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    1. Ding, C; Urabe, M; Bergoin, M; Kotin, RM
      Biochemical characterization of Junonia coenia densovirus nonstructural protein NS-1

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    2. Redig, AJ; Besselsen, DG
      Detection of rodent parvoviruses by use of fluorogenic nuclease polymerasechain reaction assays

      COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
    3. Wetzel, K; Menten, P; Opdenakker, G; Van Damme, J; Grone, HJ; Giese, N; Vecchi, A; Sozzani, S; Cornelis, JJ; Rommelaere, J; Dinsart, C
      Transduction of human MCP-3 by a parvoviral vector induces leukocyte infiltration and reduces growth of human cervical carcinoma cell xenografts

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    4. Dupont, F; Karim, A; Dumon, JC; Mine, N; Avalosse, B
      A novel MVMp-based vector system specifically designed to reduce the risk of replication-competent virus generation by homologous recombination

      GENE THERAPY
    5. Moehler, M; Blechacz, B; Weiskopf, N; Zeidler, M; Stremmel, W; Rommelaere, J; Galle, PR; Cornelis, JJ
      Effective infection, apoptotic cell killing and gene transfer of human hepatoma cells but not primary hepatocytes by parvovirus H1 and derived vectors

      CANCER GENE THERAPY
    6. Kasermann, F; Wyss, K; Kempf, C
      Virus inactivation and protein modifications by ethyleneimines

      ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH
    7. Steinel, A; Parrish, CR; Bloom, ME; Truyen, U
      Parvovirus infections in wild carnivores

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    8. Sadowy, E; Milner, M; Haenni, AL
      Proteins attached to viral genomes are multifunctional

      ADVANCES IN VIRUS RESEARCH, VOL 57
    9. Yuan, W; Parrish, CR
      Canine parvovirus capsid assembly and differences in mammalian and insect cells

      VIROLOGY
    10. Lukashov, VV; Goudsmit, J
      Evolutionary relationships among parvoviruses: Virus-host coevolution among autonomous primate parvoviruses and links between adeno-associated and avian parvoviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Ward, TW; Kimmick, MW; Afanasiev, BN; Carlson, JO
      Characterization of the structural gene promoter of Aedes aegypti densovirus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    12. Rubio, MP; Guerra, S; Almendral, JM
      Genome replication and postencapsidation functions mapping to the nonstructural gene restrict the host range of a murine parvovirus in human cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    13. Krishna, SS; Sastri, M; Savithri, HS; Murthy, MRN
      Structural studies on the empty capsids of Physalis mottle virus

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Soderlund-Venermo, M; Riley, LK; Pintel, DJ
      Construction and initial characterization of an infectious plasmid clone of a newly identified hamster parvovirus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    15. Ball-Goodrich, LJ; Johnson, E; Jacoby, R
      Divergent replication kinetics of two phenotypically different parvoviruses of rats

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    16. Stevenson, MAM; Fox, JM; Wolfinbarger, JB; Bloom, ME
      Effect of a valine residue at codon 352 of the VP2 capsid protein on in vivo replication and pathogenesis of Aleutian disease parvovirus in mink

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
    17. Besselsen, DG; Wagner, AM; Loganbill, JK
      Effect of mouse strain and age on detection of mouse parvovirus 1 by use of serologic testing and polymerase chain reaction analysis

      COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
    18. Haag, A; Menten, P; Van Damme, J; Dinsart, C; Rommelaere, J; Cornelis, JJ
      Highly efficient transduction and expression of cytokine genes in human tumor cells by means of autonomous parvovirus vectors; Generation of antitumor responses in recipient mice

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    19. Dupont, F; Avalosse, B; Karim, A; Mine, N; Bosseler, M; Maron, A; Van den Broeke, A; Ghanem, GE; Burny, A; Zeicher, M
      Tumor-selective gene transduction and cell killing with an oncotropic autonomous parvovirus-based vector

      GENE THERAPY
    20. Shadan, FF; Villarreal, LP
      Parvovirus-mediated antineoplastic activity exploits genome instability

