Priya S. Shah
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Comparative flavivirus-host protein interaction mapping reveals mechanisms of dengue and Zika virus pathogenesis
PS Shah, N Link, GM Jang, PP Sharp, T Zhu, DL Swaney, JR Johnson, ...
Cell 175 (7), 1931-1945. e18, 2018
Astrocytes regulate adult hippocampal neurogenesis through ephrin-B signaling
RS Ashton, A Conway, C Pangarkar, J Bergen, KI Lim, P Shah, M Bissell, ...
Nature neuroscience 15 (10), 1399-1406, 2012
The dengue virus NS5 protein intrudes in the cellular spliceosome and modulates splicing
FA De Maio, G Risso, NG Iglesias, P Shah, B Pozzi, LG Gebhard, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (8), e1005841, 2016
A combined proteomics/genomics approach links hepatitis C virus infection with nonsense-mediated mRNA decay
HR Ramage, GR Kumar, E Verschueren, JR Johnson, J Von Dollen, ...
Molecular cell 57 (2), 329-340, 2015
Control of stochastic gene expression by host factors at the HIV promoter
JC Burnett, K Miller-Jensen, PS Shah, AP Arkin, DV Schaffer
PLoS pathogens 5 (1), e1000260, 2009
Targeting viral proteostasis limits influenza virus, HIV, and dengue virus infection
NS Heaton, N Moshkina, R Fenouil, TJ Gardner, S Aguirre, PS Shah, ...
Immunity 44 (1), 46-58, 2016
Mutations in ANKLE2, a ZIKA virus target, disrupt an asymmetric cell division pathway in Drosophila neuroblasts to cause microcephaly
N Link, H Chung, A Jolly, M Withers, B Tepe, BR Arenkiel, PS Shah, ...
Developmental cell 51 (6), 713-729. e6, 2019
Multiple routes to oncogenesis are promoted by the human papillomavirus–host protein network
M Eckhardt, W Zhang, AM Gross, J Von Dollen, JR Johnson, ...
Cancer discovery 8 (11), 1474-1489, 2018
The cellular NMD pathway restricts Zika virus infection and is targeted by the viral capsid protein
KA Fontaine, KE Leon, MM Khalid, S Tomar, D Jimenez-Morales, ...
MBio 9 (6), 10.1128/mbio. 02126-18, 2018
Identification of antiviral roles for the exon–junction complex and nonsense-mediated decay in flaviviral infection
M Li, JR Johnson, B Truong, G Kim, N Weinbren, M Dittmar, PS Shah, ...
Nature microbiology 4 (6), 985-995, 2019
HIV evades RNA interference directed at TAR by an indirect compensatory mechanism
JN Leonard, PS Shah, JC Burnett, DV Schaffer
Cell host & microbe 4 (5), 484-494, 2008
Compositions and methods for treating Dengue virus infection
M Ott, AS Kondratowicz, NJ Krogan, PS Shah, KA Fontaine
US Patent 10,004,751, 2018
Contributions of the international plant science community to the fight against human infectious diseases–part 1: epidemic and pandemic diseases
M Lobato Gomez, X Huang, D Alvarez, W He, C Baysal, C Zhu, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 19 (10), 1901-1920, 2021
Comparative mapping of host–pathogen protein–protein interactions
PS Shah, JA Wojcechowskyj, M Eckhardt, NJ Krogan
Current opinion in microbiology 27, 62-68, 2015
Genetic selection for context-dependent stochastic phenotypes: Sp1 and TATA mutations increase phenotypic noise in HIV-1 gene expression
K Miller-Jensen, R Skupsky, PS Shah, AP Arkin, DV Schaffer
PLoS computational biology 9 (7), e1003135, 2013
HIV develops indirect cross-resistance to combinatorial RNAi targeting two distinct and spatially distant sites
PS Shah, NP Pham, DV Schaffer
Molecular Therapy 20 (4), 840-848, 2012
Contributions of the international plant science community to the fight against infectious diseases in humans—part 2: Affordable drugs in edible plants for endemic and re …
W He, C Baysal, M Lobato Gómez, X Huang, D Alvarez, C Zhu, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 19 (10), 1921-1936, 2021
SARS-CoV-2 spike binding to ACE2 is stronger and longer ranged due to glycan interaction
Y Huang, BS Harris, SA Minami, S Jung, PS Shah, S Nandi, KA McDonald, ...
Biophysical journal 121 (1), 79-90, 2022
Computational models of HIV-1 resistance to gene therapy elucidate therapy design principles
S Aviran, PS Shah, DV Schaffer, AP Arkin
PLoS computational biology 6 (8), e1000883, 2010
Antiviral RNAi: translating science towards therapeutic success
PS Shah, DV Schaffer
Pharmaceutical research 28, 2966-2982, 2011
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