This figure shows the coding region of the P gene (838 amino acids). The red is the coding region and the yellow boxes are the putative transmembrane regions. Missense mutations are on the top and nonsense, frameshift and splice site mutations are on the bottom.
GenBank Accession for mRNA sequence (M99564).
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