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    1. Meiering, CD; Linial, ML
      Historical perspective of foamy virus epidemiology and infection

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    2. Alke, A; Schwantes, A; Kido, K; Flotenmeyer, M; Flugel, RM; Lochelt, M
      The bet gene of feline foamy virus is required for virus replication

      VIROLOGY
    3. Meiering, CD; Rubio, C; May, C; Linial, ML
      Cell-type-specific regulation of the two foamy virus promoters

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Park, J; Mergia, A
      Mutational analysis of the 5 ' leader region of simian foamy virus type 1

      VIROLOGY
    5. Lecellier, CH; Saib, A
      Foamy viruses: Between retroviruses and pararetroviruses

      VIROLOGY
    6. Heinkelein, M; Thurow, J; Dressler, M; Imrich, H; Neumann-Haefelin, D; McClure, MO; Rethwilm, A
      Complex effects of deletions in the 5 ' untranslated region of primate foamy virus on viral gene expression and RNA packaging

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Meiering, CD; Comstock, KE; Linial, ML
      Multiple integrations of human foamy virus in persistently infected human erythroleukemia cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Herchenroder, O; Moosmayer, D; Bock, M; Pietschmann, T; Rethwilm, A; Bieniasz, PD; McClure, MO; Weis, R; Schneider, J
      Specific binding of recombinant foamy virus envelope protein to host cellscorrelates with susceptibility to infection

      VIROLOGY
    9. Linial, ML
      Foamy viruses are unconventional retroviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Enssle, J; Moebes, A; Heinkelein, M; Panhuysen, M; Mauer, B; Schweizer, M; Neumann-Haefelin, D; Rethwilm, A
      An active foamy virus integrase is required for virus replication

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    11. Wang, G; Mulligan, MJ
      Comparative sequence analysis and predictions for the envelope glycoproteins of foamy viruses

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    12. TROBRIDGE GD; RUSSELL DW
      HELPER-FREE FOAMY VIRUS VECTORS

      Human gene therapy
    13. LEE H; KIM SH; KANG MR; KIM WB; CHO BY; KIM S
      PREVALENCE OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS-RELATED SEQUENCES IN THE KOREAN POPULATION

      Journal of biomedical science
    14. BODEM J; LOCHELT M; DELIUS H; FLUGEL RM
      DETECTION OF SUBGENOMIC CDNAS AND MAPPING OF FELINE FOAMY VIRUS MESSENGER-RNAS REVEALS COMPLEX PATTERNS OF TRANSCRIPTION

      Virology
    15. HEINKELEIN M; SCHMIDT M; FISCHER N; MOEBES A; LINDEMANN D; ENSSLE J; RETHWILM A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CIS-ACTING SEQUENCE IN THE POL REGION REQUIRED TO TRANSFER HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS VECTORS

      Journal of virology
    16. ERLWEIN O; BIENIASZ PD; MCCLURE MO
      SEQUENCES IN POL ARE REQUIRED FOR TRANSFER OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS-BASEDVECTORS

      Journal of virology
    17. BALDWIN DN; LINIAL ML
      THE ROLES OF POL AND ENV IN THE ASSEMBLY PATHWAY OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    18. WU M; CHARI S; YANCHIS T; MERGIA A
      CIS-ACTING SEQUENCES REQUIRED FOR SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS TYPE-I VECTORS

      Journal of virology
    19. HOLZSCHU DL; DELANEY MA; RENSHAW RW; CASEY JW
      THE NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND SPLICED POL MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS OF THE NONPRIMATE SPUMAVIRUS BOVINE FOAMY VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    20. MERGIA A; WU M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PROVIRUS CLONES OF SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS TYPE-1

      Journal of virology
    21. BODEM J; LOCHELT M; YANG P; FLUGEL RM
      REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION BY HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS AND POTENTIALS OF FOAMY VIRAL VECTORS

