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Virus Assembly and Exit Pathways. Advances in Virus Research Volume 108

  • ID: 5029616
  • Book
  • October 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Advances in Virus Research, Volume 108, in this ongoing series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on topics including Virus infections of the developing brain, Geminivirus assembly, Flavivirus assembly, Cell-cell transmission, Archael virus assembly, Potyvirus assembly, Poxvirus assembly and exit, Mycovirus assembly, Reo/orbivirus assembly and exit, Giant virus assembly, Quasi-enveloped virus assembly/exit, and Betaherpesvirus assembly and exit.

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1. Geminivirus structure and assembly

Antonette Bennett and Mavis Agbandje-McKenna

2. Structure-guided paradigm shifts in flavivirus assembly and maturation mechanisms

Conrrad M. R. Nicholls, Madhumati Sevvana and Richard J. Kuhn

3. Viral cell-to-cell spread: Conventional and non-conventional ways

Nicolas Cifuentes-Munoz, Farah El Najjar and Rebecca Ellis Dutch

4. Structure and assembly of archaeal viruses

Diana P. Baquero, Ying Liu, Fengbin Wang, Edward H. Egelman, David Prangishvili and Mart Krupovic

5. Potyviral coat protein and genomic RNA: A striking partnership leading virion assembly and more

Sandra Martínez-Turiño and Juan Antonio García

6. Structure and assembly of double-stranded RNA mycovirus

Carlos P. Mata, Javier M. Rodríguez, Nobuhiro Suzuki and José R. Castón

7. Bluetongue virus assembly and exit pathways

Polly Roy

8. Current capsid assembly models of icosahedral nucleocytoviricota viruses

Yuejiao Xian and Chuan Xiao

9. Quasi-enveloped hepatitis virus assembly and release

Zongdi Feng

10. Betaherpesvirus assembly and egress: Recent advances illuminate the path

Amina S. Wofford, Ian McCusker, Jillian C. Green, Taylor A. Vensko and Philip E. Pellett
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Margaret Kielian Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY, USA.

Professor Margaret Kielian works at the Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA.
Thomas Mettenleiter Institute of Molecular Biology, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Greifswald, Germany.

Born: March 18, 1957 in Goeppingen, Germany

Nationality: German

1963-1967: Elementary School

1967-1976: High School (Gymnasium)

1976: Diploma (Abitur)

1976-1977: Compulsory Military Service

1977-1982: Study of biology at Tuebingen University, Germany

1982-1985: Ph.D. work at Federal Research Centre for Virus Diseases of Animals,

Tuebingen, Germany

1985: Ph.D. in Genetics

1986-1987: Postdoctoral Fellow at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Department of Microbiology

1988-today: Federal Research Centre for Virus Diseases of Animals

1990: Habilitation (prerequisite for professorship)

since 1994: Director of the Institute of Molecular Biology at the Federal Research Centre for Virus Diseases of Animals, Insel Riems, Germany

since 1996: President of the Federal Research Centre for Virus Diseases of Animals (renamed in 2004 'Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut')

since 1997: Professor of Virology at University of Greifswald

Scientific Work:

More than 300 peer-reviewed publications in international journals (listed in PubMed) on different aspects of infectious animal diseases.
Marilyn J. Roossinck Professor, Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA.

Prof. Marilyn J. Roossinck works at the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA.
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