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    1. Hou, HS; Su, YP; Shieh, HK; Lee, LH
      Monoclonal antibodies against different epitopes of nonstructural protein sigma NS of avian reovirus S1133

      VIROLOGY
    2. Becker, MM; Goral, MI; Hazelton, PR; Baer, GS; Rodgers, SE; Brown, EG; Coombs, KM; Dermody, TS
      Reovirus sigma NS protein is required for nucleation of viral assembly complexes and formation of viral inclusions

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Read-Connole, EL
      Mammalian and avian reovirus

      AVIAN AND POULTRY BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    4. Bamford, DH
      Virus structures: Those magnificent molecular machines

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Megumi, E; Pereira, N; Nishida, T; Tokunaga, R; Iwata, H; Inoue, T
      Cloning and expression of the M5 RNA segment encoding outer capsid VP5 of epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus Japan serotype 2, Ibaraki virus

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    6. Zierenberg, K; Nieper, H; van den Berg, TP; Ezeokoli, CD; Voss, M; Muller, H
      The VP2 variable region of African and German isolates of infectious bursal disease virus: comparison with very virulent, "classical" virulent, and attenuated tissue culture-adapted strains

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    7. Yin, HS; Lee, LH
      Characterization of avian reovirus non structural protein sigma NS synthesized in Escherichia coli

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    8. Koekemoer, JJO; Potgieter, AC; Paweska, JT; Van Dijk, AA
      Development of probes for typing African horsesickness virus isolates using a complete set of cloned VP2-genes

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS
    9. Yin, HS; Shien, JH; Lee, LH
      Synthesis in Escherichia coli of avian reovirus core protein sigma A and its dsRNA-binding activity

      VIROLOGY
    10. Heiske, A; Anheier, B; Pilaski, J; Volchkov, VE; Feldmann, H
      A new Clethrionomys-derived hantavirus from Germany: evidence for distinctgenetic sublineages of Puumala viruses in Western Europe

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    11. McCutcheon, AM; Broering, TJ; Nibert, ML
      Mammalian reovirus M3 gene sequences and conservation of coiled-coil motifs near the carboxyl terminus of the mu NS protein

      VIROLOGY
    12. Duncan, R
      Extensive sequence divergence and phylogenetic relationships between the fusogenic and nonfusogenic orthoreoviruses: A species proposal

      VIROLOGY
    13. Harrison, SJ; Farsetta, DL; Kim, J; Noble, S; Broering, TJ; Nibert, ML
      Mammalian reovirus L3 gene sequences and evidence for a distinct amino-terminal region of the lambda 1 protein

      VIROLOGY
    14. Zhang, N; MacLachlan, NJ; Bonneau, KR; Zhu, J; Li, Z; Zhang, K; Zhang, F; Xia, L; Xiang, W
      Identification of seven serotypes of bluetongue virus from the People's Republic of China

      VETERINARY RECORD
    15. Hazelton, PR; Coombs, KM
      The reovirus mutant tsA279 L2 gene is associated with generation of a spikeless core particle: Implications for capsid assembly

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    16. Sibold, C; Meisel, H; Kruger, DH; Labuda, M; Lysy, J; Kozuch, O; Pejcoch, M; Vaheri, A; Plyusnin, A
      Recombination in Tula hantavirus evolution: Analysis of genetic lineages from Slovakia

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    17. PIERCE CM; BALASURIYA UBR; MACLACHLAN NJ
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE S10 GENE OF FIELD AND LABORATORY STRAINSOF BLUETONGUE VIRUS FROM THE UNITED-STATES

      Virus research
    18. DUNCAN R; SULLIVAN K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 AVIAN REOVIRUSES THAT EXHIBIT STRAIN-SPECIFIC QUANTITATIVE DIFFERENCES IN THEIR SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING AND PATHOGENIC CAPABILITIES

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    19. COOMBS KM
      STOICHIOMETRY OF REOVIRUS STRUCTURAL PROTEINS IN VIRUS, ISVP, AND CORE PARTICLES

      Virology
    20. HAGIWARA K; TOMITA M; KOBAYASHI J; MIYAJIMA S; YOSHIMURA T
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF BOMBYX-MORI CYTOPLASMIC POLYHEDROSIS-VIRUS SEGMENT-8

