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American Society for Microbiology: Journal of Virology
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1 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 Protective efficacy of rhesus adenovirus COVID-19 vaccines against mouse-adapted SARS-CoV-2 Lisa H. Tostanoski, Lisa E. Gralinski, David R. Martinez, Alexandra Schaefer, Shant H. Mahrokhian, Zhenfeng Li, et al. (+11)
2 [GO] 2021―Sep―15 The NF-κB transcriptional footprint is essential for SARS-CoV-2 replication Benjamin E. Nilsson-Payant, Skyler Uhl, Adrien Grimont, Ashley S. Doane, Phillip Cohen, Roosheel S. Patel, et al. (+12)
3 [GO] 2021―Sep―08 Cytoplasmic tail truncation of SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein enhances titer of pseudotyped vectors but masks the effect of the D614G mutation Hsu-Yu Chen, Chun Huang, Lu Tian, Xiaoli Huang, Chennan Zhang, George N. Llewellyn, et al. (+5)
4 [GO] 2021―Sep―08 A bifluorescent-based assay for the identification of neutralizing antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern in vitro and in vivo Kevin Chiem, Desarey Morales Vasquez, Jesus A. Silvas, Jun-Gyu Park, Michael S. Piepenbrink, Julien Sourimant, et al. (+9)
5 [GO] 2021―Aug―25 A novel potentially recombinant rodent coronavirus with a polybasic cleavage site in the spike protein Xin Li, Liang Wang, Peipei Liu, Hongying Li, Shuting Huo, Kexin Zong, et al. (+10)
6 [GO] 2021―Aug―18 Establishment of Full-length cDNA Clones and an Efficient Oral Infection Model for Feline Coronavirus in Cats Gang Wang, Guangli Hu, Rui Liang, Jiale Shi, Xiuxiu Qiu, Yiling Yang, et al. (+7)
7 [GO] 2021―Aug―18 Synergistic block of SARS-CoV-2 infection by combined drug inhibition of the host entry factors PIKfyve kinase and TMPRSS2 protease Alex J.B. Kreutzberger, Anwesha Sanyal, Ravi Ojha, Jesse D. Pyle, Olli Vapalahti, Giuseppe Balistreri, Tom Kirchhausen
8 [GO] 2021―Aug―18 Natural isolate and recombinant SARS-CoV-2 rapidly evolve in vitro to higher infectivity through more efficient binding to heparan sulfate and reduced S1/S2 cleavage. Nikita Shiliaev, Tetyana Lukash, Oksana Palchevska, David K. Crossman, Todd J. Green, Michael R. Crowley, et al. (+2)
9 [GO] 2021―Aug―18 Deletion of A137R gene from the pandemic strain of African swine fever virus is attenuated and offers protection against virulent pandemic virus Douglas P. Gladue, Elizabeth Ramirez-Medina, Elizabeth Vuono, Ediane Silva, Ayushi Rai, Sarah Pruitt, et al. (+3)
10 [GO] 2021―Aug―11 A methyltransferase-defective VSV-based SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidate provides complete protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection in hamsters Mijia Lu, Yuexiu Zhang, Piyush Dravid, Anzhong Li, Cong Zeng, Mahesh K. C., et al. (+16)
11 [GO] 2021―Aug―11 Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection upregulates negative immune regulators and T-cell exhaustion markers Jayeshbhai Chaudhari, Chia-Sin Liew, Jean-Jack M. Riethoven, Sarah Sillman, Hiep L. X. Vu
12 [GO] 2021―Jul―28 Kinetic multi-omic analysis of responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection in a model of severe COVID-19 Angelene M. Cantwell, Harinder Singh, Maryann Platt, Yanbao Yu, Yi-Han Lin, Yuji Ikeno, et al. (+4)
13 [GO] 2021―Jul―21 Characterisation of a novel ACE2-based therapeutic with enhanced rather than reduced activity against SARS-CoV-2 variants. Mathieu Ferrari, Leila Mekkaoui, F. Tudor Ilca, Zulaikha Akbar, Reyisa Bughda, Katarina Lamb, et al. (+14)
14 [GO] 2021―Jul―14 SARS-CoV-2 disrupts proximal elements in the JAK-STAT pathway Da-Yuan Chen, Nazimuddin Khan, Brianna J. Close, Raghuveera K. Goel, Benjamin Blum, Alexander H. Tavares, et al. (+13)
15 [GO] 2021―Jun―30 Construction of a non-infectious SARS-CoV-2 replicon for antiviral drug testing and gene function studies Hai Trong Nguyen, Darryl Falzarano, Volker Gerdts, Qiang Liu
16 [GO] 2021―Jun―23 SARS-CoV-2 spike protein induces paracrine senescence and leukocyte adhesion in endothelial cells Keith Meyer, Tapas Patra, Ranjit Ray
17 [GO] 2021―Jun―16 Contribution of SARS-CoV-2 accessory proteins to viral pathogenicity in K18 hACE2 transgenic mice Jesus A. Silvas, Desarey Morales Vasquez, Jun-Gyu Park, Kevin Chiem, Anna Allué-Guardia, Andreu Garcia-Vilanova, et al. (+11)
18 [GO] 2021―Jun―16 SARS-CoV-2 NSP12 protein is not an IFN-β antagonist Aixin Li, Kaitao Zhao, Bei Zhang, Rong Hua, Yujie Fang, Wuhui Jiang, et al. (+8)
19 [GO] 2021―Jun―13 Viral and host transcriptomes in SARS-CoV-2 infected human lung cells Xuefeng Wang, Yudong Zhao, Feihu Yan, Tiecheng Wang, Weiyang Sun, Na Feng, et al. (+6)
20 [GO] 2021―Jun―13 N- (4-Hydroxyphenyl) retinamide suppresses SARS-CoV-2 spike protein-mediated cell-cell fusion by a dihydroceramide Δ4-desaturase 1-independent mechanism Yasuhiro Hayashi, Kiyoto Tsuchiya, Mizuki Yamamoto, Yoko Nemoto-Sasaki, Kazunari Tanigawa, Kotaro Hama, et al. (+6)
21 [GO] 2021―Jun―13 V367F mutation in SARS-CoV-2 spike RBD emerging during the early transmission phase enhances viral infectivity through increased human ACE2 receptor binding affinity Junxian Ou, Zhonghua Zhou, Ruixue Dai, Jing Zhang, Shan Zhao, Xiaowei Wu, et al. (+10)
22 [GO] 2021―Jun―11 Identification of an intramolecular switch that controls the interaction of the helicase nsp10 with the membrane-associated nsp12 of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus Yunhao Hu, Purui Ke, Peng Gao, Yongning Zhang, Lei Zhou, Xinna Ge, et al. (+3)
23 [GO] 2021―Jun―04 Coronavirus PEDV nucleocapsid protein interacts with p53 to induce cell cycle arrest in S-phase and promotes viral replication Mingjun Su, Da Shi, Xiaoxu Xing, Shanshan Qi, Dan Yang, Jiyu Zhang, et al. (+11)
24 [GO] 2021―May―19 Structural analysis of the OC43 coronavirus 2′-O-RNA methyltransferase Pavel Dostalik, Petra Krafcikova, Jan Silhan, Jan Kozic, Dominika Chalupska, Karel Chalupsky, Evzen Boura
25 [GO] 2021―May―19 Unique mutations in the MHV macrodomain differentially attenuate virus replication, indicating multiple roles for the macrodomain in coronavirus replication Lynden S. Voth, Joseph J. O’Connor, Catherine M. Kerr, Ethan Doerger, Nancy Schwarting, Parker Sperstad, et al. (+2)
26 [GO] 2021―May―13 Host-virus chimeric events in SARS-CoV2 infected cells are infrequent and artifactual Bingyu Yan, Srishti Chakravorty, Carmen Mirabelli, Luopin Wang, Jorge L. Trujillo-Ochoa, Daniel Chauss, et al. (+6)
27 [GO] 2021―May―06 ILRUN downregulates ACE2 expression and blocks infection of human cells by SARS-CoV-2 Leon Tribolet, Marina R. Alexander, Aaron M. Brice, Petrus Jansen van Vuren, Christina L. Rootes, Kostlend Mara, et al. (+7)
28 [GO] 2021―May―06 Targeting the conserved stem loop 2 motif in the SARS-CoV-2 genome Valeria Lulla, Michal P. Wandel, Katarzyna J. Bandyra, Rachel Ulferts, Mary Wu, Tom Dendooven, et al. (+12)
29 [GO] 2021―May―06 SARS-CoV-2 spike protein stabilized in the closed state induces potent neutralizing responses. George W. Carnell, Katarzyna A. Ciazynska, David A. Wells, Xiaoli Xiong, Ernest T. Aguinam, Stephen H. McLaughlin, et al. (+10)
30 [GO] 2021―May―05 A cell culture-adapted vaccine virus against the current pandemic African swine fever virus strain M. V. Borca, A. Rai, E. Ramirez-Medina, E. Silva, L. Velazquez-Salinas, E. Vuono, et al. (+3)
31 [GO] 2021―Apr―28 Inhibitors of coronavirus 3CL proteases protect cells from protease-mediated cytotoxicity Samuel J. Resnick, Sho Iketani, Seo Jung Hong, Arie Zask, Hengrui Liu, Sungsoo Kim, et al. (+12)
32 [GO] 2021―Apr―26 Human nasal and lung tissues infected ex vivo with SARS-CoV-2 provide insights into differential tissue-specific and virus-specific innate immune responses in the upper and lower respiratory tract Or Alfi, Arkadi Yakirevitch, Ori Wald, Ori Wandel, Uzi Izhar, Esther Oiknine-Djian, et al. (+15)
33 [GO] 2021―Apr―26 Correlates of Neutralization Against SARS-CoV-2 Variants of Concern by Early Pandemic Sera Samuel J. Vidal, Ai-ris Y. Collier, Jingyou Yu, Katherine McMahan, Lisa H. Tostanoski, John D. Ventura, et al. (+11)
34 [GO] 2021―Apr―20 SARS-CoV-2 non-structural protein 1 inhibits the interferon response by causing depletion of key host signaling factors. Anil Kumar, Ray Ishida, Tania Strilets, Jamie Cole, Joaquin Lopez-Orozco, Nawell Fayad, et al. (+8)
35 [GO] 2021―Apr―08 Transmission and protection against re-infection in the ferret model with the SARS-CoV-2 USA-WA1/2020 reference isolate Devanshi R. Patel, Cassandra J. Field, Kayla M. Septer, Derek G. Sim, Matthew J. Jones, Talia A. Heinly, et al. (+3)
36 [GO] 2021―Apr―01 Activation of STING signaling pathway effectively blocks human coronavirus infection Wei Liu, Hanako M. Reyes, June F. Yang, Yize Li, Kathleen M. Stewart, Maria C. Basil, et al. (+5)
37 [GO] 2021―Mar―31 The physiological TMPRSS2 inhibitor HAI-2 alleviates SARS-CoV-2 infection Yuriko Tomita, Shutoku Matsuyama, Hideo Fukuhara, Katsumi Maenaka, Hiroaki Kataoka, Takao Hashiguchi, Makoto Takeda
38 [GO] 2021―Mar―17 The furin-S2’ site in avian coronavirus plays a key role in central nervous system damage progression Jinlong Cheng, Ye Zhao, Yanxin Hu, Jing Zhao, Jia Xue, Guozhong Zhang
39 [GO] 2021―Mar―17 Deletion of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Cytoplasmic Tail Increases Infectivity in Pseudovirus Neutralization Assays Jingyou Yu, Zhenfeng Li, Xuan He, Makda S. Gebre, Esther A. Bondzie, Huahua Wan, et al. (+5)
40 [GO] 2021―Mar―11 Cryo-EM structure of S-Trimer, a subunit vaccine candidate for COVID-19 Jiahao Ma, Danmei Su, Yinyan Sun, Xueqin Huang, Ying Liang, Linqiang Fang, et al. (+4)
41 [GO] 2021―Mar―11 Coronavirus-Specific Antibody Cross Reactivity in Rhesus Macaques Following SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination and Infection Catherine Jacob-Dolan, Jared Feldman, Katherine McMahan, Jingyou Yu, Roland Zahn, Frank Wegmann, et al. (+3)
