59980.1 ORFR1 [Rhesus monkey rhadinovirus H26-95]
NP_570744.1 R1 [Macacine herpesvirus 5] >gb|AAD21330.1| R1 [Macaca mulatta rhadinovirus 17577]

Alignments Select All Mouse over the sequence identifer for sequence title
&View Format: [?] Conservation Setting: [?]
Available multiple sequence alignment views:
Expanded: This view shows residue conservation: red for conserved residues, blue for columns with no gaps. Gray is for columns containing gaps. Where less than 50% of the sequences contain gaps, they are shown in gray uppercase, greater than 50% will be gray lowercase.
Compact: This view is similar to Expanded, but the unaligned columns are compressed into the bracket form: [x], where x denotes the number of residues for a sequence in the unaligned range.
Plain Text: Simple text with gaps (traditional COBALT view).
Multiple sequence alignment columns with no gaps are colored in blue or red. The red color indicates highly conserved columns and blue indicates less conserved ones. The Conservation Setting can be used to select a threshold for determining which columns are colored in red.

Numerical setting: The number is the relative entropy threshold, in bits, that must be met for an alignment column to be displayed in red. A larger number indicates higher degree of conservation. The relative entropy is computed as: ∑i fi log2 ( fi / pi), where i is residue type, fi is residue frequency observed in the multiple alignment column, and pi is the background residue frequency.
Identity setting: Only columns with one residue type will be colored in red.
AAH00907 1 —MTLSNALCMCAHPLTPLLLHTLHKW——–YSILCH—-CKNQNWLWIFVIHLYLKK—————- 49
AAF59980 1 MFVLVLFMLLQPVSVELLPAKLTSVPTWCPPHPGDTYLLTCRGTSTARDQRSTQWFRNNTLMRGSNFYGRLVSVTPNATI 80
NP_570744 1 MFVLVLFMLLQPVSVELLPAKLTSVPTWCPPHPGDTYLLTCRGTSTARDQRSTQWFRNNTLMRGSNFYGRLVSVTPNATI 80

AAH00907 ——————————————————————————–
AAF59980 81 SDRYACQTKTTTRSNNIDFRVSSSRLTLQERCSSYGYTYANNTRVLRCYSGGNVTLRNVVFHLNGTAVINGTTRNIHTFV 160
NP_570744 81 SDRYACQTKTTTRSNNIDFRVSSSRLTLQERCSSYGYTYANNTRVLRCYSGGNVTLRNVVFHLNGTAVINGTTTNIHTFV 160

AAH00907 ——————————————————————————–
AAF59980 161 LTEKTGGTYFCSAFIGNEKFYSQTINVFFTSFTFKPTNDIPNESHFNKTGQIQQTASVQHPENYVVFSVPVFSIGVLTGI 240
NP_570744 161 LTEKTGGTYFCSAFIGNEKFYSQTINVFFTSFTFKPTNDIPNESHFNKTGQIQQTASVQHPENYVVFSVPVFSIGVLTGI 240

AAH00907 ——————————————————————————–
AAF59980 241 AISLIMCWLFTIRCNENSESSTNSYASQTSYIQPSHNQRSNTNECSRHTYRNAHQEESIEELPNQHTSETDSCCQLVLLE 320
NP_570744 241 AISLIMCWLFTIRCNENSESSTNSYASQTSYIQPSHNQRSNTNECSRHTYRNAHQEESIEELPNQHTSETDSCCQLVLLE 320

AAH00907 ——————————————————————————–
AAF59980 321 VKNVAYDGPQENTINEVMEQYDDVVVENIEQTSYEDNVEHMDYSDTINPNFNYYSGLILEEVDEVFYNELENQYHGLILE 400
NP_570744 321 VKNVAYDGPQENTINEVMEQYDDVVVKNIEQTSYEDNVEHMDYSDTINPNFNYYSGLILEEVDEVFYNELENQYHGLILE 400

AAH00907 ———————–
AAF59980 401 NLDHNEYNHLNELNMIEQYDWLE 423
NP_570744 401 NLDHNEYNHLNELNMIEQYDWLE 423

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2. Amici C., et al. 2006. Herpes simplex virus disrupts NF-kappaB regulation by blocking its recruitment on the IkappaBalpha promoter and directing the factor on viral genes. J. Biol. Chem. 281:7110–7117. [PubMed]

Madura m.
Neisseria gonorrhoeae: Alkso Neisseria mendgiditis subset.

The interested reader should also examine certain preliminary data on the triatoma, of which Chaga’s disease was observed in small preliminary assay. The interesting data there in is of the fauna …hindgut region of arthropod and chinchilla.

That the data is large and complex, is a given. However, I will assign each a chapter heading and append larger infomatic to reference sets and saved search stratagy via NCBI, NIH toolbar.One concept I should make clear…is that viral form is observed comprised of protein and clearly deserves an adequate descriptor in data as to an evolutionary model. Species by species, I will now provide that model individually.
Typical with pathogen, several strong traits of identified residue identifed intersection lies within the thermo, hallophile….subset. Also indicies of aquatic environment. Reducing these particulars lies within the computational asset of the alogrythym sorting of large data…and the growing ability to discern what modality to best sort. Trematode, trypanosome, arthropod mouthpart, and fungal mechanisms…..come forward within view.
For such large goals, certain background research fundamental must be fully eleucated to get to grips with Selkov. That is, the first reasssignment technique used to challenge the blast sorting.
How it came to be used, and observational techniques of molecular weight, are placed as tools.
Protein data has as an underlying condition, values of molecular weight and affinity. The nature of polar, Base, Non Polar, Acid…..are findings available yet unremarked in alogrythymic output. Let me demonstrate conditioning those data pre blast challenge….and the background to that assortment.
Repeated pattern discovery led to the nature of a concept that high mole weight indicators are observed useful in pre challenge assignment to normal paste and execute blast input. I have searched about for the most clear cut example……and it falls within the study of HIV. Let the interested observer submit these exact nomenclature of protein to view result as to species.
Blast n, NCBI, NIH.

Using the Selkov toolbar, assignment to the q73344 envelope glycoprotein an alignment result with multi species involvement determined significance in
Phascolarctobacterium sp and streptococci pneumoniae.

The author observes that while at first glance this might be an artifact of blast determinants multi species, one should consider the origin of the bacilli….that is among feeces. Observing transmission of HIV via homosexual men, the presentation of HIV should be examined in the light of protospecies and subsequently evaluated with a consideration of index case. Unremarkable except for data.

The nature of latencey in HIV, post retroviral therapy, might be considered in origin in the streptococci…as the cocci sheltered protospecies with mutation adventure transitioned by the adapatable phascolarcto bacterium contributing to the mutation adventure. That is, shielded by cocci protein from all outside chemistries…until a condition of growth opens the capsid.

While at first view…a convoluted and mutispecies determinant, there seems to be a promising larger view in considering the index case of HIV.
The cocci – to baccilli = to viral selkov view is remarkable.Using a toolbar designed to adequately describe the Q73351 envelope glycoprotein, the following results are observed.

*HIV
Observed Q73351 protein read from ORF. Notice the start with a high mole identifier.
WGIKQLQARLLAVERYLKDQQLLGIW

Reassortment technique named Selkov –
Blast input at NCBI.
Wgiigklqllqqdakrlllyarvewdke …with “draft” identifiers associated with blast challenge, also postionally observed attached to blast challenge as input in one, two, three or eight draft mode.

Observed Blast result via allignment: Phascolarcto bacterium sp.

WRLLLYARVEWDK

Stretococci pneumoniae

LLLYKRIVEWDKD SEE YP_003880319.1

Here are some interesting results. A direct observational involvement of HIV protein, via Selkov, to which a very short identification is observed in a bacillius and cocci.

For Instance a blast challenge of exactly LLLYKRIVEWDKD…..TO NCBI,NIH toolbar results in output data of *Streptococci pneumoniae.

If the draft identifiers are added: exemplars being:

WEXNMT
WMG
WDKEVSNYTDIIYGLLEKSQ
WASL
WN
WFDISN
WL
WYIKIF

The NCBI output becomes: HIV identifier. A saved search stratagey dated 2/18 2014 on my log in page documents the finding.