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    21. Chen, HY; Zhou, Q; Zhang, MF; Giambrone, JJ
      Sequence analysis of the VP2 hypervariable region of nine infectious bursal disease virus isolates from Mainland China

      AVIAN DISEASES
    22. BERNARD KA; ISRAEL BA; WILSON WC; SCHULTZ KT
      SEQUENCE AND COGNITIVE ANALYSES OF 2 VIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED MARKERS OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS SEROTYPE-17

      Intervirology
    23. LIU HJ; GIAMBRONE JJ; NIELSEN BL
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF AVIAN REOVIRUSES USING NESTED PCR AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS

      Journal of virological methods
    24. JUTO P; ELGH F; AHLM C; ALEXEYEV OA; EDLUND K; LUNDKVIST A; WADELL G
      THE FIRST HUMAN ISOLATE OF PUUMALA VIRUS IN SCANDINAVIA AS CULTURED FROM PHYTOHEMAGGLUTININ-STIMULATED LEUKOCYTES

      Journal of medical virology
    25. RAMIG RF
      GENETICS OF THE ROTAVIRUSES

      Annual review of microbiology
    26. THERON J; NEL LH
      STABLE PROTEIN-RNA INTERACTION INVOLVES THE TERMINAL DOMAINS OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS MESSENGER-RNA, BUT NOT THE TERMINALLY CONSERVED SEQUENCES

      Virology
    27. TOMARU M; MARUYAMA W; KIKUCHI A; YAN J; ZHU YF; SUZUKI N; ISOGAI N; OGUMA Y; KIMURA I; OMURA T
      THE LOSS OF OUTER CAPSID PROTEIN P2 RESULTS IN NONTRANSMISSIBILITY BYTHE INSECT VECTOR OF RICE DWARF PHYTOREOVIRUS

      Journal of virology
    28. GRAVES MV; POGANY J; ROMERO J
      DEFECTIVE INTERFERING RNAS AND DEFECTIVE VIRUSES ASSOCIATED WITH MULTIPARTITE RNA VIRUSES OF PLANTS

      Seminars in virology
    29. BERNARD KA; ISRAEL BA; SCHULTZ KT
      A COMPLEX NEUTRALIZATION DOMAIN OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS SEROTYPE-17 DEFINES A VIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED MARKER

      Viral immunology
    30. SHING M; COOMBS KM
      ASSEMBLY OF THE REOVIRUS OUTER CAPSID REQUIRES MU-1 SIGMA-3 INTERACTIONS WHICH ARE PREVENTED BY MISFOLDED SIGMA-3 PROTEIN IN TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANT TSG453/

      Virus research
    31. VAPALAHTI O; LUNDKVIST A; KALLIOKOKKO H; PAUKKU K; JULKUNEN I; LANKINEN H; VAHERI A
      ANTIGENIC PROPERTIES AND DIAGNOSTIC POTENTIAL OF PUUMALA-VIRUS NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN INSECT CELLS

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    32. BURKE B; DESSELBERGER U
      ROTAVIRUS PATHOGENICITY

      Virology
    33. MERTENS PPC; BURROUGHS JN; WALTON A; WELLBY MP; FU H; OHARA RS; BROOKES SM; MELLOR PS
      ENHANCED INFECTIVITY OF MODIFIED BLUETONGUE VIRUS-PARTICLES FOR 2 INSECT-CELL LINES AND FOR 2 CULICOIDES VECTOR SPECIES

      Virology
    34. GORAL MI; MOCHOWGRUNDY M; DERMODY TS
      SEQUENCE DIVERSITY WITHIN THE REOVIRUS S3 GENE - REOVIRUSES EVOLVE INDEPENDENTLY OF HOST SPECIES, GEOGRAPHIC LOCALE, AND DATE OF ISOLATION

      Virology
    35. COOMBS KM
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A DOUBLE-STRANDED RNA(-) REOVIRUS TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANT DEFECTIVE IN MINOR CORE PROTEIN MU-2

      Journal of virology
    36. PLYUSNIN A; CHENG Y; LEHVASLAIHO H; VAHERI A
      QUASI-SPECIES IN WILD-TYPE TULA HANTAVIRUS POPULATIONS

      Journal of virology
    37. NIBERT ML; MARGRAF RL; COOMBS KM
      NONRANDOM SEGREGATION OF PARENTAL ALLELES IN REOVIRUS REASSORTANTS

