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    1. Halford, WP; Schaffer, PA
      ICP0 is required for efficient reactivation of herpes simplex virus type 1from neuronal latency

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    2. Halford, WP; Kemp, CD; Isler, JA; Davido, DJ; Schaffer, PA
      ICP0, ICP4, or VP16 expressed from adenovirus vectors induces reactivationof latent herpes simplex virus type 1 in primary cultures of latently infected trigeminal ganglion cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Halford, WP; Schaffer, PA
      Optimized viral dose and transient immunosuppression enable herpes simplexvirus ICP0-null mutants to establish wild-type levels of latency in vivo

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Halford, WP
      The essential prerequisites for quantitative RT-PCR

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Halford, WP; Falco, VC; Gebhardt, BM; Carr, DJJ
      The inherent quantitative capacity of the reverse transcription polymerasechain reaction

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. HALFORD WP; VERESS LA; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      IMMUNIZATION WITH HSV-1 ANTIGEN RAPIDLY PROTECTS AGAINST HSV-1-INDUCED ENCEPHALITIS AND IS IFN-GAMMA INDEPENDENT

      Journal of interferon & cytokine research
    7. CARR DJJ; HALFORD WP; VERESS LA; NOISAKRAN S; PERNG GC; WECHSLER SL
      THE PERSISTENT ELEVATED CYTOKINE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA OF MICE LATENTLY INFECTED WITH HSV-1 ARE NOT DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF LATENCY-ASSOCIATED TRANSCRIPT (LAT) RNAS

      Virus research
    8. CARR DJJ; NOISAKRAN S; HALFORD WP; LUKACS N; ASENSIO V; CAMPBELL IL
      CYTOKINE AND CHEMOKINE PRODUCTION IN HSV-1 LATENTLY INFECTED TRIGEMINAL GANGLION-CELL CULTURES - EFFECTS OF HYPERTHERMIC STRESS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    9. NOISAKRAN S; HALFORD WP; VERESS L; CARR DJJ
      ROLE OF THE HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS AND IL-6 IN STRESS-INDUCED REACTIVATION OF LATENT HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1

      The Journal of immunology
    10. CARR DJJ; HALFORD WP
      EVIDENCE FOR PERSISTENT INFECTION OR SPONTANEOUS REACTIVATION OF HSV-1 IN THE TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA (TG) OF HSV-1 LATENT MICE

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    11. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      ACYCLOVIR BLOCKS CYTOKINE GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA LATENTLY INFECTED WITH HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1

      Virology
    12. HALFORD WP; VERESS LA; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      INNATE AND ACQUIRED-IMMUNITY TO HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1

      Virology
    13. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION BLOCKS EFFICIENT ESTABLISHMENT OF LATENT HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 INFECTION

      The FASEB journal
    14. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      MECHANISMS OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 REACTIVATION

      Journal of virology
    15. HILL JM; GEBHARDT BM; WEN RJ; BOUTERIE AM; THOMPSON HW; OCALLAGHAN RJ; HALFORD WP; KAUFMAN HE
      QUANTITATION OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 DNA AND LATENCY-ASSOCIATED TRANSCRIPTS IN RABBIT TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA DEMONSTRATES A STABLE RESERVOIR OF VIRAL NUCLEIC-ACIDS DURING LATENCY

      Journal of virology
    16. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      PERSISTENT CYTOKINE EXPRESSION IN TRIGEMINAL GANGLION LATENTLY INFECTED WITH HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1

      The Journal of immunology
    17. HILL JM; HALFORD WP; WEN RJ; ENGEL LS; GREEN LC; GEBHARDT BM
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION PRODUCTS BY DOT-BLOT

      Analytical biochemistry
    18. HALFORD WP; CARR DJJ
      SUBVERSION OF INTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1

      Advances in neuroimmunology
    19. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      FUNCTIONAL-ROLE AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A LYMPHOCYTE ORPHAN OPIOID RECEPTOR

      Journal of neuroimmunology


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