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In eukaryotic cells, surface expression of most type I transmembrane proteins requires translation and simultaneous insertion of the precursor protein into the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membrane for subsequent routing to the cell surface. This co-translational translocation pathway is initiated when a hydrophobic N-terminal signal peptide (SP) on the(More)
Previous studies in our laboratory proved that certain functional groups are able to mimic the pyrophosphate moiety and act as leaving groups in the enzymatic polymerization of deoxyribonucleic acids by HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. When the potential leaving group possesses two carboxylic acid moieties linked to the nucleoside via a phosphoramidate bond, it(More)
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