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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MA / matrix domain

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2018 Myristoylation and Oligonucleotide Interaction Modulate Peptide and Protein Surface Properties: The Case of the HIV-1 Matrix Domain. ---
2017 Heme Oxygenase 2 Binds Myristate to Regulate Retrovirus Assembly and TLR4 Signaling. TLR4
2014 Coarse-grained simulations of the HIV-1 matrix protein anchoring: revisiting its assembly on membrane domains. ---
2013 Analysis of small molecule ligands targeting the HIV-1 matrix protein-RNA binding site. PrGag
2013 Basic residues in the matrix domain and multimerization target murine leukemia virus Gag to the virological synapse. Env, MLV, MTDs
2008 Substitution of the myristoylation signal of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Pr55Gag with the phospholipase C-delta1 pleckstrin homology domain results in infectious pseudovirion production. PH, PM
2007 Characterization of replication defects induced by mutations in the basic domain and C-terminus of HIV-1 matrix. gp41-CT
2007 Mutations that mimic phosphorylation of the HIV-1 matrix protein do not perturb the myristyl switch. ---
2005 Retroviral matrix domains share electrostatic homology: models for membrane binding function throughout the viral life cycle. ---
10  2004 An early stage of Mason-Pfizer monkey virus budding is regulated by the hydrophobicity of the Gag matrix domain core. ---
11  2004 Role of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 matrix phosphorylation in an early postentry step of virus replication. Ser
12  1997 The HIV-1 matrix domain of Gag is required for Vpu responsiveness during particle release. Vpu
13  1996 Identification of domains in the simian immunodeficiency virus matrix protein essential for assembly and envelope glycoprotein incorporation. Env, SIV