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Influenza A/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99 (H16N3)

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ProductMoleculeCat No.Package/Price 
Influenza A H16N3 (A/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99) Hemagglutinin / HA Protein (His Tag)HA11711-V08B-100
11711-V08B-50
100 µg/
50 µg/
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Influenza A H16N3 (A/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99) Hemagglutinin / HA Protein (His Tag)HA11711-V08H-50
11711-V08H-100
11711-V08H-10
50 µg/
100 µg/
10 µg/
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Influenza A H16N3 (A/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99) Hemagglutinin Protein (HA1 Subunit) (His Tag)HA11711-V08H1-50
11711-V08H1-100
50 µg/
100 µg/
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    InfluenzaA/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99 H16N3Background

    Influenza A viruses are negative sense, single-stranded, segmented RNA viruses. The surface of influenza viruses are covered with two types of proteins, known as the haemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N), which, in electron microscope images, appear as a fringe or spikes projecting from the surface. These two proteins are continually changing by mutation to produce new strains of the virus, a process referred to as 'antigenic drift'. In addition, there are a number of different subtypes of influenza A with quite different haemagglutinins and neuraminidases and occasionally a new subtype of influenza A becomes established in the human population - this is known as 'antigenic shift'. Influenza hemagglutinin (HA) is responsible for binding the virus to the cell that is being infected. Influenza Neuraminidase is an enzyme on the surface of influenza viruses that enables the virus to be released from the host cell. There are 16 different H antigens (H1 to H16) and nine different N antigens (N1 to N9). The last, H16, was discovered only recently on influenza A viruses isolated from black-headed gulls from Sweden and Norway in 1999 and reported in the literature in 2005. The research found that H16N3 viruses may contain gene segments with unique phylogenetic positions.

    Sino Biological Inc offers Recombinant Hemagglutinin Protein from the A/black-headed gull/Sweden/5/99 (H16N3) for research.

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