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Wide-opening of the HIV-1 protease active site

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Uploaded on May 13, 2010

This is a 50 ns all-atom simulation of the HIV-1 protease showing the wide-opening of the active site. The function of the HIV-1 protease is to cut polyprotein chains. It does so by changing conformation so that it can bind such chains more easily to its active site.

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