Viral proteins are produced by virus. As viruses seize a lot of their host's cell hardware to help their life cycle, they encode not very many of their own genes; viral proteins are hence components of the viral envelope and capsid. Non-structural proteins and regulatory or accessory proteins can also be viral proteins.

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Journal of Proteins & Peptides, Protein & Peptide Letters, International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research, Protein and Peptide Letters, Trends in Peptide and Protein Sciences, Protein Peptide Interactions, Peptides, Elsevier, World Research Journal of Peptide and Protein, Journal of Peptide Science, European Peptide Society, Current Protein & Peptide Science, Peptide and Protein Delivery, ScienceDirect.