Session

24.03.2021     08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Assembly, egress and structure
Type:
ePoster self study
Room:

24.03.2021
08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Assembly, egress and structure
Type:
ePoster self study
Room:


P 36 Functional and structural analysis of Merkel cell polyomavirus Large T-Antigen
Veronika Brinschwitz (Hamburg/DE)



P 37 In vitro characterization of patient-derived in vivo mutations within the Hepatitis E Virus genome
Toni Luise Meister (Bochum/DE)



P 38 Nipah virus matrix protein recruits the viral nucleoprotein to form inclusion bodies at the plasma membrane
Nico Becker (Marburg/DE)



P 39 Elucidating the function of the HCMV UL52 protein in viral genome cleavage-packaging
Sarah Harmening (Hannover/DE)



P 40 Intracellular assembly of hantavirus glycoproteins - quantitative comparison between old and new hantaviruses
Amit Koikkarah Aji (Golm/DE)



P 41 Dependence of the cytomegalovirus nuclear egress regulation on the expression and phosphorylation of pUL50
Sigrun Häge (Erlangen/DE)



P 42 How NP acetylation might regulate IAV genome packaging 
Kevin Ciminski (Freiburg/DE)



P 44 Characterizing the turnover of viral nonstructural proteins of the hepatitis C virus
Vanessa Haberger (Langen/DE)



P 45 A gammaherpesvirus nuclear egress complex serves as a C-capsid-specific quality checkpoint
Saskia Sanders (Hamburg/DE)



P 46 The cap-snatching mechanism of bunyaviruses
Silke Olschewski (Hamburg/DE)



P 47 Shedding light on the major antigen in COVID-19 vaccine development
Christoph Schürmann (Langen/DE)



P 48 Deciphering the role of Nicastrin in the assembly/budding of influenza A virus
Swathi Sukumar (Münster/DE)



P 49 Generation of an HIV-1 strain with a GFPOPT-tagged Env for the analysis of the biogenesis of HIV-1 Env glycoprotein
Bengisu Akbil (Berlin/DE)



P 50 The role of inner tegument protein pp150 phosphorylation during human cytomegalovirus infection
Lüder Wiebusch (Berlin/DE)



P 51 Targeting of incoming Herpes Simplex Virus capsids to nuclear pore complexes via binding of the inner tegument protein pUL36 to the host nucleoporin Nup358
Angela Cornelius (Hannover/DE)