Pre-glycoprotein polyprotein GP complex - Q911P0 (GLYC_WWAVU)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for Q911P0: 1
 
Function
Stable signal peptide (SSP) is cleaved but is apparently retained as the third component of the GP complex. The SSP is required for efficient glycoprotein expression, post-translational cleavage of GP1 and GP2, glycoprotein transport to the cell plasma membrane, formation of infectious virus particles, and acid pH-dependent glycoprotein-mediated cell fusion. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Glycoprotein G1 is a homotrimer; disulfide-linked. Glycoprotein G2 is a homotrimer. GP2 homotrimers bind with GP1 homotrimers to form, with the stable signal peptide, the GP-complex. GP-complex interacts with protein Z, which interacts with ribonucleocapsid; these interactions supposely induce virion budding. UniProt
Domain
The cytoplasmic domain of GP2 binds to the SSP. UniProt
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