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Mosquito La protein binds to the 3′ untranslated region of the positive and negative polarity dengue virus RNAs and relocates to the cytoplasm of infected cells
In vitro Interaction of Poliovirus with Cytoplasmic Dynein
Evidence that the 45-kD Glycoprotein, Part of a Putative Dengue Virus Receptor Complex in the Mosquito Cell Line C6/36, Is a Heat-Shock–Related Protein


Use of a commercial enzyme immunoassay to monitor dengue virus replication in cultured cells
Endocytic pathway followed by dengue virus to infect the mosquito cell line C6/36 HT
Heat shock effect upon dengue virus replication into U937 cells


Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein is relocated to the cytoplasm and is required during dengue virus infection in Vero cells


JNK phosphorylation, induced during dengue virus infection, is important for viral infection and requires the presence of cholesterol
Antibody-dependent enhancement of dengue virus infection in U937 cells requires cholesterol-rich membrane microdomains
Construction of a dengue virus type 4 reporter replicon and analysis of temperature-sensitive mutations in non-structural proteins 3 and 5
Insights into dengue virus genome replication