The US3-encoded protein kinase from pseudorabies virus affects egress of virions from the nucleus.

@article{Wagenaar1995TheUP,
  title={The US3-encoded protein kinase from pseudorabies virus affects egress of virions from the nucleus.},
  author={F G Wagenaar and J. M. A. Pol and Ben Peeters and Arno L J Gielkens and Niels de Wind and Tjeerd G. Kimman},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={1995},
  volume={76 ( Pt 7)},
  pages={1851-9}
}
We examined the influence of inactivation of various genes located in the unique short (U(S)) region of pseudorabies virus on virus replication and assembly in porcine nasal mucosa explant cultures. The following strains were used: the virulent wild-type strain NIA-3, and strains derived from NIA-3 containing a mutation inactivating the genes encoding either the US3-encoded protein kinase (PK), gG, gD, gI, gE, the 28 kDa ('28K') protein (single mutant), or the 28K and 11 kDa ('11K') proteins… CONTINUE READING

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