Adenovirus endocytosis

  title={Adenovirus endocytosis},
  author={Oliver Meier and Urs F. Greber},
  journal={The Journal of Gene Medicine},
Pathogen entry into cells occurs by direct penetration of the plasma membrane, clathrin‐mediated endocytosis, caveolar endocytosis, pinocytosis or macropinocytosis. For a particular agent, the infectious pathways are typically restricted, reflecting a tight relationship with the host. Here, we survey the uptake process of human adenovirus (Ad) type 2 and 5 and integrate it into the cell biology of endocytosis. Ad2 and Ad5 naturally infect respiratory epithelial cells. They bind to a primary… 

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