The Host Protein Reticulon 3.1A Is Utilized by Flaviviruses to Facilitate Membrane Remodelling
Turgut E Aktepe, Susann Liebscher, Julia E Prier, Cameron P Simmons, Jason M Mackenzie
CELL REPORTS | CELL PRESS | Published : 2017
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
We thank the Bio21 Institutes' Electron Microscopy Unit for their equipment and the expertise of Eric Hanssen, Zlatan Trifunovic, and Sergey Rubanov. We also thank Alexander Khromykh, Roy Hall, and Paul Young for generously providing the WNV and DENV antibodies; Julian Druce for providing ZIKV<INF>AFR</INF>; David Jans for providing DENV-2<INF>NGC</INF> and DENV antibodies; Daniel Watterson (University of Queensland) for advice with the DENV foci-forming assay; and Paulina Koszalka (University of Melbourne, Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity) for advice and aid with the cloning on DENV-2<INF>NGC</INF> and ZIKV<INF>AFR</INF> GFP-NS4A constructs. This research was supported by project grants (1004619 and 1081786) to J.M.M. from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia.