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    1. Mooij, P; Heeney, JL
      Rational development of prophylactic HIV vaccines based on structural and regulatory proteins

      VACCINE
    2. Le Blanc, I; Grange, MP; Delamarre, L; Rosenberg, AR; Blot, V; Pique, C; Dokhelar, MC
      HTLV-1 structural proteins

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    3. Iwatani, Y; Ueno, T; Nishimura, A; Zhang, XY; Hattori, T; Ishimoto, A; Ito, M; Sakai, H
      Modification of virus infectivity by cytoplasmic tail of HIV-1 TM protein

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    4. Buonaguro, L; Buonaguro, FM; Tornesello, ML; Mantas, D; Beth-Giraldo, E; Wagner, R; Michelson, S; Prevost, MC; Wolf, H; Giraldo, G
      High efficient production of Pr55(gag) virus-like particles expressing multiple HIV-1 epitopes, including a gp120 protein derived from an Ugandan HIV-1 isolate of subtype A

      ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH
    5. West, JT; Johnston, PB; Dubay, SR; Hunter, E
      Mutations within the putative membrane-spanning domain of the simian immunodeficiency virus transmembrane glycoprotein define the minimal requirements for fusion, incorporation, and infectivity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Kliger, Y; Gallo, SA; Peisajovich, SG; Munoz-Barroso, I; Avkin, S; Blumenthal, R; Shai, Y
      Mode of action of an antiviral peptide from HIV-1 - Inhibition at a post-lipid mixing stage

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Schibli, DJ; Montelaro, RC; Vogel, HJ
      The membrane-proximal tryptophan-rich region of the HIV glycoprotein, gp41, forms a well-defined helix in dodecylphosphocholine micelles

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Nieva, JL; Suarez, T
      Hydrophobic-at-interface regions in viral fusion protein ectodomains

      BIOSCIENCE REPORTS
    9. Dutch, RE; Jardetzky, TS; Lamb, RA
      Virus membrane fusion proteins: Biological machines that undergo a metamorphosis

      BIOSCIENCE REPORTS
    10. Li, Y; Luo, LZ; Thomas, DY; Kang, CY
      The HIV-1 Env protein signal sequence retards its cleavage and down-regulates the glycoprotein folding

      VIROLOGY
    11. Lerner, DL; Elder, JH
      Expanded host cell tropism and cytopathic properties of feline immunodeficiency virus strain PPR subsequent to passage through interleukin-2-independent T cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    12. Gervay, J; McReynolds, KD
      Utilization of ELISA technology to measure biological activities of carbohydrates relevant in disease states

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    13. Xu, YN; Tamamura, H; Arakaki, R; Nakashima, H; Zhang, XY; Fujii, N; Uchiyama, T; Hattori, T
      Marked increase in anti-HIV activity, as well as inhibitory activity against HIV entry mediated by CXCR4, linked to enhancement of the binding ability of tachyplesin analogs to CXCR4

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    14. Holden, CP; Haughey, NJ; Nath, A; Geiger, JD
      Role of Na+/H+ exchangers, excitatory amino acid receptors and voltage-operated Ca2+ channels in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gp120-mediated increases in intracellular Ca2+ in human neurons and astrocytes

      NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Parren, PWHI; Moore, JP; Burton, DR; Sattentau, QJ
      The neutralizing antibody response to HIV-1: viral evasion and escape fromhumoral immunity

      AIDS
    16. McKeating, JA; Balfe, P
      The role of the viral glycoprotein in HIV-1 persistence

      IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS
    17. Ross, TM; Bieniasz, PD; Cullen, BR
      Role of chemokine receptors in HIV-1 infection and pathogenesis

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 52
    18. Rovinski, B; Dekaban, GA; Cao, SX; Yao, FL; Persson, R; Matthews, TJ; Klein, MH
      Engineering of noninfectious HIV-1-like particles containing mutant gp41 glycoproteins as vaccine candidates that allow vaccinees to be distinguishedfrom HIV-1 infectees

      VIROLOGY
    19. Pecheur, EI; Sainte-Marie, J; Bienvenue, A; Hoekstra, D
      Peptides and membrane fusion: Towards an understanding of the molecular mechanism of protein-induced fusion

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    20. Zhang, XY; Xu, YN; Ling, H; Hattori, T
      Inhibition of infection of incoming HIV-1 virus by RNA-cleaving DNA enzyme