The research plan would be to adequately describe the observed alignment of HIV envelope Glycoprotein to the stretococci pneumoniae residues in observed high alignment particulars to explain how it is that a bacilli, cocci, and viral residue of glycoprotein typeform of HIV can demonstrate correspondance within 13 residue proteins and yet be observed variant in species with the additon of the observed 5 member protein residue read. As regards blast output at the NIH toolbar.

This research plan begins with the description via model of index case of HIV. The research forward plan…

With an adequate model in one instance of gene specific to a blast challenge towards the pathogen via molecular reassortment. This method of molecular assessment seems practical to complete that modeling task as found by observation.
Observe the result when spyrochete intersects Plasmodium falcapirum as output data.

*Lecture nomenclature accompanies data.

Trypanosome

Shistomasis

liver fluke

Neisseria gonorrhoeae

nesseria meningidits

ades e

culex

biting mouthpart

sand flea

malaria

spyrochete

fomite

aseptic tecnique

sterile

arthropod

vector

commensulate

zoonotic resivior.

NP_218900 ———————————- ————————————– WP_009071992 1 MSASTTQPIPTPPEEPARPEELIAEPAVQGDLTA[4]VARPFGKPTLVLAGLLVLALAFAGGAWTHAAFGPSSST 76 YP_935544 1 [165]ELTSTIGTDQKRMELLALPLVAIVLFFVFGGVVA ATLPVLVGGLSIAGALGIMRLISEITPVHALAQPVVSL 237 NP_218900 1 ———– ———————————————-MCRLQPFFRLRLQVYLARSG 20 WP_009071992 77 SNARSASPDGQ[6]TAGGRGTVGTVEKVDGSTVTLKTVQGSEVTVSTSdSTTVGVTQPGKLSDLKP————– 145 YP_935544 238 IGLGIAIDYGL FVVSRFREELAEGYDTPTAVRRTVTTAGRTVMFS-AILIVASSAGVL–LFPQGFLKALTYAIIAS 311 NP_218900 21 CASRRACEALIASGRVTVDGQTVTTQGRT—–VCAQNVVCVDGTVVQ LERVQRYVLLYKPVGYICSLAPQFPAG 91 WP_009071992 146 ——————-GQTVTVQGRTGSDGSVAAQAIVAQPGR— ————————— 172 YP_935544 312 VMLAAVLSITVLPAILGILGRNVDALGVRTLLRIPFVRNTVWLNGIALW[22]VTRVMKRPLIYAIPIIVGMVLLILPLG 409 NP_218900 92 [4]QVRAGPSKQEYARAIDLVQPAYQERLYHIGRLDVRSEGALLFTNDGSfaQALGHPRSGIEKEYIVETREPVPAALLS 172 WP_009071992 —————————————————————————– YP_935544 410 KITLGGISEKYLPPTNSVRQAQEQFDKTFPGFRTEPLTLVITHNDGQ–PVTDEQVADIRNRAMAIPGFTVPDAGPA 484 NP_218900 173 SFVRGVWVEGCRYRCVRARHLAAQCVQLVLVEGKKREIRVVFEAWGQDV[4]RVRIGRVRLGPLRPGAFRTMRLQEVAQL 253 WP_009071992 ————————————————- —————————- YP_935544 485 SMWAERSRLDGATQQPDVRVIQNGLIDRNSAAGRIDALRDLPSPDGLTI RVGGTPALEQDSIQGLFDKLPLMLLVLI 561 NP_218900 254 LQCAGCAR 261 WP_009071992 ——– YP_935544 562 TTTTLLML[63] 632

Above intersection in blast cobalt from Treponema pallidum * qtvttqgrtvcaq

homo sapiens below:
AAA91026 1 MPPQLQNGLNLSAKVVQGSLDSLPQAVREFLENNAELCQPDHIHICDGSEEENGRLLGQMEEEGILRRLKKYDN—— 74 AAA60084 1 MPPQLQNGLNLSAKVVQGSLDSLPQAVREFLENNAELCQPDHIHICDGSEEENGRLLGQMEEEGILRRLKKYDNCWLALT 80

Now with treponema to blast two sequence for intersesting product alignment
unnamed protein product
Sequence ID: lcl|203657Length: 44Number of Matches: 2
Related Information
Range 1: 21 to 33Graphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
24.7 bits(50) 6e-05 Composition-based stats. 8/13(62%) 10/13(76%) 0/13(0%)
Query 37 LCQPDHIHICDGS 49
LC PD + +CDGS
Sbjct 21 LCAPDTVYVCDGS 33

Range 2: 16 to 17Graphics Next Match Previous Match First Match
Alignment statistics for match #2

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
9.3 bits(15) 5.2 Composition-based stats. 2/2(100%) 2/2(100%) 0/2(0%)
Query 50 EE 51
EE
Sbjct 16 EE 17

For the interested student, examine this relationship…observing the conservation of protein in remarkable affinity.
Notice the high molecular weight in fragments.

Consider this implication in multiple species?

Notes
I am poised to execute high thru put to these endeavors. The H1N1 model is available to you at VCell 5, Public, mark w-2 *mcgama88.
The madura is also placed there in at membrane and host. The compound for Madura as I requested the chemistry from mol port souce is unnamed. The use of mol port executes topic with best practice, best available source.

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In Rift vallley, in short regionality, I identify a conservation of streptomyces, Leishmania Freidlin,
tetragenoccous halop, Acidobacter c. intersection.via selkov toolbar with a draft method.
The selkov toolbar exists as an observational reassortment technique in pre blast challenge, thus remarking output from NCBI, NIH tool as robust. With this method, I have executed an index case in influenza to my personal satisfaction and now move to a set of ten viiradiae species with madural as an exemplar eucaroyte pathogen.

Observation on evirs. Protein ID BAM 44536.1 MTA prompt

Selkov was wpsdvysldsldteyefartcateadvqdpptqqtppdqv
drafts
wmkesqg
wwwkfpdalrdm

winlrt
` wsgsiklt
wvi
BAG53479 1 [35]KIFKEEYRIHITGKWFNYGI[12]KNQIFYKPHEYGQyIGPGQKIYTVKDSESLKDLNRTKLSWEWRSNHTNPRTN 119 WP_010119866 1 ——————– ——————————————MSDNENYEAT 10 WP_018840596 1 MGAMEPRSAAAAGRDFPYTL DTTCYIEVHEGGQ-VTQGAGPDAYQRAVAGESHLFAVWPGQWRSDLFAIDNL 71 BAG53479 120 KTYVEGDMFLHSRFIGASLDVKCLAFVPSLIAF– —VWFGFFIWFFGR—————-FLKNEPRMENQ 175 WP_010119866 11 EADVQDNVATEDDLAAAAVSEEFVASIGDALATDE[5]EAPTLYEGPIQTVGRRKEAVVRIRMVQGSGQFTCNGRSLEDY 92 WP_018840596 72 DEFARAHGIVHDEARTGLADH–VHDVHWSLADRE QNP———–RSQYVSIDIRLACGCSV———KD 126 BAG53479 176 DKTYTRMKRKSPSEHSKDMGITRENTQASVEDPLNDPSLVCIRSDFNEIVYKSSHLTSENLSSQlNESTSATEADQ 251 WP_010119866 93 [10]KAPLVLLERENQFDFQVNLKGGGPSGQAGATRLAIARALNKYNPEERDALKKAGFLTRDARAVE-RKKAGLHKARR 177 WP_018840596 127 RRTFVAQMREQHGWDLAVTGGWGSHTDANGTTYTFRARRKSLSS——————————– 170 BAG53479 252 DPTTSKS[4] 262 WP_010119866 178 APQYSKR 184 WP_018840596 ——-
Above interesection via nih cobalt.
Interesting homo sapiens read with identifier at w in late read.

Excellent example of draft observational conservation to precursor set.

10. Echo virus 6 set. aseptic mendigiditis BAM 44536.1
11. monkey pox
hep E genomic rna From BAM 36431.1
12. Sinbus isolate (Berlin). interesting polyprotein unusual acid form at start region.

with out selkov draft, s mansoni observed in two sites. also corynebacterium m.

