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Viruses 2018 - Breakthroughs in Viral Replication

S5: Genome Packaging and Replication/Assembly

Confirmed Speakers

Dr. K. Andrew White
York University, Canada

Prof. Dr. Adam Zlotnick
Indiana University, USA

Dr. Eric O. Freed
National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA

Prof. Dr. Don C. Lamb
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

List of Accepted Abstracts (31)
Temperature-Sensitive Mutants as a Tool to Dissect the Influenza RNA-Polymerase Targeting to the Nucleus
The Vpu-Interacting Protein ATP6V0C Regulates Expression of Tetherin and HIV-1 Release
A New Biotinylation System to Investigate Enveloped Virus Assembly
A Reverse Genetics System for Rotavirus
Adenovirus Activation of the Unfolded Protein Response Sensor Ire1 Enhances Immediate Early Viral Transcription to Promote Viral Persistence and Lytic Egress
Adenovirus Coupled Assembly and Packaging at the Periphery of the Replication Center
Assembly and Disassembly of HBV: Biology Recapitulates Physics
Cd302 and Cr1l Restrict Hepatitis C Virus Infection of Murine Hepatocytes and Contribute to the Human:Mouse Species Barrier
Commonalities in Mechanisms of Action between Three Distinct Classes of Human Cytomegalovirus DNA Cleavage/Packaging Inhibitors
Crystal Structure of the Dengue Virus Promoter RNA
by Kay Choi  *
Curaxin CBL0100 Blocks HIV-1 Replication and Reactivation through Inhibition of Viral Transcriptional Elongation
Deep Mutational Scan of the Highly Conserved Influenza A M1 Matrix Protein Reveals Substantial Intrinsic Mutational Tolerance
Differential Phosphorylation and N-Terminal Configuration of Capsid Subunits in Parvovirus Assembly and Viral Trafficking
Gag Induced PIP2 Nanoclustering during HIV-1 Assembly: From Model Membranes to Infectious Virus in CD4 T-cells
HCMV Envelope Protein gpUL132 Controls Viral Production through Efficient Viral AC Formation
HCV NS5B Phosphorylation
Hepatitis A Virus Codon Usage: Implications for Virus Biology and Phenotype
HIV-1 Assembly, Release, and Maturation
Host-Specific Differences in Rift Valley Fever Virus Genome Packaging
Identification of cis-Acting RNA Sequences Involved in Norovirus VPg-Dependent RNA Synthesis
Identification of Small Molecules Inhibiting the Dimerization of HCMV DNA Polymerase Processivity Factor UL44
Intra-Genomic RNA-Based Regulation in a Plus-Strand RNA Virus
Lethal Mutagenesis of Flaviviruses: Zika Virus and Usutu Virus Differ in Their Relative Sensitivity to Three Mutagenic Nucleosides
Probing Lipid and Protein Dynamics at Individual HIV-1 Assembly Sites
Protein-Assisted RNA Folding Mediates Specific RNA–RNA Genome Segment Interactions in Segmented RNA Viruses
Shuttling of Influenza A Virus Nuclear Export Protein: Dynamics of Oligomerization and Nuclear Export Studied by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
The Amino-Terminus of the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) p7 Viroporin and Its Cleavage from Glycoprotein E2-p7 Precursor Determine Specific Infectivity and Secretion Levels of HCV Particle Type
The HCV NS5A Interacting Proteins TBC1D20 and Rab1 Have a Role in Lipid Droplet Formation
The Hepacivirus and Pestivirus NS3 Helicases Act as Motor Proteins to Power RNA Encapsidation during Virus Particle Assembly
The Role of the Pro-Rich Loop of CA in HIV-1 Assembly, Maturation and Infectivity
Using Fluorescence Microscopy to Illuminate Virus Entry and Assembly