Viral UL47:UL48 Proteins Bind HCMV Tegumented Virion to Host Microtuble and Dynein complexs

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R-HSA-9614343
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Reaction [transition]
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Homo sapiens
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Human cytomegalovirus
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Tegument proteins help deliver the Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) genome-containing capsid to the nucleus during the viral entry process. Signals initiated upon receptor binding induce cellular antiviral responses but may also prime the cell for subsequent events during viral entry. The Capsid-associated tegument proteins UL47 and UL48 (and perhaps pp150) direct capsids along microtubules (MTs) toward nuclear pore complexes driven by cellular motor proteins such as dynein.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
  Fields Virology

Knipe, DM, Howley, PM

  2013
18203656 Entry route of HCMV into endothelial cells

Sinzger, C

J. Clin. Virol. 2008
12857923 Microtubule network facilitates nuclear targeting of human cytomegalovirus capsid

Ogawa-Goto, K, Tanaka, K, Gibson, W, Moriishi, E, Miura, Y, Kurata, T, Irie, S, Sata, T

J. Virol. 2003
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microtubule binding activity of HCMV Tegumented Virion [viral tegument]
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viral infectious disease 934 arbovirus infectious disease, Viral disease, Viral infection NOS, Viral infection, unspecified (disorder), Viral infection NOS, Viral disease (disorder), Viral disease, Viral infection NOS (disorder), Viral Infection, virus infection, virus infection, Viral: [infection NOS] or [illness]
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