David J. Pickup

Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Duke University, Durham, NC 
Virology Biology
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Nicole M. Connelly grad student 2000 Duke
Katrina L. Oie grad student 2001 Duke
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Jones DI, Pollara JJ, Johnson-Weaver BT, et al. (2019) Optimized Mucosal MVA Prime/Soluble gp120 Boost Vaccination Regimen Induces Similar Antibody Responses as an Intramuscular Regimen. Journal of Virology
Jones DI, McGee CE, Sample CJ, et al. (2016) MVA vaccination provides long-term protection against nasal rabbitpox virus challenge. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology : Cvi
Nelson CS, Pollara J, Kunz EL, et al. (2016) Combined HIV-1 Envelope Systemic and Mucosal Immunization of Lactating Rhesus Monkeys Induces Robust IgA-Isotype B Cell Response in Breast Milk. Journal of Virology
Pickup DJ. (2015) Extracellular Virions: The Advance Guard of Poxvirus Infections. Plos Pathogens. 11: e1004904
Alzhanova D, Hammarlund E, Reed J, et al. (2014) T cell inactivation by poxviral B22 family proteins increases viral virulence. Plos Pathogens. 10: e1004123
Fouda GG, Amos JD, Wilks AB, et al. (2013) Mucosal immunization of lactating female rhesus monkeys with a transmitted/founder HIV-1 envelope induces strong Env-specific IgA antibody responses in breast milk. Journal of Virology. 87: 6986-99
Pollara JJ, Spesock AH, Pickup DJ, et al. (2012) Production of prostaglandin E₂ in response to infection with modified vaccinia Ankara virus. Virology. 428: 146-55
Fouda G, Amos J, Wilks A, et al. (2012) Vaccine-elicited systemic and mucosal humoral responses of lactating rhesus monkeys vaccinated with the transmitted/founder HIV Envelope 1086C Retrovirology. 9: O20
Spesock AH, Barefoot BE, Ray CA, et al. (2011) Cowpox virus induces interleukin-10 both in vitro and in vivo. Virology. 417: 87-97
Hansen SJ, Rushton J, Dekonenko A, et al. (2011) Cowpox virus inhibits human dendritic cell immune function by nonlethal, nonproductive infection. Virology. 412: 411-25
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