Leang, Sook Kwan
The envelope proteins of many viruses are glycosylated, where the glycans on the virion
surface have been shown to be important, in addition to their strictly structural role, in various aspects of the virus life cycle, such as receptor-binding and escape from antibody recognition. Dengue virus (DENV) is in terms of human disease frequency the most
important member of the flaviviruses, a group of small, enveloped, plus-strand RNA
viruses. The four DENV serotypes differ from all other...[Show more]
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