A viral nonstructural protein regulates bluetongue virus trafficking and release.

@article{Celma2009AVN,
  title={A viral nonstructural protein regulates bluetongue virus trafficking and release.},
  author={Cristina C P Celma and Polly Roy},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2009},
  volume={83 13},
  pages={6806-16}
}
Bluetongue virus (BTV), a nonenveloped insect-borne virus, is released from infected cells by multiple pathways. Unlike other nonenveloped viruses, in addition to cell lysis the newly synthesized virus particles also appear to use a unique "budding" process. The nonstructural protein NS3, the only membrane protein encoded by BTV in infected cells, has been implicated in this process, since it appears to interact not only with the outermost viral capsid protein VP2 but also with a component of… CONTINUE READING

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