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Borchers, C; Tomer, KB
      Characterization of the noncovalent complex of human immunodeficiency virus glycoprotein 120 with its cellular receptor CD4 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Pritsker, M; Rucker, J; Hoffman, TL; Doms, RW; Shai, Y
      Effect of nonpolar substitutions of the conserved Phe(11) in the fusion peptide of HIV-1 gp41 on its function, structure, and organization in membranes

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Shu, W; Ji, H; Lu, M
      Trimerization specificity in HIV-1 gp41: Analysis with a GCN4 leucine zipper model

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Zhang, XY; Iwatani, Y; Shimayama, T; Yamada, R; Koito, A; Xu, YN; Sakai, H; Uchiyama, T; Hattori, T
      Phosphorothioate hammerhead ribozymes targeting a conserved sequence in the V3 loop region inhibit HIV-1 entry

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    25. SILBURN KA; MCPHEE DA; MAERZ AL; POUMBOURIOS P; WHITTAKER RG; KIRKPATRICK A; REILLY WG; MANTHEY MK; CURTAIN CC
      EFFICACY OF FUSION PEPTIDE HOMOLOGS IN BLOCKING CELL-LYSIS AND HIV-INDUCED FUSION

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    26. HULSKOTTE EGJ; GERETTI AM; OSTERHAUS ADME
      TOWARDS AN HIV-1 VACCINE - LESSONS FROM STUDIES IN MACAQUE MODELS

      Vaccine
    27. REIL H; BUKOVSKY AA; GELDERBLOM HR; GOTTLINGER HG
      EFFICIENT HIV-1 REPLICATION CAN OCCUR IN THE ABSENCE OF THE VIRAL MATRIX PROTEIN

      EMBO journal
    28. BARBOUCHE R; SABATIER JM; FENOUILLET E
      AN ANTI-HIV PEPTIDE CONSTRUCT DERIVED FROM THE CLEAVAGE REGION OF THEENV PRECURSOR ACTS ON ENV FUSOGENICITY THROUGH THE PRESENCE OF A FUNCTIONAL CLEAVAGE SEQUENCE

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    29. OHGIMOTO S; SHIODA T; MORI K; NAKAYAMA EE; HU HL; NAGAI Y
      LOCATION-SPECIFIC, UNEQUAL CONTRIBUTION OF THE N-GLYCANS IN SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS GP120 TO VIRAL INFECTIVITY AND REMOVAL OF MULTIPLE GLYCANS WITHOUT DISTURBING INFECTIVITY

      Journal of virology
    30. BALLIET JW; BATES P
      EFFICIENT INFECTION MEDIATED BY VIRAL RECEPTORS INCORPORATED INTO RETROVIRAL PARTICLES

      Journal of virology
    31. LEVIN R; MHASHILKAR AM; DORFMAN T; BUKOVSKY A; ZANI G; BAGLEY J; HINKULA J; NIEDRIG M; ALBERT J; WAHREN B; GOTTLINGER HG; MARASCO WA
      INHIBITION OF EARLY AND LATE EVENTS OF THE HIV-1 REPLICATION CYCLE BYCYTOPLASMIC FAB INTRABODIES AGAINST THE MATRIX PROTEIN, P17

      Molecular medicine
    32. MASSI C; LOMBARDI S; INDINO E; MATTEUCCI D; LAROSA C; ESPOSITO F; GARZELLI C; BENDINELLI M
      MOST POTENTIAL LINEAR B-CELL EPITOPES OF ENV GLYCOPROTEINS OF FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS ARE IMMUNOGENICALLY SILENT IN INFECTED CATS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    33. BURTON DR; MONTEFIORI DC
      THE ANTIBODY-RESPONSE IN HIV-1 INFECTION

      AIDS
    34. RIZZUTO CD; SODROSKI JG
      CONTRIBUTION OF VIRION ICAM-1 TO HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTIVITY AND SENSITIVITY TO NEUTRALIZATION

      Journal of virology
    35. DOUGLAS NW; MUNRO GH; DANIELS RS
      HIV SIV GLYCOPROTEINS - STRUCTURE-FUNCTION-RELATIONSHIPS/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    36. HUANG XL; BARCHI JJ; LUNG EDT; ROLLER PP; NARA PL; MUSCHIK J; GARRITY RR
      GLYCOSYLATION AFFECTS BOTH THE 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE AND ANTIBODY-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE HIV-1(IIIB) GP120 PEPTIDE RP135

