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    May 2017
  1. XU G, Zhang X, Liu Q, Bing G, et al
    PA-X protein contributes to virulence of triple-reassortant H1N2 influenza virus by suppressing early immune responses in swine.
    Virology. 2017;508:45-53.
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    April 2017
  2. LEE DH, Torchetti MK, Killian ML, Swayne DE, et al
    Deep sequencing of H7N8 avian influenza viruses from surveillance zone supports H7N8 high pathogenicity avian influenza was limited to a single outbreak farm in Indiana during 2016.
    Virology. 2017;507:216-219.
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  3. CHUTIWITOONCHAI N, Mano T, Kakisaka M, Sato H, et al
    Inhibition of CRM1-mediated nuclear export of influenza A nucleoprotein and nuclear export protein as a novel target for antiviral drug development.
    Virology. 2017;507:32-39.
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    March 2017
  4. NARKPUK J, Teeravechyan S, Puthavathana P, Jongkaewwattana A, et al
    Single nucleoprotein residue determines influenza A virus sensitivity to an intertypic suppression mechanism.
    Virology. 2017;506:99-109.
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  5. FOUGEROLLE S, Legrand L, Lecouturier F, Sailleau C, et al
    Genetic evolution of equine influenza virus strains (H3N8) isolated in France from 1967 to 2015 and the implications of several potential pathogenic factors.
    Virology. 2017;505:210-217.
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    February 2017
  6. CHEN LJ, Lin XD, Tian JH, Liao Y, et al
    Diversity, evolution and population dynamics of avian influenza viruses circulating in the live poultry markets in China.
    Virology. 2017;505:33-41.
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  7. CHAIMAYO C, Hayashi T, Underwood A, Hodges E, et al
    Selective incorporation of vRNP into influenza A virions determined by its specific interaction with M1 protein.
    Virology. 2017;505:23-32.
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  8. RODRIGUEZ L, Nogales A, Reilly EC, Topham DJ, et al
    A live-attenuated influenza vaccine for H3N2 canine influenza virus.
    Virology. 2017;504:96-106.
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    January 2017
  9. LEE YH, Jang YH, Seong BL
    Cell-cultured, live attenuated, X-31ca-based H5N1 pre-pandemic influenza vaccine.
    Virology. 2017;504:73-78.
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  10. PEETERS B, Reemers S, Dortmans J, de Vries E, et al
    Genetic versus antigenic differences among highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza A viruses: Consequences for vaccine strain selection.
    Virology. 2017;503:83-93.
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  11. RABBANI MA, Barik S
    5-Hydroxytryptophan, a major product of tryptophan degradation, is essential for optimal replication of human parainfluenza virus.
    Virology. 2017;503:46-51.
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  12. KIM SH, Paldurai A, Samal SK
    A novel chimeric Newcastle disease virus vectored vaccine against highly pathogenic avian influenza virus.
    Virology. 2017;503:31-36.
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    December 2016
  13. PEARCE MB, Pappas C, Gustin KM, Davis CT, et al
    Enhanced virulence of clade 2.3.2.1 highly pathogenic avian influenza A H5N1 viruses in ferrets.
    Virology. 2016;502:114-122.
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  14. SUPTAWIWAT O, Ninpan K, Boonarkart C, Ruangrung K, et al
    Evolutionary dynamic of antigenic residues on influenza B hemagglutinin.
    Virology. 2016;502:84-96.
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  15. BELSER JA, Sun X, Creager HM, Johnson A, et al
    Role of H7 hemagglutinin in murine infectivity of influenza viruses following ocular inoculation.
    Virology. 2016;502:13-19.
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  16. PUSHKO P, Tretyakova I, Hidajat R, Zsak A, et al
    Virus-like particles displaying H5, H7, H9 hemagglutinins and N1 neuraminidase elicit protective immunity to heterologous avian influenza viruses in chickens.
    Virology. 2016;501:176-182.
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  17. BAJIMAYA S, Hayashi T, Frankl T, Bryk P, et al
    Cholesterol reducing agents inhibit assembly of type I parainfluenza viruses.
