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Table 1 Core/Surface protein interface in HBV refD_X02496.

From: Occult hepatitis B infection: an evolutionary scenario

  Core protein   Surface protein  
  Pos AAres ΔΔG Pos AAres ΔΔG   
C 67 Thr 0.15 96 Val 0.35 left @  
C 70 Thr 0.49 100 Tyr 1.03 left @  
C 71 Trp 0.69 103 Met 0.48 left @  
C 74 Gly 0.75 104 Leu 0.45 left @  
C 75 Asn -0.24 113 Ser 0.31 left @  
C 76 Leu -0.05 114 Ser 0.52 left @  
C 77 Glu 1.83 116 Thr 0.04 left @  
C 78 Asp 1.05 117 Ser 0.98 left @  
C 82 Arg 7.02 118 Thr -0.02 left @  
C 83 Asp 6.39 121 Cys 0 left @  
C 84 Leu 0.13 122 Arg 0.55 left @  
C 86 Val 0.15 169 Arg 1.26 S  
C 88 Tyr 0.06 173 Leu 0.49 S  
C 91 Thr 0.13 174 Ser 1.69 S  
C 92 Asn 0.61 175 Leu 0.72 S  
C 95 Leu 0.56 177 Val 0.32 S  
C 96 Lys -0.02 181 Gln 0.11 S  
     182 Trp 0.26 S  
     191 Trp 0.29 S  
     192 Leu 0.14 S  
     195 Ile 0.27   
  1. ΔΔG indicates the amount of energy, by which the complex becomes destabilized by the computational replacement of the corresponding residue (AAres) with alanine.
  2. Note: Labels C, left @ and S correspond to map positions in Fig 1.