Fusion of cyclophilin A to Fv1 enables cyclosporine-sensitive restriction of human and feline immunodeficiency viruses.


TRIM5alpha is a potent intracellular antiviral restriction factor governing species-specific retroviral replication. In the New World species owl monkey the coding region for the viral binding B30.2 domain of TRIM5alpha has been replaced by a cyclophilin A (CypA) pseudogene by retrotransposition. The resultant TRIM5-CypA fusion protein restricts human… (More)


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