Published in Virus Weekly, November 11th, 2008
"In the present study, we performed in vitro assembly using alpha-S with or without the attachment of artificial leucine zippers (Zips) capable of forming either parallel or antiparallel coiled coils and included a spacer in one derivative. Results showed that Zips accelerate filament assembly in both the parallel and antiparallel fashions, that a precise...
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