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TWiV 19: Cap-snatching

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twivlogoHosts: Vincent Racaniello and Alan Dove

Vincent and Alan discuss cap-snatching by the hantavirus N protein and the influenza virus endonuclease, HIV-1 and Ebola virus antagonism of tetherin, and influenza pneumonia.

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Ebola virus G protein antagonizes tetherin
1918 influenza and pneumococcal pneumonia
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