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  1. Pivotal Role of Receptor-Interacting Protein Kinase 1 and Mixed Lineage Kinase Domain-Like in Neuronal Cell Death Induced by the Human Neuroinvasive Coronavirus OC43
  2. Pathogenesis of Human Coronaviruses Other than Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus
  3. Novel Treatment with Neuroprotective and Antiviral Properties against a Neuroinvasive Human Respiratory Virus
  4. Nonpolio Enteroviruses, Polioviruses, and Human CNS Infections
  5. The Acetyl-Esterase Activity of the Hemagglutinin-Esterase Protein of Human Coronavirus OC43 Strongly Enhances the Production of Infectious Virus
  6. Coronaviruses as Encephalitis - Inducing Infectious Agents
  7. Human Coronavirus-Induced Neuronal Programmed Cell Death Is Cyclophilin D Dependent and Potentially Caspase Dispensable
  8. Glutamate Excitotoxicity Is Involved in the Induction of Paralysis in Mice after Infection by a Human Coronavirus with a Single Point Mutation in Its Spike Protein
  9. Blocking eIF4E-eIF4G Interaction as a Strategy To Impair Coronavirus Replication
  10. Mutations in the spike glycoprotein of human coronavirus OC43 modulate disease in BALB/c mice from encephalitis to flaccid paralysis and demyelination
  11. A human coronavirus OC43 variant harboring persistence-associated mutations in the S glycoprotein differentially induces the unfolded protein response in human neurons as compared to wild-type virus
  12. Coronavirus neuropathogenesis: could SARS be the tip of the iceberg?
  13. Activation of human monocytes after infection by human coronavirus 229E
  14. Long-term human coronavirus-myelin cross-reactive T-cell clones derived from multiple sclerosis patients
  15. Recovery of a Neurovirulent Human Coronavirus OC43 from an Infectious cDNA Clone
  16. HCoV-229E Infects and Activates Monocytes
  17. Genetic Evolution of Human Coronavirus OC43 in Neural Cell Culture
  18. Transcriptome profile within the mouse central nervous system and activation of myelin-reactive T cells following murine coronavirus infection
  19. Genetic Variability of Human Respiratory Coronavirus OC43
  20. Human Respiratory Coronavirus OC43: Genetic Stability and Neuroinvasion
  21. Matrix Protein Mutations Contribute to Inefficient Induction of Apoptosis Leading to Persistent Infection of Human Neural Cells by Vesicular Stomatitis Virus
  22. Different host-cell shutoff strategies related to the matrix protein lead to persistence of vesicular stomatitis virus mutants on fibroblast cells
  23. Deletion of the C-Terminal Domain of Apolipoprotein A-I Impairs Cell Surface Binding and Lipid Efflux in Macrophage
  24. Importance of Central α-Helices of Human Apolipoprotein A-I in the Maturation of High-Density Lipoproteins
  25. C-MYC–induced Apoptosis in Polycystic Kidney Disease Is Bcl-2 and p53 Independent
  26. Molecular characterization and differential mRNA tissue distribution of mouse apolipoprotein D
  27. Molecular characterization and tissue distribution of mouse apolipoprotein D mRNA
  28. Expression of recombinant human apolipoprotein A-I in Chinese hamster ovary cells and Escherichia coli