Current affiliation: UC BerkeleyPrimary location: United States
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2013-02-13
The herpesviral SOX protein promotes degradation of the majority of host mRNAs--yet some manage to escape. One prominent escapee, the interleukin...
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2014-03-12
Published in:PLoS PathogensPublication date:2011-10-27
Published in:PLoS PathogensPublication date:2011-07-21
Published in:PLoS PathogensPublication date:2014-01-16
Many viruses restrict host gene expression during infection, presumably to provide a competitive expression advantage to viral transcripts. Not sur...
Published in:PLoS PathogensPublication date:2013-01-31
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2011-05-09
Published in:Current Opinion in MicrobiologyPublication date:2012-08-01
Published in:RNA BiologyPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:PLoS BiologyPublication date:2009-05-26
Published in:Molecular CellPublication date:2004-03-01
Published in:Advances in Virus ResearchPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews - RNAPublication date:2010-05-06
Viruses and the cellular RNA decay machinery
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2014-04-09
Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) is a prominent AIDS-associated pathogen. Previous studies have shown that infection of cells contain...
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2012-06-27
Several viruses restrict host gene expression by inducing widespread degradation of messenger RNA. Using a comparative analysis, Gaglia et al. sho...
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2015-10-14
Published in:Annual Review of VirologyPublication date:2015-11-09
Published in:Journal of VirologyPublication date:2017-09-20