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Victors ID Gene Name Sequence Strain (Species/Organism) NCBI Gene ID NCBI Nucleotide GI NCBI Protein GI Locus Tag Genbank Accession Protein Accession Protein Name Molecule Role Molecule Role Annotation PMID
3028 RABVgp1 Rabies virus 1489853 9627198 RABVgp1 NP_056793.1 nucleoprotein N Virulence factor MUTATION: The N protein of the virulent Nishigahara strain was placed in the background of the avirulent Ni-CE rabies virus to create a chimeric rabies virus. The chimera killed mice after intracereberal inoculation, compared to the Ni-CE strain which is avirulent in mice (Shimizu et al., 2007). 17010466
3029 RABVgp2 Rabies virus 1489854 9627199 RABVgp2 NP_056794.1 phosphoprotein M1 Virulence factor MUTATION: The P protein of the virulent NIshigahara strain was placed in the background of the avirulent Ni-CE rabies virus to create a chimeric rabies virus. The chimera killed mice after intracereberal inoculation, compared to the Ni-CE strain which is avirulent in mice (Carreer, 1992). 1489854
3030 RABVgp3 Rabies virus 1489855 9627200 RABVgp3 NP_056795.1 M2 protein Virulence factor MUTATION: The M protein of the virulent NIshigahara strain was placed in the background of the avirulent Ni-CE rabies virus to create a chimeric rabies virus. The chimera killed mice after intracereberal inoculation, compared to the Ni-CE strain which is avirulent in mice (Shimizu et al., 2007). 17010466
3031 RABVgp4 Rabies virus 1489856 9627201 RABVgp4 NP_056796.1 transmembrane glycoprotein G Virulence factor MUTATION: G protein from the virulent Nishigahara strain was recombined with the RC-HL genome an attenuated rabies virus. The chimeric virus killed mice when given by intracerebral inoculation. The RC-HL rabies virus normally is attenuated in mice, and therefore the G protein can be considered a virulence factor of rabies virus (Ito et al., 2001). 11533176