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HIV Envelope Glycoprotein

PDB ID: 4NCO

Envelope glycoprotein attaches HIV to the cells that it infects and powers fusion of the virus with the cell membrane. This structure includes the portion of the molecule that extends from the viral membrane, along with several broadly-neutralizing antibodies.

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Reference

PDB ID: 4NCO , Pubmed

Crystal structure of a soluble cleaved HIV-1 envelope trimer.

Julien, J.P., Cupo, A., Sok, D., Stanfield, R.L., Lyumkis, D., Deller, M.C., Klasse, P.J., Burton, D.R., Sanders, R.W., Moore, J.P., Ward, A.B., Wilson, I.A.

Journal: (2013) Science 342: 1477-1483


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