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Translation inhibition and stress granules in the antiviral immune response

18:13 EDT 26 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

This Review examines accumulating evidence that translation arrest and stress granule formation can have antiviral properties through several mechanisms that are not limited to direct effects on the translation of viral proteins.

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