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    1. Moss, B; Shisler, JL
      Immunology 101 at poxvirus U: Immune evasion genes

      SEMINARS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Shisler, JL; Moss, B
      Immunology 102 at poxvirus U: Avoiding apoptosis

      SEMINARS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    3. Barrett, JW; Cao, JX; Hota-Mitchell, S; McFadden, G
      Immunomodulatory proteins of myxoma virus

      SEMINARS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Sroller, V; Ludvikova, V; Maresova, L; Hainz, P; Nemeckova, S
      Effect of IFN-gamma receptor gene deletion on vaccinia virus virulence

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    5. Boya, P; Roques, B; Kroemer, G
      Viral and bacterial proteins regulating apoptosis at the mitochondrial level

      EMBO JOURNAL
    6. Everett, H; McFadden, G
      Viruses and apoptosis: Meddling with mitochondria

      VIROLOGY
    7. Hausen, B; Boeke, K; Berry, GJ; Morris, RE
      Viral serine proteinase inhibitor (SERP-1) effectively decreases the incidence of graft vasculopathy in heterotopic heart allografts

      TRANSPLANTATION
    8. Angulo, E
      When DNA research menaces diversity

      NATURE
    9. Najarro, P; Traktman, P; Lewis, JA
      Vaccinia virus blocks gamma interferon signal transduction: Viral VH1 phosphatase reverses Stat1 activation

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Wasilenko, ST; Meyers, AFA; Vander Helm, K; Barry, M
      Vaccinia virus infection disarms the mitochondrion-mediated pathway of theapoptotic cascade by modulating the permeability transition pore

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Brandt, TA; Jacobs, BL
      Both carboxy- and amino-terminal domains of the vaccinia virus interferon resistance gene, E3L, are required for pathogenesis in a mouse model

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    12. Tulman, ER; Afonso, CL; Lu, Z; Zsak, L; Kutish, GF; Rock, DL
      Genome of lumpy skin disease virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    13. Verardi, PH; Jones, LA; Aziz, FH; Ahmad, S; Yilma, TD
      Vaccinia virus vectors with an inactivated gamma interferon receptor homolog gene (B8R) are attenuated in vivo without a concomitant reduction in immunogenicity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    14. Saraiva, M; Alcami, A
      CrmE, a novel soluble tumor necrosis factor receptor encoded by poxviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    15. McFadden, G; Murphy, PM
      Host-related immunomodulators encoded by poxviruses and herpesviruses

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Dietz, M
      Viral cytokines

      STEM CELLS
    17. Sujino, K; Jackson, RJ; Chan, NWC; Tsuji, S; Palcic, MM
      A novel viral alpha 2,3-sialyltransferase (v-ST3Gal I): transfer of sialicacid to fucosylated acceptors

      GLYCOBIOLOGY
    18. Mahalingam, S; Karupiah, G
      Modulation of chemokines by poxvirus infections

      CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY
    19. Xu, XM; Nash, P; McFadden, G
      Myxoma virus expresses a TNF receptor homolog with two distinct functions

      VIRUS GENES
    20. Upton, C
      Screening predicted coding regions in poxvirus genomes

      VIRUS GENES
    21. Chen, NH; Buller, RML; Wall, EM; Upton, C
      Analysis of host response modifier ORFs of ectromelia virus, the causativeagent of mousepox

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    22. Lalani, AS; Barrett, JW; McFadden, G
      Modulating chemokines: more lessons from viruses

      IMMUNOLOGY TODAY
    23. Best, SM; Collins, SV; Kerr, PJ
      Coevolution of host and virus: Cellular localization of virus in myxoma virus infection of resistant and susceptible European rabbits

      VIROLOGY
    24. Bawden, AL; Glassberg, KJ; Diggans, J; Shaw, R; Farmerie, W; Moyer, RW
      Complete genomic sequence of the Amsacta moorei entomopoxvirus: Analysis and comparison with other poxviruses

      VIROLOGY
    25. Turner, PC; Baquero, MT; Yuan, S; Thoennes, SR; Moyer, RW
      The cowpox virus serpin SPI-3 complexes with and inhibits urokinase-type and tissue-type plasminogen activators and plasmin

      VIROLOGY
    26. Best, SM; Kerr, PJ
      Coevolution of host and virus: The pathogenesis of virulent and attenuatedstrains of myxoma virus in resistant and susceptible European rabbits

      VIROLOGY
    27. Price, N; Tscharke, DC; Hollinshead, M; Smith, GL
      Vaccinia virus gene B7R encodes an 18-kDa protein that is resident in the endoplasmic reticulum and affects virus virulence

