Brian M. Ward

Immunology, Microbiology, & Virology University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry 
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Baker JL, Ward BM. (2014) Development and comparison of a quantitative TaqMan-MGB real-time PCR assay to three other methods of quantifying vaccinia virions. Journal of Virological Methods. 196: 126-32
Hollenbaugh JA, Gee P, Baker J, et al. (2013) Host factor SAMHD1 restricts DNA viruses in non-dividing myeloid cells. Plos Pathogens. 9: e1003481
Chan WM, Ward BM. (2012) Increased interaction between vaccinia virus proteins A33 and B5 is detrimental to infectious extracellular enveloped virion production. Journal of Virology. 86: 8232-44
Chan WM, Ward BM. (2012) The A33-dependent incorporation of B5 into extracellular enveloped vaccinia virions is mediated through an interaction between their lumenal domains. Journal of Virology. 86: 8210-20
Chen G, Ward BM, Yu KH, et al. (2011) Improved knockout methodology reveals that frog virus 3 mutants lacking either the 18K immediate-early gene or the truncated vIF-2alpha gene are defective for replication and growth in vivo. Journal of Virology. 85: 11131-8
Ward BM. (2011) The taking of the cytoskeleton one two three: how viruses utilize the cytoskeleton during egress. Virology. 411: 244-50
Chan WM, Kalkanoglu AE, Ward BM. (2010) The inability of vaccinia virus A33R protein to form intermolecular disulfide-bonded homodimers does not affect the production of infectious extracellular virus. Virology. 408: 109-18
Chan WM, Ward BM. (2010) There is an A33-dependent mechanism for the incorporation of B5-GFP into vaccinia virus extracellular enveloped virions. Virology. 402: 83-93
Lee HY, Topham DJ, Park SY, et al. (2009) Simulation and prediction of the adaptive immune response to influenza A virus infection. Journal of Virology. 83: 7151-65
Ward BM. (2009) Using fluorescent proteins to study poxvirus morphogenesis. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 515: 1-11
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