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    1. Krougliak, VA; Krougliak, N; Eisensmith, RC
      Stabilization of transgenes delivered by recombinant adenovirus vectors through extrachromosomal replication

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    2. Branton, PE; Roopchand, DE
      The role of adenovirus E4orf4 protein in viral replication and cell killing

      ONCOGENE
    3. Roopchand, DE; Lee, JM; Shahinian, S; Paquette, D; Bussey, H; Branton, PE
      Toxicity of human adenovirus E4orf4 protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae results from interactions with the Cdc55 regulatory B subunit of PP2A

      ONCOGENE
    4. Zhao, J; Wang, H; Wei, LX; Habib, NA; Lu, X; Wu, MC; Guo, YJ
      The cytotoxic effect of E1B 55-kDa mutant adenovirus on human hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    5. Tauber, B; Dobner, T
      Molecular regulation and biological function of adenovirus early genes: the E4 ORFs

      GENE
    6. Zhou, Y; Reddy, PS; Babiuk, LA; Tikoo, SK
      Bovine adenovirus type 3 E1B(small) protein is essential for growth in bovine fibroblast cells

      VIROLOGY
    7. Querido, E; Morison, MR; Chu-Pham-Dang, H; Thirlwell, SWL; Boivin, D; Branton, PE
      Identification of three functions of the adenovirus E4orf6 protein that mediate p53 degradation by the E4orf6-E1B55K complex

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Dosch, T; Horn, F; Schneider, G; Kratzer, F; Dobner, T; Hauber, J; Stauber, RH
      The adenovirus type 5 E1B-55K oncoprotein actively shuttles in virus-infected cells, whereas transport of E4orf6 is mediated by a CRM1-Independent mechanism

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Wienzek, S; Dobbelstein, M
      Viral and cellular factors that target the promyelocytic leukemia oncogenic domains strongly activate a glucocorticoid-responsive promoter

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Ramalingam, R; Worgall, S; Rafii, S; Crystal, RG
      Downregulation of CXCR4 gene expression in primary human endothelial cellsfollowing infection with E1(-)E4(+) adenovirus gene transfer vectors

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    11. Allen, JM; Halbert, CL; Miller, AD
      Improved adeno-associated virus vector production with transfection of a single helper adenovirus gene, E4orf6

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    12. Kleinberger, T
      Induction of apoptosis by adenovirus E4orf4 protein

      APOPTOSIS
    13. Putzer, BM; Stiewe, T; Parssanedjad, K; Rega, S; Esche, H
      E1A is sufficient by itself to induce apoptosis independent of p53 and other adenoviral gene products

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    14. Christ, M; Louis, B; Stoeckel, F; Dieterle, A; Grave, L; Dreyer, D; Kintz, J; Hadji, DA; Lusky, M; Mehtali, M
      Modulation of the inflammatory properties and hepatotoxicity of recombinant adenovirus vectors by the viral E4 gene products

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    15. Hernandez-Alcoceba, R; Pihalja, M; Wicha, MS; Clarke, MF
      A novel, conditionally replicative adenovirus for the treatment of breast cancer that allows controlled replication of E1a-deleted adenoviral vectors

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    16. Shtrichman, R; Sharf, R; Kleinberger, T
      Adenovirus E4orf4 protein interacts with both B alpha and B ' subunits of protein phosphatase 2A, but E4orf4-induced apoptosis is mediated only by the interaction with B alpha

      ONCOGENE
    17. Querido, E; Chu-Pham-Dang, H; Branton, PE
      Identification and elimination of an aberrant splice product from cDNAs encoding the human adenovirus type 5 E4orf6 protein

      VIROLOGY
    18. Nicolas, AL; Munz, PL; Falck-Pedersen, E; Young, CSH
      Creation and repair of specific DNA double-strand breaks in vivo followinginfection with adenovirus vectors expressing Saccharomyces cerevisiae HO endonuclease

      VIROLOGY
    19. Cathomen, T; Weitzman, MD
      A functional complex of adenovirus proteins E1B-55kDa and E4orf6 is necessary to modulate the expression level of p53 but not its transcriptional activity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    20. Marcellus, RC; Chan, H; Paquette, D; Thirlwell, S; Boivin, D; Branton, PE
      Induction of p53-independent apoptosis by the adenovirus E4orf4 protein requires binding to the B alpha subunit of protein phosphatase 2A

