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These concentrations are related to binding free energies and other parameters by ????elong ≈ ????nuc ∕???? for ????T = ????c ????elong ≈ ????1/2 for ????T = ????kt (19) with ????nuc and ????1/2 , respectively, given by Eqs. (17) and (18). A kinetic trap arising from depletion of free subunits [Eq. (19)] was first noted by Zlotnick and coworkers [79,109,110] and was observed in experiments on CCMV  and HBV  (see the largest ionic strength in Fig. 2a). Morozov et al.  elegantly recast a model similar to Eq.
Figure and images reprinted with permission from Ref. , copyright (2009) American Institute of Physics. 4. Free Subunit Starvation Kinetic Trap. 1 arises due to the constraint of mass conservation. When nucleation is fast compared to elongation [????kt in Eq. (19)], too many capsids nucleate at early times, and the pool of free subunits or small intermediates becomes depleted before a significant number of capsids are completed. This phenomenon can be seen readily in the time series shown in the right panel of Fig.
159], copyright (2004) American Physical Society. 30 MICHAEL F. HAGAN The second class of models, first developed by Rapaport , considers an extended subunit comprised of spherically symmetric ‘‘pseudoatoms’’ arranged to have short-ranged attractions and excluded-volume geometries that mimic features of protein geometries seen in capsid structures (Fig. 12b). For example, several groups [129,154,159] have considered models in which subunits have a trapezoidal shape that is roughly consistent with that of capsid proteins with the beta-barrel architecture  or models in which 20 triangular subunits (which could correspond to protein trimers) form icosahedral shells [112,133,151,158,159,161].