regulatable gutless adenovirus vectors sustain inducible transgene expression in the brain in the presence of an immune response against adenoviruses
gamma interferon primes productive human immunodeficiency virus infection in astrocytes
expression of m157, a murine cytomegalovirus-encoded putative major histocompatibility class i (mhc-i)-like protein, is independent of viral regulation of host mhc-i
herpes simplex virus dna synthesis is not a decisive regulatory event in the initiation of lytic viral protein expression in neurons in vivo during primary infectio..
anti-cd45ro suppresses human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication in microglia: role of hck tyrosine kinase and implications for aids dementia
betanodavirus b2 is an rna interference antagonist that facilitates intracellular viral rna accumulation
"unpaking" human immunodeficiency virus (hiv) replication: using small interfering rna screening to identify novel cofactors and elucidate the role of group i paks ..
human t-cell leukemia virus open reading frame ii encodes a posttranscriptional repressor that is recruited at the level of transcription
host deadenylation-dependent mrna decapping factors are required for a key step in brome mosaic virus rna replication
cd8+ t cells require perforin to clear west nile virus from infected neurons
neither the rna nor the proteins of open reading frames 3a and 3b of the coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus are essential for replication
role for nsp2 proteins in the cessation of alphavirus minus-strand synthesis by host cells
hepatitis c virus subgenomic replicon requires an active ns3 rna helicase
point mutations in herpes simplex virus type 1 oril, but not in oris, reduce pathogenesis during acute infection of mice and impair reactivation from latency
mutations in the u5 sequences adjacent to the primer binding site do not affect trna cleavage by rous sarcoma virus rnase h but do cause aberrant integrations in vivo
entry of vaccinia virus and cell-cell fusion require a highly conserved cysteine-rich membrane protein encoded by the a16l gene
association of herpesvirus saimiri tip with lipid raft is essential for downregulation of t-cell receptor and cd4 coreceptor
soluble v domain of nectin-1/hvec enables entry of herpes simplex virus type 1 (hsv-1) into hsv-resistant cells by binding to viral glycoprotein d
characterization of early steps in the poliovirus infection process: receptor-decorated liposomes induce conversion of the virus to membrane-anchored entry-intermed..
the pseudorabies virus vp1/2 tegument protein is required for intracellular capsid transport
gamma interferon blocks gammaherpesvirus reactivation from latency
identification and characterization of a penaeus monodon lymphoid cell-expressed receptor for the yellow head virus
in vivo and in vitro analysis of factor binding sites in jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus long terminal repeat enhancer sequences: roles of hnf-3, nf-i, and c/ebp for ac..
nonstructural protein 3 of bluetongue virus assists virus release by recruiting escrt-i protein tsg101
herpes simplex virus type 1 infection induces activation and recruitment of protein kinase c to the nuclear membrane and increased phosphorylation of lamin b
the herpes simplex virus type 1 vhs-ul41 gene secures viral replication by temporarily evading apoptotic cellular response to infection: vhs-ul41 activity might req..
simian immunodeficiency virus vpx is imported into the nucleus via importin alpha-dependent and -independent pathways
functional domains of murine cytomegalovirus nuclear egress protein m53/p38
vp2 cleavage and the leucine ring at the base of the fivefold cylinder control ph-dependent externalization of both the vp1 n terminus and the genome of minute viru..
severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 3a protein is released in membranous structures from 3a protein-expressing cells and infected cells
defective assembly of influenza a virus due to a mutation in the polymerase subunit pa
changes in soluble factor-mediated cd8+ cell-derived antiviral activity in cynomolgus macaques infected with simian immunodeficiency virus sivmac251: relationship t..
n- and c-terminal cooperation in rotavirus enterotoxin: novel mechanism of modulation of the properties of a multifunctional protein by a structurally and functiona..
the equine herpesvirus 1 ul20 product interacts with glycoprotein k and promotes egress of mature particles
crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever virus glycoprotein precursor is cleaved by furin-like and ski-1 proteases to generate a novel 38-kilodalton glycoprotein
a novel, highly selective inhibitor of pestivirus replication that targets the viral rna-dependent rna polymerase
inactivation of prions by acidic sodium dodecyl sulfate
expanded tropism and altered activation of a retroviral glycoprotein resistant to an entry inhibitor peptide
identification of a novel pathway essential for the immediate-early, interferon-independent antiviral response to enveloped virions
interaction of moloney murine leukemia virus capsid with ubc9 and piasy mediates sumo-1 addition required early in infection
mechanism of telomerase activation by v-rel and its contribution to transformation
prostate tumor cells infected with a recombinant influenza virus expressing a truncated ns1 protein activate cytolytic cd8+ cells to recognize noninfected tumor cells
lack of intrinsic ctla-4 expression has minimal effect on regulation of antiviral t-cell immunity
characterization of mimivirus dna topoisomerase ib suggests horizontal gene transfer between eukaryal viruses and bacteria
liver transduction with recombinant adeno-associated virus is primarily restricted by capsid serotype not vector genotype
frequency and dynamics of recombination within different species of human enteroviruses
role of the mitochondrial signaling pathway in murine coronavirus-induced oligodendrocyte apoptosis
characterization of the vaccinia virus a35r protein and its role in virulence
cytokine responses in gnotobiotic pigs after infection with virulent or attenuated human rotavirus
resistance of neonatal mice to scrapie is associated with inefficient infection of the immature spleen
respiratory syncytial virus (rsv) infects neuronal cells and processes that innervate the lung by a process involving rsv g protein