Newcastle disease virus protein

Newcastle disease virus protein

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Caption: Newcastle disease virus protein, molecular model. This is a hemagglutinin-neuromidase (HN) protein that enables the virus to bind to and infect host cells. The structure shown here consists of two neuraminidase (NA) domains (light and dark orange) either side of an N-terminal stalk domain (light and bright blue). This stalk domain consists of four helices forming a tetrameric structure. The Newcastle disease virus (NDV) causes a viral infection in birds that can be fatal. This virus has been studied in cancer research.

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