    Virology. 2016;501:127-135.
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    November 2016
  18. HU M, Yuan S, Zhang K, Singh K, et al
    PB2 substitutions V598T/I increase the virulence of H7N9 influenza A virus in mammals.
    Virology. 2016;501:92-101.
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  19. LUO J, Ferguson L, Smith DR, Woolums AR, et al
    Serological evidence for high prevalence of Influenza D Viruses in Cattle, Nebraska, United States, 2003-2004.
    Virology. 2016;501:88-91.
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  20. ISAKOVA-SIVAK I, Korenkov D, Smolonogina T, Tretiak T, et al
    Comparative studies of infectivity, immunogenicity and cross-protective efficacy of live attenuated influenza vaccines containing nucleoprotein from cold-adapted or wild-type influenza virus in a mouse model.
    Virology. 2016;500:209-217.
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  21. KOSIK I, Yewdell JW
    Influenza A virus hemagglutinin specific antibodies interfere with virion neuraminidase activity via two distinct mechanisms.
    Virology. 2016;500:178-183.
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  22. GONZALEZ Y, Juarez E, Carranza C, Sada E, et al
    Diminished effector and memory CD8+ circulating T lymphocytes in patients with severe influenza caused by the AH1N1 pdm09 virus.
    Virology. 2016;500:139-148.
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  23. HARTWIG SM, Ketterer M, Apicella MA, Varga SM, et al
    Non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae protects human airway epithelial cells from a subsequent respiratory syncytial virus challenge.
    Virology. 2016;498:128-35.
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    October 2016
  24. GUJJAR N, Chothe SK, Gawai S, Nissly R, et al
    Co-expression of sialic acid receptors compatible with avian and human influenza virus binding in emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae).
    Virology. 2016;500:114-121.
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  25. CREAGER HM, Zeng H, Pulit-Penaloza JA, Maines TR, et al
    In vitro exposure system for study of aerosolized influenza virus.
    Virology. 2016;500:62-70.
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  26. NOGALES A, Huang K, Chauche C, DeDiego ML, et al
    Canine influenza viruses with modified NS1 proteins for the development of live-attenuated vaccines.
    Virology. 2016;500:1-10.
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  27. ELBAHESH H, Bergmann S, Russell CJ
    Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) regulates polymerase activity of multiple influenza A virus subtypes.
    Virology. 2016;499:369-374.
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  28. SHRIVASTAVA P, Sarkar I, Atanley E, Gomis S, et al
    IL-12p40 gene-deficient BALB/c mice exhibit lower weight loss, reduced lung pathology and decreased sensitization to allergen in response to infection with pneumonia virus of mice.
    Virology. 2016;497:1-10.
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    September 2016
  29. CUI P, Deng G, Shi J, Kong H, et al
    New influenza A(H7N7) viruses detected in live poultry markets in China.
    Virology. 2016;499:165-169.
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  30. DEJESUS E, Costa-Hurtado M, Smith D, Lee DH, et al
    Changes in adaptation of H5N2 highly pathogenic avian influenza H5 clade 2.3.4.4 viruses in chickens and mallards.
    Virology. 2016;499:52-64.
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  31. ISHIKAWA H, Fukui T, Ino S, Sasaki H, et al
    Influenza virus infection causes neutrophil dysfunction through reduced G-CSF production and an increased risk of secondary bacteria infection in the lung.
    Virology. 2016;499:23-29.
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  32. RAUFF D, Strydom C, Abolnik C
    Evolutionary consequences of a decade of vaccination against subtype H6N2 influenza.
    Virology. 2016;498:226-239.
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    August 2016
  33. WANITCHANG A, Wongthida P, Jongkaewwattana A
    Influenza B virus M2 protein can functionally replace its influenza A virus counterpart in promoting virus replication.
    Virology. 2016;498:99-108.
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  34. PARK SJ, Si YJ, Kim J, Song MS, et al
    Cross-protective efficacies of highly-pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 vaccines against a recent H5N8 virus.
    Virology. 2016;498:36-43.