13. Venezulan equine encephalitits
*zinc finger?

14. Chikunguya Virus C.

Notes: trichomonasis v, burkholderi and heavy chain mouse, leishminasis.
Mouse region used by Bio warfare units to fast link terror weapon? Passed over useful region in viral identity?

Amur. peni bac. leptospira. more to homo sapiens intersection observed. hi mole draft.

EAW57609 277 —RRSGKATRKKKHL EAQEDSRGHTLAF—–HDWQGPR -PW— ENLNLSDWEVQSPIQVSGDWEH 333 WP_010568771 147 RNQKAETLGPIIKDHL PTS——TPLF—TDQGYP— WLWGIY RNHRSVNHSARSKDNRYRWARN 203 XP_004711937 273 RLDFKKSKLTLVVVED DDQGKEQEHTFVFRLEHPKACK— HLWKCA VEHHAF-FRLRGPVQKSSHRSG 337 AAB38547 440 RQWRKKAEVTGTQIGS[7]SVDVDSDGSTDLILIGAPHYYEQTR[28]HPWGRF[10]NEDKLIDVAIGAPGEQENRGAV 553

Ades, cornea, darling, mouse. from a nasty set indeed.
WP_023020780 616 KMV——–SNSIKGAQAQVENQNFE————————-MRKNVLKYDEVLNEQRKVVYATRHDIL 662 XP_311900 538 -FF——–TSYLYLESVVASWYDQG————————-IIDTLLRY——–KLLFIETQDNA 575 ETN67218 1263 LED———-KLEVAQIQRQVSDALRLAYPSTTAMTSRTASDSASEApQHYARDALDQLESTLYNLTQLYADFAEPY 1332 ETN59831 538 -FF——–TSYLYLESVVASWYDQG————————-IIDTLLRY——–KLLFIETQDNA 575 WP_001216187 365 IAATTATIL—-AVVFARVVRKHKSCFDFLFEYGALLPWLLPSTLLAVS——LLFTFNQPQFLVLNQILVGSLVIL 434 EAS06453 1692 LNFAIKAPDgsSTTMKIENYLVKSLANLRLILPKKEYIFPKMPQSRNVEPnYNPYHNNPVYMEKFDDVVRIMSSKQKPKL 1771 EKG04642 202 IRFYIKDMY-yVTAVNFEEALLHDGAGADLML–LGFLMKFCPLPRPEDVpLYTYYSLVHYVRFHTALLDRIPDDLIAKG 278 XP_006501464 173 IFLPVFEATinPQAHPDLSVFLKHITGFDSVDDESKHSGHMFSSKSPKPE-EWTMENNPSYTYYAYYMYANITVLNSLRK 251 WP_023020780 663 DAGDIQDNIRGMIDDTVSAYVAGATATGYVEDWDLDALWNALDSLYGPTIPHEE—LVEGSEY[4]ELSAEQLRDALve 740 XP_311900 576 ETSYALMNYVKACECGRGAVLLAVARGKVSEGVDFDHHLGRAVLMFGIPYVYTQSRILKARLDY LRDQFQIR—-e 648 ETN67218 1333 ELWECKLTILNCSHHNDPLLIESVWTHILDRELEARGEGAAERCRRMLAKVKSLALEYDSSGHC FPLAFIVRELE– 1407 ETN59831 576 ETSYALMNYVKACECGRGAVLLAVARGKVSEGVDFDHHLGRAVLMFGIPYVYTQSRILKARLDY LRDQFQIR—-e 648 WP_001216187 435 LIAYIVVKIPFSYRMVR-AILFSVDDEMEDAARSMGASPFYTMMKVIIPFILPVVLSVIALNFN —–SLLTDF– 503 EAS06453 1772 LTVQCSDGTKKKFLIKSQTQSENVYEQRTSELISFLNLILYKEQLGFYEMPSYTILRLNSQSCI[3]VDDTLTLKTIL– 1849 EKG04642 279 NFNFLSPTDPRIFERYDDVALDRVIRSWTVDGANVGESSDEAGVK——————- ————- 323 XP_006501464 252 ERGMNTFLFRPHCGEA-GALTHLMTAFMIADNISHGLNLKKSPVLQYLFFLAQIPIAMSPLSNN[4]EYAKNPFLDFL– 329

Echo virus 6 with c 240 intersection ……WOW
polyprotein [Echovirus E11]
Sequence ID: gb|AAL39118.2|Length: 2195Number of Matches: 2
Related Information
Range 1: 429 to 506GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
40.5 bits(88) 0.41 Composition-based stats. 29/95(31%) 32/95(33%) 57/95(60%)
Query 21 TLAGENESDTSILTYTDQPEWSVAGNYVGVVVV—-VVCGSAMAT————– 62
TL GE IL Y D+ WS G V V CGSAMAT
Sbjct 429 TLLGE——ILNYYDH–WS–GS——VKLTFVFCGSAMATGKFLLAYSPPGANA 472

Query 63 ———————-CVLCVPWICEYTH 75
CVLC+PWI + TH
Sbjct 473 PKTRKDAMLGTHIIWDVGLQSSCVLCIPWISQ-TH 506

Range 2: 1125 to 1131GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match First Match
Alignment statistics for match #2

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
29.5 bits(62) 1000 Composition-based stats. 7/7(100%) 7/7(100%) 0/7(0%)
Query 78 CKGMEWI 84
CKGMEWI
Sbjct 1125 CKGMEWI 1131

Pichinde.
N protein [Pichinde virus]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_138544.1|Length: 561Number of Matches: 3
See 3 more title(s)

Related Information
Gene-associated gene details
Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 307 to 316GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
35.8 bits(77) 12 Composition-based stats. 9/10(90%) 10/10(100%) 0/10(0%)
Query 56 CLSGEGWPYI 65
CLSG+GWPYI
Sbjct 307 CLSGDGWPYI 316

Range 2: 180 to 194GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match First Match
Alignment statistics for match #2

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
35.0 bits(75) 18 Composition-based stats. 12/20(60%) 13/20(65%) 5/20(25%)
Query 65 IACMAEQGGESLCYRRPNDI 84
IACM EQGGE L ND+
Sbjct 180 IACMTEQGGEQL—–NDV 194

Range 3: 404 to 414GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match First Match
Alignment statistics for match #3

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
24.8 bits(51) 31653 Composition-based stats. 8/11(73%) 8/11(72%) 0/11(0%)
Query 77 CYRRPNDIKSF 87
CYR P D KSF
Sbjct 404 CYRFPHDEKSF 414

hypothetical protein HMPREF1120_09181 [Exophiala dermatitidis NIH/UT8656]
Sequence ID: gb|EHY61245.1|Length: 163Number of Matches: 1
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Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
30.8 bits(65) 351 Composition-based stats. 28/82(34%) 30/82(36%) 45/82(54%)
Query 6 RTGILPS-PA———VWSTGTFAQVNKIALDLVSLYTDDKTI———RDAW- 45
RTG PS PA VW LDL+ L D+ TI R AW
Sbjct 27 RTGD-PSMPAKALGIFSGEVW————LDLI-LRSDEATIGLVNFLPGGRTAWH 72

Query 46 —–LILKVVGGASCLSGEGW 62
ILKV GGA GW
Sbjct 73 RHEKGQILKVTGGA——GW 88

outer membrane autotransporter [Taylorella equigenitalis ATCC 35865]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_006502873.1|Length: 3331Number of Matches: 1
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Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 350 to 381GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
36.3 bits(78) 4.0 Composition-based stats. 15/33(45%) 17/33(51%) 12/33(36%)
Query 27 YIEYYKR——-RYRLKDELNFH—-TRIP 48
Y EY+K YRLKDEL F+ T IP
Sbjct 350 YLEYFKKAYKIEKISYRLKDEL-FQNLGETSIP 381

antiadhesin Pls [Staphylococcus pseudintermedius HKU10-03]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_004148891.1|Length: 1195Number of Matches: 1
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Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 289 to 317GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
33.3 bits(71) 40 Composition-based stats. 13/29(45%) 15/29(51%) 7/29(24%)
Query 14 DKVNAKDMAVNEKYIE——-YYKRRY 35
DKV A DM + E YIE Y K R+
Sbjct 289 DKVTASDMGISESYIEPNNSGSFYLKSRF 317

HHA1 domain protein [Megasphaera elsdenii CAG:570]
Sequence ID: ref|WP_022497568.1|Length: 583Number of Matches: 1
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Range 1: 142 to 179GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
32.5 bits(69) 56 Composition-based stats. 17/45(38%) 19/45(42%) 26/45(57%)
Query 24 NEKYI——–EYYKRRYRLKDELNF———HT–RIPV 49
NEKYI EYY K++ NF HT RIPV
Sbjct 142 NEKYIACMSRDTLEYY——KED-NFSFLEKIRSIHTVNRIPV 179

Above from rota human
*see staophylococci
taylorella e

Spectacular results for rota target. McGary

One of the most clear exemplars towards staphococci *Taylorella equigenitalis and related mutation adventure. in rota. A remarkable observation is possible towards pathogen in this set.
* Other artifacts potential….yes….however, in streptococci….as h1n1, the locus is clear….observable in short regionality, draft mechanism clear in origin, with contrasting data of multi species as reference in data observation.

