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Infectious cell entry mechanism of influenza virus

Journal of Virology

Jul 1, 1982

A YoshimuraS Ohnishi

PMID: 7109028

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Interaction between influenza virus WSN strain and MDCK cells was studied by using spin-labeled phospholipids and electron microscopy. Envelope fusion was negligibly small at neutral pH but greatly activated in acidic media in a narrow pH range around 5.0. The half-time was less than 1 ...read more

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Virion
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Myopathy
Chloroquine
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Infectious cell entry mechanism of influenza virus

Journal of Virology

Jul 1, 1982

A YoshimuraS Ohnishi

PMID: 7109028

DOI:

Abstract

Interaction between influenza virus WSN strain and MDCK cells was studied by using spin-labeled phospholipids and electron microscopy. Envelope fusion was negligibly small at neutral pH but greatly activated in acidic media in a narrow pH range around 5.0. The half-time was less than 1 ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Lysosome Assembly Pathway
Viral Genome Location
Endocytosis
Virus envelope
Virion
Uptake
Virus Replication
Influenza
Myopathy
Chloroquine
1
55

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