      Biochemistry
    37. MASSIAH MA; WORTHYLAKE D; CHRISTENSEN AM; SUNDQUIST WI; HILL CP; SUMMERS MF
      COMPARISON OF THE NMR AND X-RAY STRUCTURES OF THE HIV-1 MATRIX PROTEIN - EVIDENCE FOR CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES DURING VIRAL ASSEMBLY

      Protein science
    38. MOIR S; POULIN L
      EXPRESSION OF HIV ENV GENE IN A HUMAN T-CELL LINE FOR A RAPID AND QUANTIFIABLE CELL-FUSION ASSAY

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    39. PAROLIN C; TADDEO B; PALU G; SODROSKI J
      USE OF CIS-ACTING AND TRANS-ACTING VIRAL REGULATORY SEQUENCES TO IMPROVE EXPRESSION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS VECTORS IN HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES

      Virology
    40. MARTIN RA; NAYAK DP
      MEMBRANE ANCHORAGE OF GP160 IS NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT TO PREVENT CD4 TRANSPORT TO THE CELL-SURFACE

      Virology
    41. ZHANG H; DORNADULA G; ALUR P; LAUGHLIN MA; POMERANTZ RJ
      AMPHIPATHIC DOMAINS IN THE C-TERMINUS OF THE TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEIN (GP41) PERMEABILIZE HIV-1 VIRIONS - A MOLECULAR MECHANISM UNDERLYING NATURAL ENDOGENOUS REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. MIRANDA L; WOLF J; PICHUANTES S; DUKE R; FRANZUSOFF A
      ISOLATION OF THE HUMAN PC6 GENE ENCODING THE PUTATIVE HOST PROTEASE FOR HIV-1 GP160 PROCESSING IN CD4(-LYMPHOCYTES() T)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. VOSS TG; FERMIN CD; LEVY JA; VIGH S; CHOI B; GARRY RF
      ALTERATION OF INTRACELLULAR POTASSIUM AND SODIUM CONCENTRATIONS CORRELATES WITH INDUCTION OF CYTOPATHIC EFFECTS BY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    44. HU HL; SHIODA T; MORIYA C; XIN XM; HASAN MK; MIYAKE K; SHIMADA T; NAGAI Y
      INFECTIVITIES OF HUMAN AND OTHER PRIMATE LENTIVIRUSES ARE ACTIVATED BY DESIALYLATION OF THE VIRION SURFACE

      Journal of virology
    45. HUANG XL; SMITH MC; BERZOFSKY JA; BARCHI JJ
      STRUCTURAL COMPARISON OF A 15 RESIDUE PEPTIDE FROM THE V3 LOOP OF HIV-1(IIIB) AND AN O-GLYCOSYLATED ANALOG

      FEBS letters
    46. LEE CN; ROBINSON J; MAZZARA G; CHENG YL; ESSEX M; LEE TH
      CONTRIBUTION OF HYPERVARIABLE DOMAINS TO THE CONFORMATION OF A BROADLY NEUTRALIZING GLYCOPROTEIN 120 EPITOPE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    47. MARGOLIS LB; GLUSHAKOVA S; BAIBAKOV B; ZIMMERBERG J
      SYNCYTIUM FORMATION IN CULTURED HUMAN LYMPHOID-TISSUE - FUSION OF IMPLANTED HIV GLYCOPROTEIN 120 41-EXPRESSING CELLS WITH NATIVE CD4(+) CELLS/

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    48. WARD NE; GRAVITT KR; OBRIAN CA
      INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C BY A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE CORRESPONDING TO CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN RESIDUES 828-848 OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN

      Cancer letters
    49. KOKA P; HE KY; CAMERINI D; TRAN T; YASHAR SS; MERRILL JE
      THE MAPPING OF HIV-1 GP160 EPITOPES REQUIRED FOR INTERLEUKIN-1 AND TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR A PRODUCTION IN GLIAL-CELLS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    50. SATTENTAU QJ; ZOLLAPAZNER S; POIGNARD P
      EPITOPE EXPOSURE ON FUNCTIONAL, OLIGOMERIC HIV-1 GP41 MOLECULES

      Virology
    51. BERNSTEIN HB; TUCKER SP; KAR SR; MCPHERSON SA; MCPHERSON DT; DUBAY JW; LEBOWITZ J; COMPANS RW; HUNTER E
      OLIGOMERIZATION OF THE HYDROPHOBIC HEPTAD REPEAT OF GP41

