Glycoprotein E1 of Coronavirus A59: A New Type of Viral Glycoprotein
Glycosylation of viral glycoproteins as a co- and posttranslational event has been studied in a large number of viral systems (for review see Klenk and Rott, 1980). From these data a general picture can be drawn:
KeywordsViral Glycoprotein Neuraminic Acid Infected Host Cell Neuraminidase Treatment Carbohydrate Side Chain
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