volume 66, issue 6, P3466-3475 1992
DOI: 10.1128/jvi.66.6.3466-3475.1992
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Abstract: By deletion mutagenesis analyses, we have examined the contribution of the immunosuppressive peptide (ISP) region within the transmembrane (TM) protein of Mason-Pfizer monkey virus to viral maturation and infectivity. Deletion of the entire region (mutant D105) results in the production of an Env precursor that is transport defective and therefore unable to be processed to mature glycoproteins. This mutation results in the release of noninfectious virions devoid of surface glycoproteins. A second deletion that…

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