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A complex of seven vaccinia virus proteins conserved in all chordopoxviruses is required for the association of membranes and viroplasm to form immature virions.
Assembly and disassembly of the capsid-like external scaffold of immature virions during vaccinia virus morphogenesis.
External scaffold of spherical immature poxvirus particles is made of protein trimers, forming a honeycomb lattice.
Evidence for an essential catalytic role of the F10 protein kinase in vaccinia virus morphogenesis.
Unique temperature-sensitive defect in vaccinia virus morphogenesis maps to a single nucleotide substitution in the A30L gene.
Effects of a temperature sensitivity mutation in the J1R protein component of a complex required for vaccinia virus assembly.
Vaccinia virus G7L protein Interacts with the A30L protein and is required for association of viral membranes with dense viroplasm to form immature virions.
Physical and functional interactions between vaccinia virus F10 protein kinase and virion assembly proteins A30 and G7.
Vaccinia virus A30L protein is required for association of viral membranes with dense viroplasm to form immature virions.