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Default Cholesterol-binding site of the influenza M2 protein in lipid bilayers from solid-state NMR [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

Cholesterol-binding site of the influenza M2 protein in lipid bilayers from solid-state NMR [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

Matthew R. Elkins, Jonathan K. Williams, Martin D. Gelenter, Peng Dai, Byungsu Kwon, Ivan V. Sergeyev, Bradley L. Pentelute, Mei Hong...
Date: 2017-12-05

The influenza M2 protein not only forms a proton channel but also mediates membrane scission in a cholesterol-dependent manner to cause virus budding and release. The atomic interaction of cholesterol with M2, as with most eukaryotic membrane proteins, has long been elusive. We have now determined the cholesterol-binding site of... Read More


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