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Default Mapping the Interactions between the NS4B and NS3 Proteins of Dengue Virus - Journal of Virology

Mapping the Interactions between the NS4B and NS3 Proteins of Dengue Virus - Journal of Virology



Mapping the Interactions between the NS4B and NS3 Proteins of Dengue Virus
Journal of Virology
Using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), we found that the isolated cytoplasmic loop of NS4B is flexible, with a tendency to form a three-turn α-helix and two short β-strands. Upon binding to the NS3 helicase, 12 amino acids within the cytoplasmic loop ...


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