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Keyword - Cytoplasmic inwards viral transport (KW-1176)

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Definition

Viral protein that allows the active transport of viral components along cytoskeletal filaments toward the intracellular replication sites during virus entry. Viruses such as adenoviruses, adeno-associated virus, vaccinia virus, poliovirus, canine parvovirus, African swine fever virus, rabies virus, human herpes virus 1, foamy virus are thought to use active intracellular transport of viral components.

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Biological process

Gene Ontology

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GOi

transport of viral material towards nucleus [ GO:0075606 ]

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Cytoplasmic inwards viral transportVirus entry into host cellBiological process
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