Assume you can fluorescently label one of the genome…
Assume you can fluorescently label one of the genome segments of the influenza virus and use a confocal microscope to image the location of the fluorescent label in the cell. If you allow the labeled virus to infect a cell line that permits proper trafficking of virus, but does not allow genome replication in which cellular compartment would you expect the fluorescent label to accumulate?
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Nucleus, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Endosomes or Cytoplasm
Using the same method in the question above, where would you expect the fluorescent label to accumulate if cells were treated with a drug that inhibits the activity of the viral M2 ion channel?
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Nucleus, Endosome, Cytoplasm, or Endoplasmic Reticulum
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