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Viral non-structural proteins, such as NSs of the newly emerging severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome virus, are well established virulence factors, mediating viral pathogenesis and disease progression through various mechanisms. NSs has been described as a potent interferon antagonist and NF-κB agonist, two divergent signaling pathways in many immune responses upon a viral encounter. In this review, we highlight the many mechanisms used by NSs on the host that promote viral replicationdoi:10.3390/v13050876 pmid:34064604 fatcat:a3lgjfdourevfmt33r5wu4co3u