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Interactomics uncovers extensive organellar targeting by Zika virus
First Author: Etienne Coyaud
Abstract:
  Zika virus (ZIKV) is a membrane enveloped Flavivirus with a positive strand RNA genome, transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes. The geographical range of ZIKV has dramatically expanded in recent decades resulting in increasing numbers of infected individuals, and the spike in ZIKV infections has been linked to significant increases in both Guillain-BarrĂ© syndrome and microcephaly. While a large number of host proteins have been physically and/or functionally linked to other Flaviviruses, little is known about the virus-host protein interactions established by ZIKV. Here we map host cell protein interaction profiles for each of the ten polypeptides encoded in the ZIKV genome, generating a protein topology network comprising 3033 interactions amongst 1224 unique human polypeptides. The interactome is enriched in proteins with roles in polypeptide processing and quality control, vesicle trafficking, RNA processing and lipid metabolism. >60% of the network components have been previously implicated in other types of viral infections; the remaining interactors comprise hundreds of new putative ZIKV functional partners. Mining this rich dataset, we highlight several examples of how ZIKV may usurp or disrupt the function of host cell organelles, and uncover an important role for peroxisomes in ZIKV infection.

* This dataset is part of a manuscript submitted for publication; contact Brian Raught (uhnres.utoronto.ca) for details


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Note that the mass spectrometry data has been deposited at MassIVE (identifiers MSV000080508).