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Influenza Virus

Influenza Virus Nucleoprotein Interacts with Influenza Virus Polymerase Proteins

Influenza Virus Nucleoprotein Interacts with Influenza Virus Polymerase Proteins

... Although NP is critically required for switching vRNA syn- thesis from transcription to replication, the function of NP in replication of vRNA remains unclear. So far, two mechanisms have been postulated for the role of ...

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Influenza Virus Reservoirs and Intermediate Hosts: Dogs, Horses, and New Possibilities for Influenza Virus Exposure of Humans

Influenza Virus Reservoirs and Intermediate Hosts: Dogs, Horses, and New Possibilities for Influenza Virus Exposure of Humans

... vian influenza viruses (IAVs) frequently spill over from their reservoirs in aquatic birds and infect humans but are gener- ally poorly transmissible ...avian influenza viruses among nonhu- man mammals, ...

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Influenza virus vectors: stability of generated recombinant virus

Influenza virus vectors: stability of generated recombinant virus

... helper virus and was passaged successfully several ...helper virus after further passages ...recombinant influenza virus expressing the HPV16 oncogene was generated using the plasmid reverse ...

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Influenza virus-specific antibody-secreting cells in the murine lung during primary influenza virus infection.

Influenza virus-specific antibody-secreting cells in the murine lung during primary influenza virus infection.

... The proposition that these cells may arise from influenza virus-specific B-cell precursors in the lungs is directly supported by two findings in this study: i the generation of cells sec[r] ...

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Influenza Virus Assembly: Effect of Influenza Virus Glycoproteins on the Membrane Association of M1 Protein

Influenza Virus Assembly: Effect of Influenza Virus Glycoproteins on the Membrane Association of M1 Protein

... Influenza virus matrix protein (M1), a critical protein required for virus assembly and budding, is presumed to interact with viral glycoproteins on the outer side and viral ribonucleoprotein on the ...

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Association of influenza virus NP and M1 proteins with cellular cytoskeletal elements in influenza virus-infected cells.

Association of influenza virus NP and M1 proteins with cellular cytoskeletal elements in influenza virus-infected cells.

... simian virus 40 (24) have been shown to interact with cytoskeletal elements in virus-infected ...both influenza virus M1 and NP became TX-100 resistant and appeared to associate with ...

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Tools to Detect Influenza Virus

Tools to Detect Influenza Virus

... Influenza virus is a significant global health ...the virus has symptoms com- mon to other known respiratory ...the influenza diagnosis by culture methods needs substantial quality check and ...

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Dynamics of Influenza Virus Infection and Pathology

Dynamics of Influenza Virus Infection and Pathology

... natural virus infection and the resulting immune responses underlie both the disease signs seen in infected hosts and virus transmission, thus providing the foundation for the evolutionary dynamics and ...

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Structure of the Ribonucleoprotein of Influenza Virus

Structure of the Ribonucleoprotein of Influenza Virus

... 795 Downloaded from http://jvi.asm.org/ on November 10, 2019 by guest The ribonucleoprotein RNP internal components of influenza virus were separated into distinct size classes by sedime[r] ...

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Intrahost Dynamics of Influenza Virus Reassortment

Intrahost Dynamics of Influenza Virus Reassortment

... infectious virus is typically transferred between horses or pigs and whether these doses may significantly exceed the minimal infectious ...(H2N2) virus was approximately ...an influenza virus ...

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The multiplication of influenza virus

The multiplication of influenza virus

... Active Virus in ...of influenza virus even w h e n challenged more than twenty hours after being cut from whole eggs* However, considerable variability in the amount of v i rus produced in response ...

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Galectin-1 Binds to Influenza Virus and Ameliorates Influenza Virus Pathogenesis

Galectin-1 Binds to Influenza Virus and Ameliorates Influenza Virus Pathogenesis

... Nipah virus through binding to specific N-glycans in the F glycoprotein ...Nipah virus infection ...of virus attachment to host cells (26, ...of influenza virus carry N-linked ...

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Vaccination with a Recombinant Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Expressing an Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin Provides Complete Protection from Influenza Virus Challenge

Vaccination with a Recombinant Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Expressing an Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin Provides Complete Protection from Influenza Virus Challenge

... stomatitis virus (VSV) from plasmid DNAs, our laboratory has reported the expression of several different glycoproteins from recombinant ...an influenza virus hemagglutinin (HA) from a recombinant ...

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Rapid preparation of mutated influenza hemagglutinins for influenza virus pandemic prevention

Rapid preparation of mutated influenza hemagglutinins for influenza virus pandemic prevention

... proteins. Influenza viruses have two major membrane glycoproteins: hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase ...a virus by acquiring mutations, thereby to increase the risk of ...native influenza ...

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Virus Replication in Enucleate Cells: Vesicular Stomatitis Virus and Influenza Virus

Virus Replication in Enucleate Cells: Vesicular Stomatitis Virus and Influenza Virus

... Vesicular stomatitis virus replicates normally in enucleate cells with the rate of production of infectious virus, the amount of virus-specific protein synthesis, and the type of protein[r] ...

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Transmission and Suppression of Avian Influenza Virus

Transmission and Suppression of Avian Influenza Virus

... Avian influenza viruses (AIV) spread by a number of means including move- ment of live birds, movement of people and equipment, movement of poultry, contaminated poultry food or water, airborne spread, ...

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Historical H1N1 Influenza Virus Imprinting

Historical H1N1 Influenza Virus Imprinting

... influenza-specific immune background or were left naïve. After 67 and 105 days, select groups of ferrets were vaccinated with the Sanofi FLUZONE® QIV vaccine and challenged at Day 123 with the Cal/07 H1N1 pandemic ...

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Characterization of the mRNA of influenza virus.

Characterization of the mRNA of influenza virus.

... To determine what proportion of 3H-labeled polysomal RNA was cRNA and also to estimate its size, RNA was extracted from free and membrane-bound polysomes prepared from 3Hpulse-labeled ch[r] ...

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An influenza A (H1N1) virus, closely related to swine influenza virus, responsible for a fatal case of human influenza.

An influenza A (H1N1) virus, closely related to swine influenza virus, responsible for a fatal case of human influenza.

... The results of our comparison between the NP genes of A/MD and those in the avian or human lineages indicate that the NP of A/MD shares the strongest sequence identity, i.e., 99.4% at th[r] ...

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Uncoating of influenza virus in endosomes.

Uncoating of influenza virus in endosomes.

... Virus replication occurred when the cells were incubated for 10 min at 37°C or for 1 h at 20°C, followed by incubation in the presence of ammonium chloride for a total of 12 h.. These re[r] ...

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