The HIV-1 late domain-2 S40A polymorphism in antiretroviral (or ART)-exposed individuals influences protease inhibitor susceptibility.

Watanabe, Susan M.
Simon, Viviana.
Durham, Natasha D.
Kemp, Brittney R.
Machihara, Satoshi.
Kemal, Kimdar Sherefa.
Shi, Binshan.
Foley, Brian.
Li, Hongru.
Chen, Benjamin K.
Weiser, Barbara.
Burger, Harold.
Anastos, Kathryn.
Chen, Chaoping.
Carter, Carol A.
2016

Background: The p6 region of the HIV-1 structural precursor polyprotein, Gag, contains two motifs, P7TAP11 and L35YPLXSL41, designated as late (L) domain-1 and -2, respectively. These motifs bind the ESCRT-I factor Tsg101 and the ESCRT adaptor Alix, respectively, and are critical for efficient budding of virus particles from the plasma me... read more

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Watanabe, Susan, Viviana Simon, Natasha D. Durham, Brittney R. Kemp, Satoshi Machihara, Kimdar Sherefa Kemal, Binshan Shi, Brian Foley, Hongru Li, Benjamin K. Chen, Barbara Weiser, Harold Burger, Kathryn Anastos, Chaoping Chen, and Carol A. Carter. "The HIV-1 late domain-2 S40A polymorphism in antiretroviral (or ART)-exposed individuals influences protease inhibitor susceptibility." Retrovirology 13, no. 1 (12, 2016): 1-14.
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