In order to initiate successful infection, viruses have to transmit and deliver their genome from one host cell or organism to another. To achieve this, enveloped viruses must first fuse their membrane with those of the target host cell.

Here, it’s described the sequence of events leading to the entry of representative enveloped viruses, highlighting the strategies they use to gain access to the host cell cytosol.

The snapshot is published in Cell Journal

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