picornavirus correlates   Monograph: structural correlates of MS and paralysis
SEI cell entry binding domain and corresponding residues found in N10 and N11   Paper: cell entry domains in influenza neuraminidases
 


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picornavirus correlates Common Features in Picornaviruses, Alpha-bungarotoxin, Myelin P2, and CRABP Suggest Structural Bases for Multiple Sclerosis, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, and Paralysis Induction (HTML)  (12 MB PDF)  (6 MB PDF)

We found the structural correlates of multiple sclerosis induction and paralysis induction in picornaviruses and proteins. We identified in picornaviruses what appears to be an ion channel and, separately, a diaphragm shutter-like pore. This study provides an analytic procedure for understanding the structural context of expanded tissue preferences and pathology in historical and emergent viruses.

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 Published Papers 

neuraminidase paper at http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0117499 Weininger A, Weininger S. (2015) Using Common Spatial Distributions of Atoms to Relate Functionally Divergent Influenza Virus N10 and N11 Protein Structures to Functionally Characterized Neuraminidase Structures, Toxin Cell Entry Domains, and Non-Influenza Virus Cell Entry Domains.

PloS One 10(2):e0117499. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0117499)


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