VIRUS-INDUCED CHANGES IN NUCLEAR PROTEINS AND MEMBRANES IN NICOTIANA BENTHAMIANA CELLS

Caleb Mathias
Viruses rely on host proteins to complete their life cycles. This results in alterations to normal cell physiology to processes which benefit viral processes such as replication and movement to other cells. This may involve the relocalization of host proteins away from their original subcellular targets to sites which may benefit the virus, a process that is not as well understood as it relates to the nucleus. To identify nuclear proteins that may be involved...
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