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Abstract

The interaction between the hepatitis C virus capsid protein and the envelope protein E1 has been demonstrated previously . To determine the binding region of the E1 protein with the capsid protein, this interaction was characterized . This study shows that the interaction between these proteins should occur in the endoplasmic reticulum membrane rather than in the cytosol and that the first hydrophobic domain of the E1 protein (aa 261–291) is important for the interaction with the capsid protein.

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