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    21. Rabino, C; Aspegren, A; Corbin-Lickfett, K; Bridge, E
      Adenovirus late gene expression does not require a Rev-like nuclear RNA export pathway

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    22. O'Connor, RJ; Hearing, P
      The E4-6/7 protein functionally compensates for the loss of E1A expressionin adenovirus infection

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    23. Hu, HM; Serra, D; Amalfitano, A
      Persistence of an [E1(-), polymerase(-)] adenovirus vector despite transduction of a neoantigen into immune-competent mice

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    24. Yew, NS; Marshall, J; Przybylska, M; Wysokenski, DM; Ziegler, RJ; Rafter, PW; Li, C; Armentano, D; Cheng, SH
      Increased duration of transgene expression in the lung with plasmid DNA vectors harboring adenovirus E4 open reading frame 3

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    25. Lawrence, MS; Foellmer, HG; Elsworth, JD; Kim, JH; Leranth, C; Kozlowski, DA; Bothwell, ALM; Davidson, BL; Bohn, MC; Redmond, DE
      Inflammatory responses and their impact on beta-galactosidase transgene expression following adenovirus vector delivery to the primate caudate nucleus

      GENE THERAPY
    26. Ji, L; Bouvet, M; Price, RE; Roth, JA; Fang, B
      Reduced toxicity, attenuated immunogenicity and efficient mediation of human p53 gene expression in vivo by an adenovirus vector with deleted E1-E3 and inactivated E4 by GAL4-TATA promoter replacement

      GENE THERAPY
    27. Pfeffer, A; Schubbert, R; Orend, G; Hilger-Eversheim, K; Doerfler, W
      Integrated viral genomes can be lost from adenovirus type 12-induced hamster tumor cells in a clone-specific, multistep process with retention of theoncogenic phenotype

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    28. Boyer, J; Rohleder, K; Ketner, G
      Adenovirus E4 34k and E4 11k inhibit double strand break repair and are physically associated with the cellular DNA-dependent protein kinase

      VIROLOGY
    29. Mannervik, M; Fan, S; Strom, AC; Helin, K; Akusjarvi, G
      Adenovirus E4 open reading frame 4-induced dephosphorylation inhibits E1A activation of the E2 promoter and E2F-1-mediated transactivation independently of the retinoblastoma tumor suppressor protein

      VIROLOGY
    30. Armentano, D; Smith, MP; Sookdeo, CC; Zabner, J; Perricone, MA; St George, JA; Wadsworth, SC; Gregory, RJ
      E4ORF3 requirement for achieving long-term transgene expression from the cytomegalovirus promoter in adenovirus vectors

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    31. Gorziglia, MI; Lapcevich, C; Roy, S; Kang, Q; Kadan, M; Wu, V; Pechan, P; Kaleko, M
      Generation of an adenovirus vector lacking E1, E2a, E3, and all of E4 except open reading frame 3

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    32. Turnell, AS; Grand, RJA; Gallimore, PH
      The replicative capacities of large E1B-null group A and group C adenoviruses are independent of host cell p53 status

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    33. Nevels, M; Tauber, B; Kremmer, E; Spruss, T; Wolf, H; Dobner, T
      Transforming potential of the adenovirus type 5 E4orf3 protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    34. Grifman, M; Chen, NN; Gao, GP; Cathomen, T; Wilson, JM; Weitzman, MD
      Overexpression of cyclin A inhibits augmentation of recombinant adeno-associated virus transduction by the adenovirus E4orf6 protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    35. Ramalingam, R; Rafii, S; Worgall, S; Hackett, NR; Crystal, RG
      Induction of endogenous genes following infection of human endothelial cells with an E1(-) E4(+) adenovirus gene transfer vector

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    36. Lusky, M; Grave, L; Dieterle, A; Dreyer, D; Christ, M; Ziller, C; Furstenberger, P; Kintz, J; Hadji, DA; Pavirani, A; Mehtali, M
      Regulation of adenovirus-mediated transgene expression by the viral E4 gene products: Requirement for E4 ORF3

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    37. Ramalingam, R; Rafii, S; Worgall, S; Brough, DE; Crystal, RG
      E1(-)E4(+) adenoviral gene transfer vectors function as a "pro-life" signal to promote survival of primary human endothelial cells