      MEDICAL HYPOTHESES
    21. Gancberg, D; Zeicher, M; Bakkus, M; Dupont, F; Leo, O; Moser, M; Spegelaere, P; Thielemans, K; Urbain, J; Horth, M
      Oncoselective transduction of CD80 and CD86 in tumor cell lines using an autonomous recombinant parvovirus

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    22. Fukada, K; Matumoto, K; Takakura, F; Yamaki, M; Sato, H; Okochi, K; Maeda, Y
      Four putative subtypes of human parvovirus B19 based on amino acid polymorphism in the C-terminal region of non-structural protein

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    23. Corbau, R; Duverger, V; Rommelaere, L; Nuesch, JPF
      Regulation of MVM NS1 by protein kinase C: Impact of mutagenesis at consensus phosphorylation sites on replicative functions and cytopathic effects

      VIROLOGY
    24. Shike, H; Dhar, AK; Burns, JC; Shimizu, C; Jousset, FX; Klimpel, KR; Bergoin, M
      Infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus of shrimp is related to mosquito Brevidensoviruses

      VIROLOGY
    25. Bashir, T; Horlein, R; Rommelaere, J; Willwand, K
      Cyclin A activates the DNA polymerase delta-dependent elongation machineryin vitro: A parvoviuus DNA replication model

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Smith, RH; Kotin, RM
      An adeno-associated virus (AAV) initiator protein, Rep78, catalyzes the cleavage and ligation of single-stranded AAV ori DNA

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    27. Cotmore, SF; Christensen, J; Tattersall, P
      Two widely spaced initiator binding sites create an HMG1-dependent parvovirus rolling-hairpin replication origin

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    28. Tullis, GE; Shenk, T
      Efficient replication of adeno-associated virus type 2 vectors: a cis-acting element outside of the terminal repeats and a minimal size

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    29. Schmidt, M; Afione, S; Kotin, RM
      Adeno-associated virus type 2 Rep78 induces apoptosis through caspase activation independently of p53

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    30. Cziepluch, C; Lampel, S; Grewenig, A; Grund, C; Lichter, P; Rommelaere, J
      H-1 parvovirus-associated replication bodies: A distinct virus-induced nuclear structure

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    31. Vihinen-Ranta, M; Yuan, W; Parrish, CR
      Cytoplasmic trafficking of the canine parvovirus capsid and its role in infection and nuclear transport

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    32. Simpson, AA; Chandrasekar, V; Hebert, B; Sullivan, GM; Rossmann, MG; Parrish, CR
      Host range and variability of calcium binding by surface loops in the capsids of canine and feline parvoviruses

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    33. Hokynar, K; Brunstein, J; Soderlund-Venermo, M; Kiviluoto, O; Partio, EK; Konttinen, Y; Hedman, K
      Integrity and full coding sequence of B19 virus DNA persisting in human synovial tissue

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    34. Guo, H; Zhang, J; Hu, Y
      Complete sequence and organization of Periplaneta fuliginosa densovirus genome

      ACTA VIROLOGICA
    35. El Bakkouri, K; Clement, N; Velu, T; Brandenburger, A
      Amplification of MVM(p) vectors through serial infection of a new packaging cell line

      TUMOR TARGETING
    36. Snyder, RO
      Adeno-associated virus-mediated gene delivery

      JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE
    37. Brandenburger, A; Coessens, E; El Bakkouri, K; Velu, T
      Influence of sequence and size of DNA on packaging efficiency of parvovirus MVM-based vectors

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    38. Kestler, J; Neeb, B; Struyf, S; Van Damme, J; Cotmore, SF; D'Abramo, A; Tattersall, P; Rommelaere, J; Dinsart, C; Cornelis, JJ
      cis requirements for the efficient production of recombinant DNA vectors based on autonomous parvoviruses

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    39. Pratelli, A; Buonavoglia, D; Tempesta, M; Guarda, F; Carmichael, L; Buonavoglia, C
      Fatal canine parvovirus type-1 infection in pups from Italy

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC INVESTIGATION
    40. Maxwell, IH; Maxwell, F
      Control of parvovirus DNA replication by a tetracycline-regulated repressor

