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Donald Devereux Woods research assistant Oxford
Harold Amos grad student 1959 Harvard (ID Tree)
 (Studies of deoxyribonucleic acid metabolism in bacteria infected by bacteriophage T5.)
John F. Enders post-doc Harvard Medical School (ID Tree)

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J. Michael Bishop research assistant Harvard
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Pfefferkorn ER, Boyle MK. (1972) Photoreactivation of a cytoplasmic virus. Journal of Virology. 9: 474-8
Pfefferkorn ER, Boyle MK. (1972) Selective inhibition of the synthesis of Sindbis virion proteins by an inhibitor of chymotrypsin. Journal of Virology. 9: 187-8
Waite MR, Brown DT, Pfefferkorn ER. (1972) Inhibition of Sindbis virus release by media of low ionic strength: an electron microscope study. Journal of Virology. 10: 537-44
Brown DT, Waite MR, Pfefferkorn ER. (1972) Morphology and morphogenesis of Sindbis virus as seen with freeze-etching techniques. Journal of Virology. 10: 524-36
Waite MR, Pfefferkorn ER. (1970) Phospholipid synthesis in Sindbis virus-infected cells. Journal of Virology. 6: 637-43
Scheele CM, Pfefferkorn ER. (1970) Virus-specific proteins synthesized in cells infected with RNA+ temperature-sensitive mutants of Sindbis virus. Journal of Virology. 5: 329-37
Waite MR, Pfefferkorn ER. (1970) Inhibition of Sindbis virus production by media of low ionic strength: intracellular events and requirements for reversal. Journal of Virology. 5: 60-71
Scheele CM, Pfefferkorn ER. (1969) Inhibition of interjacent ribonucleic acid (26S) synthesis in cells infected by Sindbis virus. Journal of Virology. 4: 117-22
Scheele CM, Pfefferkorn ER. (1969) Kinetics of incorporation of structural proteins into Sindbis virions. Journal of Virology. 3: 369-75
Burge BW, Pfefferkorn ER. (1968) Functional defects of temperature-sensitive mutants of Sindbis virus. Journal of Molecular Biology. 35: 193-205
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