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A newly identified hantavirus, tentatively called Four Corners virus (FCV), was found to be the aetiological agent of a 1993 outbreak of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) in the southwestern United States. Immunodominant epitopes of 43 and 31 amino acids were identified in the nucleocapsid protein and G1 glycoprotein, respectively. The G1 genes of(More)
The Sin Nombre virus (SNV) is the etiologic agent of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in humans but does not cause disease in chronically infected deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus), the natural host. In this study, murine antiserum raised against recombinant SNV nucleocapsid protein was utilized to localize viral antigen immunohistochemically in tissues from(More)
Review Steroid hormone receptors and their regulation by phosphorylation by N.L. Weigel 657–667 Research Papers Proteins Fourier transform IR spectroscopic study of hydration-induced structure changes in the solid state of ω-gliadins Amino acid sequence and molecular modelling of glycoprotein IIb-IIIa and fibronectin receptor iso-antagonists from(More)
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