Arms Race between Enveloped Viruses and the Host ERAD Machinery

@inproceedings{Frabutt2016ArmsRB,
  title={Arms Race between Enveloped Viruses and the Host ERAD Machinery},
  author={Dylan A. Frabutt and Yong-Hui Zheng},
  booktitle={Viruses},
  year={2016}
}
Enveloped viruses represent a significant category of pathogens that cause serious diseases in animals. These viruses express envelope glycoproteins that are singularly important during the infection of host cells by mediating fusion between the viral envelope and host cell membranes. Despite low homology at protein levels, three classes of viral fusion proteins have, as of yet, been identified based on structural similarities. Their incorporation into viral particles is dependent upon their… CONTINUE READING

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