Fusion of the Viral Envelope with the Endocytic
Vesicle Following Endocytosis

In this example, once the virus enters the host cell by endocytosis, the viral envelope fuses with the endocytic vesicle. The nucleocapsid then enters the cytoplasm.

Doc Kaiser's Microbiology Home Page
Copyright © Gary E. Kaiser
All Rights Reserved
Jan., 2008
Please send comments and inquiries to Dr. Gary Kaiser