42 [GO] 2021―Mar―11 The PRRA insert at the S1/S2 site modulates cellular tropism of SARS-CoV-2 and ACE2 usage by the closely related Bat RaTG13 Shufeng Liu, Prabhuanand Selvaraj, Christopher Z. Lien, Ivette A. Nunez, Wells W. Wu, Chao-Kai Chou, Tony T. Wang
43 [GO] 2021―Mar―10 Susceptibility of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) to SARS-CoV-2 Mitchell V. Palmer, Mathias Martins, Shollie Falkenberg, Alexandra Buckley, Leonardo C. Caserta, Patrick K. Mitchell, et al. (+8)
44 [GO] 2021―Mar―10 SARS-CoV-2 rapidly adapts in aged BALB/c mice and induces typical pneumonia Yufei Zhang, Kun Huang, Ting Wang, Fei Deng, Wenxiao Gong, Xianfeng Hui, et al. (+13)
45 [GO] 2021―Mar―04 Potent Neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 by Hetero-bivalent Alpaca Nanobodies Targeting the Spike Receptor-Binding Domain Huan Ma, Weihong Zeng, Xiangzhi Meng, Xiaoxue Huang, Yunru Yang, Dan Zhao, et al. (+9)
46 [GO] 2021―Mar―01 Genomic characterization of a novel SARS-CoV-2 lineage from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Carolina M. Voloch, Ronaldo da Silva Francisco, Luiz G. P. de Almeida, Cynthia C. Cardoso, Otavio J. Brustolini, Alexandra L. Gerber, et al. (+12)
47 [GO] 2021―Feb―26 SARS-CoV-2 causes severe epithelial inflammation and barrier dysfunction Stefanie Deinhardt-Emmer, Sarah Böttcher, Clio Häring, Liane Giebeler, Andreas Henke, Roland Zell, et al. (+14)
48 [GO] 2021―Feb―25 Potential differences in cleavage of the S protein and type-1 interferon together control human coronavirus infection, propagation, and neuropathology within the central nervous system Alain Le Coupanec, Marc Desforges, Benedikt Kaufer, Philippe Dubeau, Marceline Côté, Pierre J. Talbot
49 [GO] 2021―Feb―24 A comparative analysis of SARS-CoV-2 antivirals characterizes 3CLpro inhibitor PF-00835231 as a potential new treatment for COVID-19 Maren de Vries, Adil S. Mohamed, Rachel A. Prescott, Ana M. Valero-Jimenez, Ludovic Desvignes, Rebecca O’Connor, et al. (+11)
50 [GO] 2021―Feb―19 SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV spike-mediated cell-cell fusion differ in the requirements for receptor expression and proteolytic activation Bojan F. Hörnich, Anna K. Großkopf, Sarah Schlagowski, Matthias Tenbusch, Hannah Kleine-Weber, Frank Neipel, et al. (+2)
51 [GO] 2021―Feb―10 The polybasic cleavage site in the SARS-CoV-2 spike modulates viral sensitivity to Type I interferon and IFITM2 Helena Winstone, Maria Jose Lista, Alisha C Reid, Clement Bouton, Suzanne Pickering, Rui Pedro Galao, et al. (+4)
52 [GO] 2021―Jan―29 SARS-CoV-2 triggers an MDA-5-dependent interferon response which is unable to control replication in lung epithelial cells Antoine Rebendenne, Ana Luiza Chaves Valadão, Marine Tauziet, Ghizlane Maarifi, Boris Bonaventure, Joe McKellar, et al. (+5)
53 [GO] 2021―Jan―21 The time for COVID-19 vaccination Esteban Domingo, Celia Perales
54 [GO] 2021―Jan―21 Comparison of Subgenomic and Total RNA in SARS-CoV-2 Challenged Rhesus Macaques Gabriel Dagotto, Noe B. Mercado, David R. Martinez, Yixuan J. Hou, Joseph P. Nkolola, Robert H. Carnahan, et al. (+3)
55 [GO] 2021―Jan―14 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs dampen the cytokine and antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 infection Jennifer S. Chen, Mia Madel Alfajaro, Ryan D. Chow, Jin Wei, Renata B. Filler, Stephanie C. Eisenbarth, Craig B. Wilen
56 [GO] 2021―Jan―12 Generation and Characterization of recombinant SARS-CoV-2 expressing reporter genes Kevin Chiem, Desarey Morales Vasquez, Jun-Gyu Park, Roy Neal Platt, Tim Anderson, Mark R. Walter, et al. (+3)
57 [GO] 2021―Jan―07 COVID-19 vaccine candidates based on modified vaccinia virus Ankara expressing the SARS-CoV-2 spike induce robust T- and B-cell immune responses and full efficacy in mice Juan García-Arriaza, Urtzi Garaigorta, Patricia Pérez, Adrián Lázaro-Frías, Carmen Zamora, Pablo Gastaminza, et al. (+5)
58 [GO] 2020―Dec―22 Coronavirus Endoribonuclease Ensures Efficient Viral Replication and Prevents Protein Kinase R Activation Jing Zhao, Lu Sun, Ye Zhao, Delan Feng, Jinlong Cheng, Guozhong Zhang
59 [GO] 2020―Dec―22 Identification of SARS-CoV-2 Nucleocapsid and Spike T-cell Epitopes for Assessing T-cell Immunity Eunok Lee, Kerrie Sandgren, Gabriel Duette, Vicki V. Stylianou, Rajiv Khanna, John-Sebastian Eden, et al. (+4)
60 [GO] 2020―Dec―14 Spike glycoprotein and host cell determinants of SARS-CoV-2 entry and cytopathic effects Hanh T. Nguyen, Shijian Zhang, Qian Wang, Saumya Anang, Jia Wang, Haitao Ding, et al. (+2)
61 [GO] 2020―Dec―03 Identification of HLA-A*02:01-restricted candidate epitopes derived from the non-structural polyprotein 1a of SARS-CoV-2 that may be natural targets of CD8+ T cell recognition in vivo Akira Takagi, Masanori Matsui
62 [GO] 2020―Dec―02 The global and local distribution of RNA structure throughout the SARS-CoV-2 genome Rafael de Cesaris Araujo Tavares, Gandhar Mahadeshwar, Han Wan, Nicholas C. Huston, Anna Marie Pyle
63 [GO] 2020―Dec―01 A Versatile Reporter System to Monitor Virus Infected Cells and Its Application to Dengue Virus and SARS-CoV-2 Felix Pahmeier, Christopher J. Neufeldt, Berati Cerikan, Vibhu Prasad, Costantin Pape, Vibor Laketa, et al. (+3)
64 [GO] 2020―Dec―01 Vaccines That Reduce Viral Shedding Do Not Prevent Transmission of H1N1 Pandemic 2009 Swine Influenza a Virus Infection to Unvaccinated Pigs Helen E. Everett, Pauline M. van Diemen, Mario Aramouni, Andrew Ramsay, Vivien J. Coward, Vincent Pavot, et al. (+9)
65 [GO] 2020―Nov―24 Structure of nonstructural protein 1 from SARS-CoV-2. Lauren K. Clark, Todd J. Green, Chad M. Petit
66 [GO] 2020―Nov―20 HTCC as a Polymeric Inhibitor of SARS-CoV-2 and MERS-CoV Aleksandra Milewska, Ying Chi, Artur Szczepanski, Emilia Barreto-Duran, Agnieszka Dabrowska, Pawel Botwina, et al. (+14)
67 [GO] 2020―Nov―11 Effective Inhibition of SARS-CoV-2 Entry by Heparin and Enoxaparin Derivatives Ritesh Tandon, Joshua S. Sharp, Fuming Zhang, Vitor H. Pomin, Nicole M. Ashpole, Dipanwita Mitra, et al. (+5)
68 [GO] 2020―Nov―09 The SARS-CoV-2 conserved macrodomain is a mono-ADP-ribosylhydrolase Yousef M.O. Alhammad, Maithri M. Kashipathy, Anuradha Roy, Jean-Philippe Gagné, Peter McDonald, Philip Gao, et al. (+7)
69 [GO] 2020―Nov―03 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Gene 5 Modulates Pathogenesis in Mice Javier Gutierrez-Alvarez, Li Wang, Raul Fernandez-Delgado, Kun Li, Paul B. McCray, Stanley Perlman, et al. (+3)
70 [GO] 2020―Nov―03 The Decision to Publish Gutierrez-Alvarez et al., “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Gene 5 Modulates Pathogenesis in Mice” Mark Heise, Terence S. Dermody, Arturo Casadevall, Rozanne M Sandri-Goldin, Patrick D. Schloss
71 [GO] 2020―Nov―03 Changes in SARS-CoV-2 Spike versus Nucleoprotein Antibody Responses Impact the Estimates of Infections in Population-Based Seroprevalence Studies Craig Fenwick, Antony Croxatto, Alix T. Coste, Florence Pojer, Cyril André, Céline Pellaton, et al. (+11)
72 [GO] 2020―Oct―30 A FOUNDER EFFECT LED EARLY SARS-COV-2 TRANSMISSION IN SPAIN Francisco Díez-Fuertes, María Iglesias-Caballero, Javier García Pérez, Sara Monzón, Pilar Jiménez, Sarai Varona, et al. (+9)
73 [GO] 2020―Oct―29 Detection and Characterization of Swine-origin Influenza A(H1N1) Pandemic 2009 Viruses in Humans Following Zoonotic Transmission Peter W. Cook, Thomas Stark, Joyce Jones, Rebecca Kondor, Natosha Zanders, Jeffrey Benfer, et al. (+16)
74 [GO] 2020―Oct―19 Country-level diversity of the HIV-1 pandemic between 1990 and 2015. Joris Hemelaar, Shanghavie Loganathan, Ramyiadarsini Elangovan, Jason Yun, Leslie Dickson-Tetteh, Shona Kirtley
75 [GO] 2020―Oct―15 The inhaled steroid ciclesonide blocks SARS-CoV-2 RNA replication by targeting the viral replication-transcription complex in cultured cells Shutoku Matsuyama, Miyuki Kawase, Naganori Nao, Kazuya Shirato, Makoto Ujike, Wataru Kamitani, et al. (+2)
76 [GO] 2020―Oct―01 Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals the diversity of the immunological landscape following CNS infection by a murine coronavirus Amber R. Syage, H. Atakan Ekiz, Dominic D. Skinner, Colleen Stone, Ryan M. O'Connell, Thomas E. Lane
77 [GO] 2020―Sep―30 Interferon-induced transmembrane protein 3 is a virus-associated protein which suppresses porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus replication by blocking viral membrane fusion Angke Zhang, Hong Duan, Huijun Zhao, Huancheng Liao, Yongkun Du, Liangliang Li, et al. (+6)
78 [GO] 2020―Sep―28 Correction for Hu et al., “The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Nucleocapsid Inhibits Type I Interferon Production by Interfering with TRIM25-Mediated RIG-I Ubiquitination” Yong Hu, Wei Li, Ting Gao, Yan Cui, Yanwen Jin, Ping Li, et al. (+3)
79 [GO] 2020―Sep―23 Cross-Protection against MERS-CoV by Prime-Boost Vaccination Using Viral Spike DNA and Protein Jung-ah Choi, Junghyun Goo, Eunji Yang, Dae-Im Jung, Sena Lee, Semi Rho, et al. (+11)
80 [GO] 2020―Sep―16 The enzymatic activity of the nsp14 exoribonuclease is critical for replication of MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 Natacha S. Ogando, Jessika C. Zevenhoven-Dobbe, Yvonne van der Meer, Peter J. Bredenbeek, Clara C. Posthuma, Eric J. Snijder
81 [GO] 2020―Sep―14 Type I interferon susceptibility distinguishes SARS-CoV-2 from SARS-CoV. Kumari G. Lokugamage, Adam Hage, Maren de Vries, Ana M. Valero-Jimenez, Craig Schindewolf, Meike Dittmann, et al. (+2)
82 [GO] 2020―Sep―09 Disruption of Adaptive Immunity Enhances Disease in SARS-CoV-2 Infected Syrian Hamsters Rebecca L. Brocato, Lucia M. Principe, Robert K. Kim, Xiankun Zeng, Janice A. Williams, Yanan Liu, et al. (+8)
