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An engineered retroviral proteinase from myeloblastosis associated virus acquires p H dependence and substrate specificity of the Hiv-1 proteinase


An engineered retroviral proteinase from myeloblastosis associated virus acquires p H dependence and substrate specificity of the Hiv-1 proteinase



The Embo Journal 11(3): 1141-1144



DOI: 10.1002/j.1460-2075.1992.tb05154.x


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