Maturation of an Enveloped Virus that will be Released by Exocytosis
the capsid is assembled around the viral genome. During this time, viral coded
envelope glycoproteins are inserted in the host cell's membranes by the Golgi apparatus.
Viruses that will be released by exocytosis obtain their envelopes
by budding from the nuclear membrane, the endoplasmic reticulum, and/or from the Golgi complex.
These enveloped viruses are then packaged in exocytic vesicles for release from the host
cell by exocytosis.