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    1. Kirkman, W; Chen, P; Schroeder, R; Feneley, MR; Rodriguez, R; Wickham, TJ; King, CR; Bruder, JT
      Transduction and apoptosis induction in the rat prostate, using adenovirusvectors

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    2. Cao, B; Pruchnic, R; Ikezawa, M; Xiao, X; Li, J; Wickham, TJ; Kovesdi, I; Rudert, WA; Huard, J
      The role of receptors in the maturation-dependent adenoviral transduction of myofibers

      GENE THERAPY
    3. Li, L; Wickham, TJ; Keegan, AD
      Efficient transduction of murine B lymphocytes and B lymphoma lines by modified adenoviral vectors: enhancement via targeting to FcR and heparan-containing proteins

      GENE THERAPY
    4. Einfeld, DA; Schroeder, R; Roelvink, PW; Lizonova, A; King, CR; Kovesdi, I; Wickham, TJ
      Reducing the native tropism of adenovirus vectors requires removal of bothCAR and integrin interactions

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    5. Kirby, I; Lord, R; Davison, E; Wickham, TJ; Roelvink, PW; Kovesdi, I; Sutton, BJ; Santis, G
      Adenovirus type 9 fiber knob binds to the coxsackie B virus-adenovirus receptor (CAR) with lower affinity than fiber knobs of other CAR-binding adenovirus serotypes

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Cripe, TP; Dunphy, EJ; Holub, AD; Saini, A; Vasi, NH; Mahller, YY; Collins, MH; Snyder, JD; Krasnykh, V; Curiel, DT; Wickham, TJ; DeGregori, J; Bergelson, JM; Currier, MA
      Fiber knob modifications overcome low, heterogeneous expression of the coxsackievirus-adenovirus receptor that limits adenovirus gene transfer and oncolysis for human rhabdomyosarcoma cells

      CANCER RESEARCH
    7. Wickham, TJ
      Targeting adenovirus

      GENE THERAPY
    8. Staba, MJ; Wickham, TJ; Kovesdi, I; Hallahan, DE
      Modifications of the fiber in adenovirus vectors increase tropism for malignant glioma models

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    9. Kirby, I; Davison, E; Beavil, AJ; Soh, CPC; Wickham, TJ; Roelvink, PW; Kovesdi, I; Sutton, BJ; Santis, G
      Identification of contact residues and definition of the CAR-binding site of adenovirus type 5 fiber protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Varga, CM; Wickham, TJ; Lauffenburger, DA
      Receptor-mediated targeting of gene delivery vectors: Insights from molecular mechanisms for improved vehicle design

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    11. van Deutekom, JCT; Cao, BH; Pruchnic, R; Wickham, TJ; Kovesdi, I; Huard, J
      Extended tropism of an adenoviral vector does not circumvent the maturation-dependent transducibility of mouse skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    12. McDonald, GA; Zhu, GM; Li, YS; Kovesdi, I; Wickham, TJ; Sukhatme, VP
      Efficient adenoviral gene transfer to kidney cortical vasculature utilizing a fiber modified vector

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    13. Gonzalez, R; Vereecque, R; Wickham, TJ; Facon, T; Hetuin, D; Kovesdi, I; Bauters, F; Fenaux, P; Quesnel, B
      Transduction of bone marrow cells by the AdZ.F(pK7) modified adenovirus demonstrates preferential gene transfer in myeloma cells

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    14. Bouri, K; Feero, WG; Myerburg, MM; Wickham, TJ; Kovesdi, I; Hoffman, EP; Clemens, PR
      Polylysine modification of adenoviral fiber protein enhances muscle cell transduction

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    15. Harari, OA; Wickham, TJ; Stocker, CJ; Kovesdi, I; Segal, DM; Huehns, TY; Sarraf, C; Haskard, DO
      Targeting an adenoviral gene vector to cytokine-activated vascular endothelium via E-selectin

      GENE THERAPY
    16. Gonzalez, R; Vereecque, R; Wickham, TJ; Vanrumbeke, M; Kovesdi, I; Bauters, F; Fenaux, P; Quesnel, B
      Increased gene transfer in acute myeloid leukemic cells by an adenovirus vector containing a modified fiber protein

      GENE THERAPY
    17. Roelvink, PW; Lee, GM; Einfeld, DA; Kovesdi, I; Wickham, TJ
      Identification of a conserved receptor-binding site on the fiber proteins of CAR-recognizing adenoviridae

      SCIENCE
    18. Einfeld, DA; Brough, DE; Roelvink, PW; Kovesdi, I; Wickham, TJ
      Construction of a pseudoreceptor that mediates transduction by adenoviruses expressing a ligand in fiber or penton base

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    19. Kirby, I; Davison, E; Beavil, AJ; Soh, CPC; Wickham, TJ; Roelvink, PW; Kovesdi, I; Sutton, BJ; Santis, G
      Mutations in the DG loop of adenovirus type 5 fiber knob protein abolish high-affinity binding to its cellular receptor CAR

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    20. Hidaka, C; Milano, E; Leopold, PL; Bergelson, JM; Hackett, NR; Finberg, RW; Wickham, TJ; Kovesdi, I; Roelvink, P; Crystal, RG
      CAR-dependent and CAR-independent pathways of adenovirus vector-mediated gene transfer and expression in human fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    21. FOREMAN PK; WAINWRIGHT MJ; ALICKE B; KOVESDI I; WICKHAM TJ; SMITH JG; MEIERDAVIS S; FIX JA; DADDONA P; GARDNER P; HUANG MTF
      ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED TRANSDUCTION OF INTESTINAL-CELLS IN-VIVO

