Modulation of HIV protease flexibility by the T80N mutation.

@article{Zhou2015ModulationOH,
  title={Modulation of HIV protease flexibility by the T80N mutation.},
  author={Hao Zhou and Shangyang Li and John Badger and Ellen A. Nalivaika and Yufeng Cai and Jennifer E Foulkes-Murzycki and Celia A Schiffer and Lee Makowski},
  journal={Proteins},
  year={2015},
  volume={83 11},
  pages={1929-39}
}
The flexibility of HIV protease (HIVp) plays a critical role in enabling enzymatic activity and is required for substrate access to the active site. While the importance of flexibility in the flaps that cover the active site is well known, flexibility in other parts of the enzyme is also critical for function. One key region is a loop containing Thr 80, which forms the walls of the active site. Although not situated within the active site, amino acid Thr80 is absolutely conserved. The mutation… CONTINUE READING
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