      Journal of virology
    38. TURNBULL PJ; CORMACK SB; HUISMANS H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GENE ENCODING CORE PROTEIN VP6 OF 2 AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS VIRUS SEROTYPES

      Journal of General Virology
    39. NODA H; NAKASHIMA N
      NONPATHOGENIC REOVIRUSES OF LEAFHOPPERS AND PLANTHOPPERS

      Seminars in virology
    40. KOBAYASHI N; TANIGUCHI K; URASAWA T; URASAWA S
      PREFERENTIAL SELECTION OF SPECIFIC ROTAVIRUS GENE SEGMENTS IN COINFECTION AND MULTIPLE PASSAGES WITH REASSORTANT VIRUSES AND THEIR PARENTALSTRAIN

      Research in virology
    41. JENSEN MJ; WILSON WC
      A MODEL FOR THE MEMBRANE TOPOLOGY OF THE NS3 PROTEIN AS PREDICTED FROM THE SEQUENCE OF SEGMENT-10 OF EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE VIRUS SEROTYPE-1

      Archives of virology
    42. ARADAIB IE; MCBRIDE JW; WILSON WC; OSBURN BI
      DEVELOPMENT OF POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION FOR SPECIFIC IDENTIFICATION OF EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE VIRUS SEROTYPE-1

      Archives of virology
    43. MUNOZ M; RIOS M; SPENCER E
      CHARACTERISTICS OF SINGLE-STRANDED-RNA AND DOUBLE-STRANDED-RNA SYNTHESIS BY A ROTAVIRUS SA-11 MUTANT THERMOSENSITIVE IN THE RNA-POLYMERASE GENE

      Intervirology
    44. PLYUSNIN A; VAPALAHTI O; LEHVASLAIHO H; APEKINA N; MIKHAILOVA T; GAVRILOVSKAYA I; LAAKKONEN J; NIEMIMAA J; HENTTONEN H; BRUMMERKORVENKONTIO M; VAHERI A
      GENETIC-VARIATION OF WILD PUUMALA VIRUSES WITHIN THE SEROTYPE, LOCAL RODENT POPULATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL

      Virus research
    45. CHENEY IW; LARSON MD; MECHAM JO; WILSON WC
      GEOGRAPHICAL GENETIC-VARIATION IN THE GENE ENCODING VP3 FROM THE ALBERTA ISOLATE OF EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE VIRUS

      Virus research
    46. VAPALAHTI O; KALLIOKOKKO H; NARVANEN A; JULKUNEN I; LUNDKVIST A; PLYUSNIN A; LEHVASLAIHO H; BRUMMERKORVENKONTIO M; VAHERI A; LANKINEN H
      HUMAN B-CELL EPITOPES OF PUUMALA VIRUS NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN, THE MAJOR ANTIGEN IN EARLY SEROLOGICAL RESPONSE

      Journal of medical virology
    47. HUANG IJ; HWANG GY; YANG YY; HAYAMA E; LI JKK
      SEQUENCE ANALYSES AND ANTIGENIC EPITOPE MAPPING OF THE PUTATIVE RNA-DIRECTED RNA-POLYMERASE OF 5 US BLUETONGUE VIRUSES

      Virology
    48. DUNCAN R; MURPHY FA; MIRKOVIC RR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING BABOON REOVIRUS

      Virology
    49. HAZELTON PR; COOMBS KM
      THE REOVIRUS MUTANT TSA279 HAS TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE LESIONS IN THE M2 AND L2 GENES - THE M2 GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED VIRAL PROTEIN-PRODUCTION AND BLOCKADE IN TRANSMEMBRANE TRANSPORT

      Virology
    50. SCHMALJOHN AL; LI DX; NEGLEY DL; BRESSLER DS; TURELL MJ; KORCH GW; ASCHER MS; SCHMALJOHN CS
      ISOLATION AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEWFOUND HANTAVIRUS FROM CALIFORNIA

      Virology
    51. VENTER EH; HUISMANS H; VANDIJK AA
      DETECTION OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS AND AFRICAN HORSESICKNESS VIRUS IN CO-INFECTED CELL-CULTURES WITH NS1 GENE PROBES

      Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research
    52. KEDL R; SCHMECHEL S; SCHIFF L
      COMPARATIVE SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF THE REOVIRUS-S4 GENES FROM 13 SEROTYPE-1 AND SEROTYPE-3 FIELD ISOLATES

