It has been established the criterion for identification of mutations in lipoprotein lipase which represent a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases.
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MS approach was used to identify potential candidate pandemic influenza viruses by predicting mutations in the viral hemagglutinin (HA) gene that are likely to (differentially) affect critical interactions between the HA protein and target cells from bird and human origin, respectively. Predictions were subsequently validated by generating pseudotyped retrovirus particles and genetically engineered influenza A virus (IAV) containing these mutations and characterizing potential effects on virus entry and replication in cells expressing human and avian IAV receptors, respectively.
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