The baculovirus P10 protein of Autographa californica nucleopolyhedrovirus forms two distinct cytoskeletal-like structures and associates with polyhedral occlusion bodies during infection.

@article{Carpentier2008TheBP,
  title={The baculovirus P10 protein of Autographa californica nucleopolyhedrovirus forms two distinct cytoskeletal-like structures and associates with polyhedral occlusion bodies during infection.},
  author={David C J Carpentier and Caroline M Griffiths and Linda L. King},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2008},
  volume={371 2},
  pages={278-91}
}
The role of the microtubule-associated P10 protein of baculoviruses is not yet understood. P10 has previously been linked with the formation of a number of cytoskeletal-like or cytoskeleton-associated structures in the nucleus and cytoplasm, thought to be involved in the morphogenesis of virus polyhedral occlusion bodies. The formation of these structures was studied by immunofluorescence laser scanning confocal microscopy in TN368 cells, a model system amenable to the study of virus… CONTINUE READING
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