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The envelope fusion protein F of baculoviruses is a class I viral fusion protein which play a significant role during virus entry into insect cells. F is initially synthesized as a precursor (F0) and then cleaved into a disulfide-linked F1 and F2 subunits during the ..., Abstract
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Mammarenaviruses, including lethal pathogens such as Lassa virus and Junín virus, can cause severe hemorrhagic fever in humans. Entry is a key step for virus infection, which starts with binding of the envelope glycoprotein (GP) to receptors on target cells and subsequent fusion of the virus ..., Abstract
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Rice stripe virus (RSV) infects rice and is transmitted in a propagative manner by the small brown planthopper. How RSV enters an insect cell to initiate the infection cycle is poorly understood. Sequence analysis revealed that the RSV NSvc2 protein was similar to the membrane glycoproteins of ..., Abstract
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Syncytin, a captive retroviral envelope protein, is possibly involved in the morphogenesis of the placental syncytiotrophoblast layer generated by trophoblast cell fusion. It is found that syncytin and HIV-1 envelope proteins share similar structural profiles and membrane fusion mechanisms. In this ..., Abstract
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