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The entry of enveloped viruses into cells begins when the membrane that surrounds these virus particles fuse with a cell membrane. The process of virus-cell fusion must be tightly regulated, to make sure it happens in the right cells. The fusion activity of measles viruses isolated from the brains of AIDS patients is not properly regulated, …
On episode #311 of the science show This Week in Virology, Vincent visits the University of Georgia where he speaks with Zhen Fu and Biao He about their work on rabies virus and paramyxoviruses. You can find TWiV #311, audio and video versions, at www.microbe.tv/twiv.
On this episode of the science show This Week in Virology, which was recorded before a large enthusiastic audience at the annual meeting of the American Society for Virology, Vincent, Rich, and Kathy speak with Rebecca and Christiane about their work on metapneumoviruses and noroviruses. You can find TWiV #243 at www.microbe.tv/twiv.
On episode #185 of the science show This Week in Virology, Vincent visits with members of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Northwestern University School of Medicine to discuss their work on herpesviruses and parainfluenzaviruses. You can find TWiV #185 at www.microbe.tv/twiv.
On episode #183 of the science show This Week in Virology, Connor Bamford joins the TWiV team to discuss bats as hosts for major mammalian paramyxoviruses. You can find TWiV #183 at www.microbe.tv/twiv.