Viral interactions with the cytoskeleton: a hitchhiker's guide to the cell.

  title={Viral interactions with the cytoskeleton: a hitchhiker's guide to the cell.},
  author={Kerstin Radtke and Katinka D{\"o}hner and Beate Sodeik},
  journal={Cellular microbiology},
  volume={8 3},
The actin and microtubule cytoskeleton play important roles in the life cycle of every virus. During attachment, internalization, endocytosis, nuclear targeting, transcription, replication, transport of progeny subviral particles, assembly, exocytosis, or cell-to-cell spread, viruses make use of different cellular cues and signals to enlist the cytoskeleton for their mission. Viruses induce rearrangements of cytoskeletal filaments so that they can utilize them as tracks or shove them aside when… CONTINUE READING
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