The stress granule protein G3BP1 recruits protein kinase R to promote multiple innate immune antiviral responses.

@article{Reineke2015TheSG,
  title={The stress granule protein G3BP1 recruits protein kinase R to promote multiple innate immune antiviral responses.},
  author={Lucas C Reineke and Richard E. Lloyd},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2015},
  volume={89 5},
  pages={2575-89}
}
UNLABELLED Stress granules (SGs) are cytoplasmic storage sites containing translationally silenced mRNPs that can be released to resume translation after stress subsides. We previously showed that poliovirus 3C proteinase cleaves the SG-nucleating protein G3BP1, blocking the ability of cells to form SGs late in infection. Many other viruses also target G3BP1 and inhibit SG formation, but the reasons why these functions evolved are unclear. Previously, we also showed a link between G3BP1-induced… CONTINUE READING
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