Analysis of the RNA chaperoning activity of the hepatitis C virus core protein on the conserved 30X region of the viral genome

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The core protein of hepatitis c virus (HCV) is a structural protein with potent RNA chaperoning activities mediated by its hydrophilic N-terminal domain D1, which is thought to play a key role in HCV replication. To further characterize the core chaperoning properties, we studied the interactions between core D1 and the conserved HCV 30X genomic region… (More)

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