Association of the Sendai virus C protein with nucleocapsids

@article{Yamada2005AssociationOT,
  title={Association of the Sendai virus C protein with nucleocapsids},
  author={H. Yamada and Suzushi Hayata and T. Omata-Yamada and Hideharu Taira and K Mizumoto and Kentaro Iwasaki},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2005},
  volume={113},
  pages={245-253}
}
SummaryThe subcellular localization of the nonstructural protein C of Sendai virus was investigated by means of indirect immunofluorescence microscopy of Sendai virus-infected cells, using an antiserum specific for C protein. In infected cells, C protein was detected exclusively in the cytoplasm as granular fluorescence, which coincided very well with the distribution of nucleocapsid protein NP and phosphoprotein P, which were also detected with specific antisera. This suggested that these… 
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