CHIME proteins

The following proteins were mentioned in the animation:

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Further Reading

  1. AIDS and other Immunodeficiencies (Chapter 19) in R. A. Goldsby, T. J. Kindt, and B. A. Osborne. Kuby Immunology, 4th edition, W. H. Freeman and Co., pp. 467-496, 2000.
  2. H. Lodish, A. Berk, S. L. Zipursky. P. Matzudaira, D. Baltimore and J. Darnell. Molecular Cell Biology, 4th edition, W. H. Freeman and Co., pp. 200-203, 409, 1065-1066, 1999.
  3. B. Purves, G. Orians, C. Heller and D. Sadava. Life - The Science of Biology,  5th edition, Sinauer and W. H. Freeman and Co., pp. 264-265, 282-304, 424-426, 1998.
  4. L. Stryer. Biochemistry,4th edition, W. H. Freeman and Co. pp. 58, 91, 229-230, 384-386, 1995.
  5. R. C. Gallo.  Human retroviruses in the second decade: a personal perspective.  Nature Medicine 1:753-759, 1995.
  6. E. Meinl , H. Fickenscher, M. Thome, J. Tschopp and B. Fleckenstein.  Anti-apoptotic strategies of lymphotropic viruses.  Immunology Today 19:474-470, 1998.
  7. M. Salemi, A. M. Vandamme, J. Desmyter, C. Casoli and U. Bertazzoni.  The origin and evolution of human T-cell lymphotropic virus type II (HTLV-II) and the relationship with its replication strategy.  Gene 234:11-21, 1999.
  8. R. A. Weiss,  D. Griffiths, Y. Takeuchi, C. Patience and P. J. Venables.  Retroviruses: ancient and modern.  Archives of Virology (Supplement) 15:171-177, 1999.


Derived from H. Lodish, et al., Molecular Cell Biology text and CD-ROM, 4th edition, © 2000 W. H. Freeman and Co. and Sumanas, Inc.

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