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VIRAL AGGREGATION: EFFECTS OF SALTS ON THE AGGREGATION OF POLIOVIRUS AND REOVIRUS AT LOW PH.FLOYD R; SHARP DG.1978; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 35; NO 6; PP. 1084-1094; BIBL. 36 REF.Article

T LYMPHOCYTE IMMUNITY TO REOVIRUS: CELLULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR GENERATION AND ROLE IN CLEARANCE OF PRIMARY INFECTIONSLETVIN NL; KAUFFMAN RS; FINBERG R et al.1981; J. IMMUNOL.; ISSN 0022-1767; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 127; NO 6; PP. 2334-2339; BIBL. 34 REF.Article

VIRAL AGGREGATION: QUANTITATION AND KINETICS OF THE AGGREGATION OF POLIOVIRUS AND REOVIRUS.FLOYD R; SHARP DG.1978; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 35; NO 6; PP. 1079-1083; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

QUANTITATION OF THE RELATEDNESS OF REOVIRUS SEROTYPES 1,2, AND 3 AT THE GENE LEVELGAILLARD RK JR; JOKLIK WK.1982; VIROLOGY; ISSN 0042-6822; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 123; NO 1; PP. 152-164; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

ABSOLUTE LINKAGE OF VIRULENCE AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CELL TROPISM OF REOVIRUSES TO VIRAL HEMAGGLUTININWEINER HL; POWERS ML; FIELDS BN et al.1980; J. INFECT. DIS.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 141; NO 5; PP. 609-616; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

Comparison of eight different procedures for harvesting avian reoviruses grown in Vero cellsDRASTINI, Y; KIBENGE, F. S. B; MCKENNA, P. K et al.Journal of virological methods. 1992, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 269-278, issn 0166-0934Article

Further characterization of the ts453 mutant of mammalian orthoreovirus serotype 3 and nucleotide sequence of the mutated S4 geneDANIS, C; GARZON, S; LEMAY, G et al.Virology (New York, NY). 1992, Vol 190, Num 1, pp 494-498, issn 0042-6822Article

Selection of genome segments following coinfection of chicken fibroblasts with avian reovirusesYAWEI NI; KEMP, M. C.Virology (New York, NY). 1990, Vol 177, Num 2, pp 625-633, issn 0042-6822, 9 p.Article

Rapid isolation and identification of reovirus-3ABRAMOWITZ, A; ARAD, G; LIVNI, N et al.Journal of virological methods. 1987, Vol 17, Num 3-4, pp 319-323, issn 0166-0934Article

Biosynthesis of reovirus-specified polypeptides: the reovirus s1 mRNA encodes two primary translation productsJACOBS, B. L; SAMUEL, C. E.Virology (New York, NY). 1985, Vol 143, Num 1, pp 63-74, issn 0042-6822Article

Ligand binding to the cell surface receptor for reovirus type 3 stimulates galactocerebroside expression by developing oligodendrocytesCOHEN, J. A; WILLIAMS, W. V; WEINER, D. B et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1990, Vol 87, Num 13, pp 4922-4926, issn 0027-8424, 5 p.Article

The effectiveness of six disinfectants in inactivation of reovirus 3DRULAK, M. W; WALLBANK, A. M; LEBTAG, I et al.Microbios. 1984, Vol 41, Num 163, pp 31-38, issn 0026-2633Article

THE REOVIRUS MURINE MODELSSTANLEY NF.1974; PROGR. MED. VIROL.; SWITZ.; DA. 1974; VOL. 18; PP. 257-272; BIBL. 86REF.Article

PERTURBATION OF THE SWITCH-ON OF TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY IN INTERMEDIATE SUBVIRAL PARTICLES FROM REOVIRUSBORSA J; SARGENT MD; EWING DD et al.1982; J. CELL. PHYSIOL.; ISSN 0021-9541; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 112; NO 1; PP. 10-18; BIBL. 39 REF.Article

Subgenomic S1 segments are packaged by avian reovirus defective interfering particles having an S1 segment deletionYAWEI NI; KEMP, M. C.Virus research. 1994, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 329-342, issn 0168-1702Article

Strain-specific selection of genome segments in avian reovirus coinfectionsNI, Y; KEMP, M. C.Journal of general virology. 1992, Vol 73, pp 3107-3113, issn 0022-1317, 12Article

Development of biologically active peptides based on antibody structureWILLIAMS, W. V; MOSS, D. A; KIEBER-EMMONS, T et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1989, Vol 86, Num 14, pp 5537-5541, issn 0027-8424Article

Isolation and enzymatic characterization of protein λ2, the reovirus guanylytransferaseZIXU MAO; JOKLIK, W. K.Virology (New York, NY). 1991, Vol 185, Num 1, pp 377-386, issn 0042-6822Article

Control of reovirus Messenger RNA translation efficiency by the regions upstream of initiation codonsRONER, M. R; GAILLARD, R. K. JR; JOKLIK, W. K et al.Virology (New York, NY). 1989, Vol 168, Num 2, pp 292-301, issn 0042-6822Article

EVOLUTION DE L'INFECTION A REOVIRUS 3 CHEZ LA SOURIS, AU COURS DE TRAITEMENTS IMMUNODEPRESSEURS.GUILLON JC.1974; DGRST-7470623; FR.; DA. 1974; PP. 1-12; (RAPP. FINAL, ACTION COMPLEMENTAIRE COORDONNEE: IMMUNOL. TRANSPLANT. ORGANES)Report

THE FINE STRUCTURE OF THE CAPSID OF REOVIRUS TYPE 3.PALMER EL; MARTIN ML.1977; VIROLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 76; NO 1; PP. 109-113; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

USE OF AN ABERRANT POLYPEPTIDE AS A MARKER IN THREE-FACTOR CROSSES: FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR INDEPENDENT REASSORTMENT AS THE MECHANISM OF RECOMBINATION BETWEEN TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANTS OF REOVIRUS TYPE 3.CROSS RK; FIELDS BN.1976; VIROLOGY; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 74; NO 2; PP. 345-362; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

HOST IMMUNE RESPONSE TO REOVIRUS: CTL RECOGNIZE THE MAJOR NEUTRALIZATION DOMAIN OF THE VIRAL HEMAGGLUTININFINBERG R; SPRIGGS DR; FIELDS BN et al.1982; JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY; ISSN 0022-1767; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 129; NO 5; PP. 2235-2238; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

analysis of the double-stranded RNA genome segments among avian reovirus field isolatesWAN YU WU; JUI HUANG SHIEN; LONG HUW LEE et al.Journal of virological methods. 1994, Vol 48, Num 1, pp 119-122, issn 0166-0934Article

Crystallization of the reovirus type 3 dearing core: crystal packing is determined by the λ2 proteinCOOMBS, K. M; FIELDS, B. N; HARRISON, S. C et al.Journal of molecular biology. 1990, Vol 215, Num 1, pp 1-5, issn 0022-2836, 5 p.Article

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