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Journal of Virology
Several groups have reported that certain herpesvirus envelope proteins do not remain on the surface of cells that express them but rather are internalized by endocytosis in a recycling process. The biological function of membrane protein endocytosis in the virus life cycle remains a matter of speculation and debate. In this report, we demonstrate that some, but not all, membrane proteins encoded by the alphaherpesvirus pseudorabies virus (PRV) are internalized after reaching the plasmadoi:10.1128/jvi.72.6.4571-4579.1998 fatcat:vvesxkurq5ailiclyxsbav54u4