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

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    2. Parker, JSL; Murphy, WJ; Wang, D; O'Brien, SJ; Parrish, CR
      Canine and feline parvoviruses can use human or feline transferrin receptors to bind, enter, and infect cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Battilani, M; Scagliarini, A; Tisato, E; Turilli, C; Jacoboni, I; Casadio, R; Prosperi, S
      Analysis of canine parvovirus sequences from wolves and dogs isolated in Italy

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    4. Buonavoglia, C; Martella, V; Pratelli, A; Tempesta, M; Cavalli, A; Buonavoglia, D; Bozzo, G; Elia, G; Decaro, N; Carmichael, L
      Evidence for evolution of canine parvovirus type 2 in Italy

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    5. Yuan, W; Parrish, CR
      Comparison of two single-chain antibodies that neutralize canine parvovirus: Analysis of an antibody-combining site and mechanisms of neutralization

      VIROLOGY
    6. Hernando, E; Llamas-Saiz, AL; Foces-Foces, C; McKenna, R; Portman, I; Agbandje-McKenna, M; Almendral, JM
      Biochemical and physical characterization of parvovirus minute virus of mice virus-like particles

      VIROLOGY
    7. Parker, JSL; Parrish, CR
      Cellular uptake and infection by canine parvovirus involves rapid dynamin-regulated clathrin-mediated endocytosis, followed by slower intracellular trafficking

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Caston, JR; Belnap, DM; Steven, AC; Trus, BL
      A strategy for determining the orientations of refractory particles for reconstruction from cryo-electron micrographs with particular reference to round, smooth-surfaced, icosahedral viruses

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    9. Casal, JI; Rueda, P; Hurtado, A
      Parvovirus-like particles as vaccine vectors

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    10. Parrish, CR
      Host range relationships and the evolution of canine parvovirus

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Truyen, U
      Emergence and recent evolution of canine parvovirus

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Rueda, P; Hurtado, A; del Barrio, M; Martinez-Torrecuadrada, JL; Kamstrup, S; Leclerc, C; Casal, JI
      Minor displacements in the insertion site provoke major differences in theinduction of antibody responses by chimeric parvovirus-like particles

      VIROLOGY
    13. 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
    14. AGBANDJEMCKENNA M; LLAMASSAIZ AL; WANG F; TATTERSALL P; ROSSMANN MG
      FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE MURINE PARVOVIRUS, MINUTE VIRUS OF MICE

      Structure
    15. TRUYEN U; MULLER T; HEIDRICH R; TACKMANN K; CARMICHAEL LE
      SURVEY ON VIRAL PATHOGENS IN WILD RED FOXES (VULPES-VULPES) IN GERMANY WITH EMPHASIS ON PARVOVIRUSES AND ANALYSIS OF A DNA-SEQUENCE FROM A RED FOX PARVOVIRUS

      Epidemiology and infection
    16. LEE SY; KUHN RJ; ROSSMANN MG
      PROBING THE POTENTIAL GLYCOPROTEIN BINDING-SITE OF SINDBIS VIRUS CAPSID PROTEIN WITH DIOXANE AND MODEL-BUILDING

      Proteins
    17. HORIUCHI M; YAMAGUCHI Y; GOJOBORI T; MOCHIZUKI M; NAGASAWA H; TOYODA Y; ISHIGURO N; SHINAGAWA M
      DIFFERENCES IN THE EVOLUTIONARY PATTERN OF FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUSAND CANINE PARVOVIRUS

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

      Virology
    19. Conway, JF; Cheng, N; Zlotnick, A; Stahl, SJ; Wingfield, PT; Steven, AC
      Localization of the N terminus of hepatitis B virus capsid protein by peptide-based difference mapping from cryoelectron microscopy

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    20. CONWAY JF; CHENG N; ZLOTNICK A; STAHL SJ; WINGFIELD PT; BELNAP DM; KANNGIESSER U; NOAH M; STEVEN AC
      HEPATITIS-B VIRUS CAPSID - LOCALIZATION OF THE PUTATIVE IMMUNODOMINANT LOOP (RESIDUE-78 TO RESIDUE-83) ON THE CAPSID SURFACE, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN C-ANTIGENS AND E-ANTIGENS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    21. TRUYEN U; GEISSLER K; PARRISH CR; HERMANNS W; SIEGL G
      NO EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE OF MODIFIED-LIVE VIRUS-VACCINES IN THE EMERGENCE OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    22. CHAPMAN MS
      WATCHING ONES PS AND QS - PROMISCUITY, PLASTICITY, AND QUASIEQUIVALENCE IN A T = 1 VIRUS

      Biophysical journal
    23. PREVISANI N; FONTANA S; HIRT B; BEARD P
      GROWTH OF THE PARVOVIRUS MINUTE VIRUS OF MICE MVMP3 IN EL4 LYMPHOCYTES IS RESTRICTED AFTER CELL ENTRY AND BEFORE VIRAL-DNA AMPLIFICATION - CELL-SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN VIRUS UNCOATING IN-VITRO