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  35. ZHAO H, Chu H, Zhao X, Shuai H, et al
    Novel residues in the PA protein of avian influenza H7N7 virus affect virulence in mammalian hosts.
    Virology. 2016;498:1-8.
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  36. LI Y, Johnson JB, Parks GD
    Parainfluenza virus 5 upregulates CD55 expression to produce virions with enhanced resistance to complement-mediated neutralization.
    Virology. 2016;497:305-313.
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    July 2016
  37. MCMILLEN CM, Beezhold DH, Blachere FM, Othumpangat S, et al
    Inhibition of influenza A virus matrix and nonstructural gene expression using RNA interference.
    Virology. 2016;497:171-184.
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  38. CHEN DY, Husain M
    Caspase-mediated degradation of host cortactin that promotes influenza A virus infection in epithelial cells.
    Virology. 2016;497:146-156.
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  39. WU W, Pante N
    Vimentin plays a role in the release of the influenza A viral genome from endosomes.
    Virology. 2016;497:41-52.
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    June 2016
  40. FENG KH, Sun M, Iketani S, Holmes EC, et al
    Comparing the functions of equine and canine influenza H3N8 virus PA-X proteins: Suppression of reporter gene expression and modulation of global host gene expression.
    Virology. 2016;496:138-146.
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  41. ZHU L, Yuan C, Ding X, Xu S, et al
    PLC-gamma1 is involved in the inflammatory response induced by influenza A virus H1N1 infection.
    Virology. 2016;496:131-137.
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  42. KAKISAKA M, Yamada K, Yamaji-Hasegawa A, Kobayashi T, et al
    Intrinsically disordered region of influenza A NP regulates viral genome packaging via interactions with viral RNA and host PI(4,5)P.
    Virology. 2016;496:116-126.
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    May 2016
  43. GIRIA M, Santos L, Louro J, Rebelo de Andrade H, et al
    Reverse genetics vaccine seeds for influenza: Proof of concept in the source of PB1 as a determinant factor in virus growth and antigen yield.
    Virology. 2016;496:21-27.
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  44. BOSCO-LAUTH AM, Bowen RA, Root JJ
    Limited transmission of emergent H7N9 influenza A virus in a simulated live animal market: Do chickens pose the principal transmission threat?
    Virology. 2016;495:161-166.
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    April 2016
  45. HWANG HS, Lee YT, Kim KH, Park S, et al
    Combined virus-like particle and fusion protein-encoding DNA vaccination of cotton rats induces protection against respiratory syncytial virus without causing vaccine-enhanced disease.
    Virology. 2016;494:215-224.
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  46. BERTRAN K, Swayne DE, Pantin-Jackwood MJ, Kapczynski DR, et al
    Lack of chicken adaptation of newly emergent Eurasian H5N8 and reassortant H5N2 high pathogenicity avian influenza viruses in the U.S. is consistent with restricted poultry outbreaks in the Pacific flyway during 2014-2015.
    Virology. 2016;494:190-197.
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  47. JOB ER, Pizzolla A, Nebl T, Short KR, et al
    Neutralizing inhibitors in the airways of naive ferrets do not play a major role in modulating the virulence of H3 subtype influenza A viruses.
    Virology. 2016;494:143-157.
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  48. DESROCHERS BL, Chen RE, Gounder AP, Pinto AK, et al
    Residues in the PB2 and PA genes contribute to the pathogenicity of avian H7N3 influenza A virus in DBA/2 mice.
    Virology. 2016;494:89-99.
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  49. CHAN CM, Chu H, Zhang AJ, Leung LH, et al
    Hemagglutinin of influenza A virus binds specifically to cell surface nucleolin and plays a role in virus internalization.
    Virology. 2016;494:78-88.
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  50. DAVIS AS, Chertow DS, Kindrachuk J, Qi L, et al
    1918 Influenza receptor binding domain variants bind and replicate in primary human airway cells regardless of receptor specificity.
    Virology. 2016;493:238-246.
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    March 2016
  51. COHEN M, Fisher CJ, Huang ML, Lindsay LL, et al
    Capture and characterization of influenza A virus from primary samples using glycan bead arrays.
