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A Heptad Repeat in Herpes Simplex Virus 1 gH, Located Downstream of the a-Helix with Attributes of a Fusion Peptide, Is Critical for Virus Entry and Fusion


A Heptad Repeat in Herpes Simplex Virus 1 gH, Located Downstream of the a-Helix with Attributes of a Fusion Peptide, Is Critical for Virus Entry and Fusion



Journal of Virology 79(11): 42-9



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A Heptad Repeat in Herpes Simplex Virus 1 gH, Located Downstream of the -Helix with Attributes of a Fusion Peptide, Is Critical for Virus Entry and Fusion. Journal of Virology 81(5): 2540-2540, 2007

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