Binding and entry: coreceptor

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Binding and entry: coreceptor

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Binding and entry: gp120 Binding and entry: gp41
The HIV co-receptor CXCR4. From coordinate file 3ODU.

The gp120 protein also binds to a second host encoded cell surface protein, which acts as a coreceptor, either CXCR4 [1] or CCR5 [2] [3] [4]


For review see: [5]













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