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Viruses, Volume 11, Issue 3 (March 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Viruses exploit glycans for initial attachment to and subsequent infection of host cells. The host [...] Read more. Viruses exploit glycans for initial attachment to and subsequent infection of host cells. The host counteracts the infection by means of glycan-containing molecules acting as decoy receptors. These decoys bind to incoming (or progeny) viruses and prevent their interactions with functional glycan-containing receptors. In this issue of Viruses, Chandra et al. demonstrate that sulfated glycosaminoglycans act as decoy receptors to ocular adenovirus and impair virus interaction with functional sialic acid-containing receptors. View this paper.