Structural characterization of semen coagulum-derived SEM1(86-107) amyloid fibrils that enhance HIV-1 infection
- Author(s): Roan, Nadia
- French, KC
- Roan, NR
- Makhatadze, GI
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttp://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4039337?pdf=render
SEM1(86-107) is a 22-residue peptide corresponding to residues 86-107 in the semenogelin I protein. SEM1(86-107) is an abundant component of freshly liquefied semen and forms amyloid fibrils capable of enhancing HIV infection. To probe the factors affectin
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