Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: An influenza virus particle enters and fuses within a CD81-positive endosome after entry. Live cell confocal imaging of DiD-labeled X-31 added in situ to CD81-mEmearld expressing A549 cells maintained at 37°C. The images were collected with a 0.5 s interval. Movie is played seven times faster than the raw acquired data. Date October 2013 Source Movie S1 from He J, Sun E, Bujny M, Kim D, Davidson M, Zhuang X (2013). "Dual Function of CD81 in Influenza Virus Uncoating and Budding". PLOS Pathogens. DOI:10.1371/journal.ppat.1003701. PMID 24130495. PMC: 3795033. Author He J, Sun E, Bujny M, Kim D, Davidson M, Zhuang X Permission
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