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         Cytomegalovirus:     more books (100)
  1. Human cytomegalovirus infection;: Journal articles, a collection of selected papers by James Barry Hanshaw, 1971
  2. In Vitro susceptibility of peripheral lymphocytes: To infection by human cytomegalovirus; by Anita Mary Weisser, 1975
  3. Cytomegalovirus by Monto Ho, 2007-01-01
  4. Characterization of a cytomegalovirus from a human adenocarcinoma of the colon (University of Hawaii) by Sandra Matsuko Horikami, 1978
  6. Cytomegalovirus infections of man
  7. Viral Proteins Counteracting Host Defenses
  8. Immunobiology of Natural Killer Cell Receptors (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology)
  9. Pathogenicity of Human Herpesviruses due to Specific Pathogenicity Genes (Frontiers of Virology)
  10. Immunology, Phenotype First: How Mutations Have Established New Principles and Pathways in Immunology (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology)
  11. Persistent erythema multiforme and CMV infection.(CASE REPORTS): An article from: Journal of Drugs in Dermatology by Molly Wanner, Marlyanne Pol-Rodriguez, et all 2007-03-01
  12. Postnatally acquired CMV infection caused severe illness.(INFECTIOUS DISEASES): An article from: Pediatric News by Susan London, 2010-06-01
  13. Dried blood spot PCR lacks sensitivity to newborn CMV.(INFECTIOUS DISEASES)(Clinical report): An article from: Family Practice News by Mary Ann Moon, 2010-05-01
  14. Dried blood spot testing is promising for CMV screening; preliminary findings in neonates.(Children's Health): An article from: Family Practice News

101. Cytomegalovirus Protease - Chime
cytomegalovirus Protease. At present a wire frame image of the structure of the cytomegalovirus protease is shown below. There are
Cytomegalovirus Protease At present a wire frame image of the structure of the cytomegalovirus protease is shown below. There are four monomers that make up the tetrameric protease (shades of green and blue). In each monomer you can see the peptide (green, yellow, brown and red).
The molecule can be rotated at any time by left clicking the mouse on the molecule and dragging the mouse with the left button depressed. Or you can switch on rotation using the buttons below. To return to the original wire-frame structure, use the reload/refresh button on your browser. Human CMV protease is essential for the production of mature infectious virions, as it performs proteolytic processing near the carboxy terminus (M-site) of the viral assembly protein precursor. hCMV protease is a serine protease, although it has little homology to other clans of serine proteases. The crystal structure of hCMV protease at 2.0 angstroms resolution is shown here in association with a peptide that mimics the viral protein to be cleaved. The inhibitor is bound in an extended conformation, forming an anti-parallel beta-sheet with the protease. Ser 132 and His 63 are found in close proximity in the active site. The structure suggests that the third member of the triad is probably His 157. A dimer of the protease with an extensive interface is found in the crystal structure. The two dimers make fewer contacts with each other.

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