83 [GO] 2020―Aug―26 SARS-CoV-2 and three related coronaviruses utilize multiple ACE2 orthologs and are potently blocked by an improved ACE2-Ig Yujun Li, Haimin Wang, Xiaojuan Tang, Shisong Fang, Danting Ma, Chengzhi Du, et al. (+9)
84 [GO] 2020―Aug―25 Development of a fluorescence based, high-throughput SARS-CoV-2 3CLpro reporter assay Heather M. Froggatt, Brook E. Heaton, Nicholas S. Heaton
85 [GO] 2020―Aug―20 Cryo-electron microscopy structure of the SADS-CoV spike glycoprotein provides insights into an evolution of unique coronavirus spike proteins Hongxin Guan, Youwang Wang, Vanja Perčulija, Abdullah F.U.H. Saeed, Yichang Liu, Jinyu Li, et al. (+4)
86 [GO] 2020―Aug―20 Broad anti-coronaviral activity of FDA approved drugs against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro and SARS-CoV in vivo Stuart Weston, Christopher M. Coleman, Robert Haupt, James Logue, Krystal Matthews, Yize Li, et al. (+3)
87 [GO] 2020―Aug―12 Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus promotes SLA-DR-mediated antigen presentation of non-structure proteins to evoke a non-neutralizing antibody response in vivo Chunyan Wu, Bingjun Shi, Di Yang, Kun Zhang, Jie Li, Jie Wang, et al. (+4)
88 [GO] 2020―Aug―04 Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus structural protein GP3 regulates claudin 4 to facilitate the early stages of infection Guofei Ding, Jiaqi Liu, Qingyuan Shao, Bin Wang, Jian Feng, Yingchao Li, et al. (+6)
89 [GO] 2020―Jul―23 Evolutionary arms race between virus and host drives genetic diversity in bat SARS related coronavirus spike genes Hua Guo, Bing-Jie Hu, Xing-Lou Yang, Lei-Ping Zeng, Bei Li, Songying Ouyang, Zheng-Li Shi
90 [GO] 2020―Jul―23 Type I and Type III IFN Restrict SARS-CoV-2 Infection of Human Airway Epithelial Cultures Abigail Vanderheiden, Philipp Ralfs, Tatiana Chirkova, Amit A. Upadhyay, Matthew G. Zimmerman, Shamika Bedoya, et al. (+15)
91 [GO] 2020―Jul―17 Immune escape adaptive mutations in the H7N9 avian influenza hemagglutinin protein increase virus replication fitness and decrease pandemic potential Pengxiang Chang, Joshua E. Sealy, Jean-Remy Sadeyen, Sushant Bhat, Deimante Lukosaityte, Yipeng Sun, Munir Iqbal
92 [GO] 2020―Jul―15 Erratum for Burkard et al., “Pigs Lacking the Scavenger Receptor Cysteine-Rich Domain 5 of CD163 Are Resistant to Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus 1 Infection” Christine Burkard, Tanja Opriessnig, Alan J. Mileham, Tomasz Stadejek, Tahar Ait-Ali, Simon G. Lillico, et al. (+2)
93 [GO] 2020―Jul―14 A Novel Mucosal Adjuvant System for the Immunization Against Avian Coronavirus Causing Infectious Bronchitis. Shaswath S. Chandrasekar, Brock A. Kingstad-Bakke, Chia-Wei Wu, M. Suresh, Adel M. Talaat
94 [GO] 2020―Jul―14 Metabolic Syndrome and Viral Pathogenesis: Lessons from Influenza and Coronaviruses Maria Smith, Rebekah Honce, Stacey Schultz-Cherry
95 [GO] 2020―Jul―13 Broad and differential animal ACE2 receptor usage by SARS-CoV-2 Xuesen Zhao, Danying Chen, Robert Szabla, Mei Zheng, Guoli Li, Pengcheng Du, et al. (+8)
96 [GO] 2020―Jul―13 The SARS-CoV-2 N protein is a good component in a vaccine Gustaf Ahlén, Lars Frelin, Negin Nekoyan, Friedemann Weber, Urban Höglund, Olivia Larsson, et al. (+7)
97 [GO] 2020―Jul―09 Genomic Analysis of Early SARS-CoV-2 Variants Introduced in Mexico Blanca Taboada, Joel Armando Vazquez-Perez, José Esteban Muñoz Medina, Pilar Ramos Cervantes, Marina Escalera-Zamudio, Celia Boukadida, et al. (+25)
98 [GO] 2020―Jul―08 LY6E Restricts the Entry of Human Coronaviruses, Including the Currently Pandemic SARS-CoV-2 Xuesen Zhao, Shuangli Zheng, Danying Chen, Mei Zheng, Xinglin Li, Guoli Li, et al. (+4)
99 [GO] 2020―Jun―29 SARS-CoV-2 vaccines: ‘Warp Speed’ needs mind melds not warped minds John P. Moore, P. J. Klasse
100 [GO] 2020―Jun―23 Identification of common deletions in the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 Zhe Liu, Huanying Zheng, Huifang Lin, Mingyue Li, Runyu Yuan, Jingju Peng, et al. (+15)
101 [GO] 2020―Jun―17 Inactivating Three Interferon Antagonists Attenuates Pathogenesis of an Enteric Coronavirus Xufang Deng, Alexandra C. Buckley, Angela Pillatzki, Kelly M. Lager, Kay S. Faaberg, Susan C. Baker
102 [GO] 2020―Jun―15 The Nucleocapsid Protein of SARS-CoV-2: a Target for Vaccine Development Noton K. Dutta, Kaushiki Mazumdar, James T. Gordy, Rebecca Ellis Dutch
103 [GO] 2020―Jun―11 Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Utilizes Viral Apoptotic Mimicry as an Alternative Pathway to Infect Host Cells Xin Wei, Rui Li, Songlin Qiao, Xin-xin Chen, Guangxu Xing, Gaiping Zhang
104 [GO] 2020―May―25 Structural Characterization of the Helicase Nsp10 Encoded by Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Yuejun Shi, Xiaohan Tong, Gang Ye, Ruixue Xiu, Lisha Li, Limeng Sun, et al. (+8)
105 [GO] 2020―May―21 Replication of SARS-CoV-2 in human respiratory epithelium Aleksandra Milewska, Anna Kula-Pacurar, Jakub Wadas, Agnieszka Suder, Artur Szczepanski, Agnieszka Dabrowska, et al. (+9)
106 [GO] 2020―May―19 Increased Pathogenicity and Virulence of Virus in Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Clade B in Vitro and in Vivo Yanqun Wang, Jing Sun, Xiaobo Li, Airu Zhu, Wenda Guan, De-Qiang Sun, et al. (+19)
107 [GO] 2020―May―14 Comparison of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein binding to ACE2 receptors from human, pets, farm animals, and putative intermediate hosts Xiaofeng Zhai, Jiumeng Sun, Ziqing Yan, Jie Zhang, Jin Zhao, Zongzheng Zhao, et al. (+4)
108 [GO] 2020―May―12 CD4 deficiency causes poliomyelitis and axonal blebbing in murine coronavirus induced neuroinflammation Debanjana Chakravarty, Fareeha Saadi, Soumya Kundu, Abhishek Bose, Reas Khan, Kimberly Dine, et al. (+3)
109 [GO] 2020―May―07 Design of potent membrane fusion inhibitors against SARS-CoV-2, an emerging coronavirus with high fusogenic activity Yuanmei Zhu, Danwei Yu, Hongxia Yan, Huihui Chong, Yuxian He
110 [GO] 2020―May―01 An 81 nucleotide deletion in SARS-CoV-2 ORF7a identified from sentinel surveillance in Arizona (Jan-Mar 2020) LaRinda A. Holland, Emily A. Kaelin, Rabia Maqsood, Bereket Estifanos, Lily I. Wu, Arvind Varsani, et al. (+4)
111 [GO] 2020―Apr―20 Human leukocyte antigen susceptibility map for SARS-CoV-2 Austin Nguyen, Julianne K. David, Sean K. Maden, Mary A. Wood, Benjamin R. Weeder, Abhinav Nellore, Reid F. Thompson
112 [GO] 2020―Apr―16 Ca2+ ions promote fusion of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus with host cells and increase infectivity Marco R. Straus, Tiffany Tang, Alex L. Lai, Annkatrin Flegel, Miya Bidon, Jack H. Freed, et al. (+2)
113 [GO] 2020―Apr―15 Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus nucleocapsid protein suppresses type I and type III interferon induction by targeting RIG-I signaling Chi-You Chang, Helene Minyi Liu, Ming-Fu Chang, Shin C. Chang
114 [GO] 2020―Apr―07 International expansion of a novel SARS-CoV-2 mutant Minjin Wang, Mengjiao Li, Ruotong Ren, Lifeng Li, En-Qiang Chen, Weimin Li, Binwu Ying
115 [GO] 2020―Mar―31 Isolation and full-length genome characterization of SARS-CoV-2 from COVID-19 cases in Northern Italy Danilo Licastro, Sreejith Rajasekharan, Simeone Dal Monego, Ludovica Segat, Pierlanfranco D'Agaro, Alessandro Marcello
116 [GO] 2020―Mar―31 Computational inference of selection underlying the evolution of the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 Rachele Cagliani, Diego Forni, Mario Clerici, Manuela Sironi
117 [GO] 2020―Mar―16 Coronavirus Endoribonuclease and Deubiquitinating Interferon Antagonists Differentially Modulate the Host Response during Replication in Macrophages Aaron Volk, Matthew Hackbart, Xufang Deng, Yazmin Cruz-Pulido, Amornrat O'Brien, Susan C. Baker
118 [GO] 2020―Mar―13 Structure-Guided Mutagenesis Alters Deubiquitinating Activity and Attenuates Pathogenesis of a Murine Coronavirus Xufang Deng, Yafang Chen, Anna M. Mielech, Matthew Hackbart, Kristina R. Kesely, Robert C. Mettelman, et al. (+4)
119 [GO] 2020―Mar―09 Host Protein Interactions with the 3′ End of Bovine Coronavirus RNA and the Requirement of the Poly(A) Tail for Coronavirus Defective Genome Replication Jeannie F. Spagnolo, Brenda G. Hogue
120 [GO] 2020―Mar―09 Assembly of the Coronavirus Envelope: Homotypic Interactions between the M Proteins Cornelis A. M. de Haan, Harry Vennema, Peter J. M. Rottier
121 [GO] 2020―Jan―31 Receptor recognition by novel coronavirus from Wuhan: An analysis based on decade-long structural studies of SARS Yushun Wan, Jian Shang, Rachel Graham, Ralph S. Baric, Fang Li
122 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Point mutations in the S protein connect the sialic acid binding activity with the enteropathogenicity of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus. C Krempl, B Schultze, H Laude, G Herrler
123 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Disassociation between the in vitro and in vivo effects of nitric oxide on a neurotropic murine coronavirus. T E Lane, A D Paoletti, M J Buchmeier
124 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Episodic evolution mediates interspecies transfer of a murine coronavirus. R S Baric, B Yount, L Hensley, S A Peel, W Chen
125 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Cytotoxic T-cell-resistant variants arise at early times after infection in C57BL/6 but not in SCID mice infected with a neurotropic coronavirus. L Pewe, S Xue, S Perlman
126 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Maintenance of pluripotency in mouse embryonic stem cells persistently infected with murine coronavirus. A Okumura, K Machii, S Azuma, Y Toyoda, S Kyuwa
