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Protein found in the cytoplasm, the content of a cell within the plasma membrane and, in eukaryotics cells, surrounding the nucleus. This three-dimensional, jelly-like lattice interconnects and supports the other solid structures. The cytosol (the soluble portion of the cytoplasm outside the organelles) is mostly composed of water and many low molecular weight compounds. In eukaryotes, the cytoplasm also contains a network of cytoplasmic filaments (cytoskeleton).
Category: Cellular component · UniProtKB (1,728,867)
Protein found in the host cytoplasm, the content of a host cell within the plasma membrane and, in eukaryotics cells, surrounds the host nucleus.
Category: Cellular component · UniProtKB (107,992)
|Viral penetration into host cytoplasm|
Viral protein involved in the entry of the entire virion or its genetic material into the host cell cytoplasm. Entry is achieved through pore formation, membrane fusion and/or endocytosis mechanisms. Penetration reactions occur mainly in five locations: the cell membrane, early and late endosomes, caveosomes, and the ER.
Category: Biological process · UniProtKB (270,467)