Dissection of gammaretroviral receptor function by using type III phosphate transporters as models.

Abstract

Gammaretroviruses that enter cells via binding to a surface receptor use one of two fundamental mechanisms. In the first, binding of the virus particle to its cognate receptor is followed by fusion and internalization. The second, less common mechanism requires the addition of an accessory protein in order to achieve fusion and entry into the target cells… (More)

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