Published in AIDS Weekly, January 18th, 2010
"Plasmon waveguide resonance (PWR) experiments showed that p6 strongly interacts with membranes (K-d similar to 40 nM), which may help explaining in part why Gag is targeted to and assembles into membranes by coating itself with lipids. Moreover, a substantial increased affinity of Vpr for p6 was observed while in a membrane environment. In order to further...
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