      GENE THERAPY
    41. Yamagishi, J; Hu, Y; Zheng, J; Bando, H
      Genome organization and mRNA structure of Periplaneta fuliginosa densovirus imply alternative splicing involvement in viral gene expression

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    42. Gersappe, A; Pintel, DJ
      A premature termination codon interferes with the nuclear function of an exon splicing enhancer in an open reading frame-dependent manner

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    43. Christensen, J; Cotmore, SF; Tattersall, P
      Two new members of the emerging KDWK family of combinatorial transcriptionmodulators bind as a heterodimer to flexibly spaced PuCGPy half-sites

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    44. Tijssen, P
      Molecular and structural basis of the evolution of parvovirus tropism

      ACTA VETERINARIA HUNGARICA
    45. Ran, ZH; Rayet, B; Rommelaere, J; Faisst, S
      Parvovirus H-1-induced cell death: influence of intracellular NAD consumption on the regulation of necrosis and apoptosis

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    46. Roulston, A; Marcellus, RC; Branton, PE
      Viruses and apoptosis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY
    47. Corbau, R; Salome, N; Rommelaere, J; Nuesch, JPF
      Phosphorylation of the viral nonstructural protein NS1 during MVMp infection of A9 cells

      VIROLOGY
    48. Qiu, JM; Brown, KE
      A 110-kDa nuclear shuttle protein, nucleolin, specifically binds to adeno-associated virus type 2 (AAV-2) capsid

      VIROLOGY
    49. Cotmore, SF; D'Abramo, AM; Ticknor, CM; Tattersall, P
      Controlled conformational transitions in the MVM virion expose the VP1 N-terminus and viral genome without particle disassembly

      VIROLOGY
    50. Nicklas, W; Homberger, FR; Illgen-Wilcke, B; Jacobi, K; Kraft, V; Kunstyr, I; Mahler, M; Meyer, H; Pohlmeyer-Esch, G
      Implications of infectious agents on results of animal experiments - Report of the Working Group on Hygiene of the Gesellschaft fur Versuchstierkunde- Society for Laboratory Animal Science (GV-SOLAS)

      LABORATORY ANIMALS
    51. Besselsen, DG; Gibson, SV; Besch-Williford, CL; Purdy, GA; Knowles, RL; Wagner, JE; Pintel, DJ; Franklin, CL; Hook, RR; Riley, LK
      Natural and experimentally induced infection of syrian hamsters with a newly recognized parvovirus

      LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    52. Wang, D; Parrish, CR
      A heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein A/B-related protein binds to single-stranded DNA near the 5 ' end or within the genome of feline parvovirusand can modify virus replication

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    53. McKenna, R; Olson, NH; Chipman, PR; Baker, TS; Booth, TF; Christensen, J; Aasted, B; Fox, JM; Bloom, ME; Wolfinbarger, JB; Agbandje-McKenna, M
      Three-dimensional structure of Aleutian mink disease parvovirus: Implications for disease pathogenicity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    54. Brister, JR; Muzyczka, N
      Rep-mediated nicking of the adeno-associated virus origin requires two biochemical activities, DNA helicase activity and transesterification

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    55. Sol, N; Le Junter, J; Vassias, I; Freyssinier, JM; Thomas, A; Prigent, AF; Rudkin, BB; Fichelson, S; Morinet, F
      Possible interactions between the NS-1 protein and tumor necrosis factor alpha pathways in erythroid cell apoptosis induced by human parvovirus B19

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    56. QIN ZJ; COHEN SN
      REPLICATION AT THE TELOMERES OF THE STREPTOMYCES LINEAR PLASMID PSLA2

