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Accession: PRJNA15500 ID: 15500

Severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus

SARS coronavirus, a causative agent for acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in humans. In the wild, the virus is hosted by horseshoe bats (genus Rhinolopus).

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In humans, the virus causes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), a disease that has apparently emerged in 2002. More...
Project Data Type: RefSeq Genome
Attributes:Scope: Monoisolate; Material: Genome; Capture: Whole
Project Data:
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Sequence data
Nucleotide (Genomic RNA)1
Protein Sequences14
Publications
PubMed16
PMC4
Publications:
  • Chang CK et al., "Modular organization of SARS coronavirus nucleocapsid protein.", J Biomed Sci, 2005 Oct 14;13(1):59-72
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Submission:
Registration date: 27-Jul-2005
NCBI, based on data from:
- BCCA Genome Sciences Centre, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and National Microbiology Laboratory Canada
- British Columbia Cancer Research Centre, Genome Sciences Centre, Canada, Vancouver

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