    Virology. 2016;493:128-135.
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  52. SHICHINOHE S, Itoh Y, Nakayama M, Ozaki H, et al
    Comparison of pathogenicities of H7 avian influenza viruses via intranasal and conjunctival inoculation in cynomolgus macaques.
    Virology. 2016;493:31-38.
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  53. LIU F, Sun X, Fairman J, Lewis DB, et al
    A cationic liposome-DNA complexes adjuvant (JVRS-100) enhances the immunogenicity and cross-protective efficacy of pre-pandemic influenza A (H5N1) vaccine in ferrets.
    Virology. 2016;492:197-203.
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  54. ZHIRNOV OP, Manykin AA, Rossman JS, Klenk HD, et al
    Intravirion cohesion of matrix protein M1 with ribonucleocapsid is a prerequisite of influenza virus infectivity.
    Virology. 2016;492:187-196.
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    February 2016
  55. WORMANN X, Lesch M, Welke RW, Okonechnikov K, et al
    Genetic characterization of an adapted pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza virus that reveals improved replication rates in human lung epithelial cells.
    Virology. 2016;492:118-129.
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  56. FURUSE Y, Odagiri T, Tamaki R, Kamigaki T, et al
    Local persistence and global dissemination play a significant role in the circulation of influenza B viruses in Leyte Island, Philippines.
    Virology. 2016;492:21-24.
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  57. LEE YJ, Jang YH, Kim P, Lee YH, et al
    Enhancement of the safety of live influenza vaccine by attenuating mutations from cold-adapted hemagglutinin.
    Virology. 2016;491:1-9.
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  58. KASLOFF SB, Weingartl HM
    Swine alveolar macrophage cell model allows optimal replication of influenza A viruses regardless of their origin.
    Virology. 2016;490:91-98.
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    December 2015
  59. AGAMENNONE M, Pietrantoni A, Superti F
    Identification of small molecules acting against H1N1 influenza A virus.
    Virology. 2015;488:249-258.
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  60. LEE DH, Fusaro A, Song CS, Suarez DL, et al
    Poultry vaccination directed evolution of H9N2 low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses in Korea.
    Virology. 2015;488:225-231.
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    November 2015
  61. GAO R, Bai T, Li X, Xiong Y, et al
    The comparison of pathology in ferrets infected by H9N2 avian influenza viruses with different genomic features.
    Virology. 2015;488:149-155.
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  62. SUN X, Belser JA, Tumpey TM
    A novel eight amino acid insertion contributes to the hemagglutinin cleavability and the virulence of a highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H7N3) virus in mice.
    Virology. 2015;488:120-128.
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  63. MARUYAMA J, Nao N, Miyamoto H, Maeda K, et al
    Characterization of the glycoproteins of bat-derived influenza viruses.
    Virology. 2015;488:43-50.
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  64. ROOT JJ, Bosco-Lauth AM, Bielefeldt-Ohmann H, Bowen RA, et al
    Experimental infection of peridomestic mammals with emergent H7N9 (A/Anhui/1/2013) influenza A virus: Implications for biosecurity and wet markets.
    Virology. 2015;487:242-248.
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  65. LEE YT, Kim KH, Hwang HS, Lee Y, et al
    Innate and adaptive cellular phenotypes contributing to pulmonary disease in mice after respiratory syncytial virus immunization and infection.
    Virology. 2015;485:36-46.
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  66. SHRIVASTAVA P, Atanley E, Sarkar I, Watkiss E, et al
    Blunted inflammatory and mucosal IgA responses to pneumonia virus of mice in C57BL/6 neonates are correlated to reduced protective immunity upon re-infection as elderly mice.
    Virology. 2015;485:233-43.
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  67. YANG P, Zheng J, Wang S, Liu P, et al
    Respiratory syncytial virus nonstructural proteins 1 and 2 are crucial pathogenic factors that modulate interferon signaling and Treg cell distribution in mice.
    Virology. 2015;485:223-32.
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    October 2015
  68. TRETYAKOVA I, Hidajat R, Hamilton G, Horn N, et al
    Preparation of quadri-subtype influenza virus-like particles using bovine immunodeficiency virus gag protein.