      Stem cells
    22. YANG P; ZEMBA M; ABOUD M; FLUGEL RM; LOCHELT M
      DELETION ANALYSIS OF BOTH THE LONG TERMINAL REPEAT AND THE INTERNAL PROMOTERS OF THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Virus genes
    23. DECELISKOSMAS J; CORONEL A; GRIGORIAN I; EMANOILRAVIER R; TOBALYTAPIERO J
      NONRANDOM DELETIONS IN HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS LONG TERMINAL REPEAT DURING VIRAL-INFECTION

      Archives of virology
    24. BIENIASZ PD; ERLWEIN O; AGUZZI A; RETHWILM A; MCCLURE MO
      GENE-TRANSFER USING REPLICATION-DEFECTIVE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS VECTORS

      Virology
    25. SCHMIDT M; HERCHENRODER O; HEENEY J; RETHWILM A
      LONG TERMINAL REPEAT U3 LENGTH POLYMORPHISM OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Virology
    26. MOROZOV VA; COPELAND TD; NAGASHIMA K; GONDA MA; OROSZLAN S
      PROTEIN-COMPOSITION AND MORPHOLOGY OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS INTRACELLULARCORES AND EXTRACELLULAR PARTICLES

      Virology
    27. WINKLER I; BODEM J; HAAS L; ZEMBA M; DELIUS H; FLOWER R; FLUGEL RM; LOCHELT M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GENOME OF FELINE FOAMY VIRUS AND ITS PROTEINSSHOWS DISTINCT FEATURES DIFFERENT FROM THOSE OF PRIMATE SPUMAVIRUSES

      Journal of virology
    28. LINDEMANN D; BOCK M; SCHWEIZER M; RETHWILM A
      EFFICIENT PSEUDOTYPING OF MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS PARTICLES WITH CHIMERIC HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS ENVELOPE PROTEINS

      Journal of virology
    29. GIRON ML; COLAS S; WYBIER J; ROZAIN F; EMANOILRAVIER R
      EXPRESSION AND MATURATION OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS GAG PRECURSOR POLYPEPTIDES

      Journal of virology
    30. HELPS CR; HARBOUR DA
      COMPARISON OF THE COMPLETE SEQUENCE OF FELINE SPUMAVIRUS WITH THOSE OF THE PRIMATE SPUMAVIRUSES REVEALS A SHORTER GAG GENE

      Journal of General Virology
    31. RETHWILM A
      UNEXPECTED REPLICATION PATHWAYS OF FOAMY VIRUSES

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    32. SAIB A; DETHE H
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    33. TOBALYTAPIERO J; DECELISKOSMAS J; BITTOUN P; LASNERET J; POORTERS AM; ELADARI ME; EMANOILRAVIER R
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INFECTIOUS FULL-LENGTH DNA CLONES OF CHIMPANZEE FOAMY VIRUSES SFV6 AND SFV7 - EVIDENCE FOR A TAF-DEPENDENT INTERNAL PROMOTER

      Research in virology
    34. SABILE A; RHODESFEUILLETTE A; JAOUI FZ; TOBALYTAPIERO J; GIRON ML; LASNERET J; PERIES J; CANIVET M
      IN-VITRO STUDIES ON INTERFERON-INDUCING CAPACITY AND SENSITIVITY TO IFN OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Research in virology
    35. GOEPFERT PA; RITTER GD; PENG XB; GBAKIMA AA; ZHANG Y; MULLIGAN MJ
      ANALYSIS OF WEST-AFRICAN HUNTERS FOR FOAMY VIRUS-INFECTIONS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    36. ALI M; TAYLOR GP; PITMAN RJ; PARKER D; RETHWILM A; CHEINGSONGPOPOV R; WEBER JN; BIENIASZ PD; BRADLEY J; MCCLURE MO
      NO EVIDENCE OF ANTIBODY TO HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS IN WIDESPREAD HUMAN-POPULATIONS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    37. JORDAN I; ENSSLE J; GUTTLER E; MAUER B; RETHWILM A
      EXPRESSION OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE INVOLVES A SPLICED POL MESSENGER-RNA

