Purnell W. Choppin, M.D.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD, United States 
"Purnell W. Choppin"


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Roos DS, Duchala CS, Stephensen CB, et al. (1990) Control of virus-induced cell fusion by host cell lipid composition. Virology. 175: 345-57
Krah DL, Choppin PW. (1988) Mice immunized with measles virus develop antibodies to a cell surface receptor for binding virus. Journal of Virology. 62: 1565-72
Krah DL, Choppin PW. (1988) Selective inhibition of WSN influenza virus haemolysis by pea lectin. The Journal of General Virology. 69: 717-22
Stoeckle MY, Shaw MW, Choppin PW. (1987) Segment-specific and common nucleotide sequences in the noncoding regions of influenza B virus genome RNAs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 84: 2703-7
Hsu MC, Scheid A, Choppin PW. (1987) Protease activation mutants of Sendai virus: sequence analysis of the mRNA of the fusion protein (F) gene and direct identification of the cleavage-activation site. Virology. 156: 84-90
Hull JD, Krah DL, Choppin PW. (1987) Resistance of a measles virus mutant to fusion inhibitory oligopeptides is not associated with mutations in the fusion peptide. Virology. 159: 368-72
Shaw MW, Stoeckle MY, Krah DL, et al. (1985) Immunologic studies on the influenza B virus NB glycoprotein Virus Research. 3: 57
Choppin PW, Roos DS. (1985) Correlation of susceptibility of cell lines to fusion by polyethylene glycol and viruses and tumorigenicity with altered cell lipid composition Virus Research. 3: 43
Hsu M, Scheid A, Choppin PW. (1985) Protease activation mutants of sendai virus: Single nucleotide changes in the F protein gene alter fusion activation and host range Virus Research. 3: 2
Shaw MW, Choppin PW. (1984) Studies on the synthesis of the influenza V virus NB glycoprotein. Virology. 139: 178-84
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