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    1. Abe, T; Mizuta, T; Hatta, T; Miyano-Kurosaki, N; Fujiwara, M; Takai, K; Shigeta, S; Yokota, T; Takaku, H
      Antisense therapy of influenza

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
    2. Bugert, JJ; Melquiot, N; Kehm, R
      Molluscum contagiosum virus expresses late genes in primary human fibroblasts but does not produce infectious progeny

      VIRUS GENES
    3. Li, ML; Rao, P; Krug, RM
      The active sites of the influenza cap-dependent endonuclease are on different polymerase subunits

      EMBO JOURNAL
    4. Snow, M; Cunningham, CO
      Characterisation of the putative nucleoprotein gene of infectious salmon anaemia virus (ISAV)

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    5. Stubenrauch, F; Zobel, T; Iftner, T
      The E8 domain confers a novel long-distance transcriptional repression activity on the E8-over-cap-E2C protein of high-risk human papillomavirus type31

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Terhune, SS; Hubert, WG; Thomas, JT; Laimins, LA
      Early polyadenylation signals of human papillomavirus type 31 negatively regulate capsid gene expression

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Harmon, SB; Megaw, AG; Wertz, GW
      RNA sequences involved in transcriptional termination of respiratory syncytial virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    8. Takimoto, T; Bousse, T; Portner, A
      Molecular cloning and expression of human parainfluenza virus type 1 L gene

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    9. Butera, ST
      Therapeutic targeting of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 latency: current clinical realities and future scientific possibilities

      ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH
    10. Latner, DR; Xiang, Y; Lewis, JI; Condit, J; Condit, RC
      The vaccinia virus bifunctional gene J3 (nucleoside-2 '-O-)-methyltransferase and poly(A) polymerase stimulatory factor is implicated as a positive transcription elongation factor by two genetic approaches

      VIROLOGY
    11. Lackner, CA; Condit, RC
      Vaccinia virus gene A18R DNA helicase is a transcript release factor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Knopf, CW
      Molecular mechanisms of replication of herpes simplex virus 1

      ACTA VIROLOGICA
    13. Seto, T; Ayata, M; Hayashi, K; Furukawa, K; Murata, R; Ogura, H
      Different transcriptional expression of the matrix gene of the two siblingviruses of the subacute sclerosing panencephalitis virus (Osaka-2 strain) isolated from a biopsy specimen of patient brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROVIROLOGY
    14. Weber, F; Gruber, S; Haller, O; Kochs, G
      PB2 polymerase subunit of Thogoto virus (Orthomyxoviridae family)

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    15. Elton, D; Medcalf, E; Bishop, K; Digard, P
      Oligomerization of the influenza virus nucleoprotein: Identification of positive and negative sequence elements

      VIROLOGY
    16. Krossoy, B; Hordvik, I; Nilsen, F; Nylund, A; Endresen, C
      The putative polymerase sequence of infectious salmon anemia virus suggests a new genus within the Orthomyxoviridae

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    17. Alloul, N; Sherman, L
      Transcription-modulatory activities of differentially spliced cDNAs encoding the E2 protein of human papillomavirus type 16

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    18. BLACK EP; MOUSSATCHE N; CONDIT RC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INTERACTIONS AMONG VACCINIA VIRUS TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS G2R, A18R, AND H5R

      Virology
    19. XIANG Y; SIMPSON DA; SPIEGEL J; ZHOU AM; SILVERMAN RH; CONDIT RC
      THE VACCINIA VIRUS A18R DNA HELICASE IS A POSTREPLICATIVE NEGATIVE TRANSCRIPTION ELONGATION-FACTOR

      Journal of virology
    20. AMALFITANO A; CHAMBERIAIN JS
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PACKAGING CELL-LINES THAT COEXPRESSTHE ADENOVIRUS E1, DNA-POLYMERASE, AND PRETERMINAL PROTEINS - IMPLICATIONS FOR GENE-THERAPY

      Gene therapy
    21. KLUMPP K; RUIGROK RWH; BAUDIN F
      ROLES OF THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS POLYMERASE AND NUCLEOPROTEIN IN FORMING A FUNCTIONAL RNP STRUCTURE