      Journal of virology
    52. GOLDING H; DIMITROV DS; MANISCHEWITZ J; BRODER CC; ROBINSON J; FABIAN S; LITTMAN DR; LAPHAM CK
      PHORBOL ESTER-INDUCED DOWN-MODULATION OF TAILLESS CD4 RECEPTORS REQUIRES PRIOR BINDING OF GP120 AND SUGGESTS A ROLE FOR ACCESSORY MOLECULES

      Journal of virology
    53. VANCOTT TC; VEIT SCD; KALYANARAMAN V; EARL P; BIRX DL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A SOLUBLE, OLIGOMERIC HIV-1 GP160 PROTEIN AS A POTENTIAL IMMUNOGEN

      Journal of immunological methods
    54. KONOPKA K; PRETZER E; CELADA F; DUZGUNES N
      A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY TO THE GP120-CD4 COMPLEX HAS DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS ON HIV-INDUCED SYNCYTIUM FORMATION AND VIRAL INFECTIVITY

      Journal of General Virology
    55. PEREIRA FB; GONI FM; NIEVA JL
      LIPOSOME DESTABILIZATION INDUCED BY THE HIV-1 FUSION PEPTIDE EFFECT OF A SINGLE AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTION

      FEBS letters
    56. BLACKLOW SC; LU M; KIM P
      TRIMERIC SUBDOMAIN OF THE SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS GLYCOPROTEIN

      Biochemistry
    57. BECKER Y
      HIV-1 PROTEINS IN INFECTED-CELLS DETERMINE THE PRESENTATION OF VIRAL PEPTIDES BY HLA CLASS-I AND CLASS-II MOLECULES AND THE NATURE OF THE CELLULAR AND HUMORAL ANTIVIRAL IMMUNE-RESPONSES - A REVIEW

      Virus genes
    58. JOHNSON RP; HAMMOND SA; TROCHA A; SILICIANO RF; WALKER BD
      EPITOPE SPECIFICITY OF MHC RESTRICTED CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES INDUCEDBY CANDIDATE HIV-1 VACCINE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    59. BOUR S; GELEZIUNAS R; WAINBERG MA
      THE ROLE OF CD4 AND ITS DOWN-MODULATION IN ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF HIV-1 INFECTION

      Immunological reviews
    60. TAYLOR DL; KANG MS; BRENNAN TM; BRIDGES CG; SUNKARA PS; TYMS AS
      INHIBITION OF ALPHA-GLUCOSIDASE-I OF THE GLYCOPROTEIN-PROCESSING ENZYMES BY 6-O-BUTANOYL CASTANOSPERMINE (MDL-28,574) AND ITS CONSEQUENCES IN HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-INFECTED T-CELLS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    61. BOUDET F; THEZE J; ZOUALI M
      ANTIIDIOTYPIC ANTIBODIES TO THE 3RD VARIABLE DOMAIN OF GP120 INDUCED AN ANTI-HIV-1 ANTIBODY-RESPONSE IN MICE

      Virology
    62. LABRANCHE CC; SAUTER MM; HAGGARTY BS; VANCE PJ; ROMANO J; HART TK; BUGELSKI PJ; HOXIE JA
      BIOLOGICAL, MOLECULAR, AND STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF A CYTOPATHIC VARIANT FROM A MOLECULARLY CLONED SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    63. KIRCHHOFF F; MORI K; DESROSIERS RC
      THE V3 DOMAIN IS A DETERMINANT OF SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-CELL TROPISM

      Journal of virology
    64. RHODES AD; SPITALI M; HUTCHINSON G; RUD EW; STEPHENS PE
      EXPRESSION, CHARACTERIZATION AND PURIFICATION OF SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS SOLUBLE, OLIGOMERIZED GP160 FROM MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Journal of General Virology
    65. TOUBERT A; SCHMITT D; CORDONNIER A; FENOUILLET E; SARAGOSTI S
      A PEPTIDE SUBSTITUTION IN HIV-1 GP120 1ST HYPERVARIABLE DOMAIN ENHANCES ITS IMMUNOGENICITY IN MICE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    66. FENOUILLET E; GLUCKMAN JC; JONES IM
      BIOLOGICAL ROLES OF HIV-1 GLYCOPROTEINS GLYCANS

      Glycoconjugate journal
    67. EBENBICHLER CF; RODER C; VORNHAGEN R; RATNER L; DIERICH MP
      CELL-SURFACE PROTEINS BINDING TO RECOMBINANT SOLUBLE HIV-1 AND HIV-2 TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEINS

      AIDS


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