      Molecular microbiology
    57. KORDES E; SAVELYEVA L; SCHWAB M; ROMMELAERE J; JAUNIAUX JC; CZIEPLUCH C
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN SGT AND IDENTIFICATION OF HOMOLOGS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Genomics (San Diego, Calif.)
    58. DELEU L; FUKS F; SPITKOVSKY D; HORLEIN R; FAISST S; ROMMELAERE J
      OPPOSITE TRANSCRIPTIONAL EFFECTS OF CYCLIC AMP-RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS INCONFLUENT OR P27(KIP)-OVEREXPRESSING CELLS VERSUS SERUM-STARVED OR GROWING CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    59. OLEKSIEWICZ MB; WOLFINBARGER JB; BLOOM ME
      A COMPARISON BETWEEN PERMISSIVE AND RESTRICTED INFECTIONS WITH ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE PARVOVIRUS (ADV) - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE VIRAL PROTEIN-COMPOSITION AT NUCLEAR SITES OF VIRUS-REPLICATION

      Virus research
    60. KAMSTRUP S; LANGEVELD J; BOTNER A; NIELSEN J; SCHAAPER WMM; BOSHUIZEN RS; CASAL JI; HOJRUP P; VELA C; MELOEN R; DALSGAARD K
      MAPPING THE ANTIGENIC STRUCTURE OF PORCINE PARVOVIRUS AT THE LEVEL OFPEPTIDES

      Virus research
    61. KASAMATSU H; NAKANISHI A
      HOW DO ANIMAL DNA VIRUSES GET TO THE NUCLEUS

      Annual review of microbiology
    62. BLOOM ME; FOX JM; BERRY BD; OIE KL; WOLFINBARGER JB
      CONSTRUCTION OF PATHOGENIC MOLECULAR CLONES OF ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE PARVOVIRUS THAT REPLICATE BOTH IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    63. WEICHERT WS; PARKER JSL; WAHID ATM; CHANG SF; MEIER E; PARRISH CR
      ASSAYING FOR STRUCTURAL VARIATION IN THE PARVOVIRUS CAPSID AND ITS ROLE IN INFECTION

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    64. WANG D; YUAN W; DAVIS I; PARRISH CR
      NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN-2 AND THE REPLICATION OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS

      Virology
    65. MCKISIC M; MACY JD; DELANO ML; JACOBY RO; PATURZO FX; SMITH AL
      MOUSE PARVOVIRUS INFECTION POTENTIATES ALLOGENEIC SKIN-GRAFT REJECTION AND INDUCES SYNGENEIC GRAFT-REJECTION

      Transplantation
    66. PYPER JM; CLEMENTS JE; ZINK MC
      THE NUCLEOLUS IS THE SITE OF BORNA-DISEASE VIRUS-RNA TRANSCRIPTION AND REPLICATION

      Journal of virology
    67. CZIEPLUCH C; KORDES E; POIREY R; GREWENIG A; ROMMELAERE J; JAUNIAUX JC
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CELLULAR TPR-CONTAINING PROTEIN, SGT, THAT INTERACTS WITH THE NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN NS1 OF PARVOVIRUS H-1

      Journal of virology
    68. KIMMICK MW; AFANASIEV BN; BEATY BJ; CARLSON JO
      GENE-EXPRESSION AND REGULATION FROM THE P7 PROMOTER OF AEDES DENSONUCLEOSIS VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    69. ANGELETTI PC; ENGLER JA
      ADENOVIRUS PRETERMINAL PROTEIN BINDS TO THE CAD ENZYME AT ACTIVE-SITES OF VIRAL-DNA REPLICATION ON THE NUCLEAR MATRIX

      Journal of virology
    70. MOFFATT S; YAEGASHI N; TADA K; TANAKA N; SUGAMURA K
      HUMAN PARVOVIRUS B19 NONSTRUCTURAL (NS1) PROTEIN INDUCES APOPTOSIS INERYTHROID LINEAGE CELLS

      Journal of virology
    71. BALLGOODRICH LJ; LELAND SE; JOHNSON EA; PATURZO FX; JACOBY RO
      RAT PARVOVIRUS TYPE-1 - THE PROTOTYPE FOR A NEW RODENT PARVOVIRUS SEROGROUP

      Journal of virology
    72. ESCARMIS C; CARRILLO EC; FERRER M; ARRIAZA JFG; LOPEZ N; TAMI C; VERDAGUER N; DOMINGO E; FRANZEFERNANDEZ MT
      RAPID SELECTION IN MODIFIED BHK-21-CELLS OF A FOOT-AND-MOUTH-DISEASE VIRUS VARIANT SHOWING ALTERATIONS IN CELL TROPISM