      Virology
    38. RENNE R; FLEPS U; LUCIW PA; NEUMANNHAEFELIN D
      TRANSACTIVATION OF THE 2 PROMOTERS OF SFV-3 BY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS

      Virology
    39. TSCHOPP RR; BRANDNER S; MARINO S; BOTHE K; HORAK I; RETHWILM A; AGUZZI A
      ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINANTS OF NEUROTROPISM AND NEUROTOXICITY OF HFVIN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Virology
    40. YU SF; BALDWIN DN; GWYNN SR; YENDAPALLI S; LINIAL ML
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS-REPLICATION - A PATHWAY DISTINCT FROM THAT OF RETROVIRUSES AND HEPADNAVIRUSES

      Science
    41. ZOU JX; LUCIW PA
      THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATOR OF SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS-1 BINDS TO ADNA TARGET ELEMENT IN THE VIRAL INTERNAL PROMOTER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. MIKOVITS JA; HOFFMAN PM; RETHWILM A; RUSCETTI FW
      IN-VITRO INFECTION OF PRIMARY AND RETROVIRUS-INFECTED HUMAN-LEUKOCYTES BY HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    43. LOCHELT M; FLUGEL RM
      THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS POL GENE IS EXPRESSED AS A PRO-POL POLYPROTEIN AND NOT AS A GAG-POL FUSION PROTEIN

      Journal of virology
    44. YU SF; STONE J; LINIAL ML
      PRODUCTIVE PERSISTENT INFECTION OF HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS BY HUMAN FOAMYVIRUS

      Journal of virology
    45. RUSSELL DW; MILLER AD
      FOAMY VIRUS VECTORS

      Journal of virology
    46. MCCLURE MO; ERLWEIN O
      FOAMY VIRUSES - PATHOGENIC OR THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL

      Reviews in medical virology
    47. CHANG J; SUNG YC
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS BEL1 PROTEIN PRODUCED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND INSECT CELLS IS BIOLOGICALLY FUNCTIONAL

      Molecules and cells
    48. ADACHI A; SAKAI H; TOKUNAGA K; KAWAMURA M
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF HUMAN SPUMA RETROVIRUS GENOME

      Virus genes
    49. WYBIERFRANQUI J; TOBALYTAPIERO J; CORONEL A; GIRON ML; CHOPINROBERT C; PERIES J; EMANOILRAVIER R
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS-DNA FORMS AND EXPRESSION IN PERSISTENTLY INFECTED DAMI MEGAKARYOCYTIC CELLS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    50. SCHWEIZER M; TUREK R; HAHN H; SCHLIEPHAKE A; NETZER KO; EDER G; REINHARDT M; RETHWILM A; NEUMANNHAEFELIN D
      MARKERS OF FOAMY VIRUS-INFECTIONS IN MONKEYS, APES, AND ACCIDENTALLY INFECTED HUMANS - APPROPRIATE TESTING FAILS TO CONFIRM SUSPECTED FOAMYVIRUS PREVALENCE IN HUMANS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    51. JACOBS RM; POLLARI FL; MCNAB WB; JEFFERSON B
      A SEROLOGICAL SURVEY OF BOVINE SYNCYTIAL VIRUS IN ONTARIO - ASSOCIATIONS WITH BOVINE LEUKEMIA AND IMMUNODEFICIENCY-LIKE VIRUSES, PRODUCTIONRECORDS, AND MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES

      Canadian journal of veterinary research
    52. HERCHENRODER O; TUREK R; NEUMANNHAEFELIN D; RETHWILM A; SCHNEIDER J
      INFECTIOUS PROVIRAL CLONES OF CHIMPANZEE FOAMY VIRUS (SFVCPZ) GENERATED BY LONG PCR REVEAL CLOSE FUNCTIONAL RELATEDNESS TO HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Virology
    53. KOGEL D; ABOUD M; FLUGEL RM
      MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE AND RIBONUCLEASE-H DOMAINS

      Virology
    54. SCHMIDT M; RETHWILM A
      REPLICATING FOAMY VIRUS-BASED VECTORS DIRECTING HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSIONOF FOREIGN GENES

