CD26/Di-peptidyl peptidase

Carlton Hogan carlton at gopher.ccbr.umn.edu
Thu Nov 4 11:27:30 EST 1993


In article <93307.165952RMMMS at CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU> <RMMMS at CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU> writes:
>Recently the NY TIMES and C&E news have reported on a press conference
>in Paris by Ara Hovanessian and coworkers at the Pasteur Institute
>announcing that the protein CD26, which is also known as di-peptidyl
>peptidase is involved in infection by HIV.  The reports also say that
>the enzymatic activity of the peptidase was necessary for infection. The
>work was to be presented at an international symposium shortly after the
>announcement.
>    Is there anyone who attended the symposium, or is familiar with the
>work, who can tell us what evidence was presented for the involvment of
>peptidase activity in the infection process?
>    Thank you,
>    Ron Magnusson, Dept of Pharmacology
>    Mt Sinai School of Medicine, New York.


If anyone who responds to this feels comfortable posting your report 
to the net, I know that I, and probably many others, would also be 
interested.

Thanks

Carlton
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