This protein not only grabs the wheel, it steps on the gas ... Overtaking the cellular motor to invade the nervous system is a complicated accomplishment that most viruses are incapable of achieving. Yet the herpesvirus uses one protein, no others required, to transport its genetic information over long distances without stopping.
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Gregory Smith: 'Everwood' doesn't need a movie, had 'no loose ends'
Smith is happy in his current TV home on "Rookie Blue," but "Everwood" fans know he had another one earlier. Set to start Season 4 as Officer Dov Epstein on the ABC police drama Thursday, May 23, the Toronto native spent four years -- opposite co-stars including from Zap2it.com Read more »
Herpesvirus hijacks cellular machinery and grabs the wheel
human cells, allowing the virus to rapidly and successfully invade the nervous system upon initial exposure. Led by Gregory Smith, associate professor in immunology and microbiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, researchers found from Science Blog Read more »
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