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Summary

The nucleolar accumulation of Semliki Forest Virus (SFV) C protein was examined as a function of intact microtubules, intact microfilaments and accessible intermediate filaments. The cytoskeletal components do not seem to play a role in directing C protein to the nucleolus but nucleolar accumulation is energy-dependent and saturable. This suggests the involvement of some receptor- (or chaperon-) interaction.

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