Nuclear exit of viral genome

All nuclear replicating viruses must get their progeny out of the nucleus. This process requires dedicated viral proteins, indeed it is unnatural for a cell to let DNA or un-spliced RNA material escape from the nucleus.

Three major ways allows nuclear virus exit from this organelle:
-Nuclear pore export: export of genetic material with a shuttle protein
-Nuclear egress: budding, and fusion through the nuclear membranes to reach cytoplasm
-Nuclear envelope breakdown

Virus family Nuclear pore export Nuclear egress Nuclear envelope breakdown
dsDNA
Adenoviridae ???
Ascoviridae ???
Baculoviridae
Herpesviridae
Iridoviridae ???
Nudivirus
Papillomaviridae
Phycodnaviridae ???
Polydnaviridae ???
Polyomaviridae
ssDNA
Anelloviridae ???
Circoviridae
Geminiviridae
Nanoviridae
Parvoviridae
ssRNA(-)
Bornaviridae
Deltavirus
Orthomyxoviridae
ssRNA(RT)
Alpharetrovirus
Lentivirus
dsDNA(RT)
Caulimoviridae
Hepadnaviridae