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Dimer Initiation Signal of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1: Its Role in Partner Selection during RNA Copackaging and Its Effects on Recombination
ABSTRACT Frequent human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) recombination occurs during DNA synthesis when portions of the two copackaged RNAs are used as templates to generate a hybrid DNA copy.Expand
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HIV-1 RNA dimerization: It takes two to tango.
Each viral particle of HIV-1, the infectious agent of AIDS, contains two copies of the full-length viral genomic RNA. Encapsidating two copies of genomic RNA is one of the characteristics of theExpand
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Suboptimal inhibition of protease activity in human immunodeficiency virus type 1: effects on virion morphogenesis and RNA maturation.
Protease activity within nascently released human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) particles is responsible for the cleavage of the viral polyproteins Gag and Gag-Pol into their constituentExpand
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A Penalty Aware Memory Allocation Scheme for Key-Value Cache
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We propose a Penalty Aware Memory Allocation scheme (PAMA) that takes all three factors into account. Expand
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APOBEC3G induces a hypermutation gradient: purifying selection at multiple steps during HIV-1 replication results in levels of G-to-A mutations that are high in DNA, intermediate in cellular viral
BackgroundNaturally occurring Vif variants that are unable to inhibit the host restriction factor APOBEC3G (A3G) have been isolated from infected individuals. A3G can potentially induce G-to-AExpand
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Generation of neutralizing aptamers against herpes simplex virus type 2: potential components of multivalent microbicides.
The prophylactic use of topical antiviral agents has recently been validated by the reduction in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 infection incidence seen using tonofovir-containingExpand
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Delineation of the Preferences and Requirements of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Dimerization Initiation Signal by Using an In Vivo Cell-Based Selection Approach
ABSTRACT HIV-1 packages two copies of RNA into one particle, and the dimerization initiation signal (DIS) in the viral RNA plays an important role in selecting the copackaged RNA partner. We analyzedExpand
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Multiple barriers to recombination between divergent HIV-1 variants revealed by a dual-marker recombination assay.
Recombination is a major force for generating human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) diversity and produces numerous recombinants circulating in the human population. We previously established aExpand
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HIV-1 recombination: an experimental assay and a phylogenetic approach.
The generation of genetic diversity is a fundamental characteristic of HIV-1 replication, allowing the virus to successfully evade the immune response and antiviral therapies. Although mutations areExpand
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Intramolecular oxonium ylide formation-[2,3] sigmatropic rearrangement of diazocarbonyl-substituted cyclic unsaturated acetals: a formal synthesis of hyperolactone C.
Rh(II)-catalyzed oxonium ylide formation-[2,3] sigmatropic rearrangement of α-diazo-β-ketoesters possessing γ-cyclic unsaturated acetal substitution, followed by acid-catalyzedExpand
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