      Virology
    55. BIENIASZ PD; RETHWILM A; PITMAN R; DANIEL MD; CHRYSTIE I; MCCLURE MO
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF HIGHER PRIMATE FOAMY VIRUSES, INCLUDING A NEW VIRUS FROM A GORILLA

      Virology
    56. LOCHELT M; YU SF; LINIAL ML; FLUGEL RM
      THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS INTERNAL PROMOTER IS REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT GENE-EXPRESSION AND INFECTIVITY

      Virology
    57. SAIB A; KOKEN MHM; VANDERSPEK P; PERIES J; DETHE H
      INVOLVEMENT OF A SPLICED AND DEFECTIVE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CHRONIC INFECTION

      Journal of virology
    58. CHANG J; LEE KJ; JANG KL; LEE EK; BAEK GH; SUNG YC
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS BELL TRANSACTIVATOR CONTAINS A BIPARTITE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION DETERMINANT WHICH IS SENSITIVE TO PROTEIN CONTEXT AND TRIPLE MULTIMERIZATION DOMAINS

      Journal of virology
    59. LUUKKONEN BGM; TAN W; FENYO EM; SCHWARTZ S
      ANALYSIS OF CROSS-REACTIVITY OF RETROVIRUS PROTEASES USING A VACCINIAVIRUS T7 RNA POLYMERASE-BASED EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Journal of General Virology
    60. COLAS S; BOURGE JF; WYBIER J; CHELBIALIX MK; PAUL P; EMANOILRAVIER R
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS-INFECTION ACTIVATES CLASS-I MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX ANTIGEN EXPRESSION

      Journal of General Virology
    61. PAHL A; FLUGEL RM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN SPUMA RETROVIRUS INTEGRASE BY SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS, BY COMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS, AND BY SWAPPING THE ZINC-FINGER DOMAIN OF HIV-1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. HENEINE W; WOODS TC; SINHA SD; KHAN AS; CHAPMAN LE; SCHONBERGER LB; FOLKS TM
      LACK OF EVIDENCE FOR INFECTION WITH KNOWN HUMAN AND ANIMAL RETROVIRUSES IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME

      Clinical infectious diseases
    63. WEISSENBERGER J; FLUGEL RM
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BEL-3 PROTEIN OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    64. SCHWEIZER M; TUREK R; REINHARDT M; NEUMANNHAEFELIN D
      ABSENCE OF FOAMY VIRUS-DNA IN GRAVES-DISEASE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    65. RENSHAW RW; CASEY JW
      ANALYSIS OF THE 5' LONG TERMINAL REPEAT OF BOVINE SYNCYTIAL VIRUS

      Gene
    66. DECELIS J; TOBALYTAPIERO J; HAMPE A; EMANOILRAVIER R
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE LONG TERMINAL REPEAT OF THE CHIMPANZEE FOAMY VIRUS ISOLATES (SFV-6)

      Archives of virology
    67. LEE AH; LEE HY; SUNG YC
      THE GENE-EXPRESSION OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS DOES NOT REQUIRE A POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATOR

      Virology
    68. HERCHENRODER O; RENNE R; LONCAR D; COBB EK; MURTHY KK; SCHNEIDER J; MERGIA A; LUCIW PA
      ISOLATION, CLONING, AND SEQUENCING OF SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUSES FROM CHIMPANZEES (SFVCPZ) - HIGH HOMOLOGY TO HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS (HRV)

      Virology
    69. MERGIA A
      SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS TYPE-1 CONTAINS A 2ND PROMOTER LOCATED AT THE 3' END OF THE ENV GENE

      Virology
    70. CAMPBELL M; RENSHAWGEGG L; RENNE R; LUCIW PA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INTERNAL PROMOTER OF SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUSES

      Journal of virology
    71. SCHLIEPHAKE AW; RETHWILM A
      NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF FOAMY VIRUS GAG PRECURSOR PROTEIN

