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Concept Gene Expression Regulation
Concept Gene Expression
Concept Gene Expression Regulation, Viral
Concept Gene Expression Profiling
Academic Article Deactylase inhibitors disrupt cellular complexes containing protein phosphatases and deacetylases.
Academic Article Inhibition of host and viral translation during vesicular stomatitis virus infection. eIF2 is responsible for the inhibition of viral but not host translation.
Academic Article Development of Vaccinia reporter viruses for rapid, high content analysis of viral function at all stages of gene expression.
Academic Article Therapeutics of Ebola hemorrhagic fever: whole-genome transcriptional analysis of successful disease mitigation.
Academic Article In vitro inhibition of monkeypox virus production and spread by Interferon-ß.
Academic Article A vesiculovirus showing a steepened transcription gradient and dominant trans-repression of virus transcription.
Academic Article Identification of a broad-spectrum inhibitor of viral RNA synthesis: validation of a prototype virus-based approach.
Academic Article Transcriptional profiling of the circulating immune response to lassa virus in an aerosol model of exposure.
Academic Article Vaccinia reporter viruses for quantifying viral function at all stages of gene expression.
Academic Article Transcriptional Profiling of the Immune Response to Marburg Virus Infection.
Academic Article Transcriptional correlates of disease outcome in anticoagulant-treated non-human primates infected with ebolavirus.
Academic Article Lassa and Marburg viruses elicit distinct host transcriptional responses early after infection.
Academic Article Transcriptomic signatures differentiate survival from fatal outcomes in humans infected with Ebola virus.
Academic Article In vivo Ebola virus infection leads to a strong innate response in circulating immune cells.
Academic Article Polyamines and Hypusination Are Required for Ebolavirus Gene Expression and Replication.
Academic Article Correction for Olsen et al., "Polyamines and Hypusination Are Required for Ebolavirus Gene Expression and Replication".
Academic Article Differential Mechanisms for the Involvement of Polyamines and Hypusinated eIF5A in Ebola Virus Gene Expression.

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