      VIROLOGY
    28. Hatton, MWC; Ross, B; Southward, SMR; Lucas, A
      Metabolism and distribution of the virus-encoded serine proteinase inhibitor SERP-1 in healthy rabbits

      METABOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
    29. Savory, LJ; Stacker, SA; Fleming, SB; Niven, BE; Mercer, AA
      Viral vascular endothelial growth factor plays a critical role in orf virus infection

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    30. Fachinger, V; Schlapp, T; Strube, W; Schmeer, N; Saalmuller, A
      Poxvirus-induced immunostimulating effects on porcine leukocytes

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    31. Van Berkel, V; Barrett, J; Tiffany, HL; Fremont, DH; Murphy, PM; McFadden, G; Speck, SH; Virgin, HW
      Identification of a gammaherpesvirus selective chemokine binding protein that inhibits chemokine action

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    32. Born, TL; Morrison, LA; Esteban, DJ; VandenBos, T; Thebeau, LG; Chen, NH; Spriggs, MK; Sims, JE; Buller, RML
      A poxvirus protein that binds to and inactivates IL-18, and inhibits NK cell response

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    33. Brick, DJ; Burke, RD; Minkley, AA; Upton, C
      Ectromelia virus virulence factor p28 acts upstream of caspase-3 in response to UV light-induced apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    34. Liu, LY; Lalani, A; Dai, EB; Seet, B; Macauley, C; Singh, R; Fan, L; McFadden, G; Lucas, A
      The viral anti-inflammatory chemokine-binding protein M-T7 reduces intimalhyperplasia after vascular injury

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    35. Courchamp, F; Cornell, SJ
      Virus-vectored immunocontraception to control feral cats on islands: a mathematical model

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    36. Hood, GM; Chesson, P; Pech, RP
      Biological control using sterilizing viruses: host suppression and competition between viruses in nonspatial models

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    37. Nash, P; McFadden, G; Whitty, A
      Application of linear free energy relationships to the serpin-proteinase inhibition mechanism

      FEBS LETTERS
    38. Fachinger, V; Schlapp, T; Saalmuller, A
      Evidence for a parapox ovis virus-associated superantigen

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    39. da Fonseca, FG; Silva, RLA; Marques, JT; Ferreira, PCP; Kroon, EG
      The genome of cowpox virus contains a gene related to those encoding the epidermal growth factor, transforming growth factor alpha and vaccinia growth factor

      VIRUS GENES
    40. Turner, S; Kenshole, B; Ruby, J
      Viral modulation of the host response via crmA/SPI-2 expression

      IMMUNOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    41. Smith, GL; Symons, JA; Alcami, A
      Immune modulation by proteins secreted from cells infected by vaccinia virus

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    42. Shisler, JL; Isaacs, SN; Moss, B
      Vaccinia virus serpin-1 deletion mutant exhibits a host range defect characterized by low levels of intermediate and late mRNAs

      VIROLOGY
    43. Lalani, AS; Masters, J; Zeng, W; Barrett, J; Pannu, R; Everett, H; Arendt, CW; McFadden, G
      Use of chemokine receptors by poxviruses

      SCIENCE
    44. Safronov, PF; Totmenin, AV; Ryazankina, OI; Shchelkunov, SN
      Structural-functional organization of cowpox virus genome, strain GRI-90. 3. Functions of the species-specific left-hand region

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    45. Robinson, AJ; Muller, WJ; Braid, AL; Kerr, PJ
      The effect of buprenorphine on the course of disease in laboratory rabbitsinfected with myxoma virus

      LABORATORY ANIMALS
    46. MCFADDEN G; LALANI A; EVERETT H; NASH P; XU X
      VIRUS-ENCODED RECEPTORS FOR CYTOKINES AND CHEMOKINES

      Seminars in cell & developmental biology
    47. Smith, GL; Symons, JA; Alcami, A
      Poxviruses: Interfering with interferon

      SEMINARS IN VIROLOGY
    48. Alcami, A; Symons, JA; Khanna, A; Smith, GL
      Poxviruses: Capturing cytokines and chemokines

      SEMINARS IN VIROLOGY
    49. PAULOSE M; BENNETT BL; MANNING AM; ESSANI K
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF TNF-ALPHA INDUCED CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE GENE-EXPRESSION BY TANAPOX VIRUS

      Microbial pathogenesis
    50. FONSECA FG; LANNA MCS; CAMPOS MAS; KITAJIMA EW; PERES JN; GOLGHER RR; FERREIRA PCP; KROON EG
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE POXVIRUS BEAN-58058

