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Abstract

-Dystroglycan (-DG) is a ubiquitously expressed molecule that has been identified as a cellular receptor for lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (LCMV) and other arenaviruses. Recently, it was demonstrated that LCMV receptor function is critically dependent on post-translational modifications, namely glycosylation. In particular, it was shown that -mannosylation, a rare type of mammalian -linked glycosylation, is important in determining the binding of LCMV to its cellular receptor. All studies carried out so far showed a dependence on glycosylation in LCMV receptor function . This work extended these studies to two models of -DG hypoglycosylation. The results confirm earlier findings on the dependence of carbohydrate modifications in LCMV receptor function. However, experiments in animal models showed that this dependence was only very weak . It is likely that alternative receptors or alternative entry pathways may account for this attenuated phenotype.

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