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Figure 5 | Retrovirology

Figure 5

From: An integrated map of HIV genome-wide variation from a population perspective

Figure 5

Characterization of HIV-derived peptide inhibitors. (A) Cartoon representation of GP41 structure. The red structure indicates the region from which peptide inhibitor T20 was derived (PDB: 3H01). (B) Bar plot of sequence similarities between peptide inhibitor sequences and the sequences of HIV-derived regions in the consensus genome of different HIV clades. X-axis presents the HIV groups, subtypes and CRFs. Y-axis shows the sequence similarity between peptide inhibitor sequences and the sequences of HIV-derived regions in the consensus genomes of HIV groups, subtypes or CRFs. (C) Amino acid replacements between peptide inhibitor sequences and HIV-derived regions in the subtype B genome. The percentage values (%) are colored using heat maps. (D) Distribution (bee-swarm) plots of amino acid diversity in the full-length subtype B genome (black crosses), peptide-derived regions (blue diamonds) and peptide-derived regions of those inhibitors whose IC50/EC50 are less than 1 μM (red circles). Each shape represents the amino acid diversity at one protein position. Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests were performed to compare diversity distributions (significance level: 0.05). (E) Plot of amino acid diversity (x-axis), disorder score (y-axis) and solvent accessible surface area of peptide-inhibitor-derived regions (contour map, darker red indicates larger accessible surface areas). GP41 inhibitor T20 is also annotated. For individual peptide inhibitors, the average amino acid diversity, disorder score and solvent accessible surface areas are shown in Additional file 1: Figure S9, S10 and S11, respectively.

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