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Interaction of peptides with sequences from the Newcastle disease virus fusion protein heptad repeat regions


Interaction of peptides with sequences from the Newcastle disease virus fusion protein heptad repeat regions



Journal of Virology 73(7): 5945-5956



ISSN/ISBN: 0022-538X

PMID: 10364347

Typical of many viral fusion proteins, the sequence of the Newcastle disease virus (NDV) fusion protein has several heptad repeat regions. One, HR1, is located just carboxyl terminal to the fusion peptide, while the other, HR2, is located adjacent to the transmembrane domain. The structure and function of a synthetic peptide with a sequence from the region of the NDV HR1 region (amino acids 150 to 173) were characterized.

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