      Journal of virology (Print)
    73. COTMORE SF; TATTERSALL P
      HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP-1 2 PROTEINS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR INITIATING ROLLING-CIRCLE-TYPE DNA-REPLICATION AT A PARVOVIRUS HAIRPIN ORIGIN/

      Journal of virology (Print)
    74. RAYET B; LOPEZGUERRERO JA; ROMMELAERE J; DINSART C
      INDUCTION OF PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH BY PARVOVIRUS H-1 IN U937 CELLS - CONNECTION WITH THE TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA SIGNALING PATHWAY

      Journal of virology (Print)
    75. GRAY A; GUILLOU L; ZUFFEREY J; REY F; KURT AM; JICHLINSKI P; LEISINGER HJ; BENHATTAR J
      PERSISTENCE OF PARVOVIRUS B19 DNA IN TESTIS OF PATIENTS WITH TESTICULAR GERM-CELL TUMORS

      Journal of General Virology
    76. Ohshima, T; Iwama, M; Ueno, Y; Sugiyama, F; Nakajima, T; Fukamizu, A; Yagami, K
      Induction of apoptosis in vitro and in vivo by H-1 parvovirus infection

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    77. VASSIAS I; HAZAN U; MICHEL Y; SAWA C; HANDA H; GOUYA L; MORINET F
      REGULATION OF HUMAN B19 PARVOVIRUS PROMOTER EXPRESSION BY HGABP (E4TF1) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. FAISST S; GUITTARD D; BENNER A; CESBRON JY; SCHLEHOFER JR; ROMMELAERE J; DUPRESSOIR T
      DOSE-DEPENDENT REGRESSION OF HELA CELL-DERIVED TUMORS IN SCID MICE AFTER PARVOVIRUS H-1 INFECTION

      International journal of cancer
    79. UENO Y; SUGIYAMA F; SUGIYAMA Y; OHSAWA K; SATO H; YAGAMI K
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF NEWLY RECOGNIZED RAT PARVOVIRUS, RAT ORPHAN PARVOVIRUS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    80. SMITHCARR S; MACINTIRE DK; SWANGO LJ
      CANINE PARVOVIRUS .1. PATHOGENESIS AND VACCINATION

      The Compendium on continuing education for the practicing veterinarian
    81. COTMORE SF; DABRAMO AM; CARBONELL LF; BRATTON J; TATTERSALL P
      THE NS2 POLYPEPTIDE OF PARVOVIRUS MVM IS REQUIRED FOR CAPSID ASSEMBLYIN MURINE CELLS

      Virology
    82. CHRISTENSEN J; COTMORE SF; TATTERSALL P
      PARVOVIRUS INITIATION-FACTOR PIF - A NOVEL HUMAN DNA-BINDING FACTOR WHICH COORDINATELY RECOGNIZES 2 ACGT MOTIFS

      Journal of virology
    83. STORGAARD T; OLEKSIEWICZ M; BLOOM ME; CHING B; ALEXANDERSEN S
      2 PARVOVIRUSES THAT CAUSE DIFFERENT DISEASES IN MINK HAVE DIFFERENT TRANSCRIPTION PATTERNS - TRANSCRIPTION ANALYSIS OF MINK ENTERITIS VIRUSAND ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE PARVOVIRUS THE SAME CELL-LINE

      Journal of virology
    84. WISTUBA A; KERN A; WEGER S; GRIMM D; KLEINSCHMIDT JA
      SUBCELLULAR COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS TYPE-2 ASSEMBLY

      Journal of virology
    85. OLEKSIEWICZ MB; ALEXANDERSEN S
      S-PHASE-DEPENDENT CELL-CYCLE DISTURBANCES CAUSED BY ALEUTIAN MINK DISEASE PARVOVIRUS

