Gretchen V. Gee

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Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry Brown University, Providence, RI 
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Morris-Love J, O'Hara BA, Gee GV, et al. (2022) Biogenesis of JC polyomavirus associated extracellular vesicles. Journal of Extracellular Biology. 1
O'Hara BA, Gee GV, Haley SA, et al. (2021) Teriflunomide Inhibits JCPyV Infection and Spread in Glial Cells and Choroid Plexus Epithelial Cells. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 22
Clark P, Gee GV, Albright BS, et al. (2020) Phosphoinositide 3'-Kinase γ Facilitates Polyomavirus Infection. Viruses. 12
O'Hara BA, Morris-Love J, Gee GV, et al. (2020) JC Virus infected choroid plexus epithelial cells produce extracellular vesicles that infect glial cells independently of the virus attachment receptor. Plos Pathogens. 16: e1008371
Assetta B, Morris-Love J, Gee GV, et al. (2019) Genetic and Functional Dissection of the Role of Individual 5-HT Receptors as Entry Receptors for JC Polyomavirus. Cell Reports. 27: 1960-1966.e6
Morris-Love J, Gee GV, O'Hara BA, et al. (2019) JC Polyomavirus Uses Extracellular Vesicles To Infect Target Cells. Mbio. 10
O'Hara BA, Gee GV, Atwood WJ, et al. (2018) Susceptibility of Primary Human Choroid Plexus Epithelial Cells and Meningeal Cells to Infection by JC Virus. Journal of Virology
Luo Y, Motamedi N, Magaldi TG, et al. (2016) Interaction between Simian Virus 40 Major Capsid Protein VP1 and Cell Surface Ganglioside GM1 Triggers Vacuole Formation. Mbio. 7
Ströh LJ, Gee GV, Blaum BS, et al. (2015) Trichodysplasia spinulosa-Associated Polyomavirus Uses a Displaced Binding Site on VP1 to Engage Sialylated Glycolipids. Plos Pathogens. 11: e1005112
Ströh LJ, Maginnis MS, Blaum BS, et al. (2015) The Greater Affinity of JC Polyomavirus Capsid for α2,6-Linked Lactoseries Tetrasaccharide c than for Other Sialylated Glycans Is a Major Determinant of Infectivity. Journal of Virology. 89: 6364-75
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