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Title:Mechanism of Membranous Tunnelling Nanotube Formation in Viral Genome Delivery
Authors:Peralta B, Gil-Carton D, Castano-Diez D, Bertin A, Boulogne C, Oksanen HM, Bamford DH, Abrescia NGA
Sample:Lipid-containing bacteriophage PRD1
Method:Subtomogram averaging (64 angstroms resolution)
Red flagLatest update:2013-10-16
Summary
Status: Released
Deposition date: 2013-08-13
Deposition site: PDBe
Processing site: PDBe
Header release date: 2013-09-11
Map release date: 2013-10-02
Primary citation: Mechanism of membranous tunnelling nanotube formation in viral genome delivery.
Peralta B, Gil-Carton D, Castano-Diez D, Bertin A, Boulogne C, Oksanen HM, Bamford DH, Abrescia NGA
PLOS BIOL. (2013) 11, pp. e1001667-e1001667 [PubMed 24086111] [DOI]
Secondary citation: Insights into assembly from structural analysis of bacteriophage PRD1
Abrescia NG, Cockburn JJ, Grimes JM, Sutton GC, Diprose JM, Butcher SJ, Fuller SD, SanMartin C, Burnett RM, Stuart DI, Bamford DH, Bamford JK
NATURE (2004) 432, pp. 68-74 [PubMed 15525981] [DOI]
Secondary citation: Membrane structure and interactions with protein and DNA in bacteriophage PRD1.
Cockburn JJ, Abrescia NG, Grimes JM, Sutton GC, Diprose JM, Benevides JM, Thomas GJ, Bamford JK, Bamford DH, Stuart DI
NATURE (2004) 432, pp. 122-125 [PubMed 15525993] [DOI]
Sample: Lipid-containing bacteriophage PRD1
Resolution: 64 Å (determined by FSC 0.5)