The lipidomes of vesicular stomatitis virus, semliki forest virus, and the host plasma membrane analyzed by quantitative shotgun mass spectrometry.

@article{Kalvodova2009TheLO,
  title={The lipidomes of vesicular stomatitis virus, semliki forest virus, and the host plasma membrane analyzed by quantitative shotgun mass spectrometry.},
  author={Lucie Kalvodova and J{\'u}lio L. Sampaio and Sandra Myriam Cordo and Christer S Ejsing and Andrej Shevchenko and Kai Simons},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2009},
  volume={83 16},
  pages={7996-8003}
}
Although enveloped virus assembly in the host cell is a crucial step in the virus life cycle, it remains poorly understood. One issue is how viruses include lipids in their membranes during budding from infected host cells. To analyze this issue, we took advantage of the fact that baby hamster kidney cells can be infected by two different viruses, namely, vesicular stomatitis virus and Semliki Forest virus, from the Rhabdoviridae and Togaviridae families, respectively. We purified the host… CONTINUE READING

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