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    1. Lawn, SD; Butera, ST; Folks, TM
      Contribution of immune activation to the pathogenesis and transmission of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    2. Butera, ST; Pisell, TL; Limpakarnjanarat, K; Young, NL; Hodge, TW; Mastro, TD; Folks, TM
      Production of a novel viral suppressive activity associated with resistance to infection among female sex workers exposed to HIV type 1

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    3. Lawn, SD; Pisell, TL; Hirsch, CS; Wu, M; Butera, ST; Toossi, Z
      Anatomically compartmentalized human immunodeficiency virus replication inHLA-DR+ cells and CD14(+) macrophages at the site of pleural tuberculosis coinfection

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    4. Roberts, BD; Pau, CP; Weinstock, H; Heneine, W; Butera, ST
      Selective expansion of a minor proportion of drug-resistant HIV-1 by antiretroviral pressure in vitro

      AIDS
    5. Butera, ST
      Therapeutic targeting of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 latency: current clinical realities and future scientific possibilities

      ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH
    6. Lawn, SD; Butera, ST
      Incorporation of HLA-DR into the envelope of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 in vivo: Correlation with stage of disease and presence of opportunistic infection

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Lawn, SD; Roberts, BD; Griffin, GE; Folks, TM; Butera, ST
      Cellular compartments of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication in vivo: Determination by presence of virion-associated host proteins and impact of opportunistic infection

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Lawn, SD; Subbarao, S; Wright, TC; Evans-Strickfaden, T; Ellerbrock, TV; Lennox, JL; Butera, ST; Hart, CE
      Correlation between human immunodeficiency virus type 1 RNA levels in the female genital tract and immune activation associated with ulceration of the cervix

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    9. Butera, ST; Brown, J; Callahan, ME; Owen, SM; Matthews, AL; Weigner, DD; Chapman, LE; Sandstrom, PA
      Survey of veterinary conference attendees for evidence of zoonotic infection by feline retroviruses

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    10. Butera, ST
      Evaluation of compounds that prevent reactivation of HIV-1 in OM-10.1 cells

      ANTIVIRAL METHODS AND PROTOCOLS
    11. Critchfield, JW; Ho, O; Roberts, BD; Van Lint, C; Verdin, E; Butera, ST
      Isoquinolinesulphonamide derivatives inhibit transcriptional elongation ofhuman immunodeficiency virus type 1 RNA in a promyelocytic model of latency

      ANTIVIRAL CHEMISTRY & CHEMOTHERAPY
    12. Roberts, BD; Butera, ST
      Host protein incorporation is conserved among diverse HIV-1 subtypes

      AIDS
    13. Lawn, SD; Shattock, RJ; Acheampong, JW; Lal, RB; Folks, TM; Griffin, GE; Butera, ST
      Sustained plasma TNF-alpha and HIV-1 load despite resolution of other parameters of immune activation during treatment of tuberculosis in Africans

      AIDS
    14. ROBERTS BD; FANG G; BUTERA ST
      INFLUENCE OF CELL-CYCLE ON HIV-1 EXPRESSION DIFFERS AMONG VARIOUS MODELS OF CHRONIC INFECTION

      Archives of virology
    15. ROBERTS BD; BUTERA ST
      CHANGES IN CXC-CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR-4 EXPRESSION DURING HIV-1 REPLICATION ARE INDEPENDENT OF CD4 MODULATIONS

      AIDS
    16. CRITCHFIELD JW; COLIGAN JE; FOLKS TM; BUTERA ST
      CASEIN KINASE-II IS A SELECTIVE TARGET OF HIV-1 TRANSCRIPTIONAL INHIBITORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    17. WOODS TC; ROBERTS BD; BUTERA ST; FOLKS TM
      LOSS OF INDUCIBLE VIRUS IN CD45RA NAIVE CELLS AFTER HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 ENTRY ACCOUNTS FOR PREFERENTIAL VIRAL REPLICATION IN CD45RO MEMORY CELLS

      Blood
    18. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; FOLKS TM
      LIGAND PASSING BY THE P75 TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR RECEPTOR ENHANCES HIV-1 ACTIVATION

      Cytokine
    19. CRITCHFIELD JW; BUTERA ST; FOLKS TM
      INHIBITION OF HIV ACTIVATION IN LATENTLY INFECTED-CELLS BY FLAVONOID COMPOUNDS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    20. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; CRITCHFIELD JW; FANG G; MCQUADE T; GRACHECK SJ; FOLKS TM
      COMPOUNDS THAT TARGET NOVEL CELLULAR-COMPONENTS INVOLVED IN HIV-1 TRANSCRIPTION

      Molecular medicine
    21. BUTERA ST; SHATTOCK RJ; ROBERTS BD; FREIMUTH W; BOXER L; GRIFFIN GE; FOLKS TM; NABEL GJ
      SIGNALING VIA ENGAGEMENT OF SURFACE LFA-1 STIMULATES REPLICATION OF HIV-1

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    22. BUTERA ST
      INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CYTOKINES AND THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS

      Bailliere's clinical infectious diseases
    23. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; FOLKS TM
      INHIBITION OF HIV-1 EXPRESSION IN LATENTLY AND CHRONICALLY INFECTED-CELLS BY EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTIC COMPOUNDS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    24. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; LAM L; HODGE T; FOLKS TM
      HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 RNA EXPRESSION BY 4 CHRONICALLY INFECTED CELL-LINES INDICATES MULTIPLE MECHANISMS OF LATENCY

      Journal of virology
    25. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; FOLKS TM
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HIV-1 EXPRESSION AND CELL-CYCLE

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes
    26. BUTERA ST
      CYTOKINE INVOLVEMENT IN VIRAL PERMISSIVENESS AND THE PROGRESSION OF HIV DISEASE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    27. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; FOLKS TM
      DEVELOPMENT OF AN HL-60-BASED MODEL SYSTEM FOR CELL-TO-CELL HIV-1 TRANSMISSION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    28. BUTERA ST; ROBERTS BD; LEUNG K; NABEL GJ; FOLKS TM
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR RECEPTOR EXPRESSION AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN HIV-1-INFECTED CELLS

      AIDS


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