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Heat Shock Cognate Protein 70 Is Involved in Rotavirus Cell Entry
- C. A. Guerrero, D. Bouyssounade, +7 authors C. Arias
- Medicine, Biology
- Journal of Virology
- 15 April 2002
ABSTRACT In this work, we have identified the heat shock cognate protein (hsc70) as a receptor candidate for rotaviruses. hsc70 was shown to be present on the surface of MA104 cells, and antibodies… Expand
Discovery of a Novel Polyomavirus in Acute Diarrheal Samples from Children
Polyomaviruses are small circular DNA viruses associated with chronic infections and tumors in both human and animal hosts. Using an unbiased deep sequencing approach, we identified a novel, highly… Expand
A cloud-compatible bioinformatics pipeline for ultrarapid pathogen identification from next-generation sequencing of clinical samples.
Unbiased next-generation sequencing (NGS) approaches enable comprehensive pathogen detection in the clinical microbiology laboratory and have numerous applications for public health surveillance,… Expand
Different Rotavirus Strains Enter MA104 Cells through Different Endocytic Pathways: the Role of Clathrin-Mediated Endocytosis
ABSTRACT Rotaviruses, the single most important agents of acute severe gastroenteritis in children, are nonenveloped viruses formed by a three-layered capsid that encloses a genome formed by 11… Expand
A (H1N1) pdm09 HA D222 variants associated with severity and mortality in patients during a second wave in Mexico
- J. Vazquez-Perez, P. Iša, +18 authors G. Reyes‐Terán
- Biology, Medicine
- Virology Journal
- 31 January 2013
BackgroundPandemic type A (H1N1) influenza arose in early 2009, probably in Mexico and the United States, and reappeared in North America in September for seven more months. An amino acid… Expand
Integrin αvβ3 mediates rotavirus cell entry
Abstract Rotavirus strains differ in their need for sialic acid (SA) for initial binding to the cell surface; however, the existence of a postattachment cell receptor, common to most, if not all,… Expand
Role of sialic acids in rotavirus infection
Rotaviruses are the leading cause of childhood diarrhea. The entry of rotaviruses into the host cell is a complex process that includes several interactions of the outer layer proteins of the virus… Expand
Rotavirus RRV associates with lipid membrane microdomains during cell entry.
Rotavirus cell entry is a multistep process, not completely understood, which requires at least four interactions between the virus and cell surface molecules. In this work, we investigated the role… Expand
Molecular anatomy of 2009 influenza virus A (H1N1).
- C. Arias, Marina Escalera-Zamudio, M. D. L. D. Soto-Del Río, A. G. Cobián-Güemes, P. Iša, S. López
- Biology, Medicine
- Archives of medical research
- 1 November 2009
Influenza A viruses are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide and affect large segments of the population every year. The nature of their genome, formed by eight segments of… Expand
Molecular biology of rotavirus cell entry.
Rotaviruses, the leading cause of severe dehydrating diarrhea in infants and young children worldwide, are non-enveloped viruses formed by three concentric layers of protein that enclose a genome of… Expand