Ebola VP40 Loop Region Mechanics Vital for Viral Replication

Once inside a host cell, the Ebola virus interacts with the plasma membrane (PM) to facilitate viral budding, as part of the infective process. Without this interaction, viral transcription and eventual replication within host tissues is not possible. Researchers have established that the viral protein VP40, one of seven encoded by the virus’s negative-sense RNA Read the rest of this article

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