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“…4a). The medium used for low-temperature embedding does not visualize vesicular structures well enough to enable their identification, but as a whole our observations are in line with reports by Grief et al (1991) and others (reviewed in Harris, 1993), which showed that the major producers of the virus were multinuclear cells, while single cells were mostly free of signs of assembly or budding. No immunolabeling for Gag was done in the above papers, limiting our ability to make direct comparisons.…”
Section: Specific Situation In Multinuclear Cellssupporting
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“…4a). The medium used for low-temperature embedding does not visualize vesicular structures well enough to enable their identification, but as a whole our observations are in line with reports by Grief et al (1991) and others (reviewed in Harris, 1993), which showed that the major producers of the virus were multinuclear cells, while single cells were mostly free of signs of assembly or budding. No immunolabeling for Gag was done in the above papers, limiting our ability to make direct comparisons.…”
Section: Specific Situation In Multinuclear Cellssupporting
“…Other investigators have also noted HIV-1 virions budding into cytoplasmic vacuoles of infected primary monocytes (Orenstein et al, 1988), the U937 monocytoid cell line (Pautrat et al, 1990) and the JM T lymphoid cell line (Grief et al, 1991). Orenstein et al (1988) and Grief et al (1991 identified these cytoplasmic vacuoles as Golgi saccules. Our observations of HIV-l-infected PBMCs failed to identify virions associated with typical Golgi apparatus.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The directional budding and secretion of HIV-1 virions observed when infected monocytes adhere to epithelial cell monolayers also suggests that the interaction of host cell factors with retroviral Gag polyproteins is necessary to coordinate the assembly and release of an enveloped extracellular VLP (35). Although T-cell and monocyte cell lines in which HIV-1 Gag polyproteins are transported to alternative cell membranes for viral budding have been reported (18,31,34), host cell lines completely defective in the active transport of retroviral immature capsids or unassembled Gag polyproteins have not been described.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning