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Stress granules (SGs) are intracellular granules formed when cellular translation is blocked. Viral infections can induce the formation of SGs, which in turn promote or inhibit viral infection. In this issue, Xia Zhai et al. investigated the effect of coxsackievirus B type 3 (CVB3) infection on SG formation, and found that CVB3 could induce SG formation in the early phase of infection, while SGs could in turn restrict the biosynthesis of CVB3 in host cells. The cover image shows the formation of stress granules (green dots) in HeLa cells infected with CVB3 (red) for 6 h (kindly provided by Prof. Zhaohua Zhong). See page 314–322 for details., Read More >>
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