Julia Medvedovska

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Viruses conditionally replicating in cancer cells form an attractive novel class of antitumoral agents. To engineer such viruses infectivity can be coupled with proteolytic activity of the target cell by modifying the envelope (Env) protein of murine leukaemia virus (MLV) with blocking domains that prevent cell entry unless they are cleaved off by(More)
Membrane fusion plays a key role in many biological processes including vesicle trafficking, synaptic transmission, fertilization or cell entry of enveloped viruses. As a common feature the fusion process is mediated by distinct membrane proteins. We describe here 'Fusoselect', a universal procedure allowing the identification and engineering of molecular(More)
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