      Archives of virology
    51. Bottomley, SP; Stone, SR
      Protein engineering of chimeric Serpins: an investigation into effects of the serpin scaffold and reactive centre loop length

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    52. TZAHAR E; MOYER JD; WATERMAN H; BARBACCI EG; BAO J; LEVKOWITZ G; SHELLY M; STRANO S; PINKASKRAMARSKI R; PIERCE JH; ANDREWS GC; YARDEN Y
      PATHOGENIC POXVIRUSES REVEAL VIRAL STRATEGIES TO EXPLOIT THE ERBB SIGNALING NETWORK

      EMBO journal (Print)
    53. KERR PJ; BEST SM
      MYXOMA VIRUS IN RABBITS

      Revue scientifique et technique - Office international des epizooties
    54. SEOW HF
      PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS WITH CYTOKINES AND HOST-DEFENSE - AN OVERVIEW

      Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
    55. LALANI AS; NESS TL; SINGH R; HARRISON JK; SEET BT; KELVIN DJ; MCFADDEN G; MOYER RW
      FUNCTIONAL COMPARISONS AMONG MEMBERS OF THE POXVIRUS T1 35KDA FAMILY OF SOLUBLE CC-CHEMOKINE INHIBITOR GLYCOPROTEINS/

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    56. BRICK DJ; BURKE RD; SCHIFF L; UPTON C
      SHOPE FIBROMA VIRUS RING FINGER PROTEIN N1R BINDS DNA AND INHIBITS APOPTOSIS

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    57. SHCHELKUNOV SN; SAFRONOV PF; TOTMENIN AV; PETROV NA; RYAZANKINA OI; GUTOROV VV; KOTWAL GJ
      THE GENOMIC SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF THE LEFT AND RIGHT SPECIES-SPECIFIC TERMINAL REGION OF A COWPOX VIRUS-STRAIN REVEALS UNIQUE SEQUENCES AND A CLUSTER OF INTACT ORFS FOR IMMUNOMODULATORY AND HOST-RANGE PROTEINS

      Virology
    58. ALCAMI A; SYMONS JA; COLLINS PD; WILLIAMS TJ; SMITH GL
      BLOCKADE OF CHEMOKINE ACTIVITY BY A SOLUBLE CHEMOKINE BINDING-PROTEINFROM VACCINIA VIRUS

      The Journal of immunology
    59. NIEMIALTOWSKI MG; TOKA FN; MALICKA E; DEFAUNDEZ IS; GIERYNSKA M; SCHOLLENBERGER A
      ORTHOPOXVIRUSES AND THEIR IMMUNE ESCAPE

      Reviews in medical virology
    60. LALANI AS; MCFADDEN G
      SECRETED POXVIRUS CHEMOKINE BINDING-PROTEINS

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    61. KOTWAL GJ
      MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    62. SMITH CA; SMITH TD; SMOLAK PJ; FRIEND D; HAGEN H; GERHART M; PARK L; PICKUP DJ; TORRANCE D; MOHLER K; SCHOOLEY K; GOODWIN RG
      POXVIRUS GENOMES ENCODE A SECRETED, SOLUBLE-PROTEIN THAT PREFERENTIALLY INHIBITS BETA-CHEMOKINE ACTIVITY YET LACKS SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY TO KNOWN CHEMOKINE RECEPTORS

      Virology
    63. GRAHAM KA; LALANI AS; MACEN JL; NESS TL; BARRY M; LIU LY; LUCAS A; CLARKLEWIS A; MOYER RW; MCFADDEN G
      THE T1 35KDA FAMILY OF POXVIRUS-SECRETED PROTEINS BIND CHEMOKINES ANDMODULATE LEUKOCYTE INFLUX INTO VIRUS-INFECTED TISSUES/

      Virology
    64. PETIT F; BERTAGNOLI S; BOUCRAUTBARALON C
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN POXVIRUSES AND THEIR HOSTS

      Revue de Medecine Veterinaire
    65. BARRY M; MCFADDEN G
      VIRUS-ENCODED CYTOKINES AND CYTOKINE RECEPTORS

      Parasitology
    66. VIRGIN HW; LATREILLE P; WAMSLEY P; HALLSWORTH K; WECK KE; DALCANTO AJ; SPECK SH
      COMPLETE SEQUENCE AND GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF MURINE GAMMAHERPESVIRUS-68

