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June 2007

Volume 6Issue 6p951-1113
Open Access
On the cover, use of reovirus factory-like structures (FLSs) as intracellular platforms for protein associations. a, FLS formed by an EGFP-fused, truncated reovirus µNS protein (EGFP/µNS(471-721)) visualized by EGFP fluorescence. b, diagram of FLS technology components, including negative-control (EGFP/µNS(471-721)), bait fusion (Bait/EGFP/µNS(471-721)), and fish (Fish). c, negative-control (top row), positive (middle row), and negative (bottom row) results are illustrated as colored in b. For details, see the article by Miller et al., pages 1027–1038....
On the cover, use of reovirus factory-like structures (FLSs) as intracellular platforms for protein associations. a, FLS formed by an EGFP-fused, truncated reovirus µNS protein (EGFP/µNS(471-721)) visualized by EGFP fluorescence. b, diagram of FLS technology components, including negative-control (EGFP/µNS(471-721)), bait fusion (Bait/EGFP/µNS(471-721)), and fish (Fish). c, negative-control (top row), positive (middle row), and negative (bottom row) results are illustrated as colored in b. For details, see the article by Miller et al., pages 1027–1038.

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