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Default Determinants of Dengue Virus NS4A Protein Oligomerization - Journal of Virology

Determinants of Dengue Virus NS4A Protein Oligomerization - Journal of Virology



Determinants of Dengue Virus NS4A Protein Oligomerization
Journal of Virology
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis of NS4A amino acids 17 to 80 suggests that residues L31, L52, E53, G66, and G67 could participate in oligomerization. Ala substitution for 15 flavivirus conserved NS4A residues revealed that these amino acids ...


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