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Avian retrovirus nucleocapsid protein, pp12, produced in Escherichia coli has biochemical properties identical to unphosphorylated viral protein.
Rescue of a pathogenic Marek's disease virus with overlapping cosmid DNAs: Use of a pp38 mutant to validate the technology for the study of gene function
Resistance to 1-[(2-hydroxyethoxy)methyl] 6-(phenylthio)thymine derivatives is generated by mutations at multiple sites in the HIV-1 reverse transcriptase
Role of Ser-652 and Lys-692 in the protease activity of infectious bursal disease virus VP4 and identification of its substrate cleavage sites
Myeloblastosis associated virus (MAV) proteinase site-mutated to be HIV-like has a higher activity and allows production of infectious but morphologically altered virus.
Rescue of an influenza A virus wild-type PB2 gene and a mutant derivative bearing a site-specific temperature-sensitive and attenuating mutation
Identification of human telomeric repeat motifs at the genome termini of human herpesvirus 7: Structural analysis and heterogeneity
Sequence requirements for cleavage activation of influenza virus hemagglutinin expressed in mammalian cells.
Molecular changes in virulent mutants arising from avirulent avian influenza viruses during replication in 14-day-old embryonated eggs
Functional analysis of avian class I (BFIV) glycoproteins by epitope tagging and mutagenesis in vitro
Construction of avian hepadnavirus variants with enhanced replication and cytopathicity in primary hepatocytes
Site-directed mutagenesis of the avian retrovirus nucleocapsid protein, pp12: Mutation which affects RNA binding in vitro blocks viral replication.
Targeted mutagenesis in vitro: lac repressor mutations generated using AMV reverse transcriptase and dBrUTP.
Reverse genetics provides direct evidence for a correlation of hemagglutinin cleavability and virulence of an avian influenza A virus
Construction and use of a new vector/transposon, pLBT::mini-Tn10:lac:kan, to identify environmentally responsive genes in a marine bacterium
Proteolytic Processing in Infectious Bursal Disease Virus: Identification of the Polyprotein Cleavage Sites by Site-Directed Mutagenesis