127 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Tropism of human adenovirus type 5-based vectors in swine and their ability to protect against transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus. J M Torres, C Alonso, A Ortega, S Mittal, F Graham, L Enjuanes
128 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the catalytic sites of a papain-like cysteine proteinase of murine coronavirus. S C Baker, K Yokomori, S Dong, R Carlisle, A E Gorbalenya, E V Koonin, M M Lai
129 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus isolates SK and SD from multiple sclerosis patients are serologically related to murine coronaviruses A59 and JHM and human coronavirus OC43, but not to human coronavirus 229E. J C Gerdes, I Klein, B L DeVald, J S Burks
130 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of an ATPase activity associated with a 71-kilodalton polypeptide encoded in gene 1 of the human coronavirus 229E. G Heusipp, U Harms, S G Siddell, J Ziebuhr
131 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Biosynthesis, purification, and characterization of the human coronavirus 229E 3C-like proteinase. J Ziebuhr, G Heusipp, S G Siddell
132 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Inhibition of coronavirus 229E replication by actinomycin D. D A Kennedy, C M Johnson-Lussenburg
133 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Sequence and translation of the murine coronavirus 5'-end genomic RNA reveals the N-terminal structure of the putative RNA polymerase. L H Soe, C K Shieh, S C Baker, M F Chang, M M Lai
134 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic relationships among proteins of bovine coronavirus, human respiratory coronavirus OC43, and mouse hepatitis coronavirus A59. B G Hogue, B King, D A Brian
135 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Membrane protein molecules of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus also expose the carboxy-terminal region on the external surface of the virion. C Risco, I M Antón, C Suñé, A M Pedregosa, J M Martín-Alonso, F Parra, et al. (+2)
136 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Genetic analysis of porcine respiratory coronavirus, an attenuated variant of transmissible gastroenteritis virus. R D Wesley, R D Woods, A K Cheung
137 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 CD8+ T-cell epitopes within the surface glycoprotein of a neurotropic coronavirus and correlation with pathogenicity. R F Castro, S Perlman
138 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Neutralization-resistant variants of a neurotropic coronavirus are generated by deletions within the amino-terminal half of the spike glycoprotein. T M Gallagher, S E Parker, M J Buchmeier
139 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Entry and release of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus are restricted to apical surfaces of polarized epithelial cells. J W Rossen, C P Bekker, W F Voorhout, G J Strous, A van der Ende, P J Rottier
140 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A 5'-proximal RNA sequence of murine coronavirus as a potential initiation site for genomic-length mRNA transcription. X Zhang, M M Lai
141 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Protein interactions during coronavirus assembly. V P Nguyen, B G Hogue
142 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization in vitro of an autocatalytic processing activity associated with the predicted 3C-like proteinase domain of the coronavirus avian infectious bronchitis virus. K W Tibbles, I Brierley, D Cavanagh, T D Brown
143 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus species specificity: murine coronavirus binds to a mouse-specific epitope on its carcinoembryonic antigen-related receptor glycoprotein. S R Compton, C B Stephensen, S W Snyder, D G Weismiller, K V Holmes
144 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus, but not the related porcine respiratory coronavirus, has a sialic acid (N-glycolylneuraminic acid) binding activity. B Schultze, C Krempl, M L Ballesteros, L Shaw, R Schauer, L Enjuanes, G Herrler
145 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A novel glycoprotein of feline infectious peritonitis coronavirus contains a KDEL-like endoplasmic reticulum retention signal. H Vennema, L Heijnen, P J Rottier, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
146 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus contains a spherical core shell consisting of M and N proteins. C Risco, I M Antón, L Enjuanes, J L Carrascosa
147 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The UCUAAAC promoter motif is not required for high-frequency leader recombination in bovine coronavirus defective interfering RNA. R Y Chang, R Krishnan, D A Brian
148 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Replication of murine coronavirus defective interfering RNA from negative-strand transcripts. M Joo, S Banerjee, S Makino
149 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a murine coronavirus defective interfering RNA internal cis-acting replication signal. Y N Kim, S Makino
150 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 cis Requirement for N-specific protein sequence in bovine coronavirus defective interfering RNA replication. R Y Chang, D A Brian
151 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 High-frequency leader sequence switching during coronavirus defective interfering RNA replication. S Makino, M M Lai
152 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A domain at the 3' end of the polymerase gene is essential for encapsidation of coronavirus defective interfering RNAs. R G van der Most, P J Bredenbeek, W J Spaan
153 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The fitness of defective interfering murine coronavirus DI-a and its derivatives is decreased by nonsense and frameshift mutations. R J de Groot, R G van der Most, W J Spaan
154 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Evidence for coronavirus discontinuous transcription. Y S Jeong, S Makino
155 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus E1 glycoprotein expressed from cloned cDNA localizes in the Golgi region. P J Rottier, J K Rose
156 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Isolation of coronavirus envelope glycoproteins and interaction with the viral nucleocapsid. L S Sturman, K V Holmes, J Behnke
157 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A conserved coronavirus epitope, critical in virus neutralization, mimicked by internal-image monoclonal anti-idiotypic antibodies. C Suñé, C Smerdou, I M Antón, P Abril, J Plana, L Enjuanes
158 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interspecies aminopeptidase-N chimeras reveal species-specific receptor recognition by canine coronavirus, feline infectious peritonitis virus, and transmissible gastroenteritis virus. L Benbacer, E Kut, L Besnardeau, H Laude, B Delmas
159 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Selective tropism of a neurotropic coronavirus for ependymal cells, neurons, and meningeal cells. M Tardieu, O Boespflug, T Barbé
160 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Assembled coronavirus from complementation of two defective interfering RNAs. K H Kim, K Narayanan, S Makino
161 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of a domain required for autoproteolytic cleavage of murine coronavirus gene A polyprotein. S C Baker, C K Shieh, L H Soe, M F Chang, D M Vannier, M M Lai
162 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Two murine coronavirus genes suffice for viral RNA synthesis. K H Kim, S Makino
163 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus genome. J S Guy, D A Brian
164 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus genomic and subgenomic minus-strand RNAs copartition in membrane-protected replication complexes. P B Sethna, D A Brian
165 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Disulfide bonds in folding and transport of mouse hepatitis coronavirus glycoproteins. D J Opstelten, P de Groote, M C Horzinek, H Vennema, P J Rottier
166 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Expression and secretion of the bovine coronavirus hemagglutinin-esterase glycoprotein by insect cells infected with recombinant baculoviruses. M D Parker, D Yoo, L A Babiuk
167 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Structure and orientation of expressed bovine coronavirus hemagglutinin-esterase protein. T E Kienzle, S Abraham, B G Hogue, D A Brian
168 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 In vivo RNA-RNA recombination of coronavirus in mouse brain. J G Keck, G K Matsushima, S Makino, J O Fleming, D M Vannier, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
169 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Induction of self-reactive T cells after murine coronavirus infection. S Kyuwa, K Yamaguchi, Y Toyoda, K Fujiwara
170 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interference of coronavirus infection by expression of immunoglobulin G (IgG) or IgA virus-neutralizing antibodies. J Castilla, I Sola, L Enjuanes
171 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Intrinsic resistance of feline peritoneal macrophages to coronavirus infection correlates with in vivo virulence. C A Stoddart, F W Scott
172 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Prevalence and implications of feline coronavirus infections of captive and free-ranging cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus). J L Heeney, J F Evermann, A J McKeirnan, L Marker-Kraus, M E Roelke, M Bush, et al. (+4)
173 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Structural analysis of virion proteins of the avian coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus. D F Stern, L Burgess, B M Sefton
