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GO:0098021viral capsid, decorationPMID:5292684IDA: Inferred from Direct AssayCellular ComponentData from Figures 4 and 5 show the pb10 protein readily decorating certain domains of the T5 capsid. The binding assay shows that the association between the protein and capsid domains is quick, alluding to a high affinity between the two.complete
This annotation made on page: BPT5:DECO
By: Cakate1 (group Team Purple-A) on 2017-04-12 09:52:53 CDT.



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Ivanerill2017-05-24 05:48:22 CDTNo notes given.Acceptable
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DanielRenfro2017-04-17 10:11:13 CDT

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GO:0098021 viral capsid, decoration PMID:28165000 IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay C An association assay was performed to test the decoration capabilities of pb10 on the T5 capsid. Figure 4 shows that the N-terminal domain of pb10 is responsible for interacting with the capsid. Figure 5 further exhibits a high affinity between the protein and the capsid through an SPR experiment. Overall, these data provide evidence for the decorating capabilities of pb10. complete
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Scaruso2017-04-15 23:22:17 CDT

This is the incorrect PMID. There is no way to check the information in the note without even the name of the paper. The description in the note, should you chose to resubmit, should have more detail.

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