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Abstract

After successful infection and replication of its genome in the nucleus of the host cell, influenza A virus faces several challenges before newly assembled viral particles can bud off from the plasma membrane, giving rise to a new infectious virus. The viral ribonucleoprotein (vRNP) complexes need to exit from the nucleus and be transported to the virus assembly sites at the plasma membrane. Moreover, they need to be bundled to ensure the incorporation of precisely one of each of the eight viral genome segments into newly formed viral particles. Similarly, viral envelope glycoproteins and other viral structural proteins need to be targeted to virus assembly sites for viral particles to form and bud off from the plasma membrane. During all these steps influenza A virus heavily relies on a tight interplay with its host, exploiting host-cell proteins for its own purposes. In this review, we summarize current knowledge on late stages of the influenza virus replication cycle, focusing on the role of host-cell proteins involved in this process.

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