Proteomics analysis unravels the functional repertoire of coronavirus nonstructural protein 3.

@article{Neuman2008ProteomicsAU,
  title={Proteomics analysis unravels the functional repertoire of coronavirus nonstructural protein 3.},
  author={Benjamin William Neuman and Jeremiah S. Joseph and Kumar Singh Saikatendu and Pedro Luis Serrano and Amarnath Chatterjee and Margaret A. Johnson and Lujian Liao and Joseph P. Klaus and John R. Yates and Kurt W{\"u}thrich and Raymond C. Stevens and Michael J Buchmeier and Peter Kuhn},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2008},
  volume={82 11},
  pages={5279-94}
}
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus infection and growth are dependent on initiating signaling and enzyme actions upon viral entry into the host cell. Proteins packaged during virus assembly may subsequently form the first line of attack and host manipulation upon infection. A complete characterization of virion components is therefore important to understanding the dynamics of early stages of infection. Mass spectrometry and kinase profiling techniques identified nearly 200… CONTINUE READING
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