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2010 McArdle Publications

Berg, P., and Mertz, J. E.  Personal Reflections on the Origins and Emergence of Recombinant DNA Technology.  Genetics, 184:  9-17, 2010.

Bristol, J. A., Robinson, A. R., Barlow, E. A., and Kenney, S. C.  The Epstein-Barr Virus BZLF1 Protein Inhibits Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor 1 Expression through Effects on Cellular C/EBP Proteins.  J. Virol., 84:  12362-12374, 2010.

Bruce, J. W., Hierl, M., Young, J. A. T., and Ahlquist, P.  Cellular Transcription Factor ZASC1 Regulates Murine Leukemia Virus Transcription.  J. Virol., 84: 7473-7483, 2010.

Charoensuksai, P., and Xu, W.  PPARs in Rhythmic Metabolic Regulation and Implications in Health and Disease.  PPAR Res., 2010:243643, 2010.

Chumanov, R. S., and Burgess, R. R.  Expression, Purification, and Refolding of Active Nrf2 Transcription Factor Fused to Protein Transduction TAT Tag.  Protein Expr. Purif., 74:  280-288, 2010.

Chung, S.-H., Franceschi, S., and Lambert, P. F.  Estrogen and ERα: Culprits in Cervical Cancer?  Trends Endocrinol. Metab., 21: 504-511, 2010.

Dar, W. A., and Sugden, B.  Epstein-Barr Virus as a Pathogen.  In:  K. Khalili and K.-T. Jeang (Eds.), Viral Oncology:  Basic Science and Clinical Applications, Chapter 21, pp. 425-452.  New Jersey:  Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Click here for preview

DeCarlo, C. A., Severini, A., Edler, L., Escott, N. G., Lambert, P. F., Ulanova, M., and Zehbe, I.  IFN-κ, a Novel Type I IFN, Is Undetectable in HPV-Positive Human Cervical Keratinocytes.  Lab. Invest., 90:  1482-1491, 2010.

den Boon, J. A., and Ahlquist, P.  Organelle-Like Membrane Compartmentalization of Positive-Strand RNA Virus Replication Factories.  Annu. Rev. Microbiol., 64:  241-256, 2010.

den Boon, J. A., Diaz, A., and Ahlquist, P.  Cytoplasmic Viral Replication Complexes.  Cell Host Microbe, 8:  77-85, 2010.

Diaz, A., Wang, X., and Ahlquist, P.  Membrane-Shaping Host Reticulon Proteins Play Crucial Roles in Viral RNA Replication Compartment Formation and Function.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 107:  16291-16296, 2010.

Ellis, A. L., Wang, Z., Yu, X., and Mertz, J. E.  Either ZEB1 or ZEB2/SIP1 Can Play a Central Role in Regulating the Epstein-Barr Virus Latent-Lytic Switch in a Cell-Type-Specific Manner.  J. Virol., 84: 6139-6152, 2010.

Ellis-Connell, A. L., Iempridee, T., Xu, I., and Mertz, J. E.  Cellular MicroRNAs 200b and 429 Regulate the Epstein-Barr Virus Switch between Latency and Lytic Replication.  J. Virol., 84: 10329-10343, 2010.

Ellison-Zelski, S. J., and Alarid, E. T.  Maximum Growth and Survival of Estrogen Receptor-Alpha Positive Breast Cancer Cells Requires the Sin3A Transcriptional Repressor.  Mol. Cancer, 9:263, 2010.

Hagemeier, S. R., Dickerson, S. J., Meng, Q., Yu, X., Mertz, J. E., and Kenney, S. C.  Sumoylation of the Epstein-Barr Virus BZLF1 Protein Inhibits Its Transcriptional Activity and Is Regulated by the Virus-Encoded Protein Kinase.  J. Virol., 84: 4383-4394, 2010.

Huang, H.-S., Buck, C. B., and Lambert, P. F.  Inhibition of Gamma Secretase Blocks HPV Infection.  Virology, 407:  391-396, 2010.

Huang, S.-X., Powell, E., Rajski, S. R., Zhao, L.-X., Jiang, C.-L., Duan, Y., Xu, W., and Shen, B.  Discovery and Total Synthesis of a New Estrogen Receptor Heterodimerizing Actinopolymorphol A from Actinopolymorpha rutilus.  Org. Lett., 12: 3525-3527, 2010.

