Deletion of the Pseudorabies virus gE/gI-US9p complex disrupts kinesin KIF1A and KIF5C recruitment during egress, and alters the properties of microtubule-dependent transport in vitro

Drishya Diwaker, John W. Murray, Jenna Barnes, Allan W. Wolkoff, Duncan W. Wilson

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