174 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic processing of the coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus 1a polyprotein: identification of a 10-kilodalton polypeptide and determination of its cleavage sites. D X Liu, H Y Xu, T D Brown
175 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Replication and packaging of coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus defective RNAs lacking a long open reading frame. Z Pénzes, C Wroe, T D Brown, P Britton, D Cavanagh
176 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A 100-kilodalton polypeptide encoded by open reading frame (ORF) 1b of the coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus is processed by ORF 1a products. D X Liu, I Brierley, K W Tibbles, T D Brown
177 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mutagenic analysis of the coronavirus intergenic consensus sequence. M Joo, S Makino
178 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The S protein of bovine coronavirus is a hemagglutinin recognizing 9-O-acetylated sialic acid as a receptor determinant. B Schultze, H J Gross, R Brossmer, G Herrler
179 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The E3 protein of bovine coronavirus is a receptor-destroying enzyme with acetylesterase activity. R Vlasak, W Luytjes, J Leider, W Spaan, P Palese
180 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The nucleocapsid protein gene of bovine coronavirus is bicistronic. S D Senanayake, M A Hofmann, J L Maki, D A Brian
181 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Functional differences in the peplomer glycoproteins of feline coronavirus isolates. S A Fiscus, Y A Teramoto
182 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Sequence comparison of porcine respiratory coronavirus isolates reveals heterogeneity in the S, 3, and 3-1 genes. E M Vaughn, P G Halbur, P S Paul
183 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic comparison of feline coronavirus isolates: evidence for markedly different peplomer glycoproteins. S A Fiscus, Y A Teramoto
184 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Infection by coronavirus JHM of rat neurons and oligodendrocyte-type-2 astrocyte lineage cells during distinct developmental stages. J M Pasick, S Dales
185 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Pathogenicity of antigenic variants of murine coronavirus JHM selected with monoclonal antibodies. J O Fleming, M D Trousdale, F A el-Zaatari, S A Stohlman, L P Weiner
186 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus JHM: Cell-Free Synthesis of Structural Protein p60 Stuart G. Siddell, Helmut Wege, Andrea Barthel, Volker ter Meulen
187 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Fusion formation by the uncleaved spike protein of murine coronavirus JHMV variant cl-2. F Taguchi
188 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A cis-acting function for the coronavirus leader in defective interfering RNA replication. R Y Chang, M A Hofmann, P B Sethna, D A Brian
189 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Specific interaction between coronavirus leader RNA and nucleocapsid protein. S A Stohlman, R S Baric, G N Nelson, L H Soe, L M Welter, R J Deans
190 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus leader RNA regulates and initiates subgenomic mRNA transcription both in trans and in cis. X Zhang, C L Liao, M M Lai
191 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus M proteins accumulate in the Golgi complex beyond the site of virion budding. J Klumperman, J K Locker, A Meijer, M C Horzinek, H J Geuze, P J Rottier
192 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus membrane fusion is blocked by modification of thiols buried within the spike protein. T M Gallagher
193 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification and characterization of a serine-like proteinase of the murine coronavirus MHV-A59. Y Lu, X Lu, M R Denison
194 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus minus-strand RNA synthesis and effect of cycloheximide on coronavirus RNA synthesis. S G Sawicki, D L Sawicki
195 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The 5' end of coronavirus minus-strand RNAs contains a short poly(U) tract. M A Hofmann, D A Brain
196 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Translation but not the encoded sequence is essential for the efficient propagation of the defective interfering RNAs of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus. R G van der Most, W Luytjes, S Rutjes, W J Spaan
197 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Optimization of targeted RNA recombination and mapping of a novel nucleocapsid gene mutation in the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus. P S Masters, C A Koetzner, C A Kerr, Y Heo
198 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of polypeptides encoded in open reading frame 1b of the putative polymerase gene of the murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus A59. M R Denison, P W Zoltick, J L Leibowitz, C J Pachuk, S R Weiss
199 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Binding of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus A59 to its receptor expressed from a recombinant vaccinia virus depends on posttranslational processing of the receptor glycoprotein. M N Pensiero, G S Dveksler, C B Cardellichio, G S Jiang, P E Elia, C W Dieffenbach, K V Holmes
200 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Repair and mutagenesis of the genome of a deletion mutant of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus by targeted RNA recombination. C A Koetzner, M M Parker, C S Ricard, L S Sturman, P S Masters
201 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Monoclonal antibodies to the peplomer glycoprotein of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus identify two subunits and detect a conformational change in the subunit released under mild alkaline conditions. D G Weismiller, L S Sturman, M J Buchmeier, J O Fleming, K V Holmes
202 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A bulged stem-loop structure in the 3' untranslated region of the genome of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus is essential for replication. B Hsue, P S Masters
203 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a variant virus selected in rat brains after infection by coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus JHM. F Taguchi, S G Siddell, H Wege, V ter Meulen
204 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a second cleavage site and demonstration of activity in trans by the papain-like proteinase of the murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59. P J Bonilla, S A Hughes, S R Weiss
205 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A subgenomic mRNA transcript of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 defective interfering (DI) RNA is packaged when it contains the DI packaging signal. E C Bos, J C Dobbe, W Luytjes, W J Spaan
206 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 from persistently infected murine cells exhibits an extended host range. J H Schickli, B D Zelus, D E Wentworth, S G Sawicki, K V Holmes
207 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Three intergenic regions of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 genome RNA contain a common nucleotide sequence that is homologous to the 3' end of the viral mRNA leader sequence. C J Budzilowicz, S P Wilczynski, S R Weiss
208 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of two temperature-sensitive mutants of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 with maturation defects in the spike protein. W Luytjes, H Gerritsma, E Bos, W Spaan
209 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Several members of the mouse carcinoembryonic antigen-related glycoprotein family are functional receptors for the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus-A59. G S Dveksler, C W Dieffenbach, C B Cardellichio, K McCuaig, M N Pensiero, G S Jiang, et al. (+2)
210 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus mRNA replication continues throughout persistent infection in cell culture. M A Hofmann, P B Sethna, D A Brian
211 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A system for study of coronavirus mRNA synthesis: a regulated, expressed subgenomic defective interfering RNA results from intergenic site insertion. S Makino, M Joo, J K Makino
212 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Regulation of coronavirus mRNA transcription. G van Marle, W Luytjes, R G van der Most, T van der Straaten, W J Spaan
213 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus mRNA transcription: UV light transcriptional mapping studies suggest an early requirement for a genomic-length template. K Yokomori, L R Banner, M M Lai
214 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Discontinuous transcription generates heterogeneity at the leader fusion sites of coronavirus mRNAs. S Makino, L H Soe, C K Shieh, M M Lai
215 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Minus-strand copies of replicating coronavirus mRNAs contain antileaders. P B Sethna, M A Hofmann, D A Brian
216 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Synthesis of coronavirus mRNAs: kinetics of inactivation of infectious bronchitis virus RNA synthesis by UV light. D F Stern, B M Sefton
217 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus Multiplication Strategy I. Identification and Characterization of Virus-Specified RNA David F. Stern, S. Ian T. Kennedy
218 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus multiplication strategy. II. Mapping the avian infectious bronchitis virus intracellular RNA species to the genome. D F Stern, S I Kennedy