      Human gene therapy
    22. ROELVINK PW; LIZONOVA A; LEE JGM; LI Y; BERGELSON JM; FINBERG RW; BROUGH DE; KOVESDI I; WICKHAM TJ
      THE COXSACKIEVIRUS-ADENOVIRUS RECEPTOR PROTEIN CAN FUNCTION AS A CELLULAR ATTACHMENT PROTEIN FOR ADENOVIRUS SEROTYPES FROM SUBGROUP-A, SUBGROUP-C, SUBGROUP-D, SUBGROUP-E, AND SUBGROUP-F

      Journal of virology
    23. MCDONALD GA; ZHU GM; KOVESDI I; WICKHAM TJ; SUKHATME VP
      ENHANCED ADENOVIRAL GENE-TRANSFER TO KIDNEY VASCULATURE UTILIZING A FIBER MODIFIED VECTOR

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    24. MACK CA; SONG WR; CARPENTER H; WICKHAM TJ; KOVESDI I; HARVEY BG; MAGOVERN CJ; ISOM OW; ROSENGART T; FALCKPEDERSEN E; HACKETT NR; CRYSTAL RG; MASTRANGELI A
      CIRCUMVENTION OF ANTI-ADENOVIRUS NEUTRALIZING IMMUNITY BY ADMINISTRATION OF AN ADENOVIRAL VECTOR OF AN ALTERNATE SEROTYPE

      Human gene therapy
    25. KOVESDI I; BROUGH DE; BRUDER JT; WICKHAM TJ
      ADENOVIRAL VECTORS FOR GENE-TRANSFER

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    26. WICKHAM TJ; HASKARD D; SEGAL D; KOVESDI I
      TARGETING ENDOTHELIUM FOR GENE-THERAPY VIA RECEPTORS UP-REGULATED DURING ANGIOGENESIS AND INFLAMMATION

      Cancer immunology and immunotherapy
    27. WICKHAM TJ; TZENG E; SHEARS LL; ROELVINK PW; LI Y; LEE GM; BROUGH DE; LIZONOVA A; KOVESDI I
      INCREASED IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO GENE-TRANSFER BY ADENOVIRUS VECTORS CONTAINING CHIMERIC FIBER PROTEINS

      Journal of virology
    28. WICKHAM TJ; LEE GM; TITUS JA; SCONOCCHIA G; BAKACS T; KOVESDI I; SEGAL DM
      TARGETED ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE DELIVERY TO T-CELLS VIA CD3

      Journal of virology
    29. WICKHAM TJ; ROELVINK PW; BROUGH DE; KOVESDI I
      ADENOVIRUS TARGETED TO HEPARAN-CONTAINING RECEPTORS INCREASES ITS GENE DELIVERY EFFICIENCY TO MULTIPLE CELL-TYPES

      Nature biotechnology
    30. ROELVINK PW; KOVESDI I; WICKHAM TJ
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF ADENOVIRUS FIBER-CELL INTERACTION - ADENOVIRUS TYPE-2 (AD2) AND AD9 UTILIZE THE SAME CELLULAR FIBER RECEPTOR BUT USE DIFFERENT BINDING STRATEGIES FOR ATTACHMENT

      Journal of virology
    31. WICKHAM TJ; SEGAL DM; ROELVINK PW; CARRION ME; LIZONOVA A; LEE GM; KOVESDI I
      TARGETED ADENOVIRUS GENE-TRANSFER TO ENDOTHELIAL AND SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS BY USING BISPECIFIC ANTIBODIES

      Journal of virology
    32. WICKHAM TJ; SHULER ML; HAMMER DA
      A SIMPLE-MODEL TO PREDICT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MOLECULES THAT BLOCK ATTACHMENT OF HUMAN RHINOVIRUSES AND OTHER VIRUSES

      Biotechnology progress
    33. WICKHAM TJ; CARRION ME; KOVESDI I
      TARGETING OF ADENOVIRUS PENTON BASE TO NEW RECEPTORS THROUGH REPLACEMENT OF ITS RGD MOTIF WITH OTHER RECEPTOR-SPECIFIC PEPTIDE MOTIFS

      Gene therapy
    34. WICKHAM TJ; FILARDO EJ; CHERESH DA; NEMEROW GR
      INTEGRIN ALPHA-V-BETA-5 SELECTIVELY PROMOTES ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED CELL-MEMBRANE PERMEABILIZATION

      The Journal of cell biology
    35. DAVIS TR; WICKHAM TJ; MCKENNA KA; GRANADOS RR; SHULER ML; WOOD HA
      COMPARATIVE RECOMBINANT PROTEIN-PRODUCTION OF 8 INSECT-CELL LINES

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    36. WICKHAM TJ; MATHIAS P; CHERESH DA; NEMEROW GR
      INTEGRIN-ALPHA-V-BETA-3 AND INTEGRIN-ALPHA-V-BETA-5 PROMOTE ADENOVIRUS INTERNALIZATION BUT NOT VIRUS ATTACHMENT

      Cell


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