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Abstract

Specific roles have been ascribed to each of the 12 known rotavirus proteins apart from the non-structural protein 6 (NSP6). However, NSP6 may be present at sites of viral replication within the cytoplasm. Here we report that NSP6 from diverse species of rotavirus A localizes to mitochondria via conserved sequences in a predicted N-terminal α-helix. This suggests that NSP6 may affect mitochondrial functions during rotavirus infection.

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