      Journal of virology
    53. WILSON WC
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF THE NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN-2 FROM EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE VIRUSES

      Virus research
    54. JEWELL JE; MECHAM JO
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN AMINO-ACID ON VP2 THAT AFFECTS NEUTRALIZATION OFBLUETONGUE VIRUS SEROTYPE-10

      Virus research
    55. NI YW; KEMP MC
      SUBGENOMIC S1 SEGMENTS ARE PACKAGED BY AVIAN REOVIRUS DEFECTIVE INTERFERING PARTICLES HAVING AN S1 SEGMENT DELETION

      Virus research
    56. JENSEN MJ; CHENEY IW; THOMPSON LH; MECHAM JO; WILSON WC; YAMAKAWA M; ROY P; GORMAN BM
      THE SMALLEST GENE OF THE ORBIVIRUS, EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC-DISEASE, ISEXPRESSED IN VIRUS-INFECTED CELLS AS 2 PROTEINS AND THE EXPRESSION DIFFERS FROM THAT OF THE COGNATE GENE OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS

      Virus research
    57. GOULD AR; MARTYN JC; STEVENSON L
      EXPRESSION OF THE NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN NS1 OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS IN BACTERIA AND YEAST - IDENTIFICATION OF 2 ANTIGENIC SITES AT THE AMINO-TERMINUS

      Virus research
    58. GOULD AR; HYATT AD
      THE ORBIVIRUS GENUS - DIVERSITY, STRUCTURE, REPLICATION AND PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS

      Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases
    59. DUNN SJ; CROSS TL; GREENBERG HB
      COMPARISON OF THE ROTAVIRUS NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN NSP1 (NS53) FROM DIFFERENT SPECIES BY SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS AND NORTHERN BLOT HYBRIDIZATION

      Virology
    60. SUZUKI N; SUGAWARA M; KUSANO T; MORI H; MATSUURA Y
      IMMUNODETECTION OF RICE DWARF PHYTOREOVIRAL PROTEINS IN BOTH INSECT AND PLANT HOSTS

      Virology
    61. BERNARD KA; ISRAEL BA; THOMPSON LH; HOMAN EJ; SCHULTZ KT
      VIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED ANTIGENIC AND GENETIC-CHARACTERISTICS OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS-17 ISOLATES

      Virology
    62. CHAPPELL JD; GORAL MI; RODGERS SE; DEPAMPHILIS CW; DERMODY TS
      SEQUENCE DIVERSITY WITHIN THE REOVIRUS S2 GENE - REOVIRUS GENES REASSORT IN NATURE, AND THEIR TERMINI ARE PREDICTED TO FORM A PANHANDLE MOTIF

      Journal of virology
    63. COOMBS KM; MAK SC; PETRYCKYCOX LD
      STUDIES OF THE MAJOR REOVIRUS CORE PROTEIN SIGMA-2 - REVERSION OF THEASSEMBLY-DEFECTIVE MUTANT TSC447 IS AN INTRAGENIC PROCESS AND INVOLVES BACK MUTATION OF ASP-383 TO ASN

      Journal of virology
    64. HJELLE B; CHAVEZGILES F; TORREZMARTINEZ N; YAMADA T; SARISKY J; ASCHER M; JENISON S
      DOMINANT GLYCOPROTEIN EPITOPE OF 4-CORNERS-HANTAVIRUS IS CONSERVED ACROSS A WIDE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA

      Journal of General Virology
    65. DUNN SJ; WARD RL; MCNEAL MM; CROSS TL; GREENBERG HB
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW NEUTRALIZATION EPITOPE ON VP7 OF HUMAN SEROTYPE-2 ROTAVIRUS AND EVIDENCE FOR ELECTROPHEROTYPE DIFFERENCES CAUSED BYSINGLE NUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTIONS

      Virology
    66. HWANG GY; LI JKK
      IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION OF A SEROTYPIC NEUTRALIZATION DETERMINANT ON THE VP2 PROTEIN OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS-13

      Virology
    67. XIE WS; ANTONIW JF; WHITE RF
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF BEET CRYPTIC VIRUS-3 DSRNA2 WHICH ENCODES A PUTATIVE RNA-DEPENDENT RNA-POLYMERASE

      Journal of General Virology


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