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SAMHD1 Antagonism is Conserved in Non-Human Lentiviruses

Brennan, Greg (2014) SAMHD1 Antagonism is Conserved in Non-Human Lentiviruses. Science Spotlight, 4 (2).

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Additional Information: Spragg, C.J. and Emerman, M. 2013. Antagonism of SAMHD1 is actively maintained in natural infections of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA: 21136-21141. See also: Etienne, L., Hahn, B.H., Sharp, P.M., Matsen, F.A., and Emerman, M. 2013. Gene loss and adaptation to hominids underlie the ancient origin of HIV-1. Cell Host Microbe: 85-92. See also: Fregoso, O.I., Ahn, J., Wang, C., Mehrens, J., Skowronski, J., and Emerman, M. 2013. Evolutionary Toggling of Vpx/Vpr Specificity Results in Divergent Recognition of the Restriction Factor SAMHD1. PLOS Pathog. DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003496.
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