Intrinsically unstructured regions in the C domain of the influenza virus M1 protein

@article{Ksenofontov2011IntrinsicallyUR,
  title={Intrinsically unstructured regions in the C domain of the influenza virus M1 protein},
  author={Alexander L Ksenofontov and Eugeny N. Dobrov and Natalia Vasilievna Fedorova and Victor A Radyukhin and Gennadii A. Badun and Alexander Migranovich Arutyunyan and Elena N Bogacheva and Ludmila A. Baratova},
  journal={Molecular Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={45},
  pages={634-640}
}
The M1 matrix protein of the influenza virus is one of the main structural components of the virion that performs several different functions in the infected cell. X-ray analysis (with 2.08 Å resolution) has been performed for the N-terminal part of the M1 protein (residues 2–158) but not for its C-terminal domain (159–252). In the present study, we analyzed the structure of the M1 protein of the influenza virus A/Puerto Rico/8/34 (H1N1) strain in acidic solution using tritium planigraphy. The… CONTINUE READING

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