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>Revistas >Revista Latinoamericana de Microbiología >Año 2006, No. 2


López CS, del Angel RM, Chávez SS, Reyes del VJ, Ceballos OI, Medina F, Méndez E, Montero H, López S, González RA, Flint SJ
Biología molecular de virus Interacciones de los virus con su célula huésped
Proteínas celulares involucradas en la unión y entrada del virus del dengue
La liberación y la entrada de astrovirus humano en su célula huésped son promovidas por proteasas de origen celular
Secuestrando la maquinaria biosintética de la célula: La estrategia de los rotavirus
Regulación de la producción de mRNA por los oncogenes E1B Y E4 de adenovirus

Microbiología 2006; 48 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 25
Paginas: 196-202
Archivo PDF: 87.55 Kb.


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FRAGMENTO

Los virus son parásitos obligados y como tales, dependen totalmente de la maquinaria celular para todos los eventos necesarios para la replicación de su genoma. Independientemente del virus del que se trate, el ciclo replicativo de los virus tiene varios pasos comunes que requieren de mecanismos y proteínas presentes en la célula huésped:


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