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Proteins associated with human parainfluenza virus type 3.

The polypeptides associated with human parainfluenza virus type 3 were identified. Five proteins were present in detergent- and salt-resistant viral cores. Of these, three proteins designated NP0, NP1, and NP2 of 68,000, 58,000, and 52,000 daltons, respectively, were stably associated with 50S RNA in CsCl gradient-purified nucleocapsids. The amounts of NP1 and NP2 were variable, and these proteins were shown to be structurally related to the major nucleocapsid protein ( NP0) by partial Staphylococcus aureus V8 protease mapping. The other core proteins included a 240K protein designated L (candidate for the viral polymerase) and an 84K protein designated as the phosphoprotein ( P) on the basis of a predominant incorporation of Pi. The viral envelope had four prominent proteins (72, 53, 40, and 12K) under reducing conditions of electrophoresis. The 72 and 53K proteins were specifically labeled with [3H]glucosamine and [3H]mannose. When sulfhydryl reagents were removed, a new 62K protein was visualized in place of the 72, 53, and 12K proteins. The 53 and 12K proteins were interpreted to be the two subunits (F1 and F2) of the fusion protein, and the 72K protein was designated as the HN ( hemagglutinin-neuraminidase) glycoprotein. The unglycosylated 40K protein represented the viral matrix protein (M). Immunoprecipitation of infected cell lysates with rabbit hyperimmune antiserum against purified virus confirmed the viral origin of these polypeptides.[1]

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  1. Proteins associated with human parainfluenza virus type 3. Jambou, R.C., Elango, N., Venkatesan, S. J. Virol. (1985) [Pubmed]
 
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