Role of sialic acid-containing molecules in paramyxovirus entry into the host cell: A minireview

@article{Villar2006RoleOS,
  title={Role of sialic acid-containing molecules in paramyxovirus entry into the host cell: A minireview},
  author={Enrique Villar and Isabel Mu{\~n}oz Barroso},
  journal={Glycoconjugate Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={5-17}
}
Sialic acid-containing compounds play a key role in the initial steps of the paramyxovirus life cycle. As enveloped viruses, their entry into the host cell consists of two main events: binding to the host cell and membrane fusion. Virus adsorption occurs at the surface of the host cell with the recognition of specific receptor molecules located at the cell membrane by specific viral attachment proteins. The viral attachment protein present in some paramyxoviruses (Respirovirus, Rubulavirus and… 
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