      Journal of virology
    67. MCFADDEN G; KELVIN D
      NEW STRATEGIES FOR CHEMOKINE INHIBITION AND MODULATION - YOU TAKE THEHIGH ROAD AND ILL TAKE THE LOW ROAD

      Biochemical pharmacology
    68. BOTTOMLEY SP; CHANG WSW
      THE EFFECTS OF REACTIVE CENTER LOOP LENGTH UPON SERPIN POLYMERIZATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    69. EVANS CH
      CYTOKINES AND VIRAL ANTI-IMMUNE GENES

      Stem cells
    70. SMITH GL
      VIRUS PROTEINS THAT BIND CYTOKINES, CHEMOKINES OR INTERFERONS

      Current opinion in immunology
    71. GUIDOTTI LG; CHISARI FV
      TO KILL OR TO CURE - OPTIONS IN HOST-DEFENSE AGAINST VIRAL-INFECTION

      Current opinion in immunology
    72. SEDGER L; MCFADDEN G
      M-T2 - A POXVIRUS TNF RECEPTOR HOMOLOG WITH DUAL ACTIVITIES

      Immunology and cell biology
    73. PETIT F; BOUCRAUTBARALON C; PY R; BERTAGNOLI S
      ANALYSIS OF MYXOMA VIRUS GENOME USING PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS

      Veterinary microbiology
    74. MAKSYMOWYCH WP; NATION N; NASH P; MACEN J; LUCAS A; MCFADDEN G; RUSSELL AS
      AMELIORATION OF ANTIGEN-INDUCED ARTHRITIS IN RABBITS TREATED WITH A SECRETED VIRAL SERINE PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR

      Journal of rheumatology
    75. ALCAMI A; SMITH GL
      SOLUBLE INTERFERON-GAMMA RECEPTORS ENCODED BY POXVIRUSES

      Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases
    76. SMITH CA; HU FQ; SMITH TD; RICHARDS CL; SMOLAK P; GOODWIN RG; PICKUP DJ
      COWPOX VIRUS GENOME ENCODES A 2ND SOLUBLE HOMOLOG OF CELLULAR TNF RECEPTORS, DISTINCT FROM CRMB, THAT BINDS TNF BUT NOT LT-ALPHA

      Virology
    77. MASSUNG RF; LOPAREV VN; KNIGHT JC; TOTMENIN AV; CHIZHIKOV VE; PARSONS JM; SAFRONOV PF; GUTOROV VV; SHCHELKUNOV SN; ESPOSITO JJ
      TERMINAL REGION SEQUENCE VARIATIONS IN VARIOLA VIRUS-DNA

      Virology
    78. MCFADDEN G; GRAHAM K; BARRY M
      NEW STRATEGIES OF IMMUNE MODULATION BY DNA VIRUSES

      Transplantation proceedings
    79. LUCAS A; LIU LY; MACEN J; NASH P; DAI E; STEWART M; GRAHAM K; ETCHES W; BOSHKOV L; NATION PN; HUMEN D; HOBMAN ML; MCFADDEN G
      VIRUS-ENCODED SERINE PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR SERP-1 INHIBITS ATHEROSCLEROTIC PLAQUE DEVELOPMENT AFTER BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY

      Circulation
    80. KERR PJ; JACKSON RJ
      MYXOMA VIRUS AS A VACCINE VECTOR FOR RABBITS - ANTIBODY-LEVELS TO INFLUENZA-VIRUS HEMAGGLUTININ PRESENTED BY A RECOMBINANT MYXOMA VIRUS

      Vaccine
    81. ALCAMI A; SMITH GL
      CYTOKINE RECEPTORS ENCODED BY POXVIRUSES - A LESSON IN CYTOKINE BIOLOGY

      Immunology today
    82. SYMONS JA; ALCAMI A; SMITH GL
      VACCINIA VIRUS ENCODES A SOLUBLE TYPE-I INTERFERON RECEPTOR OF NOVEL STRUCTURE AND BROAD SPECIES-SPECIFICITY

      Cell
    83. CAO JX; GERSHON PD; BLACK DN
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF HINDIII Q2 FRAGMENT OF CAPRIPOXVIRUS REVEALS A PUTATIVE GENE ENCODING A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR HOMOLOG

      Virology
    84. MOSSMAN K; UPTON C; BULLER RML; MCFADDEN G
      SPECIES-SPECIFICITY OF ECTROMELIA VIRUS AND VACCINIA VIRUS INTERFERON-GAMMA BINDING-PROTEINS

