Viral penetration via lysis of host organellar membrane


Non-enveloped viruses transfer their genetic material from endosome compartment to cell cytoplasm through membrane permeabilization or lysis.
Lysis occurs when a viral capsid induces rupture of endosomal membrane. This process occurs after capsid protein conformational change triggered by endosomal acidic pH or upon receptor binding. The result is either viral particle escape to the cytoplasm (Adenovirus 2 and 5) or release of viral genome into the cytoplasm (Human rhinovirus)

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Pre-protein VI (pVI)

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CAP6_ADEG1Fowl adenovirus A serotype 1 (strain CELO / Phelps) (FAdV-1) (Avian adenovirus ... reference strain
CAP6_ADE12Human adenovirus A serotype 12 (HAdV-12) (Human adenovirus 12) reference strain
CAP6_ADE02Human adenovirus C serotype 2 (HAdV-2) (Human adenovirus 2) reference strain
CAP6_ADECCCanine adenovirus serotype 1 (strain CLL) (CAdV-1) (Canine adenovirus 1 (strain ...
CAP6_ADECRCanine adenovirus serotype 1 (strain RI261) (CAdV-1) (Canine adenovirus 1 ...
CAP6_ADE05Human adenovirus C serotype 5 (HAdV-5) (Human adenovirus 5)
CAP6_ADE40Human adenovirus F serotype 40 (HAdV-40) (Human adenovirus 40)
CAP6_ADE41Human adenovirus F serotype 41 (HAdV-41) (Human adenovirus 41)
CAP6_ADEM1Murine adenovirus A serotype 1 (MAdV-1) (Murine adenovirus 1)
CAP6_ADES1Snake adenovirus serotype 1 (SnAdV-1)

Genome polyprotein