219 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus multiplication: locations of genes for virion proteins on the avian infectious bronchitis virus genome. D F Stern, B M Sefton
220 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Construction of murine coronavirus mutants containing interspecies chimeric nucleocapsid proteins. D Peng, C A Koetzner, T McMahon, Y Zhu, P S Masters
221 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus nonstructural protein ns2 is not essential for virus replication in transformed cells. B Schwarz, E Routledge, S G Siddell
222 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interactions between coronavirus nucleocapsid protein and viral RNAs: implications for viral transcription. R S Baric, G W Nelson, J O Fleming, R J Deans, J G Keck, N Casteel, S A Stohlman
223 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of second-site revertants of a murine coronavirus nucleocapsid protein deletion mutant and construction of nucleocapsid protein mutants by targeted RNA recombination. D Peng, C A Koetzner, P S Masters
224 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Differential susceptibility of cultured neural cells to the human coronavirus OC43. J Pearson, C A Mims
225 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the murine coronavirus p28 cleavage site. S A Hughes, P J Bonilla, S R Weiss
226 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification and characterization of a coronavirus packaging signal. J A Fosmire, K Hwang, S Makino
227 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus packaging signal confers packaging to nonviral RNA. K Woo, M Joo, K Narayanan, K H Kim, S Makino
228 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Conformational change of the coronavirus peplomer glycoprotein at pH 8.0 and 37 degrees C correlates with virus aggregation and virus-induced cell fusion. L S Sturman, C S Ricard, K V Holmes
229 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus proteins: biogenesis of avian infectious bronchitis virus virion proteins. D F Stern, B M Sefton
230 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus proteins: structure and function of the oligosaccharides of the avian infectious bronchitis virus glycoproteins. D F Stern, B M Sefton
231 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mouse hepatitis virus S RNA sequence reveals that nonstructural proteins ns4 and ns5a are not essential for murine coronavirus replication. K Yokomori, M M Lai
232 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of spike protein residues of murine coronavirus responsible for receptor-binding activity by use of soluble receptor-resistant mutants. K Saeki, N Ohtsuka, F Taguchi
233 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Cell-free translation of murine coronavirus RNA. J L Leibowitz, S R Weiss, E Paavola, C W Bond
234 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of a new transcriptional initiation site and the corresponding functional gene 2b in the murine coronavirus RNA genome. C K Shieh, H J Lee, K Yokomori, N La Monica, S Makino, M M Lai
235 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The 3' untranslated region of coronavirus RNA is required for subgenomic mRNA transcription from a defective interfering RNA. Y J Lin, X Zhang, R C Wu, M M Lai
236 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Generation of coronavirus spike deletion variants by high-frequency recombination at regions of predicted RNA secondary structure. C L Rowe, J O Fleming, M J Nathan, J Y Sgro, A C Palmenberg, S C Baker
237 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of an immunodominant linear neutralization domain on the S2 portion of the murine coronavirus spike glycoprotein and evidence that it forms part of complex tridimensional structure. C Daniel, R Anderson, M J Buchmeier, J O Fleming, W J Spaan, H Wege, P J Talbot
238 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of the receptor-binding site of murine coronavirus spike protein. H Suzuki, F Taguchi
239 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Localization of neutralizing epitopes and the receptor-binding site within the amino-terminal 330 amino acids of the murine coronavirus spike protein. H Kubo, Y K Yamada, F Taguchi
240 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Major receptor-binding and neutralization determinants are located within the same domain of the transmissible gastroenteritis virus (coronavirus) spike protein. M Godet, J Grosclaude, B Delmas, H Laude
241 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A role for naturally occurring variation of the murine coronavirus spike protein in stabilizing association with the cellular receptor. T M Gallagher
242 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Assembly of coronavirus spike protein into trimers and its role in epitope expression. B Delmas, H Laude
243 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The S2 subunit of the murine coronavirus spike protein is not involved in receptor binding. F Taguchi
244 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Intracellular transport of recombinant coronavirus spike proteins: implications for virus assembly. H Vennema, L Heijnen, A Zijderveld, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
245 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a human coronavirus (strain 229E) 3C-like proteinase activity. J Ziebuhr, J Herold, S G Siddell
246 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 pH Stability Studies with Avian Infectious Bronchitis Virus (Coronavirus) Strains B. S. Cowen, S. B. Hitchner
247 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus structural proteins. B King, D A Brian
248 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Distribution and trafficking of JHM coronavirus structural proteins and virions in primary neurons and the OBL-21 neuronal cell line. J M Pasick, K Kalicharran, S Dales
249 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Requirement of the 5'-end genomic sequence as an upstream cis-acting element for coronavirus subgenomic mRNA transcription. C L Liao, M M Lai
250 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Investigation of the control of coronavirus subgenomic mRNA transcription by using T7-generated negative-sense RNA transcripts. J A Hiscox, K L Mawditt, D Cavanagh, P Britton
251 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of murine coronavirus surface glycoprotein functions by using monoclonal antibodies. E Routledge, R Stauber, M Pfleiderer, S G Siddell
252 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Spread of a neurotropic coronavirus to spinal cord white matter via neurons and astrocytes. N Sun, S Perlman
253 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of a recombinant mouse hepatitis virus expressing a foreign gene reveals a novel aspect of coronavirus transcription. F Fischer, C F Stegen, C A Koetzner, P S Masters
254 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The effect of two closely inserted transcription consensus sequences on coronavirus transcription. M Joo, S Makino
255 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Effect of intergenic consensus sequence flanking sequences on coronavirus transcription. S Makino, M Joo
256 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Subgenomic RNA synthesis directed by a synthetic defective interfering RNA of mouse hepatitis virus: a study of coronavirus transcription initiation. R G van der Most, R J de Groot, W J Spaan
257 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mechanism of coronavirus transcription: duration of primary transcription initiation activity and effects of subgenomic RNA transcription on RNA replication. Y S Jeong, S Makino
258 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus transcription: subgenomic mouse hepatitis virus replicative intermediates function in RNA synthesis. S G Sawicki, D L Sawicki
259 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Single amino acid changes in the viral glycoprotein M affect induction of alpha interferon by the coronavirus transmissible gastroenteritis virus. H Laude, J Gelfi, L Lavenant, B Charley
260 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase activity in coronavirus- infected cells. D E Dennis, D A Brian
261 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Alteration of the pH dependence of coronavirus-induced cell fusion: effect of mutations in the spike glycoprotein. T M Gallagher, C Escarmis, M J Buchmeier
262 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Vaccination against lethal coronavirus-induced encephalitis with a synthetic decapeptide homologous to a domain in the predicted peplomer stalk. P J Talbot, G Dionne, M Lacroix
263 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic cleavage of the E2 glycoprotein of murine coronavirus: activation of cell-fusing activity of virions by trypsin and separation of two different 90K cleavage fragments. L S Sturman, C S Ricard, K V Holmes
264 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic cleavage of the E2 glycoprotein of murine coronavirus: host-dependent differences in proteolytic cleavage and cell fusion. M F Frana, J N Behnke, L S Sturman, K V Holmes
265 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Modulation of cellular macromolecular synthesis by coronavirus: implication for pathogenesis. S Kyuwa, M Cohen, G Nelson, S M Tahara, S A Stohlman
266 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Unusual heterogeneity of leader-mRNA fusion in a murine coronavirus: implications for the mechanism of RNA transcription and recombination. X Zhang, M M Lai