*I did see an elctron microscope photo recently in which I observed characteristic of stretptococci within the viral capsid string attack at membrane. I plan to develop that concept in the model refinement as an observation.

Here we begin a journey across the viral sets of pathogen. The primary aim is to utilize the selkov investigational toolbar to explore the cornyebacterium observed in influenza toward the anopheles darling, and g.
Within the Bunya viradiae, streptococci implication with thermophilia, trypanosome c,
conservations and explore the mammalian isolucine, iisolucine arthropod,
strep parallel iso, iso
host – amp deanimase. aUTHORS NOTE: wHEN DRAFT is observed, this is addative protein data to the blast challenge. Add directly to the selkov data, as one, two, three to (8) units.
After observations, re challenge with selkov data only for observational view of protein origin as protospecies: data premised. proto species premised.
Re form draft concept to see modern conservation as interpretative. from ORF data as recorded post blast challenge and pre selkov data via VIPR, IRD, NCBI< nih.
Prompt in notes refers to the observational form of MxxxxxxxExxxxxxxQ
Authors notation for pattern search for corresponding gene data in species specific to gene in view, observed in spyrochete and multiple species as correspoondance in activity…residue alignment.

The Rota human gi-340561710 prompt MEQ
the taylorella a. YP_006502873.1

WLERHSN DVA DAN KIYKR RLDLFTIVAST
WTVLYY PKN KMV EYEY RYKENHRPVGYK

Where staphococci donation is DPVKA, Taylorella donation is
KVIEYYKERY
dRAFT PROMPTS ARE
WDQAALLY
CIGSRTYQIE
CYQLFDFNS
WKKM

SELKOV SHOULD LOOK FOR MODIFIERS AS KHED
Also body louse at DNA repair helicase. See XP001656074.1
*GIMIFADKRFSRNKDRGKLPKW. POLYMERASE TRANSCRIPTION
VALINE IN MAMMAL. MUS M.
vALINE IN eCHINOPS TELFAIRI.
See h4cz863K014 in malaria.
Also body louse.
*GIMIFADKRISRNDKRG xLPKWI
In telfari
GLMVFADKRFARADKRGKLPRWI
IN HOMOS S. ALSO GORILLA G.
GLMVFADKRFARGDKRGKLPRWI
PATTERN IN XOIDES. * I…….A…….W……..S
HOMO S. V…….A…….G…….R
PAN TROG G…….L…….V…….A…….G…….R

eCHO 6 See BAM 44536.1
*Fairly large residue set. MTS prompt.
SELKOV cgtyasvddrpdqrdseiattlagenesdtsiltytdqpewsvasnyvvvvv
drafts: Cgsamat
cvlcvpwi
ceythkd
ckgmewi
*see trna guanine methyltransferase origin? model.
Model polyprotein change? prompt – MVA
MTA prompt _* swine vesicular disease for contrast study.

Whitewater: ACI 43401.1
nucleocapsid
prompt was Mrl, W HI MOLE AT PROMPT INTERIORS.
TO sELKOV:
CLSRIRTGILPSRAVWSTGTFAQVNKIALDLVSLYTDDKTIRDAWLILKVVGGAS

DRAFTS-
CLSGEGWPYIA
CMAEQGGESL
CYRRPNDIKSF.
*nASTY * Poor day for mammal when this conservation took form. see bear canyon.
addative :
ILYKVxxxxxxxclsge…….CLSGEGWPYIAC
MOBALA* NOTE: CLSGDGWPYIAC

sEE pICHINDE YP 138544.1 SG halophilus
INKHLIALDLDGTLLTDDKTISD
*Trypanosome:
Also : vibro. Nasty at NRSIRNAWLILK
SEE. GB}acj 02246.1 nITROS OXIDE.
nEISSERIA BACILLI *KIRAAILPEPAVW.

cORNYEBACTERIUM MASTITIDIS
GLLPSPEQWSGGTFA
Trichomonas vaginalis * INKIALDLVALF
*See exophiala dermatitidis
see gb}EOA 87406.1′ see rat. NP-620253.1
viridibacilli a
cell wall anchor of clostridium
KIALDMVSLFPED
CDD -222092
msl PROMPT. CLOS. CELL WALL ANCHOR TO sELKOV:
WSQDDVTGVTAVATIATGGKQKANADVTTSSGGYNLMNLSV
Draft:
WEKVSDGN
WNLGG
WNNTVSCL
WKNYTYTVD

Porcine corona virus assay notes via selkov:
membrane selkov with 5 draft assignment: the way to search method in porcine assessment of mutation via avain contrast below. McGary
membrane protein [Porcine coronavirus HKU15]
Sequence ID: gb|AFD29196.1|Length: 217Number of Matches: 1
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Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
56.6 bits(126) 2e-06 Composition-based stats. 45/142(32%) 46/142(32%) 93/142(65%)
Query 1 WQLILIIVLFKII———–A—-VIYII—–W——-VARLNGRVTIALY 33
WQ IIV II A VIY+I W V VTI
Sbjct 7 WQ—IIVFIAIIWALGVILQGGYATRNRVIYVIKLILLWLLQPFTLV——VTI— 54

Query 34 QGGGGQWTAVD————————–WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSP 59
WTAVD WYDSIR WALSP
Sbjct 55 ——WTAVDRSSKKDAVFIVSIIFAVLTFISWPKYWYDSIR—-LLMKTRSAWALSP 104

Query 60 ESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
ESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 105 ESRLLAGIMDPMGTWRCIPIDH 126

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M gene product [Porcine coronavirus HKU15]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_005352833.1|Length: 217Number of Matches: 1
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Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 7 to 126GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
56.6 bits(126) 2e-06 Composition-based stats. 45/142(32%) 46/142(32%) 93/142(65%)
Query 1 WQLILIIVLFKII———–A—-VIYII—–W——-VARLNGRVTIALY 33
WQ IIV II A VIY+I W V VTI
Sbjct 7 WQ—IIVFIAIIWALGVILQGGYATRNRVIYVIKLILLWLLQPFTLV——VTI— 54

Query 34 QGGGGQWTAVD————————–WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSP 59
WTAVD WYDSIR WALSP
Sbjct 55 ——WTAVDRSSKKDAVFIVSIIFAVLTFISWAKYWYDSIR—-LLMKTRSAWALSP 104

Query 60 ESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
ESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 105 ESRLLAGIMDPMGTWRCIPIDH 126

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M gene product [Sparrow coronavirus HKU17]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_005352848.1|Length: 217Number of Matches: 1
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Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 86 to 126GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
52.4 bits(116) 5e-05 Composition-based stats. 22/45(49%) 23/45(51%) 22/45(48%)
Query 45 WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSPESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
W+DSIR WALSPESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 86 WFDSIR—-LLMKTRSAWALSPESRLLAGIMDPMGNWRCIPIDH 126

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membrane protein [Bulbul coronavirus HKU11-934]
Sequence ID: gb|ACJ12037.1|Length: 233Number of Matches: 1
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Range 1: 102 to 142GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
51.1 bits(113) 1e-04 Composition-based stats. 21/45(47%) 21/45(46%) 22/45(48%)
Query 45 WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSPESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
WYDSIR W SPESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 102 WYDSIR—-LVMKTHSAWSFSPESRLLAGIMDPMGNWRCIPIDH 142

