Bovine ephemeral fever rhabdovirus α1 protein has viroporin-like properties and binds importin β1 and importin 7.

@article{Joubert2014BovineEF,
  title={Bovine ephemeral fever rhabdovirus α1 protein has viroporin-like properties and binds importin β1 and importin 7.},
  author={Dirk Albert Joubert and Kim R Blasdell and Michelle D Audsley and Lee Trinidad and Paul Monaghan and Keyur A. Dave and Kim G. Lieu and Rachel N Amos-Ritchie and David Andrew Jans and Gregory William Moseley and Jeffrey John Gorman and Peter J Walker},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2014},
  volume={88 3},
  pages={1591-603}
}
Bovine ephemeral fever virus (BEFV) is an arthropod-borne rhabdovirus that is classified as the type species of the genus Ephemerovirus. In addition to the five canonical rhabdovirus structural proteins (N, P, M, G, and L), the large and complex BEFV genome contains several open reading frames (ORFs) between the G and L genes (α1, α2/α3, β, and γ) encoding proteins of unknown function. We show that the 10.5-kDa BEFV α1 protein is expressed in infected cells and, consistent with previous… CONTINUE READING
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