Comparison of Effects of Inhibitors of Viral and Cellular Protein Kinases on Human Cytomegalovirus Disruption of Nuclear Lamina and Nuclear Egress
Coen, Donald M.
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CitationSharma, M., and D. M. Coen. 2014. “Comparison of Effects of Inhibitors of Viral and Cellular Protein Kinases on Human Cytomegalovirus Disruption of Nuclear Lamina and Nuclear Egress.” Journal of Virology 88 (18): 10982–85. https://doi.org/10.1128/jvi.01391-14.
AbstractHuman cytomegalovirus (HCMV) kinase UL97 is required for efficient nuclear lamina disruption during nuclear egress. However, cellular protein kinase C (PKC) has been implicated in this process in other systems. Comparing the effects of UL97 and cellular kinase inhibitors on HCMV nuclear egress confirms a role for UL97 in lamina disruption and nuclear egress. A pan-PKC inhibitor did not affect lamina disruption but did reduce the number of cytoplasmic capsids more than the number of nuclear capsids.
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