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envelope protein

Polypeptide Composition of Envelopes of Spinach Chloroplasts: Two Major Proteins Occupy 90% of Outer Envelope Membranes

A novel family of plant nuclear envelope-associated proteins

Translocation of proteins across the cell envelope of Gram-positive bacteria

Discriminant envelope protein profiles between Pseudomonas syringae pv. pisi and P. syringae pv. syringae

Snapshot of the interaction between HIV envelope glycoprotein 120 and protein disulfide isomerase

Antibodies Targeting Linear Determinants of the Envelope Protein Protect Mice against West Nile Virus

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Envelope Protein gp120 Impairs Intracellular Antifungal Mechanisms in Human Monocytes

Autophagy-mediated degradation of nuclear envelope proteins during oncogene-induced senescence

Inner nuclear envelope protein SUN1 plays a prominent role in mammalian mRNA export

Recent advances in understanding plant nuclear envelope proteins involved in nuclear morphology

Function of nuclear membrane proteins in shaping the nuclear envelope integrity during closed mitosis

Dengue virus type 2 envelope protein displayed as recombinant phage attachment protein reveals potential cell binding sites

Response of primed human PBMC to synthetic peptides derived from hepatitis B virus envelope proteins: a search for promiscuous epitopes

Neurovirulence of four encephalitogenic dengue 3 virus strains isolated in Malaysia (1992–1994) is not attributed to their envelope protein

Self-organization of cellular structures induced by the overexpression of nuclear envelope proteins: a correlative light and electron microscopy study

Generation and envelope protein analysis of internalization defective Brucella abortus mutants in professional phagocytes, RAW 264.7

A holin remnant protein encoded by STY1365 is involved in envelope stability of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi

The Cyclic AMP-Binding Protein CbpB in Brucella melitensis and its role in cell envelope integrity, resistance to detergent and virulence

 

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Any protein (usually a glycoprotein) of the envelope of a virus. Example: envelope polyprotein gp160 precursor of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1: residues 1–29 are the signal peptide; 30–509 ...

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