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The HIV-1 viral infectivity factor (Vif) is required for productive infection of non-permissive cells, including most natural HIV-1 targets, where it counteracts the antiviral activities of the cellular cytosine deaminases APOBEC-3G (A3G) and A3F. Vif is a multimeric protein and the conserved proline-rich domain (161)PPLP(164) regulating Vif oligomerization(More)
The gene for mouse vas deferens protein (MVDP) is expressed, under androgenic control, exclusively in the epithelial cells of the deferent duct. As a first step in correlating cell-specific and hormonal regulations with the structure of the gene, the complete sequence of the MVDP gene (11 kb) and 0.5 kb of the 5' flanking region have been determined. The(More)
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