Influenza A virus enhances its propagation through the modulation of Annexin-A1 dependent endosomal trafficking and apoptosis

@inproceedings{Arora2016InfluenzaAV,
  title={Influenza A virus enhances its propagation through the modulation of Annexin-A1 dependent endosomal trafficking and apoptosis},
  author={Shilpi Arora and Wan Teck Lim and Pradeep Bist and Revathy Perumalsamy and Hakim Mahamod Lukman and Fangda Li and Leah Welker and Bing Yan and Gautam Sethi and Paul Ananth Tambyah and A-M Fairhurst and Salamanca Alonso and L H K Lim},
  booktitle={Cell Death and Differentiation},
  year={2016}
}
The influenza virus infects millions of people each year and can result in severe complications. Understanding virus recognition and host responses to influenza infection will enable future development of more effective anti-viral therapies. Previous research has revealed diverse yet important roles for the annexin family of proteins in modulating the course of influenza A virus (IAV) infection. However, the role of Annexin-A1 (ANXA1) in IAV infection has not been addressed. Here, we show that… CONTINUE READING
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