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    1. Soros, V; Cochrane, A
      Alterations in HIV-1 Rev transport in response to cell stress

      VIROLOGY
    2. Soros, VB; Carvajal, HV; Richard, S; Cochrane, AW
      Inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Rev function by a dominant-negative mutant of Sam68 through sequestration of unspliced RNA at perinuclear bundles

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Belshan, M; Park, GS; Bilodeau, P; Stoltzfus, CM; Carpenter, S
      Binding of equine infectious anemia virus Rev to an exon splicing enhancermediates alternative splicing and nuclear export of vicar mRNAs

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Swenarchuk, L; Harakidas, P; Cochrane, A
      Regulated expression of HIV-1 Rev function in mammalian cell lines

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    5. BELSHAN M; HARRIS ME; SHOEMAKER AE; HOPE TJ; CARPENTER S
      BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF REV VARIATION IN EQUINE INFECTIOUS-ANEMIA VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    6. FAVARO JP; ARRIGO SJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF REV FUNCTION USING SUBGENOMIC AND GENOMIC CONSTRUCTS IN T-CELL AND COS-CELL

      Virology
    7. DAGOSTINO DM; CIMINALE V; PAVLAKIS GN; CHIECOBIANCHI L
      INTRACELLULAR TRAFFICKING OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN - INVOLVEMENT OF CONTINUED RIBOSOMAL-RNA SYNTHESIS IN NUCLEAR RETENTION

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    8. JENSEN TH; LEFFERS H; KJEMS J
      INTERMOLECULAR BINDING-SITES OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 REV PROTEIN DETERMINED BY PROTEIN FOOTPRINTING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    9. PARDRIDGE WM; BICKEL U; BUCIAK J; YANG J; DIAGNE A; AEPINUS C
      CATIONIZATION OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY TO THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REV PROTEIN ENHANCES CELLULAR UPTAKE BUT DOES NOT IMPAIR ANTIGEN-BINDING OF THE ANTIBODY

      Immunology letters
    10. RICHARD N; IACAMPO S; COCHRANE A
      HIV-1 REV IS CAPABLE OF SHUTTLING BETWEEN THE NUCLEUS AND CYTOPLASM

      Virology
    11. BERCHTOLD S; RIES J; HORNUNG U; AEPINUS C
      EXCHANGE OF FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS BETWEEN REV PROTEINS OF HIV-1 AND SIVMAC239 RESULTS IN A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE PHENOTYPE

      Virology
    12. MADORE SJ; TILEY LS; MALIM MH; CULLEN BR
      SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR REV MULTIMERIZATION IN-VIVO

      Virology
    13. PARDRIDGE WM; BICKEL U; BUCIAK J; YANG J; DIAGNE A
      ENHANCED ENDOCYTOSIS AND ANTI-HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 ACTIVITY OF ANTI-REV ANTIBODIES AFTER CATIONIZATION

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    14. KREUSEL J; AEPINUS C; LANG S; BENINGA J; PRENZEL S; FLECKENSTEIN B
      MOUSE MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES RECOGNIZING THE ACTIVATION DOMAIN OF HIV-1 REV TRANSACTIVATOR

      Molecular and cellular probes
    15. KROHN KJE; HAKKARAINEN K; AAVIK E; DEWHURST S; SADAIE R; MULLINS JI
      TRANSCOMPLEMENTATION OF SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS REV WITH HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-I REX

      Journal of virology


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