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David Knipe
David Knipe
Harvard Medical School
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Fields' virology
BN Fields
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007
2787*2007
Herpes simplex viruses
B Roizman
Fields virology, 2501-2602, 2007
11132007
Herpes simplex virus 1 interaction with Toll-like receptor 2 contributes to lethal encephalitis
EA Kurt-Jones, M Chan, S Zhou, J Wang, G Reed, R Bronson, MM Arnold, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (5), 1315-1320, 2004
7962004
An siRNA-based microbicide protects mice from lethal herpes simplex virus 2 infection
D Palliser, D Chowdhury, QY Wang, SJ Lee, RT Bronson, DM Knipe, ...
Nature 439 (7072), 89-94, 2006
5592006
Chromatin control of herpes simplex virus lytic and latent infection
DM Knipe, A Cliffe
Nature reviews microbiology 6 (3), 211-221, 2008
5232008
Thymidine kinase-negative herpes simplex virus mutants establish latency in mouse trigeminal ganglia but do not reactivate.
DM Coen, M Kosz-Vnenchak, JG Jacobson, DA Leib, CL Bogard, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (12), 4736-4740, 1989
4851989
Nuclear IFI16 induction of IRF-3 signaling during herpesviral infection and degradation of IFI16 by the viral ICP0 protein
MH Orzalli, NA DeLuca, DM Knipe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (44), E3008-E3017, 2012
4802012
Vaginal submucosal dendritic cells, but not Langerhans cells, induce protective Th1 responses to herpes simplex virus-2
X Zhao, E Deak, K Soderberg, M Linehan, D Spezzano, J Zhu, DM Knipe, ...
The Journal of experimental medicine 197 (2), 153-162, 2003
4682003
Immediate-early regulatory gene mutants define different stages in the establishment and reactivation of herpes simplex virus latency
DA Leib, DM Coen, CL Bogard, KA Hicks, DR Yager, DM Knipe, KL Tyler, ...
Journal of virology 63 (2), 759-768, 1989
4641989
Functions of cytoplasmic fibers in non-muscle cell motility
RD Goldman, DM Knipe
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 37, 523-534, 1973
4631973
A deletion mutant of the latency-associated transcript of herpes simplex virus type 1 reactivates from the latent state with reduced frequency
DA Leib, CL Bogard, M Kosz-Vnenchak, KA Hicks, DM Coen, DM Knipe, ...
Journal of virology 63 (7), 2893-2900, 1989
4271989
Bunyaviridae.
CS Schmaljohn
Virus Taxonomy, 300-315, 1995
4231995
The intranuclear location of a herpes simplex virus DNA-binding protein is determined by the status of viral DNA replication
MP Quinlan, LB Chen, DM Knipe
Cell 36 (4), 857-868, 1984
4051984
Molecular genetics of herpes simplex virus II. Mapping of the major viral glycoproteins and of the genetic loci specifying the social behavior of infected cells
WT Ruyechan, LS Morse, DM Knipe, B Roizman
Journal of virology 29 (2), 677-697, 1979
3621979
Formation of DNA replication structures in herpes virus-infected cells requires a viral DNA binding protein
A de Bruyn Kops, DM Knipe
Cell 55 (5), 857-868, 1988
3591988
Genetic evidence for two distinct transactivation functions of the herpes simplex virus alpha protein ICP27
SA Rice, DM Knipe
Journal of virology 64 (4), 1704-1715, 1990
3381990
Molecular genetics of herpes simplex virus. VII. Characterization of a temperature-sensitive mutant produced by in vitro mutagenesis and defective in DNA synthesis and …
AJ Conley, DM Knipe, PC Jones, B Roizman
Journal of virology 37 (1), 191-206, 1981
3311981
Stimulation of expression of a herpes simplex virus DNA-binding protein by two viral functions
MP Quinlan, DM Knipe
Molecular and Cellular Biology 5 (5), 957-963, 1985
3271985
Herpesviral latency-associated transcript gene promotes assembly of heterochromatin on viral lytic-gene promoters in latent infection
QY Wang, C Zhou, KE Johnson, RC Colgrove, DM Coen, DM Knipe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (44), 16055-16059, 2005
3202005
Alternative mechanisms for activation of human immunodeficiency virus enhancer in T cells
GJ Nabel, SA Rice, DM Knipe, D Baltimore
Science 239 (4845), 1299-1302, 1988
3121988
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