Binding of an influenza A virus to a neomembrane measured by surface plasmon resonance.

@article{Critchley2004BindingOA,
  title={Binding of an influenza A virus to a neomembrane measured by surface plasmon resonance.},
  author={Peter Critchley and Nigel J. Dimmock},
  journal={Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={12 10},
  pages={2773-80}
}
Neomembranes composed of either bovine brain lipid that contains sialoglycolipids or egg yolk lecithin that does not, were formed on an HPA sensor chip and used to study the binding of influenza A virus in real time by surface plasmon resonance. Virus bound only to the bovine brain lipid membrane. This was confirmed by an 84% reduction in virus binding after treatment of the neomembrane with neuraminidase. Binding was temperature dependent, being highest at 30-35 degrees C and lower at 10… CONTINUE READING
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