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Figure S1. Electrostatic potential surface maps show that point mutations at D87 and E99 lead to accumulation of basic charges at interhexameric interfaces.TIFF image

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Figure S2: Histogram of the connecting residues in the accumulated suboptimal paths. L77, V80, A83, S135, A139 were consistently observed as the most connected residues in WT (A), D87E (B), A134V (C) and D87E/A134V (D). The white panel on the left shows the residues on the monomer where residues 87 and 145 situated, the gray panel on the right describes the residues on the neighboring monomer.TIFF image

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Title:Contributions of charged residues in structurally dynamic capsid surface loops to Rous sarcoma virus assembly
Author(s):Heyrana, Katrina; Goh, Boon Chong; Perilla, Juan R.; Nguyen, Tam-Linh; England, Matthew; Bewley, Maria; Schulten, Klaus; Craven, Rebecca
Subject(s):Rous sarcoma virus
Abstract:Contributions of charged residues in structurally dynamic capsid surface loops to Rous sarcoma virus assembly
Issue Date:2016
Genre:Data
Type:Image
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/89695
Date Available in IDEALS:2016-03-24


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