      Journal of virology
    86. CHRISTENSEN J; COTMORE SF; TATTERSALL P
      A NOVEL CELLULAR SITE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING PROTEIN COOPERATES WITH THE VIRAL NS1 POLYPEPTIDE TO INITIATE PARVOVIRUS DNA-REPLICATION

      Journal of virology
    87. PARKER JSL; PARRISH CR
      CANINE PARVOVIRUS HOST-RANGE IS DETERMINED BY THE SPECIFIC CONFORMATION OF AN ADDITIONAL REGION OF THE CAPSID

      Journal of virology
    88. PALLIER C; GRECO A; LEJUNTER J; SAIB A; VASSIAS I; MORINET F
      THE 3'-UNTRANSLATED REGION OF THE B19 PARVOVIRUS CAPSID PROTEIN MESSENGER-RNAS INHIBITS ITS OWN MESSENGER-RNA TRANSLATION IN NONPERMISSIVE CELLS

      Journal of virology
    89. BODNAR JW; KILLIAN J; NAGLE M; RAMCHANDANI S
      DECIPHERING THE LANGUAGE OF THE GENOME

      Journal of theoretical biology
    90. SPITZER AL; PARRISH CR; MAXWELL IH
      TROPIC DETERMINANT FOR CANINE PARVOVIRUS AND FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUS FUNCTIONS THROUGH THE CAPSID PROTEIN VP2

      Journal of General Virology
    91. LOPEZGUERRERO JA; RAYET B; TUYNDER M; ROMMELAERE J; DINSART C
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF U937 PROMONOCYTIC CELL CLONES SELECTED FORTHEIR RESISTANCE TO PARVOVIRUS H-1 INFECTION

      Blood
    92. BRANDENBURGER A; RUSSELL S
      A NOVEL PACKAGING SYSTEM FOR THE GENERATION OF HELPER-FREE ONCOLYTIC MVM VECTOR STOCKS

      Gene therapy
    93. MAXWELL IH; SPITZER AL; LONG CJ; MAXWELL F
      AUTONOMOUS PARVOVIRUS TRANSDUCTION OF A GENE UNDER CONTROL OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC OR INDUCIBLE PROMOTERS

      Gene therapy
    94. HICKS KE; CUBEL RCN; COHEN BJ; CLEWLEY JP
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A PARVOVIRUS B19 ISOLATE AND BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION OF THE NONSTRUCTURAL PROTEIN

      Archives of virology
    95. SAIFUDDIN M; FOX JG
      IDENTIFICATION OF A DNA SEGMENT IN FERRET ALEUTIAN DISEASE VIRUS SIMILAR TO A HYPERVARIABLE CAPSID REGION OF MINK ALEUTIAN DISEASE PARVOVIRUS

      Archives of virology
    96. CORSINI J; MAXWELL IH; MAXWELL F; CARLSON JO
      EXPRESSION OF PARVOVIRUS LUIII NS1 FROM A SINDBIS REPLICON FOR PRODUCTION OF LUIII-LUCIFERASE TRANSDUCING VIRUS

      Virus research
    97. AVALOSSE B; DUPONT F; SPEGELAERE P; MINE N; BURNY A
      METHOD FOR CONCENTRATING AND PURIFYING RECOMBINANT AUTONOMOUS PARVOVIRUS VECTORS DESIGNED FOR TUMOR-CELL-TARGETED GENE-THERAPY

      Journal of virological methods
    98. SHAUGHNESSY E; LU D; CHATTERJEE S; WONG KK
      PARVOVIRAL VECTORS FOR THE GENE-THERAPY OF CANCER

      Seminars in oncology
    99. LLMASSAIZ AL; AGBANDJEMCKENNA M; PARKER JSL; WAHID ATM; PARRISH CR; ROSSMANN MG
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF A MUTATION IN CANINE PARVOVIRUS WHICH CONTROLSANTIGENICITY AND HOST-RANGE

      Virology
    100. LIU QQ; ASTELL CR
      A MURINE HOST-CELL FACTOR REQUIRED FOR NICKING OF THE DIMER BRIDGE OFMVM RECOGNIZES 2 CG NUCLEOTIDES DISPLACED BY 10 BASEPAIRS

      Virology


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