Coronavirus (CoV) proteins in GtoPdb v.2022.3

Stephen P.H. Alexander (Author)

University of Nottingham https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4417-497X

Jonathan K. Ball (Author)

University of Nottingham https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5773-8733

Theocharis Tsoleridis (Author)

University of Nottingham https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9685-6318

Period(s):
GtoPdb_general: generated Wed Oct 19 12:37:07 2022; family F1034, Coronavirus (CoV) proteins; version 2022.3., GtoPdb_hierarchy: ( F1034 O3116 O3111 O3117 O3118 O3123 O3120 O3198 O3206 O3121 O3132 O3115 O3119 O3122 O3124 O3125 O3139 O3114 I1034 ), GtoPdb_authors: 532 1077 1078, GtoPdb_references: 38908 38932 38947 38951 38968 38972 38975 38977 39035 39036 39039 39040 39041 39042 39043 39044 39045 39046 39047 39048 39049 39050 39052 39053 39054 39055 39056 39057 39058 39059 39060 39061 39062 39063 39064 39065 39068 39069 39070 39071 39072 39073 39074 39075 39076 39077 39078 39079 39080 39081 39082 39083 39086 39099 39102 39110 39114 39403 39404 39408 39508 39756 39758 39759 39772 39773 39775 39776 39777 39778 39781 39934 39935 39974 39975 39976 39977 39978 39979 40004 40005 40142 40143 40144 40146 40218 40219 40220 40221 40222 40311 40418 40433 40461 40468 40476 40482 40614 40995 41121 41381 41394 41395 41396 41449 41450 41460 41534 41543 41756 41928 41929 41930 41957 41965 41968 41988 41990 41991 42109 42110 42152 42159 42448 42465 42474 42508 42553 42555 42556 42559 42561 42562 42563 42570 42571 42572 42591 42592 42593 42618 42620 42779 42780 42925 43070 43104 43105 43106 43107 43143 43276 43277 43278 43279 43285 43360 43361 43418 43486 43487 43491 43544 43575 43576 43577 43595 43596 43656 43740 43741 43742 43816 43817 44170 44171 44172 44173 44174 44175 44176 44177 44178 44179 44185 44189 44190 44191

Abstract


Coronaviruses are large, often spherical, enveloped, single-stranded positive-sense RNA viruses, ranging in size from 80-220 nm. Their genomes and protein structures are highly conserved. Three coronaviruses have emerged over the last 20 years as serious human pathogens: SARS-CoV was identified as the causative agent in an outbreak in 2002-2003, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) CoV emerged in 2012 and the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 emerged in 2019-2020. SARS-CoV-2 is the virus responsible for the infectious disease termed COVID-19 (WHO Technical Guidance 2020).

Published
13-Oct-2022
How to Cite
Alexander, S. P., Ball, J. K. and Tsoleridis, T. (2022) “Coronavirus (CoV) proteins in GtoPdb v.2022.3”, IUPHAR/BPS Guide to Pharmacology CITE, 2022(3). doi: 10.2218/gtopdb/F1034/2022.3.
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Summaries