Jabbar, S., Strati, K., Shin, M. K., Pitot, H. C., and Lambert, P. F.  Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 and E7 Oncoproteins Act Synergistically to Cause Head and Neck Cancer in Mice.  Virology, 407: 60-67, 2010.

Jorgenson, T. C., Williams, B. R., Wendland, A., Bilger, A., Sandgren, E. P., and Drinkwater, N. R.  Identification of Susceptibility Loci in a Mouse Model of KRASG12D-Driven Pancreatic Cancer.  Cancer Res., 70:  8398-8406, 2010.

Kopek, B. G., Settles, E. W., Friesen, P. D., and Ahlquist, P.  Nodavirus-Induced Membrane Rearrangement in Replication Complex Assembly Requires Replicase Protein A, RNA Templates, and Polymerase Activity.  J. Virol., 84: 12492-12503, 2010.

Krueger, C., and Hoffmann, F. M.  Identification of Retinoic Acid in a High Content Screen for Agents that Overcome the Anti-myogenic Effect of TGF-Beta-1.  PLoS One, 5(11):e15511, 2010.

Kuny, C. V., Chinchilla, K., Culbertson, M. R., and Kalejta, R. F.  Cyclin-Dependent Kinase-Like Function Is Shared by the Beta- and Gamma- Subset of the Conserved Herpesvirus Protein Kinases.  PLoS Pathog., 6(9):e1001092, 2010.

Lentz, T. B., and Loeb, D. D.  Development of Cell Cultures That Express Hepatitis B Virus to High Levels and Accumulate cccDNA.  J. Virol. Methods, 169: 52-60, 2010.

Luo, Y., Li, W., Ju, J., Yuan, Q., Peters, N. R., Hoffmann, F. M., Huang, S.-X., Bugni, T. S., Rajski, S., Osada, H., and Shen, B.  Functional Characterization of TtnD and TtnF, Unveiling New Insights into Tautomycetin Biosynthesis.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132: 6663-6671, 2010.

Maguire, M. L., and Loeb, D. D.  cis-Acting Sequences That Contribute to Synthesis of Minus-Strand DNA Are Not Conserved between Hepadnaviruses.  J. Virol., 84: 12824-12831, 2010.

Marcheva, B., Moynihan Ramsey, K., Buhr, E. D., Kobayashi, Y., Su, H., Ko, C. H., Ivanova, G., Omura, C., Mo, S., Vitaterna, M. H., Lopez, J. P., Philipson, L. H., Bradfield, C. A., Crosby, S. D., JeBailey, L., Wang, X., Takahashi, J. S., and Bass, J.  Disruption of the Clock Components CLOCK and BMAL1 Leads to Hypoinsulinaemia and Diabetes.  Nature, 466:  627-631, 2010.

Mastroianni, M., Kim, S., Kim, Y. C., Esch, A., Wagner, C., and Alexander, C. M.  Wnt Signaling Can Substitute for Estrogen to Induce Division of ERα-Positive Cells in a Mouse Mammary Tumor Model.  Cancer Lett., 289: 23-31, 2010.

Maufort, J. P., Shai, A., Pitot, H. C., and Lambert, P. F.  A Role for HPV16 E5 in Cervical Carcinogenesis.  Cancer Res., 70:  2924-2931, 2010.

McIntosh, B. E., Hogenesch, J. B., and Bradfield, C. A.  Mammalian Per-Arnt-Sim Proteins in Environmental Adaptation.  Annu. Rev. Physiol., 72:  625-645, 2010.

Mehraein-Ghomi, F., Basu, H. S., Church, D. R., Hoffmann, F. M., and Wilding, G.  Androgen Receptor Requires JunD as a Coactivator to Switch on an Oxidative Stress Generation Pathway in Prostate Cancer Cells.  Cancer Res., 70: 4560-4568, 2010.

Meng, Q., Hagemeier, S. R., Kuny, C. V., Kalejta, R. F., and Kenney, S. C.  Simian Virus 40 T/t Antigens and Lamin A/C Small Interfering RNA Rescue the Phenotype of an Epstein-Barr Virus Protein Kinase (BGLF4) Mutant.  J. Virol., 84: 4524-4533, 2010.

