Budding viral hijackers co-opt the endocytic machinery to make a getaway
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Journal of Biology 2003, 3:2 doi:10.1186/1475-4924-3-2Published: 19 December 2003
A retroviral Gag protein interacts with a cellular protein involved in forming endocytic vesicles in a manner that affects the production of virus particles. These findings help define the suite of host-cell components that are usurped by the virus to help it propagate.