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2013A36-dependent Actin Filament Nucleation Promotes Release of Vaccinia VirusBraet, Filip; Cheng, Delfine; Diefenbach, Russell; Horsington, Jacquelyn; Lynn, Helena; Newsome, Timothy; Karupiah, Gunasegaran; Turnbull, Lynne; Whitchurch, Cynthia B; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Infectious Diseases; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular BioscienceA36-dependent Actin Filament Nucleation Promotes Release of Vaccinia Virus, PLoS Pathogens, vol.9, 3, 2013,pp 1-15
2004Acute Effects Of Parainfluenza Virus On Epithelial Electrolyte Transport.Cook, David; King, Nicholas; Young, John; Karupiah, Gunasegaran; Konig, Jens; Kunzelmann, Karl; Markovich, Daniel; Sun, Jane; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; MedicineAcute Effects Of Parainfluenza Virus On Epithelial Electrolyte Transport., Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.279,(47),2004,pp 48760-48766
2006Enhanced antiviral antibody secretion and attenuated immunopathology during influenza virus infection in nitric oxide synthase-2-deficient mice.Jayasekera, Jerome; King, Nicholas; Karupiah, Gunasegaran; Vinuesa, Carola G.; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyEnhanced antiviral antibody secretion and attenuated immunopathology during influenza virus infection in nitric oxide synthase-2-deficient mice., Journal of general virology, vol.87,(Part 11),2006,pp 3361-3371
2015Evidence for Persistence of Ectromelia Virus in Inbred Mice, Recrudescence Following Immunosuppression and Transmission to Naïve MiceNewsome, Timothy; Buller, Robert M.; Chaudhri, G; Eldi, Preethi; Karupiah, Gunasegaran; Sakala, Isaac G.; Scalzo, Anthony A.; Molecular BioscienceEvidence for Persistence of Ectromelia Virus in Inbred Mice, Recrudescence Following Immunosuppression and Transmission to Naïve Mice, PLoS Pathogens, vol.11, 12, 2015,pp 1-26
2012Loss of Cytoskeletal Transport during Egress Critically Attenuates Ectromelia Virus Infection In VivoChew, Yee Lian; Diefenbach, Russell; Han, Shuyi; Horsington, Jacquelyn; Lynn, Helena; Newsome, Timothy; Chaudhri, G; Karupiah, Gunasegaran; Ter, Lee Kuan; Way, Michael; Molecular Bioscience; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; Infectious Diseases; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular BioscienceLoss of Cytoskeletal Transport during Egress Critically Attenuates Ectromelia Virus Infection In Vivo, Journal of Virology, vol.86, 13, 2012,pp 7427-7443