Epstein-barr viral BNLF2a protein hijacks the tail-anchored protein insertion machinery to block antigen processing by the transport complex TAP

Agnes I. Wycisk, Jiacheng Lin, Sandra Loch, Kathleen Hobohm, Jessica Funke, Ralph Wieneke, Joachim Koch, William R. Skach, Peter U. Mayerhofer, Robert Tampé

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