Intrinsic immunity: a front line defense against viral attack Paul D. Bieniasz Nature Immunology 2004. Reviewed by Christina Ziegler Oct 26 th 2009. Relationship of intrinsic immunity with innate and adaptive immunity.
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Intrinsic immunity: a front line defense against viral attackPaul D. BieniaszNature Immunology 2004
Reviewedby Christina Ziegler
Oct 26th 2009
Cone-shaped viral capsid is formed by CA hexamers.
Non-permissive cells express a homolog of Cytidine deaminases called APOBEC3 (apolipoprotein B mRNA editing enzyme, catalytic polypeptide-like 3).
Sum of mechanisms exploid by the discussed factors of the intrinsic immunity
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Summary of known intrinsic factors
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