      EMBO journal
    22. PARKIN NT; CHIU P; COELINGH K
      GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED LIVE ATTENUATED INFLUENZA-A VIRUS-VACCINE CANDIDATES

      Journal of virology
    23. CIANCI C; CHUNG TDY; MEANWELL N; PUTZ H; HAGEN M; COLONNO RJ; KRYSTAL M
      IDENTIFICATION OF N-HYDROXAMIC ACID AND N-HYDROXYIMIDE COMPOUNDS THATINHIBIT THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS POLYMERASE

      Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
    24. ITO Y; NISHIZONO A; MANNEN K; HIRAMATSU K; MIFUNE K
      RABIES VIRUS-M PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND ITS REGULATORY ROLE IN VIRION-ASSOCIATED TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY

      Archives of virology
    25. HERLOCHER ML; CLAVO AC; MAASSAB HF
      SEQUENCE COMPARISONS OF A AA/6/60 INFLUENZA-VIRUSES - MUTATIONS WHICHMAY CONTRIBUTE TO ATTENUATION/

      Virus research
    26. TOMASSINI JE; DAVIES ME; HASTINGS JC; LINGHAM R; MOJENA M; RAGHOOBAR SL; SINGH SB; TKACZ JS; GOETZ MA
      A NOVEL ANTIVIRAL AGENT WHICH INHIBITS THE ENDONUCLEASE OF INFLUENZA-VIRUSES

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    27. HASTINGS JC; SELNICK H; WOLANSKI B; TOMASSINI JE
      ANTIINFLUENZA VIRUS ACTIVITIES OF 4-SUBSTITUTED 2,4-DIOXOBUTANOIC ACID INHIBITORS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    28. ALCAMI J; DELERA TL; FOLGUEIRA L; PEDRAZA MA; JACQUE JM; BACHELERIE F; NORIEGA AR; HAY RT; HARRICH D; GAYNOR RB; VIRELIZIER JL; ARENZANASEISDEDOS F
      ABSOLUTE DEPENDENCE ON KAPPA-B RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS FOR INITIATION ANDTAT-MEDIATED AMPLIFICATION OF HIV TRANSCRIPTION IN BLOOD CD4 T-LYMPHOCYTES

      EMBO journal
    29. KAMMER C; DOERFLER W
      GENOMIC SEQUENCING REVEALS ABSENCE OF DNA METHYLATION IN THE MAJOR LATE PROMOTER OF ADENOVIRUS TYPE-2 DNA IN THE VIRION AND IN PRODUCTIVELYINFECTED-CELLS

      FEBS letters
    30. TOMASSINI J; SELNICK H; DAVIES ME; ARMSTRONG ME; BALDWIN J; BOURGEOIS M; HASTINGS J; HAZUDA D; LEWIS J; MCCLEMENTS W; PONTICELLO G; RADZILOWSKI E; SMITH G; TEBBEN A; WOLFE A
      INHIBITION OF CAP (M(7)GPPPXM)-DEPENDENT ENDONUCLEASE OF INFLUENZA-VIRUS BY 4-SUBSTITUTED 2,4-DIOXOBUTANOIC ACID COMPOUNDS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    31. FODOR E; PRITLOVE DC; BROWNLEE GG
      THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS PANHANDLE IS INVOLVED IN THE INITIATION OF TRANSCRIPTION

      Journal of virology
    32. SUN W; HUANG LP; WAGNER RR
      COMMON DISTRIBUTION OF ANTIGENIC DETERMINANTS AND COMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITY ON MATRIX PROTEINS OF 2 VESICULAR STOMATITIS-VIRUS SEROTYPES

      Journal of General Virology
    33. STRANDEN AM; STAEHELI P; PAVLOVIC J
      FUNCTION OF THE MOUSE MX1 PROTEIN IS INHIBITED BY OVEREXPRESSION OF THE PB2 PROTEIN OF INFLUENZA-VIRUS

      Virology
    34. SPECTOR DJ; PARKS CL; KNITTLE RA
      A MULTICOMPONENT CIS-ACTIVATOR OF TRANSCRIPTION OF THE E1B GENE OF ADENOVIRUS TYPE-5

      Virology


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