      Journal of virology
    24. LEE S; OWEN KE; CHOI HK; LEE H; LU GG; WENGLER G; BROWN DT; ROSSMANN MG; KUHN RJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PROTEIN-BINDING SITE ON THE SURFACE OF THE ALPHAVIRUS NUCLEOCAPSID AND ITS IMPLICATION IN VIRUS ASSEMBLY

      Structure
    25. MOCHIZUKI M; HORIUCHI M; HIRAGI H; SANGABRIEL MC; YASUDA N; UNO T
      ISOLATION OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS FROM A CAT MANIFESTING CLINICAL SIGNS OF FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    26. 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
    27. TRUYEN U; EVERMANN JF; VIELER E; PARRISH CR
      EVOLUTION OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS INVOLVED LOSS AND GAIN OF FELINE HOST-RANGE

      Virology
    28. HURTADO A; RUEDA P; NOWICKY J; SARRASECA J; CASAL JI
      IDENTIFICATION OF DOMAINS IN CANINE PARVOVIRUS VP2 ESSENTIAL FOR THE ASSEMBLY OF VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES

      Journal of virology
    29. SPITZER AL; MAXWELL F; CORSINI J; MAXWELL IH
      SPECIES-SPECIFICITY FOR TRANSDUCTION OF CULTURED-CELLS BY A RECOMBINANT LUIII RODENT PARVOVIRUS GENOME ENCAPSIDATED BY CANINE PARVOVIRUS ORFELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUS

      Journal of General Virology
    30. BESSELSEN DG; PINTEL DJ; PURDY GA; BESCHWILLIFORD CL; FRANKLIN CL; HOOK RR; RILEY LK
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NEWLY RECOGNIZED RODENT PARVOVIRUSES

      Journal of General Virology
    31. AGBANDJE M; PARRISH CR; ROSSMANN MG
      THE STRUCTURE OF PARVOVIRUSES

      Seminars in virology
    32. TRUYEN U; PARRISH CR
      THE EVOLUTION AND CONTROL OF PARVOVIRUS HOST RANGES

      Seminars in virology
    33. TIJSSEN P; BERGERON J; DUBUC R; HEBERT B
      MINOR GENETIC CHANGES AMONG PORCINE PARVOVIRUS GROUPS ARE RESPONSIBLEFOR MAJOR DISTINGUISHING BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES

      Seminars in virology
    34. PARRISH CR
      PATHOGENESIS OF FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUS AND CANINE PARVOVIRUS

      Bailliere's clinical haematology
    35. TRUYEN U; PARRISH CR; HARDER TC; KAADEN OR
      THERE IS NOTHING PERMANENT EXCEPT CHANGE - THE EMERGENCE OF NEW VIRUSDISEASES

      Veterinary microbiology
    36. TRUYEN U; GRUENBERG A; CHANG SF; OBERMAIER B; VEIJALAINEN P; PARRISH CR
      EVOLUTION OF THE FELINE-SUBGROUP PARVOVIRUSES AND THE CONTROL OF CANINE HOST-RANGE IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    37. CASAL JI; LANGEVELD JPM; CORTES E; SCHAAPER WWM; VANDIJK E; VELA C; KAMSTRUP S; MELOEN RH
      PEPTIDE VACCINE AGAINST CANINE PARVOVIRUS - IDENTIFICATION OF 2 NEUTRALIZATION SUBSITES IN THE N-TERMINUS OF VP2 AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE

      Journal of virology
    38. PARRISH CR
      THE EMERGENCE AND EVOLUTION OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS - AN EXAMPLE OF RECENT HOST-RANGE MUTATION

      Seminars in virology
    39. LANGEVELD JPM; CASAL JI; CORTES E; VANDEWETERING G; BOSHUIZEN RS; SCHAAPER WMM; DALSGAARD K; MELOEN RH
      EFFECTIVE INDUCTION OF NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES WITH THE AMINO-TERMINUS OF VP2 OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS AS A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE

      Vaccine
    40. BARBIS DP; PARRISH CR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS (CPV) INTERACTIONS WITH 3201-T-CELLS - INVOLVEMENT OF GPI-ANCHORED PROTEIN(S) IN BINDING AND INFECTION

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    41. BASAK S; TURNER H; PARR S
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 40-KDA TO 42-KDA ATTACHMENT POLYPEPTIDE FOR CANINE PARVOVIRUS IN A72 CELLS

      Virology
    42. TRUYEN U; AGBANDJE M; PARRISH CR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FELINE HOST-RANGE AND A SPECIFIC EPITOPE OF FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUS

      Virology
    43. NEWCOMB WW; TRUS BL; BOOY FP; STEVEN AC; WALL JS; BROWN JC
      STRUCTURE OF THE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS CAPSID - MOLECULAR COMPOSITION OF THE PENTONS AND THE TRIPLEXES

      Journal of Molecular Biology


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