      BLOOD
    38. MATSUSHITA T; ELLIGER S; ELLIGER C; PODSAKOFF G; VILLARREAL L; KURTZMAN GJ; IWAKI Y; COLOSI P
      ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS VECTORS CAN BE EFFICIENTLY PRODUCED WITHOUT HELPER VIRUS

      Gene therapy
    39. STEEGENGA WT; RITECO N; JOCHEMSEN AG; FALLAUX FJ; BOS JL
      THE LARGE E1B PROTEIN TOGETHER WITH THE E4ORF6 PROTEIN TARGET P53 FORACTIVE DEGRADATION IN ADENOVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS

      Oncogene
    40. SHTRICHMAN R; KLEINBERGER T
      ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 E4 OPEN READING FRAME-4 PROTEIN INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN TRANSFORMED-CELLS

      Journal of virology
    41. LUSKY M; CHRIST M; RITTNER K; DIETERLE A; DREYER D; MOUROT B; SCHULTZ H; STOECKEL F; PAVIRANI A; MEHTALI M
      IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO BIOLOGY OF RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRUS VECTORS WITH E1, E1 E2A, OR E1/E4 DELETED/

      Journal of virology
    42. HORRIDGE JJ; LEPPARD KN
      RNA-BINDING ACTIVITY OF THE E1B-55-KILODALTON PROTEIN FROM HUMAN ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5

      Journal of virology (Print)
    43. HUANG W; FLINT SJ
      THE TRIPARTITE LEADER SEQUENCE OF SUBGROUP-C ADENOVIRUS MAJOR LATE MESSENGER-RNA CAN INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF MESSENGER-RNA EXPORT

      Journal of virology
    44. COTTEN M; SALTIK M
      INTRACELLULAR DELIVERY OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE DURING DNA TRANSFECTION ACTIVATES A LIPID A-DEPENDENT CELL-DEATH RESPONSE THAT CAN BE PREVENTED BY POLYMYXIN-B

      Human gene therapy
    45. WANG Q; GREENBURG G; BUNCH D; FARSON D; FINER MH
      PERSISTENT TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN MOUSE-LIVER FOLLOWING IN-VIVO GENE-TRANSFER WITH A DELTA-E1 DELTA-E4 ADENOVIRUS VECTOR/

      Gene therapy
    46. BAKER A; COTTEN M
      DELIVERY OF BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES INTO MAMMALIAN-CELLS WITH PSORALEN-INACTIVATED ADENOVIRUS CARRIER

      Nucleic acids research
    47. DEDIEU JF; VIGNE E; TORRENT C; JULLIEN C; MAHFOUZ I; CAILLAUD JM; AUBAILLY N; ORSINI C; GUILLAUME JM; OPOLON P; DELAERE P; PERRICAUDET M; YEH P
      LONG-TERM GENE DELIVERY INTO THE LIVERS OF IMMUNOCOMPETENT MICE WITH E1 E4-DEFECTIVE ADENOVIRUSES/

      Journal of virology
    48. QUERIDO E; MARCELLUS RC; LAI A; CHARBONNEAU R; TEODORO JG; KETNER G; BRANTON PE
      REGULATION OF P53 LEVELS BY THE E1B 55-KILODALTON PROTEIN AND E40RF6 IN ADENOVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS

      Journal of virology
    49. RUBENWOLF S; SCHUTT H; NEVELS M; WOLF H; DOBNER T
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 E1B 55-KILODALTON-E4ORF6PROTEIN COMPLEX

      Journal of virology
    50. WANG Q; FINER MH
      2ND-GENERATION ADENOVIRUS VECTORS

      Nature medicine
    51. DOUCAS V; ISHOV AM; ROMO A; JUGUILON H; WEITZMAN MD; EVANS RM; MAUL GG
      ADENOVIRUS REPLICATION IS COUPLED WITH THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF THE PML NUCLEAR-STRUCTURE

      Genes & development
    52. DOBNER T; HORIKOSHI N; RUBENWOLF S; SHENK T
      BLOCKAGE BY ADENOVIRUS E4ORF6 OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY THE P53 TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR

      Science
    53. YANG UC; HUANG W; FLINT SJ
      MESSENGER-RNA EXPORT CORRELATES WITH ACTIVATION OF TRANSCRIPTION IN HUMAN SUBGROUP-C ADENOVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS

      Journal of virology
    54. FERRARI FK; SAMULSKI T; SHENK T; SAMULSKI RJ
      2ND-STRAND SYNTHESIS IS A RATE-LIMITING STEP FOR EFFICIENT TRANSDUCTION BY RECOMBINANT ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS VECTORS

      Journal of virology
    55. WEITZMAN MD; FISHER KJ; WILSON JM
      RECRUITMENT OF WILD-TYPE AND RECOMBINANT ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS INTO ADENOVIRUS REPLICATION CENTERS

      Journal of virology
    56. WEISS RS; MCARTHUR MJ; JAVIER RT
      HUMAN ADENOVIRUS TYPE-9 E4 OPEN READING FRAME-1 ENCODES A CYTOPLASMICTRANSFORMING PROTEIN CAPABLE OF INCREASING THE ONCOGENICITY OF CREF CELLS

      Journal of virology
    57. GAO GP; YANG YP; WILSON JM
      BIOLOGY OF ADENOVIRUS VECTORS WITH E1 AND E4 DELETIONS FOR LIVER-DIRECTED GENE-THERAPY

      Journal of virology
    58. FISHER KJ; GAO GP; WEITZMAN MD; DEMATTEO R; BURDA JF; WILSON JM
      TRANSDUCTION WITH RECOMBINANT ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS FOR GENE-THERAPY IS LIMITED BY LEADING-STRAND SYNTHESIS

      Journal of virology
    59. SWAMINATHAN S; THIMMAPAYA B
      TRANSACTIVATION OF ADENOVIRUS E2-EARLY PROMOTER BY E1A AND E4-6 7 IN THE CONTEXT OF VIRAL CHROMOSOME/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    60. ISHOV AM; MAUL GG
      THE PERIPHERY OF NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10 (ND10) AS SITE OF DNA VIRUS DEPOSITION

      The Journal of cell biology
    61. KROUGLIAK V; GRAHAM FL
      DEVELOPMENT OF CELL-LINES CAPABLE OF COMPLEMENTING E1, E4, AND PROTEIN-IX DEFECTIVE ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 MUTANTS

      Human gene therapy
    62. ARMENTANO D; SOOKDEO CC; HEHIR KM; GREGORY RJ; STGEORGE JA; PRINCE GA; WADSWORTH SC; SMITH AE
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ADENOVIRUS GENE-TRANSFER VECTOR CONTAINING AN E4 DELETION

      Human gene therapy
    63. OHMAN K; NORDQVIST K; LINDER S; AKUSJARVI G
      EFFECT OF ADENOVIRUS-2 EARLY REGION-4 PRODUCTS ON E1-TRANSFORMATION

      International journal of oncology
    64. KRAMM CM; SENAESTEVES M; BARNETT FH; RAINOV NG; SCHUBACK DE; YU JS; PECHAN PA; PAULUS W; CHIOCCA EA; BREAKEFIELD XO
      GENE-THERAPY FOR BRAIN-TUMORS

      Brain pathology
    65. VIGNE E; DEDIEU JF; ORSINI C; DENEFLE P; PERRICAUDET M; YEH P
      3RD-GENERATION ADENOVECTORS FOR GENE-THERAPY

      Restorative neurology and neuroscience
    66. IMLER JL
      ADENOVIRUS VECTORS AS RECOMBINANT VIRAL VACCINES

      Vaccine
    67. COTTEN M; WEBER JM
      THE ADENOVIRUS PROTEASE IS REQUIRED FOR VIRUS ENTRY INTO HOST-CELLS

      Virology
    68. ROUTES JM; COOK JL
      E1A GENE-EXPRESSION INDUCES SUSCEPTIBILITY TO KILLING BY NK CELLS FOLLOWING IMMORTALIZATION BUT NOT ADENOVIRUS INFECTION OF HUMAN-CELLS

      Virology
    69. SMILEY JK; YOUNG MA; BANSBACH CC; FLINT SJ
      THE METABOLISM OF SMALL CELLULAR RNA SPECIES DURING PRODUCTIVE SUBGROUP-C ADENOVIRUS INFECTION

      Virology
    70. CARAVOKYRI C; LEPPARD KN
      CONSTITUTIVE EPISOMAL EXPRESSION OF POLYPEPTIDE-IX (PIX) IN A 293-BASED CELL-LINE COMPLEMENTS THE DEFICIENCY OF PIX MUTANT ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5

