HA epitope

Olav Hungnes olav.hungnes at labmed.uio.no
Tue Feb 9 17:27:46 EST 1999


A BLAST search at the Influenza database http://www-flu.lanl.gov/
turned up a horrible lot of influenza virus A hemaglutinin genes, 100%
match. Positions 98-106 in most of them.

Olav



On Tue, 09 Feb 1999 18:42:31 GMT, Nick Theodorakis
<theodorn at gusun.georgetown.edu> wrote:

>In article <36C0389A.5648A009 at pitt.edu>,
>  rdudley+ at pitt.edu wrote:
>> I believe it is YPYDVPDYA.  There are several, though, so you want to do
>> thorough checking of what epitope was used to produce the antibody you
>> have/want to buy.  If is derived from Haemophilus influenzae (sp?).
>> There are a number of antibody-related sites and companies you can go to
>> for information.
>>
>> rich
>
>Are you sure? I thought it was from influenza virus hemagglutinin (not sure
>which strain, though).
>
>
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