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Old 11-04-2013, 03:04 PM
 
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Scientists have inched closer to the goal of understanding the structure of the HIV trimer, an envelope glycoprotein that the virus uses to establish contact with the human cells it will infect, according to new research published last week. The new findings clash with previously published results, prompting calls for the earlier paper to be retracted.

Prefusion structure of trimeric HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein determined by cryo-electron microscopy
http://www.nature.com/nsmb/journal/v...nsmb.2711.html

Crystal Structure of a Soluble Cleaved HIV-1 Envelope Trimer
Crystal Structure of a Soluble Cleaved HIV-1 Envelope Trimer

Cryo-EM Structure of a Fully Glycosylated Soluble Cleaved HIV-1 Envelope Trimer
Cryo-EM Structure of a Fully Glycosylated Soluble Cleaved HIV-1 Envelope Trimer


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