Gail W. Wertz

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Microbiology Biology
"Gail Wertz"


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Shawn B. Harmon grad student 2002 UAB
Tara L. Cartee grad student 2004 UAB
Edward E. Hinzman grad student 2005 UAB
Robin M. Moudy grad student 2005 UAB
Summer E. Galloway grad student 2008 UAB
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Mondal A, Victor KG, Pudupakam RS, et al. (2014) Newly identified phosphorylation site in the vesicular stomatitis virus P protein is required for viral RNA synthesis. Journal of Virology. 88: 1461-72
Harouaka D, Wertz GW. (2012) Second-site mutations selected in transcriptional regulatory sequences compensate for engineered mutations in the vesicular stomatitis virus nucleocapsid protein. Journal of Virology. 86: 11266-75
Batonick M, Wertz GW. (2011) Requirements for Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus Glycoproteins in Assembly and Egress from Infected Cells. Advances in Virology. 2011
Wertz GW, Galloway SE, Harouaka D. (2011) What controls the distinct VSV RNA synthetic processes of replication and transcription? Negative Strand Rna Virus. 63-78
Brown JC, Newcomb WW, Wertz GW. (2010) Helical virus structure: the case of the rhabdovirus bullet. Viruses. 2: 995-1001
Rainsford EW, Harouaka D, Wertz GW. (2010) Importance of hydrogen bond contacts between the N protein and RNA genome of vesicular stomatitis virus in encapsidation and RNA synthesis. Journal of Virology. 84: 1741-51
Harouaka D, Wertz GW. (2009) Mutations in the C-terminal loop of the nucleocapsid protein affect vesicular stomatitis virus RNA replication and transcription differentially. Journal of Virology. 83: 11429-39
Galloway SE, Wertz GW. (2009) A temperature sensitive VSV identifies L protein residues that affect transcription but not replication. Virology. 388: 286-93
Galloway SE, Richardson PE, Wertz GW. (2008) Analysis of a structural homology model of the 2'-O-ribose methyltransferase domain within the vesicular stomatitis virus L protein. Virology. 382: 69-82
Galloway SE, Wertz GW. (2008) S-adenosyl homocysteine-induced hyperpolyadenylation of vesicular stomatitis virus mRNA requires the methyltransferase activity of L protein. Journal of Virology. 82: 12280-90
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