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Viruses 2011, 3(9), 1624-1633; doi:10.3390/v3091624
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Restricted Access to Myeloid Cells Explained

Received: 14 July 2011; in revised form: 24 August 2011 / Accepted: 27 August 2011 / Published: 5 September 2011
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Abstract: The lentiviral accessory protein, Vpx, is known to counteract a restriction factor that is specific to myeloid cells, such as macrophages and dendritic cells. This review summarizes the findings in two seminal studies that identify SAMHD1 as the cellular protein that is responsible for myeloid cell restriction, and establish the existence of other types of restriction in these cells.
Keywords: Vpx; DCAF-1; SAMHD1; ubiquitin; Cullin4; HIV; SIV; macrophage; dendritic cell; myeloid cell Vpx; DCAF-1; SAMHD1; ubiquitin; Cullin4; HIV; SIV; macrophage; dendritic cell; myeloid cell
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Planelles, V. Restricted Access to Myeloid Cells Explained. Viruses 2011, 3, 1624-1633.

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Planelles V. Restricted Access to Myeloid Cells Explained. Viruses. 2011; 3(9):1624-1633.

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Planelles, Vicente. 2011. "Restricted Access to Myeloid Cells Explained." Viruses 3, no. 9: 1624-1633.


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