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Rotaviruses are nonenveloped viruses that infect enterocytes of the small intestine and cause severe infantile gastroenteritis. It was previously thought that rotavirus exits cells by lysis, but this(More)
Envelope glycoproteins (Env) of retroviruses are trimers of SU (surface) and TM (transmembrane) heterodimers and are expressed on virions in fusion-competent forms that are likely to be metastable.(More)
Three in-frame potential methionine codons have been identified in human factor IX gene and are clustered at amino acids -46, -41 and -39. In view of initiating a gene therapy approach, human factor(More)