Meng, Q., Hagemeier, S. R., Fingeroth, J. D., Gershburg, E., Pagano, J. S., and Kenney, S. C.  The Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV)-Encoded Protein Kinase, EBV-PK, but Not the Thymidine Kinase (EBV-TK), Is Required for Ganciclovir and Acyclovir Inhibition of Lytic Viral Production.  J. Virol., 84: 4534-4542, 2010.

Mezrich, J. D., Fechner, J. H., Zhang, X., Johnson, B. P., Burlingham, W. J., and Bradfield, C. A.  An Interaction between Kynurenine and the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Can Generate Regulatory T Cells.  J. Immunol., 185:  3190-3198, 2010.

Nukaya, M., Lin, B. C., Glover, E., Moran, S. M., Kennedy, G. D., and Bradfield, C. A.  The Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor-Interacting Protein (AIP) Is Required for Dioxin-Induced Hepatotoxicity but Not for the Induction of the Cyp1a1 and Cyp1a2 Genes.  J. Biol. Chem., 285:  35599-35605, 2010.

Nukaya, M., Walisser, J. A., Moran, S. M., Kennedy, G. D., and Bradfield, C. A.  Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Nuclear Translocator in Hepatocytes Is Required for Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor-Mediated Adaptive and Toxic Responses in Liver.  Toxicol. Sci., 118: 554-563, 2010.

Park, J. W., Pitot, H. C., Strati, K., Spardy, N., Duensing, S., Grompe, M., and Lambert, P. F.  Deficiencies in the Fanconi Anemia DNA Damage Response Pathway Increase Sensitivity to HPV-Associated Head and Neck Cancer.  Cancer Res., 70:  9959-9968, 2010.

Penkert, R. R., and Kalejta, R. F.  Nuclear Localization of Tegument-Delivered pp71 in Human Cytomegalovirus-Infected Cells Is Facilitated by One or More Factors Present in Terminally Differentiated Fibroblasts.  J. Virol., 84: 9853-9863, 2010. 

Porterfield, J. Z., Dhason, M. S., Loeb, D. D., Nassal, M., Stray, S. J., and Zlotnick, A.  Full-Length Hepatitis B Virus Core Protein Packages Viral and Heterologous RNA with Similarly High Levels of Cooperativity.  J. Virol., 84: 7174-7184, 2010.

Powell, E., Huang, S.-X., Xu, Y., Rajski, S. R., Wang, Y., Peters, N., Guo, S., Xu, H. E., Hoffmann, F. M., Shen, B., and Xu, W.  Identification and Characterization of a Novel Estrogenic Ligand Actinopolymorphol A.  Biochem. Pharmacol., 80: 1221-1229, 2010.

Powell, E., Wang, Y., Shapiro, D. J., and Xu, W.  Differential Requirements of Hsp90 and DNA for the Formation of Estrogen Receptor Homodimers and Heterodimers.  J. Biol. Chem., 285: 16125-16134, 2010.

Powell, E., Xie, W., and Xu, W.  Molecular Players and Cellular Pathways in Estrogen-Modulated Breast Cancer.  In:  Female Sex Hormones and Cancers, Chapter 2, pp. 25-62.  New York:  Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2010.

Powers, G. L., Ellison-Zelski, S. J., Casa, A. J., Lee, A. V., and Alarid, E. T.  Proteasome Inhibition Represses ERα Gene Expression in ER + Cells:  A New Link between Proteasome Activity and Estrogen Signaling in Breast Cancer.  Oncogene, 29: 1509-1518, 2010.

Richard, C., Lanner, C., Naryzhny, S. N., Sherman, L., Lee, H., Lambert, P. F., and Zehbe, I.  The Immortalizing and Transforming Ability of Two Common Human Papillomavirus 16 E6 Variants with Different Prevalences in Cervical Cancer.  Oncogene, 29: 3435-3445, 2010.

Ryan, J. L., Jones, R. J., Kenney, S. C., Rivenbark, A. G., Tang, W., Knight, E. R. W., Coleman, W. B., and Gulley, M. L.  Epstein-Barr Virus-Specific Methylation of Human Genes in Gastric Cancer Cells.  Infect. Agents Cancer, 5:27, 2010.

