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Diminerization of Hepatitis E Virus Capsid Protein E2s Domain is Essential for Virus-Host Interaction

Diminerization of Hepatitis E Virus Capsid Protein E2s Domain is Essential for Virus-Host Interaction,10.1371/journal.ppat.1000537.t001,PLOS Pathogens

Diminerization of Hepatitis E Virus Capsid Protein E2s Domain is Essential for Virus-Host Interaction   (Citations: 9)
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Journal: PLOS Pathogens - PLOS PATHOG , vol. 5, no. 8, 2009
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    • ...Further experiments showed that this domain lies in the protruding region of the HEV capsid that is likely to be involved in host interactions for effective propagation of viral infection [3]...
    • ...We have previously shown that the E2s domain is the shortest fragment of HEV ORF2 needed for dimerization and neutralization function [3, 31, 32]; the E2s domain is located in the protruding part of the virus shell [33, 34]...
    • ...Structurally, it could serve as a putative receptor binding site being on the outmost part of virus shell [3, 35]...
    • ...identified the groove region as being associated with the interaction between E2s and neutralizing antibodies by alanine scanning mutagenesis [3]...

    Hai Yuet al. Homology model and potential virus-capsid binding site of a putative H...

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