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membrane protein [Bulbul coronavirus HKU11-796]
Sequence ID: gb|ACJ12046.1|Length: 233Number of Matches: 1
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Range 1: 102 to 142GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
50.3 bits(111) 2e-04 Composition-based stats. 21/45(47%) 21/45(46%) 22/45(48%)
Query 45 WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSPESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
WYDSIR W SPESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 102 WYDSIR—-LVMKTHSAWSFSPESRLLAGIMDPMGNWRCIPIDH 142

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M gene product [White-eye coronavirus HKU16]
Sequence ID: ref|YP_005352840.1|Length: 218Number of Matches: 1
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Identical Proteins-Proteins identical to the subject
Range 1: 87 to 127GenPeptGraphics Next Match Previous Match
Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Method Identities Positives Gaps
48.6 bits(107) 8e-04 Composition-based stats. 21/45(47%) 21/45(46%) 22/45(48%)
Query 45 WYDSIRWPKY——–WALSPESRL———-WRCIPIDH 71
WYDSIR W SPESRL WRCIPIDH
Sbjct 87 WYDSIR—-LVVKTHSAWSFSPESRLLAGIMDPLGNWRCIPIDH 127

Pathogen oh Sweet Pathogen:

Here is data of which an investigational model….in very preliminary form….suggest eucaroyate and viral phrophensity to pathogen insult in homo sapiens at the sweet receptor?
It appears that the homo sapiens conservation of the sweet taste *missing in mouse****
via protein residue contributes in the view below…to a weakness in response exploited by pathogen inclusive of streptococci. The author is very curious about the modified view as to other sugars?
YP_003009563 36 DQAAAF EEWDIAKDQASSALETSQPPLKQTGR————————–GSLFIGLIPVIVLFGIAA 85 AFY52604 741 TKECSK[15]ENMVACGDSPNYKIYKKPIKVYKAHDRVETWCIKDQHCLVDYTPAEADVVK—KLKTMKCWLNDPGTET 828 WP_022789602 77 SALGYT QIMAVAAQKVVKDIRQDLFHVLQKLPLSFFDTHSHGELMSRFTNDVDTVSDaLNNSFAMMIQSFIQVVGT 152 WP_019468807 57 LVTLFI LTLPMVGLIERFGLKKQASNMIGKVNKVTSGRLMTIYLFIRELAGVASIRI-GGHPQFVRPLINPMVQGA 131 EAR89677 377 IQIVGT[17]TKGQILKLLINLIFILIFRGFLVGCSDFLITSACSLWYYKKEKDNINTLKI–SLERLFKYHLGSIVFLG 467 BAB89342 72 GLFGLA –FAFIIELNQQTAPVRYFLFGVLFALCFSCLLAHASNLVKLVRGCVSFSWtTILCIAIGCSLLQIIIAT 145 YP_003009563 86 VLLSYYLYEARLNNRVLDWQNAARQEALAGKYEEAF-RQLNKAADARPDFKPVQADLK-VVEE-ALSLDRTLTEIQQRLD 162 AFY52604 829 DAYTTAIKSCRIMDKGVCTVNGQKWSIIKCDSDLLYYTDHIEGEDTGNDIGHYCISVGcKTDRyPINPDIVTDCTWEFKS 908 WP_022789602 153 LILLFVLSWRLSLIVVLFYIIMFIYIQFSSKKSKSYFSLQQKNIGDINGFTEEMISGQ-KVVK-VFNHEKANQKVFEKLN 230 WP_019468807 132 LRTRYHLQEHEVDEKDIEKIKA–QTSAMENYGNFFGQNLFVGAAGVLLMVGTFQSLD-IKVN-AIDLVLASLPIAVIVF 207 EAR89677 468 TVSTLLDYPIRISNLICDYLTNIKRKDKNDCSYYAA-SITLCGCLCFDKFLRYMNRYA-LIFI-SLAGDSYYDSSKQSYY 544 BAB89342 146 EYVTLIMTRGMMFVNMTPCQLNVDFVVLLVYVLFLMALTFFVSKATFCGPCENWKQHGrLIFI-TVLFSIIIWVVWISML 224

Here are the proposed original pre conservation set observed to link to human conservation of sweetness.
That the set includes burkholderi and staphococci are potent indicators of evolved pathogenicicity specific to homo sapiens sweet tooth. What an observation!
….*….|….*….|….*….|….*….|….*….|….*….|….*….|….*….| consensus 1 MWPLIGIaiIVLGFALRFNPLLVVLVAGIVTGLAAGMDFVEILEALGKAFVDNRYVSLFILT-LPVIGLLERHGLRERAQ 79 gi 123520238 13 MWPLIGI–VILDFALHFNPLVVVTLAVLITGLTSGLDLPAVVSDFGTAYVQNRYMALIWLA-LPVIGLLEHNGLREQAQ 89 gi 123461885 1 MLVLIGVpiVVIGFALRFNALLVVTIAGLATGLAGGLNLVDIVSAFGKAFTENRYMGLIWLT-LPVIALLERNGLKEQAK 79 gi 123357688 7 LYPLFGVvvIVAGFLLRFNPMLIVTVAAIITGLAAHFPVDRILIAIGSGFVKTRVIPLIILFpLAVIGLLERHGLRERAQ 86 gi 81654925 7 LWPLLGIaaVILGFLLRGNPLLVVCCAGVVTGAAAGLDPQAILAKVGEGFIKTRGLSAALLLaLLAVGLAERHGLRERAY 86 gi 123016186 4 YLSLLGVliVILGFAFKLDSILIVMVALVVTALTGGLGIQGMLELLGTSFVNNRGMAIFIII-MLATGTLERNGLKESAA 82 gi 123066798 1 MIKLIGIliVVIGFILKIDTLFTVLLAGVATGIVAGLDFNQIFTILGDSFVSNRGVSLFILT-LPVIGVLERYGLKQRAV 79 gi 122278873 3 WIRLIGIaiIVVGFILKFDTIATVVLAGLVTALVSGVSLVEFLEILGKEFSNQRVLTIFMVT-LPLVGLSETFGLKQRSI 81 gi 123661459 3 WIKLIGIliIIIGFILKFDTIAIILIAAVVTGLVAGMDIVEVLSTLGKAFVDQRLVTLFMLT-LPMVGLIERFGLKQQAS 81 gi 122264770 3 YLKLLGIviIVVGFALKWDTAAVVVLAAVVTAVFSGMSIPALLTTLGQSFVDNRMVSLFFLT-LPMIGLVESHGLKEVAV 81

* Project Narrative: Research notes continue.
Identify gram negative
Identify gram positive
contributions to viral conservation as observed: via Selkov.
Define mechanism for particular gram defined proto species uptake
Extract exemplars of these mechanisms for contrast in larger sets.

WP_018140062 —————————— ——————————————– YP_008856225 1 [4]IKSLKPFTWSVIFIFILLLGQAMSDLSLPD[4]IINIGVQQQGIENATPTAIRSSEMSRILLFVDSEDKAAVTGYYI 82 WP_021881974 1 —————————— ——-MSGGFDHVPKRNRHARME-VIAFREGLPFMADNRFY- 35 WP_016521635 1 MAKRKKIGDVYRFDFDKKFHCYCQILEASD VVFFNFYSDSENDNIDEVIEKDELFRIWLDRDCLK–SDKWQFI 72 WP_018140062 1 ————————————- ——————————-MTVWVATLL 9 YP_008856225 83 LlDKDLLPAAEYNQYLESYPGLANEPIYKLNTDDENA[4]NTVMPLPILMVSYIENETAADILGDQFELPDGADIFEVLA 163 WP_021881974 36 –NAHHSPIGAFASFTLGFPGAKGGLGLELGRPADQ- NVYIGLQSRDGTYYEALPFFGELGDE—-AARYDVEKKD 105 WP_016521635 73 C—HKELSAERKSVFDKYNNPAGGTDFFILRNEKNA -EFIKVAREQCFGLELAAAWTELGIIDRLNYSFLGIPLPM 145 WP_018140062 10 GIVQGIFMFLPVSSTAHLVLTQHWLIRQGEPLPPPESPEMILFD——— —LVVHVGTLVSIIFVFRHSLTR 74 YP_008856225 164 NLPAEQLDAIIQSAKSHLSAIPESMVAQSAVSYLATEYQTIGIDLNRLQMNYM[5]LMLLLTLVSVTLSVTVGFLSARVA 245 WP_021881974 106 KKDQALLQTFDRAGIKRRLAAGEDVWAAGDMTFRILSPVRPVPDPSAGSDEEL KAALVPAVFAELTVDNRSGDAARR 182 WP_016521635 146 HIKKDIPFYE——————————————- ———————— 155 WP_018140062 75 LTGGIARESWQWASAR-GSAGREMLFLRLALLCGLSVFATAVVGFTLKAGFEQVFAHPTLIAGTLSLTGVLLWWTDRLQR 153 YP_008856225 246 AGFGRDTRRKVFTKVE-SYSNSEFDKFSTASLITRSTNDIQQIQMILVMLLRIVF—–YAPIMGVGGIIKALGQDVSM 319 WP_021881974 183 AFFGYEGNDPYSAMRRiGADGDSFTGVGQGLCTAIAAAADAGIKTGLGFSMESILTAKHPQHLQFGLGGTGALLMEVPAG 262 WP_016521635 ——————————————————————————–