      Journal of virology
    71. TIEMESSEN CT; KIDD AH
      THE SUBGROUP-F ADENOVIRUSES

      Journal of General Virology
    72. COTTEN M; BAKER A; SALTIK M; WAGNER E; BUSCHLE M
      LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE IS A FREQUENT CONTAMINANT OF PLASMID DNA PREPARATIONS AND CAN BE TOXIC TO PRIMARY HUMAN-CELLS IN THE PRESENCE OF ADENOVIRUS

      Gene therapy
    73. THURNHER M; WAGNER E; CLAUSEN H; MECHTLER K; RUSCONI S; DINTER A; BIRNSTIEL ML; BERGER EG; COTTEN M
      CARBOHYDRATE RECEPTOR-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER TO HUMAN T-LEUKEMIC-CELLS

      Glycobiology
    74. OBERT S; OCONNOR RJ; SCHMID S; HEARING P
      THE ADENOVIRUS E4-6 7 PROTEIN TRANSACTIVATES THE E2 PROMOTER BY INDUCING DIMERIZATION OF A HETEROMERIC E2F COMPLEX/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    75. NORDQVIST K; OHMAN K; AKUSJARVI G
      HUMAN ADENOVIRUS ENCODES 2 PROTEINS WHICH HAVE OPPOSITE EFFECTS ON ACCUMULATION OF ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED MESSENGER-RNAS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    76. COTTEN M; SALTIK M; KURSA M; WAGNER E; MAASS G; BIRNSTIEL ML
      PSORALEN TREATMENT OF ADENOVIRUS PARTICLES ELIMINATES VIRUS-REPLICATION AND TRANSCRIPTION WHILE MAINTAINING THE ENDOSOMOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF THE VIRUS CAPSID

      Virology
    77. GRAND RJA; GRANT ML; GALLIMORE PH
      ENHANCED EXPRESSION OF P53 IN HUMAN-CELLS INFECTED WITH MUTANT ADENOVIRUSES

      Virology
    78. ROSS D; ZIFF E
      DEFECTIVE PROCESSING OF HUMAN ADENOVIRUS-2 LATE TRANSCRIPTION UNIT MESSENGER-RNAS DURING ABORTIVE INFECTIONS IN MONKEY CELLS

      Virology
    79. PANNING B; SMILEY JR
      ACTIVATION OF RNA-POLYMERASE-III TRANSCRIPTION OF HUMAN ALU ELEMENTS BY HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS

      Virology
    80. JAVIER RT
      ADENOVIRUS TYPE-9 E4 OPEN READING FRAME-1 ENCODES A TRANSFORMING PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MAMMARY-TUMORS IN RATS

      Journal of virology
    81. PANNING B; SMILEY JR
      ACTIVATION OF RNA POLYMERASE-III TRANSCRIPTION OF HUMAN ALU REPETITIVE ELEMENTS BY ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 - REQUIREMENT FOR THE E1B 58-KILODALTON PROTEIN AND THE PRODUCTS OF E4 OPEN READING FRAMES 3 AND 6

      Molecular and cellular biology
    82. MEI YF; WADELL G
      HEMAGGLUTINATION PROPERTIES AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF THE FIBER GENE OF ADENOVIRUS GENOME TYPE-11P AND TYPE-11A

      Virology
    83. OHMAN K; NORDQVIST K; AKUSJARVI G
      2 ADENOVIRUS PROTEINS WITH REDUNDANT ACTIVITIES IN VIRUS GROWTH FACILITATES TRIPARTITE LEADER MESSENGER-RNA ACCUMULATION

      Virology
    84. VANDENHEUVEL SJL; VANLAAR T; THE I; VANDEREB AJ
      LARGE E1B PROTEINS OF ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 AND TYPE-12 HAVE DIFFERENT EFFECTS ON P53 AND DISTINCT ROLES IN CELL-TRANSFORMATION

      Journal of virology
    85. HATFIELD L; HEARING P
      THE NFIII OCT-1 BINDING-SITE STIMULATES ADENOVIRUS DNA-REPLICATION INVIVO AND IS FUNCTIONALLY REDUNDANT WITH ADJACENT SEQUENCES/

      Journal of virology
    86. DIX I; LEPPARD KN
      REGULATED SPLICING OF ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5 E4-TRANSCRIPTS AND REGULATED CYTOPLASMIC ACCUMULATION OF E4 MESSENGER-RNA

      Journal of virology


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