      Journal of virology
    72. LOCHELT M; FLUGEL RM; ABOUD M
      THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS INTERNAL PROMOTER DIRECTS THE EXPRESSION OF THEFUNCTIONAL BEL-1 TRANSACTIVATOR AND BET PROTEIN EARLY AFTER INFECTION

      Journal of virology
    73. RENSHAW RW; CASEY JW
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL MAPPING OF THE 3' END OF THE BOVINE SYNCYTIAL VIRUS GENOME

      Journal of virology
    74. MCCLURE MO; BIENIASZ PD; SCHULZ TF; CHRYSTIE IL; SIMPSON G; AGUZZI A; HOAD JG; CUNNINGHAM A; KIRKWOOD J; WEISS RA
      ISOLATION OF A NEW FOAMY RETROVIRUS FROM ORANGUTANS

      Journal of virology
    75. HAHN H; BAUNACH G; BRAUTIGAM S; MERGIA A; NEUMANNHAEFELIN D; DANIEL MD; MCCLURE MO; RETHWILM A
      REACTIVITY OF PRIMATE SERA TO FOAMY VIRUS GAG AND BET PROTEINS

      Journal of General Virology
    76. LOCHELT M; ABOUD M; FLUGEL RM
      INCREASE IN THE BASAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS INTERNAL PROMOTER BY THE HOMOLOGOUS LONG TERMINAL REPEAT PROMOTER IN CIS

      Nucleic acids research
    77. NEUMANNHAEFELIN D; FLEPS U; RENNE R; SCHWEIZER M
      FOAMY VIRUSES

      Intervirology
    78. SAIB A; PERIES J; DETHE H
      A DEFECTIVE HUMAN FOAMY PROVIRUS GENERATED BY PREGENOME SPLICING

      EMBO journal
    79. HONG L; BRAUTIGAM S; RETHWILM A
      EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS BEL-1 TRANSACTIVATOR IN INSECT CELLS

      Virus research
    80. ERLWEIN O; RETHWILM A
      BEL-1 TRANSACTIVATOR RESPONSIVE SEQUENCES IN THE LONG TERMINAL REPEATOF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Virology
    81. LOCHELT M; MURANYI W; FLUGEL RM
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS GENOME POSSESSES AN INTERNAL, BEL-1-DEPENDENT AND FUNCTIONAL PROMOTER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. BAUNACH G; MAURER B; HAHN H; KRANZ M; RETHWILM A
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS ACCESSORY READING FRAMES

      Journal of virology
    83. PAHL A; FLUGEL RM
      ENDONUCLEOLYTIC CLEAVAGES AND DNA-JOINING ACTIVITIES OF THE INTEGRATION PROTEIN OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    84. MERGIA A; RENSHAWGEGG LW; STOUT MW; RENNE R; HERCHENROEDER O
      FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF THE SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS TYPE-1 TRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATOR (TAF)

      Journal of virology
    85. GIRON ML; ROZAIN F; DEBONSGUILLEMIN MC; CANIVET M; PERIES J; EMANOILRAVIER R
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS POLYPEPTIDES - IDENTIFICATION OF ENV AND BEL GENE-PRODUCTS

      Journal of virology
    86. YU SF; LINIAL ML
      ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF THE BEL AND BET OPEN READING FRAMES OF HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS BY USING A NEW QUANTITATIVE ASSAY

      Journal of virology
    87. GARRETT ED; HE FL; BOGERD HP; CULLEN BR
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANSACTIVATORS OF HUMAN AND SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUSES CONTAIN A SMALL, HIGHLY CONSERVED ACTIVATION DOMAIN

      Journal of virology
    88. AGUZZI A
      THE FOAMY VIRUS FAMILY - MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND NEUROPATHOLOGY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    89. AGUZZI A; WAGNER EF; NETZER KO; BOTHE K; ANHAUSER I; RETHWILM A
      HUMAN FOAMY VIRUS PROTEINS ACCUMULATE IN NEURONS AND INDUCE MULTINUCLEATED GIANT-CELLS IN THE BRAIN OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      The American journal of pathology


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