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Host cell-dependent replication of HIV-1 gag MA, CA, and NC mutants are independent of the functions of Vif and Vpu



Host cell-dependent replication of HIV-1 gag MA, CA, and NC mutants are independent of the functions of Vif and Vpu



International Journal of Molecular Medicine 3(1): 91-94



We have previously shown that some gag gene mutants of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) display a replication-defect in a cell-dependent manner. We and others have also demonstrated that the requirement of vif and vpu genes for HIV-1 replication is cell-dependent. To determine whether the cell-dependent growth of the HIV-1 gag mutants is related to the functions of Vif and Vpu, double mutants of gag-vif and gag-vpu were constructed, and monitored for their replication in various cell lines. The results obtained showed that the mutations in gag do not affect the cell-dependent functions of Vif and Vpu.

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