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  1. Van Valen, D., Wu, D., Chen, Y., Tuson, H., Wiggins, P., Phillips, R. (2012). A Single-Molecule Hershey-Chase ExperimentCurrent Biology, 22, 1339-1343  

  1. Munson-McGee, J. H., Rooney, C., Young, M.J. (2020). An Uncultivated Virus Infecting a  Nanoarchaeal Parasite in the Hot Springs of Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Virology, 94(3), 1-10.
  2. Kim, K., Narayanan, J., Sen, A., Shankararaman, C. (2021). Virus removal and inactivation mechanisms during Iron ElectrocoagulationEnvironmental Science & Technology, 55, 13198-13208. 

  1. Zhang, H., Zhu, Y., Liu, Z., ... Liu, Q., Wang, P., Cheng, G., (2022). A volatile from the skin microbiota of flavivirusinfected hosts promotes mosquito attractivenessCell, 185, 2510-2522. 

  1. Spiegelman, S., Haruna, I., Holland, I. B., Beaudreau, G., Mills, D. (1965). THE SYNTHESIS OF A SELF-PROPAGATING AND INFECTIOUS NUCLEIC ACID WITH A PURIFIED ENZYMEBiochemistry, 54, 919-927. 

  1. Mancy, R., Rajeev, M., Lugelo, A., Brunker, K., Cleaveland, S., Ferguson, E. A., Hotopp, K., Kazwala, Rl, Magoto, M., Rysava, K,. Yadon, D. T., Hampson, K., (2022). Rabies shows how scale of transmission can enable acute infections to persist at low prevalence. Science, 376, 512-516. 

  1. Baltimore, D. (1970). Viral RNA-dependent DNA Polymerase. Nature, 226, 1209-1211.


  1. Swanson, N. A., Lokareddy, R. K., Li, F., ... Pumroy. R., A., Moiseenkova-Bell, V. Y., Cingolani, G. (2021). Cryo-EM structure of the periplasmic tunnel of T7 DNA-ejectosome at 2.7 A° resolutionMolecular Cell, 81, 3145-3159. 

  1. Enders, J. F., Weller, T. H., Robbins, F. C. (1949). Cultivation of the Lansing Strain of Poliomyelitis Virus in Cultures of Various Human Embryonic TissuesScience, 109, 85-87. 

  1. Nachbagauer, R., Feser, J., Navicy, A., Bernstein, D. I., Guptill, J., Walter, E. B., Berlanda-Scorza, F., Stadibauer, D., ... Garcia-Saister, A., Palese, P., Krammer, F. (2021). A chimeric hemagglutinin-based universal influenza virus vaccine approach induces broad and long-lasting immunity in a randomized, placebo-controlled phase I trialNature Medicine, 27, 106-114

  1. Worobey, M. et al. (2022). The Huanan Seafood Wholesale market in wuhan was the early epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemicScience, 1-17. 

  1. Kanter, J., Walters, M. C.,  et al. (2022). Biologic and Clinical Efficacy of LentiGlobin for Sickle Cell Disease . The New England Journal of Medicine, 386(7), 617-28. 


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