Hepatitis C virus infection activates an innate pathway involving IKK-α in lipogenesis and viral assembly

17:57 EDT 26 May 2013 | Nature Publishing

Lipid droplets have a key role in the assembly of hepatitis C virus (HCV) particles in liver cells. Jake Liang and colleagues now report that a host factor, IκB kinase-α is required for efficient production of HCV by increasing cellular lipid dropl...

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