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Default NMR Experiments Shed New Light on Glycan Recognition by Human and Murine Norovirus Capsid Proteins

NMR Experiments Shed New Light on Glycan Recognition by Human and Murine Norovirus Capsid Proteins

Glycan-protein interactions are highly specific yet transient, rendering glycans ideal recognition signals in a variety of biological processes. In human norovirus (HuNoV) infection, histo-blood group antigens (HBGAs) play an essential but poorly understood role. For murine norovirus infection (MNV), sialylated glycolipids or glycoproteins appear to be important. It has also been suggested that HuNoV capsid proteins bind to sialylated ganglioside head groups. Here, we study the binding of HBGAs...

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