宮脇 綾我, CBI学会 (2021)
Dynamic residue interaction network analysis of primary mutations in protease that promote drug resistance in HIV-1
CBI学会 2021年大会, オンライン, ポスター発表, P02-03
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the pathogen of the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). AIDS has become a disease that can be controlled in the long term by anti-HIV drugs. However, due to prolonged treatment, there are serious concerns about the emergence of viral mutants that are resistant to anti-HIV drugs. Some amino acid mutations in the HIV-1 protease are known to directly and substantially reduce drug efficacy against anti-HIV drugs. These mutations are referred to as “primary mutations”. In this study, we investigated the dynamic correlation between the drug binding site and its primary mutation site in HIV-1 protease using dynamic residue interaction network (dRIN) analysis based on molecular dynamics simulations.