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Table 1 The subfamily Parvovirinae: the interaction between the virus and the host

From: Role of capsid proteins in parvoviruses infection

Genus Virus Host Cellular Receptor Invasion pathway Binding site Accession number
Amdoparvovirus Aleutian mink disease virus Mink Sialic acid - A protrusions on threefold axes and the wall of the dimples on twofold axe M20036
Bocaparvovirus Bovine parvovirus Bovine α2-3 O-linked sialic acid Clathrin-dependent endocytic pathway - M14363
Dependoparvovirus Adeno-associated virus Human Heparan sufate proteoglycan, sialic acid, aVβ5 integrin Clathrin-dependent or independent internalization -  
  Goose parvovirus Goose, Muscovy duck - - - U25749
Erythroparvovirus Human parvovirus B19 Human P antigen, α5β1, ku80 Clathrin-dependent endocytic pathway At depression of the three fold axis NC_000883
Protoparvovirus Canine parvovirus Dogs, cats Transferrin receptor Clathrin-dependent endocytic pathway A distinct “spike” on threefold axes EF011664
Minute virus of mice Rodents α2-3 and α2-8 N-linked Sialic acid Both clathrin- and lipid-raft mediated endocytosis At the depression of twofold axes and the floor of twofold axes depression V01115
Porcine parvovirus Swine α2-3 N- and O-linked Sialic Acid Macropinocytosis and Clathrin-dependent endocytic pathway - M38367
Mink enteritis virus Mink Transferrin receptor - - D00765