      Virology
    85. KETTLE S; BLAKE NW; LAW KM; SMITH GL
      VACCINIA VIRUS SERPINS B13R (SPI-2) AND B22R (SPI-1) ENCODE M(R) 38.5K AND 40K, INTRACELLULAR POLYPEPTIDES THAT DO NOT AFFECT VIRUS VIRULENCE IN A MURINE INTRANASAL MODEL

      Virology
    86. MARTINEZPOMARES L; THOMPSON JP; MOYER RW
      MAPPING AND INVESTIGATION OF THE ROLE IN PATHOGENESIS OF THE MAJOR UNIQUE SECRETED 35-KDA PROTEIN OF RABBITPOX VIRUS

      Virology
    87. ALCAMI A; SMITH GL
      VACCINIA, COWPOX, AND CAMELPOX VIRUSES ENCODE SOLUBLE GAMMA-INTERFERON RECEPTORS WITH NOVEL BROAD SPECIES-SPECIFICITY

      Journal of virology
    88. TURNER PC; MOYER RW
      ORTHOPOXVIRUS FUSION INHIBITOR GLYCOPROTEIN SPI-3 (OPEN READING FRAMEK2L) CONTAINS MOTIFS CHARACTERISTIC OF SERINE PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR CONTROL OF CELL-FUSION

      Journal of virology
    89. COLAMONICI OR; DOMANSKI P; SWEITZER SM; LARNER A; BULLER RML
      VACCINIA VIRUS B18R GENE ENCODES A TYPE-I INTERFERON-BINDING PROTEIN THAT BLOCKS INTERFERON-ALPHA TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. HOLLAND MK; JACKSON RJ
      VIRUS-VECTORED IMMUNOCONTRACEPTION FOR CONTROL OF WILD RABBITS - IDENTIFICATION OF TARGET ANTIGENS AND CONSTRUCTION OF RECOMBINANT VIRUSES

      Reproduction, fertility and development
    91. TYNDALEBISCOE CH
      VIRUS-VECTORED IMMUNOCONTRACEPTION OF FERAL MAMMALS

      Reproduction, fertility and development
    92. SPRIGGS MK
      CYTOKINE AND CYTOKINE RECEPTOR GENES CAPTURED BY VIRUSES

      Current opinion in immunology
    93. LIDBURY BA
      WAS EXPOSURE TO DIRECTLY ANTIVIRAL CYTOKINES DURING PRIMARY INFECTIONAN IMPORTANT SELECTIVE PRESSURE IN THE EVOLUTION OF UNIQUE IMMUNE EVASION STRATEGIES BY VIRUSES

      Immunology and cell biology
    94. SHCHELKUNOV SN; RESENCHUK SM; TOTMENIN AV; BLINOV VM; SANDAKHCHIEV LS
      ANALYSIS OF THE NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF 48 KBP OF THE VARIOLA MAJOR VIRUS-STRAIN INDIA-1967 LOCATED ON THE RIGHT TERMINUS OF THE CONSERVATIVE GENOME REGION

      Virus research
    95. AHUJA SK; GAO JL; MURPHY PM
      CHEMOKINE RECEPTORS AND MOLECULAR MIMICRY

      Immunology today
    96. MURPHY PM
      VIRAL IMITATIONS OF HOST-DEFENSE PROTEINS - FLATTERY THAT TURNS TO BATTERY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    97. SHCHELKUNOV SN; RESENCHUK SM; TOTMENIN AV; KOLYKHALOV AA; FROLOV IV; DRYGA SM; VOLCHKOV VV; CHIZHIKOV VE; GUTOROV VV; BLINOV VM; SANDAKHCHIEV LS
      STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF SMALLPOX VIRUS GENOME .3. SEQUENCING AND NUCLEOTIDE ANALYSIS OF A CONSERVATIVE REGION OF HINDIII FRAGMENT-F, FRAGMENT-N, AND FRAGMENT-A OF STRAIN INDIA-1967

      Molecular biology
    98. PALUMBO GJ; BULLER RM; GLASGOW WC
      MULTIGENIC EVASION OF INFLAMMATION BY POXVIRUSES

      Journal of virology
    99. BRODBECK RM; BROWN JL
      STUDY OF THE ROLES OF PROLINE-391 AND A HIGHLY CONSERVED SEQUENCE IN THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGION OF MEMBERS OF THE SERPIN FAMILY IN THE SECRETION OF ALPHA-1-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. WATANABE T; SHINTANI A; NAKATA M; SHING Y; FOLKMAN J; IGARASHI K; SASADA R
      RECOMBINANT HUMAN BETACELLULIN - MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE, BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES, AND RECEPTOR INTERACTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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