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Human foamy virus polypeptides: identification of env and bel gene products.

By M L Giron, F Rozain, M C Debons-Guillemin, M Canivet, J Peries and R Emanoil-Ravier

Abstract

Human foamy virus (HFV) proteins were identified in human cells cultured in vitro by immunoprecipitation and immunoblotting with specific antisera. Among several viral polypeptides, four glycoproteins of approximately 160, 130, 70, and 48 kDa were identified in HFV-infected cells. gp130 was shown to represent the intracellular env precursor, and gp70 and gp48 were shown to represent the external and transmembrane env proteins, respectively. The nature of gp160, which shares sequences with the env, bel1, and bel2 proteins, is not yet resolved. In addition, a p62 identified with bel1- and bel2-specific antisera likely corresponds to the bet gene product

Topics: Research Article
Year: 1993
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:237707
Provided by: PubMed Central
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