Curious t cell receptor paenibacilli from monk search selkov.
follows as observation to be reexamined?
156 EPHATSPQELYTKQEISYALETIHSLLI[2]GDLHRYRlEFGLGQRAELRTQTRNFY-LEA-FKL NPKIGMPHNQL 228 AAF61316 115 HTNPCHIADFYEKRKRQSTIASTKPLTI ASIHRLI—————RTMYYLIT—- ——-HNKL 161 EMJ26111 110 GTNMSRKRIYRGPALKQLVAGNSHVCGL[2]GSTSRV–ECWQWHRFNSNTWNRHSYDFSS-ISV GENFVCGVSKI 181 YP_003008964 2594 SVDGKSITLTFDKQLSSTEWRSVFSVKI[5]—SNILsVLGTDKRQIVLTWDGKVIDANStVTV[11]NLTYMAPFEEI 2679 ACB55729 149 GTYICLLEDFFPNVVKTYWKEDGNSQPL[3]—————FGPITGGGNSYSQVSwLTV[ 7]NLTYFYQHED- 215

product=”T-cell receptor gamma chain” Region 9..121 /region_name=”Ig” /note=”Immunoglobulin domain; cl11960″ /db_xref=”CDD:264487″ Region 14..121 /region_name=”IG_like” /note=”Immunoglobulin like; smart00410″ /db_xref=”CDD:214653″ Region 131..214 /region_name=”Ig” /note=”Immunoglobulin domain; cl11960″ /db_xref=”CDD:264487″ CDS 1..215 /gene=”TRG” /coded_by=”EU587494.1:646″ ORIGIN 1 hlscahmkqe vsftgiqgds aritcqvsna vsywihwyrf qdgkppqrll clsresgell 61 fdegfgsnkf hafkdqfnge kfillikkle vrdsgmyyca iwdwdyvygk knfgtgtsli 121 vlesafkkkp pkpifflpts eeikqkqsgt yiclledffp nvvktywked gnsqpldaqf 181 gpitgggnsy sqvswltvke dvlrknltyf yqhed
120 protein [Human immunodeficiency virus 1]
Sequence ID: emb|CAD87110.1|Length: 167Number of Matches: 2
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Alignment statistics for match #1

Score Expect Identities Positives Gaps
28.6 bits(60) 175 10/15(67%) 10/15(66%) 1/15(6%)
Query 12 NSTTWDGKVIDANST 26
NST WD ID NST
Sbjct 104 NST-WDNTTIDSNST 117

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Alignment statistics for match #2

Score Expect Identities Positives Gaps
27.4 bits(57) 492 11/20(55%) 11/20(55%) 5/20(25%)
Query 3 TWDGKVIDANSTTWDGKVID 22
TWD ID NST D ID
Sbjct 106 TWDNTTIDSNST–D—ID 120

oBSERVATION OF T CELL ALIGNMENT SEARCH REVEALS hiv INTERSECTION IN SHORT PROTEIN CONSERVATION

Human para influenza examined by modified selkov at prompt regionality.
protein id = agt 75092.1 MLF prompt.
Identified precursor *protospecies flagelar aemobea and trichomonas vaginalis. also fusarium blight type alignment. sendi.
XP_002677369 529 RQSNETMGETLELVCLRKNDRKFPTRVSLSVSLlSTSNNMKKSVITCFIKDITTELKHNNLIKEEKMKSEALLLN IL 605 NP_056872 34 RMLSDSSTQSYQVNQLTSEGTEAGSTIPSTPS———————————–KGQAL— — 70 AAX07442 1 ——-MLSCRVNQLTSEGTGAGSTTPSTLP———————————–KDQAL— — 30 XP_382962 594 AKGRTMIVIAHRLSTIRDADNIIVMAKGETIEQ-GSHNELLEGGGTYSRLHVVADITQSDAISYGLLKGLWLVIR[9]FI 678 XP_002677369 606 PEPVANRLKAGETNIYENFKDVTCFFSDIVGFTTMSSTMEPNQVVAMLNEIVNQFDILCDSYDLEKIKTIGDAYFCCGGL 685 NP_056872 71 P–TESKVRAREKSRHRRPKIIDQV-RRVESLGEQASQRQKHMLETLINKIYT——GPLGEELVQTLYLRIW—– 136 AAX07442 31 P–IEPKVRAKEKSQHRRPKIIDQV-RRVESLGEQASQRQKHMLETLINKIYT——GPLGEELVQTLYLRIW—– 96 XP_382962 679 LVIISVLGGATYPALAILFSRTMKAFETIDVSEANFFSLMFFVVALANFVIYAVAGWVCNEIGQHVMMVYRSELFDNTLR 758 XP_002677369 686 HNCMQSDHPEKVVRFAIDTLGVIYIYNTQNNTTVNIRVGVHTGSVVAGVLGIKKFAY–DLWGDAVNTASRMESTGLPGR 763 NP_056872 137 –AME-ETPES—–LKILQMREDIRDQVLKMKTERWLRTLIR——————————-GEKTK 177 AAX07442 97 –AME-ETPES—–LKILQMREDIRDQVLKMKTERWLRTLIR——————————-GEKTK 137 XP_382962 759 QDMSFFDDPDRGTGALVSRLAAEPTSLQELLSMNLSLIMINIVTVLSSSILAIAYGYklGLVLTLAALPVLVGSGYVRIR 838 XP_002677369 764 VQI -SRDTYERVHD-LFEFDLREIEVKGKGKMKTYVVKEKHHQNPNKESPEITSTTILRNRLGESSSAANLFQAQQN 838 NP_056872 178 LK- DFQKRYEEVHPYLMKEKVEQIIMEEAWSLAAHIVQE————————————– 215 AAX07442 138 LK- DFQKRYEEVHPYLMKEKVEQVIMEEAWSLAAHIVQE————————————– 175 XP_382962 839 LEY[4]DTAGRFAKSSG-LASEAVLGIRTVSSLALERAVIERYSNALGGLAKEAIGSLGWKMLFYSFSQSASFLAMALGF 918

