Influenza B virus neuraminidase can synthesize its own inhibitor.

@article{Burmeister1993InfluenzaBV,
  title={Influenza B virus neuraminidase can synthesize its own inhibitor.},
  author={W. Burmeister and B. Henrissat and C. Bosso and S. Cusack and R. Ruigrok},
  journal={Structure},
  year={1993},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={
          19-26
        }
}
BACKGROUND Neuraminidase, one of the two surface glycoproteins of influenza virus, cleaves terminal sialic acid residues from glycolipids or glycoproteins. Its crystal structure is known at high resolution, but the mechanism of glycosyl hydrolysis remains unclear. RESULTS We have determined the crystal structure at 1.8 A resolution of two complexes of influenza B/Beijing neuraminidase containing either the reaction product, sialic acid, or the transition state analogue inhibitor, 2,3-dehydro… Expand
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