Characterization of Structural and Functional Flexibility in Herpesvirus Outer Tegument Proteins

Metrick, Claire.

2018

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  • Abstract: Herpesviruses are large, enveloped, DNA viruses that infect nearly all vertebrates from fish to humans and cause diseases ranging from mild to fatal. They are morphologically complex and sandwiched between their genome-filled capsid and glycoprotein-studded envelope, herpesviruses feature a dynamic layer of viral proteins called the tegument. Tegument proteins play important structur... read more
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