Carbohydrates facilitate correct disulfide bond formation and folding of rotavirus VP7.

Abstract

It is well established that glycosylation is essential for assembly of enveloped viruses, but no information is yet available as to the function of carbohydrates on the nonenveloped but glycosylated rotavirus. We show that tunicamycin and, more pronouncedly, a combination of tunicamycin and brefeldin A treatment caused misfolding of the luminal VP7 protein… (More)

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