    Virology. 2015;487:163-171.
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  69. OTHUMPANGAT S, Noti JD, McMillen CM, Beezhold DH, et al
    ICAM-1 regulates the survival of influenza virus in lung epithelial cells during the early stages of infection.
    Virology. 2015;487:85-94.
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  70. STONE R, Hayashi T, Bajimaya S, Hodges E, et al
    Critical role of Rab11a-mediated recycling endosomes in the assembly of type I parainfluenza viruses.
    Virology. 2015;487:11-18.
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  71. YU Z, Cheng K, Sun W, Zhang X, et al
    A PB1 T296R substitution enhance polymerase activity and confer a virulent phenotype to a 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza virus in mice.
    Virology. 2015;486:180-186.
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  72. KIM TK, Bheda-Malge A, Lin Y, Sreekrishna K, et al
    A systems approach to understanding human rhinovirus and influenza virus infection.
    Virology. 2015;486:146-157.
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    September 2015
  73. HERVE PL, Lorin V, Jouvion G, Da Costa B, et al
    Addition of N-glycosylation sites on the globular head of the H5 hemagglutinin induces the escape of highly pathogenic avian influenza A H5N1 viruses from vaccine-induced immunity.
    Virology. 2015;486:134-145.
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  74. FERGUSON L, Eckard L, Epperson WB, Long LP, et al
    Influenza D virus infection in Mississippi beef cattle.
    Virology. 2015;486:28-34.
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  75. BOYOGLU-BARNUM S, Todd SO, Chirkova T, Barnum TR, et al
    An anti-G protein monoclonal antibody treats RSV disease more effectively than an anti-F monoclonal antibody in BALB/c mice.
    Virology. 2015;483:117-25.
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    August 2015
  76. WILSON JR, Guo Z, Tzeng WP, Garten RJ, et al
    Diverse antigenic site targeting of influenza hemagglutinin in the murine antibody recall response to A(H1N1)pdm09 virus.
    Virology. 2015;485:252-262.
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    July 2015
  77. NARKPUK J, Jaru-Ampornpan P, Subali T, Bertulfo FC, et al
    Mechanistic study of intertypic nucleoprotein complex formation and its inhibitory effect toward influenza A virus.
    Virology. 2015;485:104-115.
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  78. BELSER JA, Maines TR, Creager HM, Katz JM, et al
    Oseltamivir inhibits influenza virus replication and transmission following ocular-only aerosol inoculation of ferrets.
    Virology. 2015;484:305-312.
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  79. DICKEY LL, Duncan JK, Hanley TM, Fearns R, et al
    Decapping protein 1 phosphorylation modulates IL-8 expression during respiratory syncytial virus infection.
    Virology. 2015;481:199-209.
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    June 2015
  80. ABE H, Mine J, Parchariyanon S, Takemae N, et al
    Co-infection of influenza A viruses of swine contributes to effective shuffling of gene segments in a naturally reared pig.
    Virology. 2015;484:203-212.
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  81. YLOSMAKI L, Schmotz C, Ylosmaki E, Saksela K, et al
    Reorganization of the host cell Crk(L)-PI3 kinase signaling complex by the influenza A virus NS1 protein.
    Virology. 2015;484:146-152.
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  82. MATOS-PATRON A, Byrd-Leotis L, Steinhauer DA, Barclay WS, et al
    Amino acid substitution D222N from fatal influenza infection affects receptor-binding properties of the influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus.
    Virology. 2015;484:15-21.
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    May 2015
  83. KEBAABETSWE LP, Haick AK, Gritsenko MA, Fillmore TL, et al
    Proteomic analysis reveals down-regulation of surfactant protein B in murine type II pneumocytes infected with influenza A virus.
    Virology. 2015;483:96-107.
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    March 2015
  84. YANG H, Carney PJ, Chang JC, Guo Z, et al
    Structure and receptor binding preferences of recombinant human A(H3N2) virus hemagglutinins.
    Virology. 2015;477:18-31.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


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