The putative cytoplasmic domain of the pseudorabies virus envelope protein gIII, the herpes simplex virus type 1 glycoprotein C homolog, is not required for normal export and localization

K. A. Solomon, A. K. Robbins, M. E. Whealy, L. W. Enquist

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