Projects 14221-14233,14242,14243

Cause: unspecified

Nucleoprotein (NP) is important for the replication of Ebola virus. NP encapsidates viral genomic RNA and protects it from degradation and from being detected by the host immune system. NP self-oligomerization is essential for the encapsidation of viral genome as well as for the assembly of budding virus. Here, we are simulating the structure of NP bound to inhibitory peptides that prevent NP oligomerization.

List of Contributors

This project is managed by Neha Vithani at Washington University in St. Louis.

Neha is a postdoc at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in Greg Bowman's lab.

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