267 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the cis-acting signal for minus-strand RNA synthesis of a murine coronavirus: implications for the role of minus-strand RNA in RNA replication and transcription. Y J Lin, C L Liao, M M Lai
268 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of efficiently packaged defective interfering RNAs of murine coronavirus: localization of a possible RNA-packaging signal. S Makino, K Yokomori, M M Lai
269 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA recombination in a coronavirus: recombination between viral genomic RNA and transfected RNA fragments. C L Liao, M M Lai
270 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Induction of alpha interferon by transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus: role of transmembrane glycoprotein E1. B Charley, H Laude
271 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic and genomic relationships among turkey and bovine enteric coronaviruses. S Dea, A J Verbeek, P Tijssen
272 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Amino acid sequence of a conserved neutralizing epitope of murine coronaviruses. W Luytjes, D Geerts, W Posthumus, R Meloen, W Spaan
273 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 High-frequency RNA recombination of murine coronaviruses. S Makino, J G Keck, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
274 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Recombination between nonsegmented RNA genomes of murine coronaviruses. M M Lai, R S Baric, S Makino, J G Keck, J Egbert, J L Leibowitz, S A Stohlman
275 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Infection of primary cultures of human neural cells by human coronaviruses 229E and OC43. A Bonavia, N Arbour, V W Yong, P J Talbot
276 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Feline aminopeptidase N serves as a receptor for feline, canine, porcine, and human coronaviruses in serogroup I. D B Tresnan, R Levis, K V Holmes
277 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA recombination of murine coronaviruses: recombination between fusion-positive mouse hepatitis virus A59 and fusion-negative mouse hepatitis virus 2. J G Keck, L H Soe, S Makino, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
278 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Equine arteritis virus is not a togavirus but belongs to the coronaviruslike superfamily. J A den Boon, E J Snijder, E D Chirnside, A A de Vries, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
279 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Open reading frame 5 of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus as a cause of virus-induced apoptosis. P Suárez, M Díaz-Guerra, C Prieto, M Esteban, J M Castro, A Nieto, J Ortín
280 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus replicates in testicular germ cells, alters spermatogenesis, and induces germ cell death by apoptosis. J H Sur, A R Doster, J S Christian, J A Galeota, R W Wills, J J Zimmerman, F A Osorio
281 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Molecular variants of human papillomavirus type 16 from four continents suggest ancient pandemic spread of the virus and its coevolution with humankind. S Y Chan, L Ho, C K Ong, V Chow, B Drescher, M Dürst, et al. (+4)
282 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Avian-to-human transmission of the PB1 gene of influenza A viruses in the 1957 and 1968 pandemics. Y Kawaoka, S Krauss, R G Webster
283 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Neutralization-resistant variants of a neurotropic coronavirus are generated by deletions within the amino-terminal half of the spike glycoprotein T M Gallagher, S E Parker, M J Buchmeier
284 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Expression and secretion of the bovine coronavirus hemagglutinin-esterase glycoprotein by insect cells infected with recombinant baculoviruses M D Parker, D Yoo, L A Babiuk
285 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Structure and orientation of expressed bovine coronavirus hemagglutinin-esterase protein T E Kienzle, S Abraham, B G Hogue, D A Brian
286 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Prevalence and implications of feline coronavirus infections of captive and free-ranging cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) J L Heeney, J F Evermann, A J McKeirnan, L Marker-Kraus, M E Roelke, M Bush, et al. (+4)
287 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Pathogenicity of antigenic variants of murine coronavirus JHM selected with monoclonal antibodies J O Fleming, M D Trousdale, F A el-Zaatari, S A Stohlman, L P Weiner
288 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Monoclonal antibodies to the peplomer glycoprotein of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus identify two subunits and detect a conformational change in the subunit released under mild alkaline conditions D G Weismiller, L S Sturman, M J Buchmeier, J O Fleming, K V Holmes
289 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus mRNA replication continues throughout persistent infection in cell culture M A Hofmann, P B Sethna, D A Brian
290 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Conformational change of the coronavirus peplomer glycoprotein at pH 8.0 and 37 degrees C correlates with virus aggregation and virus-induced cell fusion L S Sturman, C S Ricard, K V Holmes
291 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Intracellular transport of recombinant coronavirus spike proteins: implications for virus assembly H Vennema, L Heijnen, A Zijderveld, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
292 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 pH Stability Studies with Avian Infectious Bronchitis Virus (Coronavirus) Strains B. S. Cowen, S. B. Hitchner
293 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus transcription: subgenomic mouse hepatitis virus replicative intermediates function in RNA synthesis S G Sawicki, D L Sawicki
294 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic and genomic relationships among turkey and bovine enteric coronaviruses S Dea, A J Verbeek, P Tijssen
295 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Sequence and translation of the murine coronavirus 5'-end genomic RNA reveals the N-terminal structure of the putative RNA polymerase L H Soe, C K Shieh, S C Baker, M F Chang, M M Lai
296 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Membrane protein molecules of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus also expose the carboxy-terminal region on the external surface of the virion C Risco, I M Antón, C Suñé, A M Pedregosa, J M Martín-Alonso, F Parra, et al. (+2)
297 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 CD8+ T-cell epitopes within the surface glycoprotein of a neurotropic coronavirus and correlation with pathogenicity R F Castro, S Perlman
298 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a murine coronavirus defective interfering RNA internal cis-acting replication signal Y N Kim, S Makino
299 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Evidence for coronavirus discontinuous transcription Y S Jeong, S Makino
300 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Two murine coronavirus genes suffice for viral RNA synthesis K H Kim, S Makino
301 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A 100-kilodalton polypeptide encoded by open reading frame (ORF) 1b of the coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus is processed by ORF 1a products D X Liu, I Brierley, K W Tibbles, T D Brown
302 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Sequence comparison of porcine respiratory coronavirus isolates reveals heterogeneity in the S, 3, and 3-1 genes E M Vaughn, P G Halbur, P S Paul
303 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus leader RNA regulates and initiates subgenomic mRNA transcription both in trans and in cis X Zhang, C L Liao, M M Lai
304 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification and characterization of a serine-like proteinase of the murine coronavirus MHV-A59 Y Lu, X Lu, M R Denison
305 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus minus-strand RNA synthesis and effect of cycloheximide on coronavirus RNA synthesis S G Sawicki, D L Sawicki
306 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Optimization of targeted RNA recombination and mapping of a novel nucleocapsid gene mutation in the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus P S Masters, C A Koetzner, C A Kerr, Y Heo
307 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Translation but not the encoded sequence is essential for the efficient propagation of the defective interfering RNAs of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus R G van der Most, W Luytjes, S Rutjes, W J Spaan
308 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Regulation of coronavirus mRNA transcription G van Marle, W Luytjes, R G van der Most, T van der Straaten, W J Spaan
309 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Construction of murine coronavirus mutants containing interspecies chimeric nucleocapsid proteins D Peng, C A Koetzner, T McMahon, Y Zhu, P S Masters
310 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of second-site revertants of a murine coronavirus nucleocapsid protein deletion mutant and construction of nucleocapsid protein mutants by targeted RNA recombination D Peng, C A Koetzner, P S Masters
311 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the murine coronavirus p28 cleavage site S A Hughes, P J Bonilla, S R Weiss
