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GO:0044694 pore-mediated entry of viral genome into host cell

Term Information

ID GO:0044694
Name pore-mediated entry of viral genome into host cell
Ontology Biological Process
Definition Injection by a non-enveloped virus of the viral genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host cell membrane(s). Usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid or bacteriophage tail.
Comment This mechanism is used by animal viruses such as poliovirus. Various tailed bacteriophages also carry specialized proteins which open a pore or a channel in the host membrane(s) to allow genome delivery into host cytoplasm.
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Type Synonym
exact viral entry via genome injection
exact viral genome translocation
narrow viral genome delivery via icosahedral vertex
exact pore-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
related viral pore-forming protein
related membrane puncture-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell

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Cross-references

Database ID
UniProtKB-KW Pore-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
VZ 979

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Has part GO:0039707 pore formation by virus in membrane of host cell

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Co-occurring Terms

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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0044694 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0044694 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-10-25 Added RELATION is a GO:0046794 (transport of virus)
2013-09-28 Added SYNONYM viral pore-forming protein
2013-09-28 Deleted DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of their genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host membrane or cell envelope. This is usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid. In phages the genome is delivered into the host cell through a genome delivery apparatus located at one of the viral vertices and, for tailed bacteriophages, through the entire tail which in some phages is contractile.
2013-09-28 Added DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of the viral genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host cell membrane(s). Usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid or bacteriophage tail.
2013-09-28 Added SYNONYM membrane puncture-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
2012-11-17 Deleted SYNONYM <new synonym>
2012-08-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0046718 (viral entry into host cell)
2012-08-24 Added XREF VZ:979
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral genome translocation
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral entry via genome injection
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM pore-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral genome delivery via icosahedral vertex
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM <new synonym>
2012-08-24 Added DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of their genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host membrane or cell envelope. This is usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid. In phages the genome is delivered into the host cell through a genome delivery apparatus located at one of the viral vertices and, for tailed bacteriophages, through the entire tail which in some phages is contractile.
2012-08-24 Added TERM pore-mediated entry of viral genome into host cell

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-08-24 Added TERM pore-mediated entry of viral genome into host cell

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-09-28 Added SYNONYM viral pore-forming protein
2013-09-28 Deleted DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of their genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host membrane or cell envelope. This is usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid. In phages the genome is delivered into the host cell through a genome delivery apparatus located at one of the viral vertices and, for tailed bacteriophages, through the entire tail which in some phages is contractile.
2013-09-28 Added DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of the viral genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host cell membrane(s). Usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid or bacteriophage tail.
2013-09-28 Added SYNONYM membrane puncture-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
2012-11-17 Deleted SYNONYM <new synonym>
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral genome translocation
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral entry via genome injection
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM pore-mediated penetration of viral genome into host cell
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM viral genome delivery via icosahedral vertex
2012-08-24 Added SYNONYM <new synonym>
2012-08-24 Added DEFINITION Injection by a non-enveloped virus of their genome into the host cytoplasm through creation of a pore or channel in the host membrane or cell envelope. This is usually mediated by a viral pore-forming peptide associated with the viral capsid. In phages the genome is delivered into the host cell through a genome delivery apparatus located at one of the viral vertices and, for tailed bacteriophages, through the entire tail which in some phages is contractile.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-10-25 Added RELATION is a GO:0046794 (transport of virus)
2012-08-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0046718 (viral entry into host cell)

Cross-references

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-08-24 Added XREF VZ:979
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