Published in AIDS Weekly, March 9th, 2009
"The stoichiometry of entry, that is, the number of bonds between such trimers and CD4 that are required for infection, is unknown. Pseudotyped virions that express mixed trimers consisting of functional and nonfunctional envelope proteins have been used to study how many trimer-receptor interactions are required for virus entry....
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