Membrane-Tethered Mucin 1 Is Stimulated by Interferon and Virus Infection in Multiple Cell Types and Inhibits Influenza A Virus Infection in Human Airway Epithelium
Abstract: Influenza A virus (IAV) targets airway epithelial cells for infection. Large, heavily glycosylated molecules known as tethered mucins extend from the airway epithelial cell surface and may physically restrict pathogen access to underlying cells.
Keywords: Virus / tethered mucins / Influenza / glycosylated / heavily / Stimulated / IAV / pathogen
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