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Cargo Trafficked Across Bacteria on "Treadmills"

News   Jun 14, 2019 | Original story by UC San Diego

 
Cargo Trafficked Across Bacteria on "Treadmills"

Cartoon showing a viral replication factory assembled by some jumbo viruses. Viral DNA replicates inside the nucleus (blue shell). Viral capsids travel to the nucleus along a treadmilling filament. Capsids dock on the nucleus in order to package viral DNA. Credit: Pogliano/Villa Labs, UC San Diego, 2019

 
 
 

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