Saffert, R. T., Penkert, R. R., and Kalejta, R. F.  Cellular and Viral Control over the Initial Events of Human Cytomegalovirus Experimental Latency in CD34+ Cells.  J. Virol., 84: 5594-5604, 2010.

Shai, A., Pitot, H. C., and Lambert, P. F.  E6-Associated Protein Is Required for Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 to Cause Cervical Cancer in Mice.  Cancer Res., 70:  5064-5073, 2010.

Shanle, E. K., and Xu, W.  Selectively Targeting Estrogen Receptors for Cancer Treatment.  Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev., 62: 1265-1276, 2010.

Shen, A. L., O’Leary, K. A., Dubielzig, R. R., Drinkwater, N., Murphy, C. J., Kasper, C. B., and Bradfield, C. A.  The PPCD1 Mouse:  Characterization of a Mouse Model for Posterior Polymorphous Corneal Dystrophy and Identification of a Candidate Gene.  PLoS One, 5(8):e12213, 2010.

Stelzer, M. K., Pitot, H. C., Liem, A., Lee, D., Kennedy, G. D., and Lambert, P. F.  Rapamycin Inhibits Anal Carcinogenesis in Two Preclinical Animal Models.  Cancer Prev. Res., 3:  1542-1551, 2010.

Stelzer, M. K., Pitot, H. C., Liem, A., Schweizer, J., Mahoney, C., and Lambert, P. F.  A Mouse Model for Human Anal Cancer.  Cancer Prev. Res., 3: 1534-1541, 2010.

Sun, X., and Kenney, S. C.  Hsp90 Inhibitors:  A Potential Treatment for Latent EBV Infection?  Cell Cycle, 9: 1665-1666, 2010.

Sun, X., Barlow, E. A., Ma, S., Hagemeier, S. R., Duellman, S. J., Burgess, R. R., Tellam, J., Khanna, R., and Kenney, S. C.  Hsp90 Inhibitors Block Outgrowth of EBV-Infected Malignant Cells in Vitro and in Vivo through an EBNA1-Dependent Mechanism.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 107:  3146-3151, 2010.

Szybalski, W.  Professor Alexander Zawadzki of Lvov University – Gregor Mendel’s Mentor and Inspirer.  Biopolym. Cell, 26:  83-86, 2010.

Tang, W., Harmon, P., Gulley, M. L., Mwansambo, C., Kazembe, P. N., Martinson, F., Wokocha, C., Kenney, S. C., Hoffman, I., Sigel, C., Maygarden, S., Hoffman, M., and Shores, C.  Viral Response to Chemotherapy in Endemic Burkitt Lymphoma.  Clin. Cancer Res., 16: 2055-2064, 2010.

van Boxtel, R., Gould, M. N., Cuppen, E., and Smits, B. M. G.  ENU Mutagenesis to Generate Genetically Modified Rat Models.  In:  I. Anegon (Ed.), Rat Genomics:  Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 597, pp. 151-167, 2010.

Vereide, D., and Sugden, B.  Insights into the Evolution of Lymphomas Induced by Epstein-Barr Virus.  Adv. Cancer Res., 108:  1-19, 2010.

Vrentas, C. E., Gaal, T., Burgess, R. R., and Gourse, R. L.  An Improved Procedure for the Purification of the Escherichia coli RNA Polymerase Omega Subunit.  Protein Expr. Purif., 71: 190-194, 2010.

Wang, J., Liu, Y., Li, Z., Du, J., Ryu, M.-J., Taylor, P. R., Fleming, M. D., Young, K. H., Pitot, H., and Zhang, J.  Endogenous Oncogenic Nras Mutation Promotes Aberrant GM-CSF Signaling in Granulocytic/Monocytic Precursors in a Murine  Model of Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia.  Blood, 116: 5991-6002, 2010.

Yang, Y., Lu, Y., Espejo, A., Wu, J., Xu, W., Liang, S., and Bedford, M. T.  TDRD3 Is an Effector Molecule for Arginine-Methylated Histone Marks.  Mol. Cell, 40:  1016-1023, 2010.

Zhao, K., Liu, M., and Burgess, R. R.  Promoter and Regulon Analysis of Nitrogen Assimilation Factor, σ54, Reveal Alternative Strategy for E. coli MG1655 Flagellar Biosynthesis.  Nucleic Acids Res., 38: 1273-1283, 2010.

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