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Abstract

Providence virus (PrV) is the sole member of the family (formerly ) sharing the characteristic  = 4 capsid architecture with other tetravirus families. Despite significant structural similarities, PrV differs from other tetraviruses in terms of genome organization, non-structural protein sequence and regulation of gene expression. In addition, it is the only tetravirus that infects tissue culture cells. Previous studies showed that in persistently infected MG8 cells, the PrV replicase associates with detergent-resistant membranes in punctate cytosolic structures, which is similar to the distribution of an alpha-like tetravirus replicase ( stunt virus). Here, we demonstrate that the site of PrV vRNA replication coincides with the presence of PrV p40/p104 proteins in infected cells and that these replication proteins associate with the Golgi apparatus and secretory vesicles in transfected cells.

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