Involvement of Microtubular Network and Its Motors in Productive Endocytic Trafficking of Mouse Polyomavirus

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Infection of non-enveloped polyomaviruses depends on an intact microtubular network. Here we focus on mouse polyomavirus (MPyV). We show that the dynamics of MPyV cytoplasmic transport reflects the characteristics of microtubular motor-driven transport with bi-directional saltatory movements. In cells treated with microtubule-disrupting agents, localization… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096922

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@inproceedings{la2014InvolvementOM, title={Involvement of Microtubular Network and Its Motors in Productive Endocytic Trafficking of Mouse Polyomavirus}, author={Vojtěch Ž{\'i}la and Francesco Difato and Lucie Klimova and Sandra Hu{\'e}rfano and Jitka Forstov{\'a}}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2014} }