Bunyaviruses and the Type I Interferon System
AbstractThe family Bunyaviridae contains more than 350 viruses that are distributed throughout the world. Most members of the family are transmitted by arthopods, and several cause disease in man, domesticated animals and crop plants. Despite being recognized as an emerging threat, details of the virulence mechanisms employed by bunyaviruses are scant. In this article we summarise the information currently available on how these viruses are able to establish infection when confronted with a powerful antiviral interferon system. View Full-Text
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Elliott, R.M.; Weber, F. Bunyaviruses and the Type I Interferon System. Viruses 2009, 1, 1003-1021.
Elliott RM, Weber F. Bunyaviruses and the Type I Interferon System. Viruses. 2009; 1(3):1003-1021.Chicago/Turabian Style
Elliott, Richard M.; Weber, Friedemann. 2009. "Bunyaviruses and the Type I Interferon System." Viruses 1, no. 3: 1003-1021.