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At gathering of HIV/AIDS pioneers, raw memories mix with current conflicts | Science | AAAS
Heuiran Lee, Ronald Veazey, Kenneth Williams, Mengtao Li, Jie Guo, Frank Neipel, Bernhard Fleckenstein, Andrew Lackner, Ronald C. Desrosiers, Jae U. Jung. Research output: Since STP is required for the oncogenic potential of HVS, we investigated the functional consequence of K1 expression. Expression of the K1.
20 Dec 21; German Primate Center. Ronald C Desrosiers. Abstract. Cellular Ephrin receptor tyrosine kinases (Ephrin receptors, Ephs) were found to interact efficiently with the gH/gL glycoprotein complex of the rhesus monkey rhadinovirus (RRV). Since EphA2 was recently identified as a receptor for the Kaposi's. Ronald Desrosiers, a virologist now at the University of Miami in Florida who did pioneering AIDS vaccine studies in monkeys when he used to head Harvard University's now defunct primate research center, thinks the South African study is a waste of money and flatly rejected this line of logic.
“Every single vaccine that's.
29 Mar “None of the products currently in the pipeline has any reasonable chance of being effective in field trials,” Ronald C. Desrosiers, a molecular geneticist at Harvard University, declared last month at an AIDS conference in Boston. “We simply do not know at the present time how to design a vaccine that will.
Description:Published online Oct Tipper ,1 Xiang Li ,1 Mohd J. Received Sep 7; Accepted Oct Abstract Recent genome-wide screens have highlighted an important role for transportin 3 in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 HIV-1 infection and preintegration complex PIC nuclear import. Moreover, HIV-1 integrase interacted with recombinant transportin 3 protein under conditions whereby Moloney murine leukemia virus MLV integrase failed to do so, suggesting that integrase-transportin 3 interactions might underscore active retroviral PIC nuclear import. Here we correlate infectivity defects in transportin 3 knockdown cells with in vitro protein binding affinities for an expanded set of retroviruses that include simian immunodeficiency virus SIV , bovine immunodeficiency virus BIV , equine infectious anemia virus EIAV , feline immunodeficiency virus FIV , and Rous sarcoma virus RSV to critically address the role of integrase-transportin 3 interactions in viral infection.