Adenovirus signalling in entry.

  title={Adenovirus signalling in entry.},
  author={Nina Wolfrum and Urs F. Greber},
  journal={Cellular microbiology},
  volume={15 1},
Viruses carry nucleic acids between and within host cells. Invariably, virus attachment to host cells leads to activation of cell signalling. These so-called forward signals emerge from interactions with cell surface receptors or cytosolic proteins and elicit profound responses in the cells, for example induction of growth or innate immunity responses. They can enhance or suppress infection. In addition, viruses receive signals from the cell. These reverse signals can impact on the structure of… CONTINUE READING