Data of enterococci f, streptomyces, trachenoma vaganalis as a pattern result.
elegant shared conservation (insult to mammal).
EDZ68923 1 MD—–GNDHKVENLGDV———-DKFYSRIRWNNQFSYMATLPPHLQSEM EGQKSLLMRYDTYRKesSSF 61 XP_001305273 1 MNlVEVYTSGSSKQFINGTLQTTKPEYPINQINKKYDWCSNCGRSYSEHPYAIYTL –KNKMMNINGYYLK–AGC 72 WP_016622009 1 MP-EKVYTT-EMIDYLREITPGRFNDEVTEMFNQKFNMNLTENKMKSLRSNYKIRS[12]QGKRLFTDKQERFIR–SHV 84 EDZ68923 62 SGEGKKVTLQHVPTDF S-EASQAV——ISKKEHDTHASAFVNKIFQPEVAEELiVNRYEKLLSQRPEWHAPWKL 131 XP_001305273 73 CGDIESECCCYEDASY[9]SLQISNDN-KTWKTIHKVEKDYDLRRCRDKTFKFSEQHTC—RYVRLIQD———- 144 WP_016622009 85 NGKSNKELVQLINQTF GLQVTLAQiKGWKTNHKVSSG–LTGYFPKGHEP——-INKGTKGMFNVGGNKTSFKK 152 EDZ68923 132 SRVINGHLGwvrCVAIDPVDNEWFI TGSNDTTMKVWDLATGKLKTTLA–GHVMTVRDVAVSDR—HPYLFSVSED 203 XP_001305273 145 -EPCPGDPP—CIGLNKIELIGSI EGISD–FVSEEIENEEDDVSII–GHI——SKNNHN———— 195 WP_016622009 153 GQPARNHKP—-IGTERVDRDGYV[6]EGQWDKRWRPKHKVEWEKVHGVIpkGHVLIFLDGNKQNITmeNLKLVTQGQN 231 EDZ68923 204 KTV–KCWDLEKNQIIRDYYGHLSGVRTVSIHPTLDLIATAGRDSVIKlwd 252 XP_001305273 ————————————————— WP_016622009 232 LQLnrKQWRSENPEVTQAGVSLTQIQAKIAAHKKEPTPVPASVGKKTN— 279

The author draws solely upon the protein data of the VIpr website for viral nomenclature, IRD for influenza, NCBI, NIIH toolbar for result within the study above.
The V Cell 5 study available at UConn, site.
The model within HIV remarks gives rise to the premise of a model of hIV latency.
The opossum t-cell finding superb for best forward intersection via protein assay.
*1 British (corona virus-telafari view 2014)
Chile team- contact: Rodrigo Suárez

rsuarezsaa@gmail.com

PRRSv

c.) Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus
 Development of protocols to assess and optimize immunity in sows utilizing traditional feedback methods:
 Does feedback provide consistent immunity against subsequent re-infection and how can that immunity best be defined and measured using tests available (IFA)?
 What is the duration of immunity post-feedback?
 What is the best protocol for exposing lactating sows to build sufficient immunity and how to detect what antibody level is protective?
 What test should be utilized to evalute the feedback material for effective sow immunity?
 Can environmental contamination override natural immunity?
 What is the best method to detect antibody in milk and its ability to confer protection to piglets?

 Evaluation of interventions for PED control, management and elimination:
 Evaluation of the efficacy of disinfectants for PED in transportation
 Provide seed monies to evaluate a vaccine to be used pre-farrow in previously exposed sows to reduce piglet clinical signs and mortality

 Diagnostic testing and surveillance for PED:
 Development of standard diagnostic protocols that incorporate tests with improved diagnostic capabilities (i.e. improved PCR): sensitivity/specificity to estimate national prevalence
 Development of standardized protocol to perform a swine bioassay with improved sensitivity

The above research method towards procine epidemic diarrhea virus is introduced via the identification of *Index case by conditional Selkov@toolbar, providing an insight into the mutation adventure of the pathogen.
The prrcv assessment observed immune insult at the olfactory receptor. This predicts intervention stratagey as a best method forward. Several best targets are represented.
The introduction of an immune challenge via :paenibacilli, caldicellulosiruptor kronotskyensis, also equine arteritis, or selected haliphillic organic residue.
A cocci, taylorella induced challenge.
After challenge, a primer would be able to observe forward immune response. However, as noted in other sources, the multiplicity of segmented gene fragment in this pathogen set is problematic. Thus, precursor donation would be premised excellent as identification. Observing the paeniibacilli implication, this might be a best choice for primer design. A v cell 5 model at membrane should help this view as regards primer design.

Observing the fact the sweet receptor is missing in mouse, this species would not be a good choice for larger animal model. *expanded challenge. A much better choice would be hedgehog. Why? *as opposed to murine model.
Because of the natural immune response predicated in the larger influenza study. The challenge set would be predicted for longer survival, lowering the cost of assessment.
The cohort numbers would be reduced…easing scientific cost to a study.
A british group recently identified the phylum as tree.
The species differentation should not be too large,, but there are choices. *hedgehog as cohort.

Model of the pathogen via the method of index case.
In a general investigational format, the model of an index case is useful to understand transmission in pathogen to host. Fundamental to the problem of transmission, a modality can be observed by best research forward inclusive of index such as time of latency, active transmission, host immune challenge via receptor, and causal mutagenic shift.
Using the Selkov toolbar, a condition of extrapolated fold is used pre blast challenge. Typically, this model uses high mole weight identifiers pre fold to condition polar affinity as conserved in mutation adventure. The model has been carried forward to stochastical regards in two fairly advanced computational forms.
1. V Cell -5 model. Typically modeled at membrane, the exact protein residue involvment of host and pathogen at membrane are shown in a graphical view. Condition by read of residue mole weight is data entered to represent v mole population, hence forward to equilibrium constants both observable and mallable by including upstream and downcodon orf values.
2. Copasi model- Typically, tools are used to challenge values as shown to observe constants.
These models are used to observe and describe protein interaction of pathogen and host. Having an observationally coherent view of the underlying mechanism of chemistry as regards pathogen host intersection post alignment, the residue values are demonstrated as a best target for compound design and/or immune challenge via residue component. This typically impacts the nature of cohort. By lessening the numbers, costs are reduced. This eases burden of research forward, and rather more directly *is specific by ordination of immune response in host. In the porcine model, olfactory receptor site identified by prior study.
Examination of the orf 1 provided an interesting data set. Here was observed thermophile in concert with a prevotell phage residue, of which sent along to selkov blast, implicated the proteobacteria nitrogen-fixation fruiting body, of which alpha thru zeta was difficult to grade in multispecies determinant, except for the babesia microti – mammal alignment, and the citrus canker…discussed elsewhere.
Exploring this finding did provide the correspondance of bat to pig, with primate lacking a zone of conservation outside of boundry as regards viral conservation. This is a premise of why zoonosis vector did not impact primate, but with particular emphasis on porcine immune weakness via conserved bat interaction with viral residue. Happily, this regionality would be a best selection as regards immune challenge in vaccine. And thus also identify bat as
contributior to viral impact on population. Guano to pen….as it were. A netting shield over habitation should ease the impact.

An expiermental model is suggested. Two like, new habitations should be constructed, identical in every regard. A short distance apart should qualify conditions of husbandry.
Let one have tight, well secured netting, with personnel and machine doorway secured in all condition to bat egress. Let the other be of average build.
Forward thru 24 months of conditional brood stock. Observe any impact of viral zoonosis premised in bat egress, particularly in cold seasonality where warmth and roost is inadvertent in darkness or dim conditions above pen. Let workers understand that
boot washing in dip is critical to conditions. Machine cleanliness also determinant over soils.
Migratory patterns are premised to impact viral load via proximity. Review outbreaks with regard to migratory seasonality? Review screen condition as regards air movement, screening all to allow non passage of bat species.
Perhaps a machine dip could be constructed as access allowed to both. I would premise an inexpensive bleach solution, or a powder as big red….or mixed component. Easing cost burden.
A primer design for bat shedding could be carried to sample, to acertain if premise zoonotic vector is in fact conditioned?
The immune response , premised for vaccine design. To best move forward with unshielded operations.
Conditions observed for 24 months. Results considered.

McGary

AGL data March 2014

Thoughts upon the target for immune response in AGL 73453.1.

The viral insult to cell via binding, unpredictible. A bit unmutable.
Shaped interior, predisposition for cell machinery. Very highly conserved from a
horrible set of conditional alignments in pathogen donor species.
Release and cytokine cascade with arterial involvement.

