Ilya Frolov

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Microbiology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
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Virology Biology
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Meshram CD, Shiliaev N, Frolova EI, et al. (2020) Hypervariable Domain of nsP3 of Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus is a Critical Determinant of Viral Virulence. Journal of Virology
Meshram CD, Phillips AT, Lukash T, et al. (2019) Mutations in Hypervariable Domain of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus nsP3 Protein Differentially Affect Viral Replication. Journal of Virology
Agback P, Dominguez F, Pustovalova Y, et al. (2019) Structural characterization and biological function of bivalent binding of CD2AP to intrinsically disordered domain of chikungunya virus nsP3 protein. Virology. 537: 130-142
Meshram CD, Lukash T, Philips AT, et al. (2019) Lack of nsP2-specific nuclear functions attenuates chikungunya virus replication both in vitro and in vivo. Virology. 534: 14-24
Akhrymuk I, Lukash T, Frolov I, et al. (2018) Novel mutations in nsP2 abolish chikungunya virus-induced transcriptional shutoff and make virus less cytopathic without affecting its replication rates. Journal of Virology
Akhrymuk I, Frolov I, Frolova EI. (2018) Sindbis virus infection causes cell death by nsP2-induced transcriptional shutoff or by nsP3-dependent translational shutoff. Journal of Virology
Meshram CD, Agback P, Shiliaev N, et al. (2018) Multiple Host Factors Interact with Hypervariable Domain of Chikungunya Virus nsP3 and Determine Viral Replication in Cell-Specific Mode. Journal of Virology
Erasmus JH, Seymour RL, Kaelber JT, et al. (2017) Novel insect-specific Eilat virus-based chimeric vaccine candidates provide durable, mono- and multi-valent, single dose protection against lethal alphavirus challenge. Journal of Virology
Urakova N, Kuznetsova V, Crossman DK, et al. (2017) β-D-N(4)-hydroxycytidine is a potent anti-alphavirus compound that induces high level of mutations in viral genome. Journal of Virology
Frolov I, Kim DY, Akhrymuk M, et al. (2017) Hypervariable Domain of Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus nsP3 Redundantly Utilizes Multiple Cellular Proteins for Replication Complex Assembly. Journal of Virology
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