Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
HIV Envelope: Structure and Function.
Morphogenesis and Morphology of HIV.
Molecular Mechanisms of Enveloped Viruses Entry Into Host Cells: Protein Dynamics and Membrane Fusion.
Membrane Interactions of HIV: Attachment, Fusion, and Cytopathology.
The Mechanism of HIV-1 Entry and Fusion as Determined by Fluorescence Dequenching: Similarities with Parainfluenza Virus and Implications of Cytopathology in AIDS.
The Role of Both Post-Fusion Lumen Expansion and Membrane Fusion in the Entry of Cells by Enveloped Viruses.
Membrane Lipids and Dynamics in the Enveloped Virus Life Cycle.
A Molecular Study of the Fusion Between Viral and Cell Membranes.
Selective Killing of HIV-Infected Cells by Liposomes.
Novel Membrane Interactive Ether Lipids with Anti-HIV Activity.
Reconstitution of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Envelope.
Clinical Improvement in AIDS Patients Treated with the Membrane Fluidizer AL-721.