The collagen basis for therapy seems best really.
THE shape was donor conservation: viral protein mediation via draft sequences.
Pre shape immune response via donor conservation: partial mediation via draft sequence.

wvrikitlafthpkvvdftpaivpglnggvevlhnnlngtvlsqkvlsqdsitdsksllvkcdrrdckvllsskts*73453.1 offered multiple draft assignment from observation via attached residue post Selkov.
While 73456.1 offered the bartonella and interesting high mole weight draft at CDYNQQRQSRT
The model of artifact of viral gene pre vial draft. Should prime the challenged host t cell or conditioned assignment to heavy, light chain….and immune pathway.
Hence: full selkov to all pre cursor to draft.
wlsekeamnednrfitmd
wpvmnhrnkfmailqhhr
wvcifqlqdgktlglki
cdtchspaslppvsek
waencyn
wkvnptvdtgv
wafwenkknft
wttqdegaaig
wipy
wggtch
wwtgwrqwvpagi
wqqwdrqslimf
wseeggph
walrvilaagi
wllttntn
wydlail
wyhasifk
wkmrefhrilvnlkstpqqlce
wghpvlhsekaiq
cdynqqrqsrt
For the interested researcher, you should notice this grouping of NCBI Blast input was saved as search stratagey in a complete set and is available for study.
AT AGL 73456.1
the interior:
WYKCLSNFLSASRRPHQGHA
WYSSRQVQLRLATQIVQMCTA
Blast challenge thus: WYYLSCSLRSQNVFQLLSRALSARTRQRIPVHQQMGCHTAA
Draft assignment was*high mole identifier: CDYNQQRQSRT
Observed paenibacillus curdlanolyticus precursor.Also Bartonella r.

Denge west nile/bat, marsupial, homo s

Phylogenetic Tree Edit and Resubmit Back to Blast Results Download Download alignment
Fasta plus gaps Clustal Phylip Nexus ASN.1

Multiple Alignment Results – marsupial premised shape via protein for viral insult to immune response – Cobalt RID JY37Y45E211 (3 seqs)

Descriptions Select All Align Alignment parameters Alignment Parameters
Gap penalties -11,-1
End-Gap penalties -5,-1
CDD Parameters
Use RPS BLAST on
Blast E-value 0.003
Find Conserved columns and Recompute on
Query Clustering Parameters
Use query clusters on
Word Size 4
Max cluster distance 0.8
Alphabet Regular
Legend for links to other resources: UniGene GEO Gene Structure Map Viewer Accession Description Links
XP_001517397.2 PREDICTED: amiloride-sensitive cation channel 3-like, partial [Ornithorhynchus anatinus] UniGene info linked to XP_001517397.2Gene info linked to XP_001517397.2Genome view with mapviewer linked to XP_001517397.2
ELK05175.1 Anion exchange protein 2 [Pteropus alecto]
BAA25897.1 sodium channel [Homo sapiens] Gene info linked to BAA25897.1Genome view with mapviewer linked to BAA25897.1

Alignments Select All Align Mouse over the sequence identifer for sequence title View Format: Expanded Compact Plain Text [?] Conservation Setting: 1 Bit 2 Bits 3 Bits 4 Bits Identity [?] Available multiple sequence alignment views:
Expanded: This view shows residue conservation: red for conserved residues, blue for columns with no gaps. Gray is for columns containing gaps. Where less than 50% of the sequences contain gaps, they are shown in gray uppercase, greater than 50% will be gray lowercase.
Compact: This view is similar to Expanded, but the unaligned columns are compressed into the bracket form: [x], where x denotes the number of residues for a sequence in the unaligned range.
Plain Text: Simple text with gaps (traditional COBALT view).
Multiple sequence alignment columns with no gaps are colored in blue or red. The red color indicates highly conserved columns and blue indicates less conserved ones. The Conservation Setting can be used to select a threshold for determining which columns are colored in red.

Numerical setting: The number is the relative entropy threshold, in bits, that must be met for an alignment column to be displayed in red. A larger number indicates higher degree of conservation. The relative entropy is computed as: ∑i fi log2 ( fi / pi), where i is residue type, fi is residue frequency observed in the multiple alignment column, and pi is the background residue frequency.
Identity setting: Only columns with one residue type will be colored in red.
XP_001517397 1 MKAVPGGEEA[8]RRPASDIRAFASSCTLHGLGHVFGPGGPTPRRALWAGAVLLSLAAFLYQVAERVRFYGQFHHVTALD 85
ELK05175 1 MKPLSGAEEA RRPASDIRVFASSCTLHGLGHVFGPGRLTPRRGLWAVAVLLSLAAFLYQVAERVRYYGEFHHETALD 77
BAA25897 1 MKPTSGPEEA RRQASDIRVFASNCSMHGLGHVFGPGSLSLRRGMWAAAVVLSVATFLYQVAERVRYYREFHHQTALD 77

XP_001517397 86 EHESHRLTFPAVTLCNVNPLRRSRLTPNDLHWVGAALLDLEPDEHGAFLRALGRPPAPPDFRPSLTYDLAELFARAGHSL 165
ELK05175 78 EVESHQLTFPAVTLCNINPLRRSRLTPNDLHWAGPALLGLEPTEHTAFLRALGRPPAPPGFMPSPTFDTARLYARAGHAL 157
BAA25897 78 ERESHRLIFPAVTLCNINPLRRSRLTPNDLHWAGSALLGLDPAEHAAFLRALGRPPAPPGFMPSPTFDMAQLYARAGHSL 157

XP_001517397 166 DDMLLDCRYRGLPCGPDNFTAIFTRLGQCFIFNSGAGGAELLTTPKGGAGNGLELMLTVQQEEYLPVWKDTEETPFEVGV 245
ELK05175 158 EDMLLDCRYRGQPCGPENFTTTLTRMGQCYTFNSGADGAEPLTTPKGGMGNGLEVMLDVQQDEYLPVWKDMEETLYEAGI 237
BAA25897 158 DDMLLDCRFRGQPCGPENFTTIFTRMGKCYTFNSGADGAELLTTTRGGMGNGLDIMLDVQQEEYLPVWRDNEETPFEVGI 237

XP_001517397 246 RVQIHSQEEPPAIDQLGFGAAPGYQTFVSCQQQRLIFLPRPWGDCSSDPLELESEPGFPGSADPPGPPGSPGLAYSLP– 323
ELK05175 238 RVQIHSQEEPPAIDQLGFGAAPGYQTFVSCQEQQLSFLPPPWGDCSSSSLDPDFEPEPSGPLDPRSPSPGPTPPYTLM– 315
BAA25897 238 RVQIHGHEEPPIIDQLGLGVSPGYQTFVSCQQQQLSFLPPPWGDCSSASLNPNYE—PEPSDPLGSPKPPAPALPIPfm 314

XP_001517397 324 GCRRACEARYVVARCSCRMVHMPGNAPVCSPQQYKACANPALDALLRRDApfCRCPSPCASTRYGKELSMVRLPSRAAAG 403
ELK05175 316 GCRLACETRYVVRKCGCRMMHMPGSSPVCSPQQYKDCANPALDAMLRKDT–CTCSNPCASTRYAKELSMVRMPSRSATR 393
BAA25897 315 GCRLACETRYVARKCGCRMVYMPGDVPVCSPQQYKNCAHPAIDAMLRKDS–CACPNPCASTRYAKELSMVRIPSRAAAR 392

XP_001517397 404 YLARKYNRSEQYIVENVLVLDIFFEALNYETVEQKKAYEVSGLL———————————— 447
ELK05175 394 YLARKYNRSEAYILENVLVLDVFFEALNYETVEQKKAYEVPELLGDIGGQMGLFIGASLLTILEILDYLCEVFRERVLGY 473
BAA25897 393 FLARKFNRREAYIAENVLALDIFFEALNYETVEQKKAYEMSELLGDIGGQMGLFIGASLLTILEILDYLCEVFRDKVLGY 472

XP_001517397 ———————– ——– —————-
ELK05175 474 FWNRKRSrQRHSGTNPPEPESSG SVAPRFPE QDEDELHRT–LGVER[1197] 1715
BAA25897 473 FWNRQHS-QRHSSTNLLQEGLGS[8]SLGPRPPT[6]KTFSASHRTcyLVTQL 532

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AMG 49310.1

Denge non structural protein

wknkelkcgr

wthvndtifir                          draft wkkqitp, wgkakml, wnsleve,wccrsctlppr

edz 68923

xp_001305273

wp_016622009

enterococci f, Streptomyces, t vaganalisis

pattern 61x sg 30x kkehdtagafvnkii 154

             72x cg 36x kv                  kt 154

              84x ng       kv                  kg 154

……….gsnd.

gisn

gqwd   18x     gh.                        The pattern of insult to mammal.

M.

selkov