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  • Development of a foot-and-mouth disease virus replicon system for the study of RNA replication 

    Tulloch, Fiona (University of St Andrews, 2015-03) - Thesis
    Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a highly infectious disease of wild and domestic cloven–hoofed animals such as cattle, swine and deer. It is caused by one of the most contagious animal diseases known; FMD virus (FMDV). ...
  • Influenza A viruses and PI3K signalling 

    Hale, Benjamin G. (University of St Andrews, 2007-09-28) - Thesis
    The influenza A virus non-structural (NS1) protein is multifunctional, and during virus-infection NS1 interacts with several factors in order to manipulate host-cell processes. This study reports that NS1 binds directly ...
  • Phocine distemper Virus : current knowledge and future directions 

    Duignan, P.J.; Van Bressem, M.-F.; Baker, J.D.; Barbieri, M.; Colegrove, K.M.; de Guise, S.; de Swart, R.L.; di Guardo, G.; Dobson, A.; Duprex, W.P.; Early, G.; Fauquier, D.; Goldstein, T.; Goodman, S.J.; Grenfell, B.; Groch, K.R.; Gulland, F.; Hall, A.; Jensen, B.A.; Lamy, K.; Matassa, K.; Mazzariol, S.; Morris, S.E.; Nielsen, O.; Rotstein, D.; Rowles, T.K.; Saliki, J.T.; Siebert, U.; Waltzek, T.; Wellehan, J.F. (2014-12-22) - Journal article
    Phocine distemper virus (PDV) was first recognized in 1988 following a massive epidemic in harbor and grey seals in north-western Europe. Since then, the epidemiology of infection in North Atlantic and Arctic pinnipeds has ...