Nuclear Perturbations Following Adenovirus Infection
Adenoviruses are processed and assembled in the nuclei of infected cells and thereby produce significant perturbations to their structure and function. As the complex interactions that occur in the nuclei of uninfected cells are not yet fully understood many of the changes seen on infection have been described mainly in morphological terms. This chapter attempts to place more recent findings into this context and demonstrates that adenoviruses are able to hijack many cellular processes and enzymes to their advantage. In particular, modifications to nuclear PODs and nucleoli have more recently been explored in greater detail.
KeywordsNuclear Matrix Adenovirus Infection Nucleolar Protein Protein Versus rRNA Synthesis
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