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Host cell cytoskeletons have been reported to have close contact with viruses during virus entry, intracellular transport, replication, and egress process. In this issue, Yue Zhang et al. provide a brief overview of the function of the most prominent flaviviruses-induced or -hijacked cytoskeletal structures including actin, microtubules and intermediate filaments, mainly focus on infection by dengue virus, Zika virus and West Nile virus. The cover image shows host actin cytoskeleton (green) with decorated myosin molecular motor (red) in human osteosarcoma cells (kindly provided by Prof. Yaming Jiu). See page 30–41 for details., Read More >>
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