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Table 3 Summary of the predicted disorder rates in HIV proteins.

From: Protein intrinsic disorder toolbox for comparative analysis of viral proteins

Protein Accession numbers %VLXT(VL3)a Methodsb Virus Type
SU 2i60.pdb, Subunit G 11 (0) X-Ray HIV-1
TM 2cmr.pdb, Subunit: S 34 (27) X-Ray HIV-1
(gp41) TM 1jek.pdb, Subunit: A 64 (0) X-Ray Visna
MA (p17) 1hiw.pdb, Subunit: A 61 (48) X-Ray HIV-1
VPR 1ceu.pdb, Subunit: A 39 (63) NMR HIV-1
VPUc 2goh.pdb, Subunit: A 26 (NA)d NMR HIV-1
CA (p24) 1afv.pdb, Subunit:A 48 (0) X-Ray HIV-1
PR (p11)e 1tcw.pdb, Subunit A 18 (0) X-Ray SIV
RT (p66)e 2hnz.pdb, Sunbunt: A 18 (10) X-Ray HIV-1
IN (p32)e 1k6y.pdb, Subunit: A 26 (7) X-Ray HIV-1
Nefc 1avz.pdb, Subunit: A 26 (31) X-Ray HIV-1
Tatc 1jfw.pdb, Subunit: A 100 (100) NMR HIV-1
  1. aPercentage of residues in a chain that are predicted to be disordered.
  2. bMethods used to characterize the proteins
  3. cLocations of these proteins in virions have yet been determined. VPU is however, placed alongside with VPR for comparative purposes only.
  4. dChain available is too short for VL3 analysis.
  5. eExact locations of these proteins have yet been determined.