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A single point mutation controls the cholesterol dependence of Semliki Forest virus entry and exit.
Structure and interactions at the viral surface of the envelope protein E1 of Semliki Forest virus. Structure 2006;14:75-86.
Renkonen, "Isolation and characterization of the membrane proteins of semliki forest virus," Journal of Virology, vol.
Garoff, "Membrane fusion process of Semliki Forest virus II: cleavage-dependent reorganization of the spike protein complex controls virus entry," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Helenius, "Fusion of Semliki forest virus with the plasma membrane can be induced by low pH," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Fries, "On the entry of Semliki Forest virus into BHK-21 cells," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Vectors based on Semliki Forest virus for rapid and efficient gene transfer into non-endothelial cardiovascular cells: comparison to adenovirus.
A new generation of animal cell expression vectors based on the Semliki Forest virus replicon.Biol Technology 1991; 9: 1356-1361.
Semliki forest virus budding: assay, mechanisms, and cholesterol requirement.
Biogenesis of the Semliki Forest virus RNA replication complex.
Louis encephalitis virus, yellow fever virus, Powassan virus, Semliki Forest virus, o'nyong-nyong virus, chikungunya virus, and Spondweni virus.
In the related Semliki Forest virus, a corresponding mutation conferred a replication advantage in cholesterol-depleted insect cells (24), which for the virus would implicate an advantage in its reservoir.