MOESM1 of Epitope‐based peptide vaccine design and target site depiction against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus: an immune-informatics study

  • Muhammad Tahir ul Qamar (Contributor)
  • Saman Saleem (Contributor)
  • Usman Ali Ashfaq (Contributor)
  • Amna Bari (Contributor)
  • Farooq Anwar (Contributor)
  • Safar M. Alqahtani (Contributor)

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Additional file 1: Figure S1. PSIPRED analysis of the MERS-COV S protein. Helixes are cylindrical and coloured pink, beta-strands are shown as arrows and coloured yellow, and random coil regions are black. Figure S2. The 3D structure of the MERS-COV S protein (front and back conformations). Figure S3. Multiple sequence alignment showing conservation of the S protein of MERS-COV isolated from eight distinct countries. Figure S4. 3D (A1–6) and stick structures (B1–6) representation of selected MHC class-I alleles binding peptides. The figure is in symmetry with the information provided in Table 3. Figure S5. 2D graphical representation of interaction analyses between human HLA-B7 protein and MHC class-I alleles binding peptides. The figure is in symmetry with the information provided in Table 6 and Fig. 6 and showing the residues interacting with strong hydrogen bonding.
Date made available9 Nov 2019
PublisherFigshare - Springer

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