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NEWS: Rhinovirus C15 model
Reference: Modeling of the human rhinovirus C capsid suggests a novel topography with insights on receptor preference and immunogenicity
Holly A. Basta, Jean-Yves Sgro, Ann C. Palmenberg
Virology Volume 448, 5 January 2014, Pages 176-184
Go to the C15 Model on this site | VIROLOGY highlight blog: The common cold in 3D

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Human Rhinovirus 14

PDB ID codes   4rhv   |   See also: VIPER : 4rhv   |   And PDBe : 4rhv    |   ICTVdb Picture Gallery


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(*): Visualizations designated with an asterisk (*) are reproduced with permission from the Encyclopedia of Virology Plus CD-ROM. (Editedby Robert G. Webster and Allan Granoff. 1995 Academic Press Ltd All Rights Reserved.For icosahedral viruses, these are Views along the 2-fold axis, 3-fold axis and 5-fold axis. Movies are 75% the original CD size.
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Note: After the first movie, subsequent movies are from other authors.

The following movie is a re-compilation of the entry into the 1994 Molecular Graphics Art Show and Video Show

The following movie shows the neutralization immunogens (NIm sites) on rhinovirus 14 shown by Sherry et al. 1986 onto rhinovirus B14 (PDB ID: 1RUC) bound with antiviral compound WIN 52035 as described by Hadfield et al. 1995

Rhinovirus 14 - molecular sufrace

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