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- Wu, Shuo, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Virology journal 2014 v.11 no.1 pp. 192
- Enterovirus A; Enterovirus C; Western blotting; assays; cytoplasmic granules; enzyme activity; fluorescent antibody technique; granules; mutants; plasmids; proteinases; site-directed mutagenesis; transfection
- ... BACKGROUND: Stress granules (SGs) are granular aggregates in the cytoplasm that are formed under a variety of stress situations including viral infection. Previous studies indicate that poliovirus, a member of Picornaviridae, can induce SG formation. However, the exact mechanism by which the picornaviruses induce SG formation is unknown. METHOD: The localization of SG markers in cells infected wit ...
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