312 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Localization of neutralizing epitopes and the receptor-binding site within the amino-terminal 330 amino acids of the murine coronavirus spike protein H Kubo, Y K Yamada, F Taguchi
313 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The S2 subunit of the murine coronavirus spike protein is not involved in receptor binding F Taguchi
314 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a human coronavirus (strain 229E) 3C-like proteinase activity J Ziebuhr, J Herold, S G Siddell
315 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Distribution and trafficking of JHM coronavirus structural proteins and virions in primary neurons and the OBL-21 neuronal cell line J M Pasick, K Kalicharran, S Dales
316 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Requirement of the 5'-end genomic sequence as an upstream cis-acting element for coronavirus subgenomic mRNA transcription C L Liao, M M Lai
317 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Investigation of the control of coronavirus subgenomic mRNA transcription by using T7-generated negative-sense RNA transcripts J A Hiscox, K L Mawditt, D Cavanagh, P Britton
318 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Spread of a neurotropic coronavirus to spinal cord white matter via neurons and astrocytes N Sun, S Perlman
319 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The effect of two closely inserted transcription consensus sequences on coronavirus transcription M Joo, S Makino
320 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Subgenomic RNA synthesis directed by a synthetic defective interfering RNA of mouse hepatitis virus: a study of coronavirus transcription initiation R G van der Most, R J de Groot, W J Spaan
321 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 High-frequency RNA recombination of murine coronaviruses S Makino, J G Keck, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
322 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a variant virus selected in rat brains after infection by coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus JHM F Taguchi, S G Siddell, H Wege, V ter Meulen
323 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus E1 glycoprotein expressed from cloned cDNA localizes in the Golgi region P J Rottier, J K Rose
324 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Functional differences in the peplomer glycoproteins of feline coronavirus isolates S A Fiscus, Y A Teramoto
325 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic comparison of feline coronavirus isolates: evidence for markedly different peplomer glycoproteins S A Fiscus, Y A Teramoto
326 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Three intergenic regions of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 genome RNA contain a common nucleotide sequence that is homologous to the 3' end of the viral mRNA leader sequence C J Budzilowicz, S P Wilczynski, S R Weiss
327 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Differential susceptibility of cultured neural cells to the human coronavirus OC43 J Pearson, C A Mims
328 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Effect of intergenic consensus sequence flanking sequences on coronavirus transcription S Makino, M Joo
329 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus isolates SK and SD from multiple sclerosis patients are serologically related to murine coronaviruses A59 and JHM and human coronavirus OC43, but not to human coronavirus 229E J C Gerdes, I Klein, B L DeVald, J S Burks
330 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Selective tropism of a neurotropic coronavirus for ependymal cells, neurons, and meningeal cells M Tardieu, O Boespflug, T Barbé
331 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus Multiplication Strategy I. Identification and Characterization of Virus-Specified RNA David F. Stern, S. Ian T. Kennedy
332 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Maintenance of pluripotency in mouse embryonic stem cells persistently infected with murine coronavirus A Okumura, K Machii, S Azuma, Y Toyoda, S Kyuwa
333 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Tropism of human adenovirus type 5-based vectors in swine and their ability to protect against transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus J M Torres, C Alonso, A Ortega, S Mittal, F Graham, L Enjuanes
334 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A 5'-proximal RNA sequence of murine coronavirus as a potential initiation site for genomic-length mRNA transcription X Zhang, M M Lai
335 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization in vitro of an autocatalytic processing activity associated with the predicted 3C-like proteinase domain of the coronavirus avian infectious bronchitis virus K W Tibbles, I Brierley, D Cavanagh, T D Brown
336 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus, but not the related porcine respiratory coronavirus, has a sialic acid (N-glycolylneuraminic acid) binding activity B Schultze, C Krempl, M L Ballesteros, L Shaw, R Schauer, L Enjuanes, G Herrler
337 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus contains a spherical core shell consisting of M and N proteins C Risco, I M Antón, L Enjuanes, J L Carrascosa
338 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The UCUAAAC promoter motif is not required for high-frequency leader recombination in bovine coronavirus defective interfering RNA R Y Chang, R Krishnan, D A Brian
339 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Replication of murine coronavirus defective interfering RNA from negative-strand transcripts M Joo, S Banerjee, S Makino
340 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 cis Requirement for N-specific protein sequence in bovine coronavirus defective interfering RNA replication R Y Chang, D A Brian
341 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A conserved coronavirus epitope, critical in virus neutralization, mimicked by internal-image monoclonal anti-idiotypic antibodies C Suñé, C Smerdou, I M Antón, P Abril, J Plana, L Enjuanes
342 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Structural analysis of virion proteins of the avian coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus D F Stern, L Burgess, B M Sefton
343 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The S protein of bovine coronavirus is a hemagglutinin recognizing 9-O-acetylated sialic acid as a receptor determinant B Schultze, H J Gross, R Brossmer, G Herrler
344 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus membrane fusion is blocked by modification of thiols buried within the spike protein T M Gallagher
345 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The 5' end of coronavirus minus-strand RNAs contains a short poly(U) tract M A Hofmann, D A Brain
346 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A system for study of coronavirus mRNA synthesis: a regulated, expressed subgenomic defective interfering RNA results from intergenic site insertion S Makino, M Joo, J K Makino
347 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Synthesis of coronavirus mRNAs: kinetics of inactivation of infectious bronchitis virus RNA synthesis by UV light D F Stern, B M Sefton
348 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mouse hepatitis virus S RNA sequence reveals that nonstructural proteins ns4 and ns5a are not essential for murine coronavirus replication K Yokomori, M M Lai
349 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of the receptor-binding site of murine coronavirus spike protein H Suzuki, F Taguchi
350 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus structural proteins B King, D A Brian
351 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase activity in coronavirus- infected cells D E Dennis, D A Brian
352 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Open reading frame 5 of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus as a cause of virus-induced apoptosis P Suárez, M Díaz-Guerra, C Prieto, M Esteban, J M Castro, A Nieto, J Ortín
353 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Disassociation between the in vitro and in vivo effects of nitric oxide on a neurotropic murine coronavirus T E Lane, A D Paoletti, M J Buchmeier
354 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Episodic evolution mediates interspecies transfer of a murine coronavirus R S Baric, B Yount, L Hensley, S A Peel, W Chen
355 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Point mutations in the S protein connect the sialic acid binding activity with the enteropathogenicity of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus C Krempl, B Schultze, H Laude, G Herrler
356 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of an ATPase activity associated with a 71-kilodalton polypeptide encoded in gene 1 of the human coronavirus 229E G Heusipp, U Harms, S G Siddell, J Ziebuhr
357 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Biosynthesis, purification, and characterization of the human coronavirus 229E 3C-like proteinase J Ziebuhr, G Heusipp, S G Siddell
358 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Inhibition of coronavirus 229E replication by actinomycin D D A Kennedy, C M Johnson-Lussenburg
359 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The fitness of defective interfering murine coronavirus DI-a and its derivatives is decreased by nonsense and frameshift mutations R J de Groot, R G van der Most, W J Spaan
360 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interspecies aminopeptidase-N chimeras reveal species-specific receptor recognition by canine coronavirus, feline infectious peritonitis virus, and transmissible gastroenteritis virus L Benbacer, E Kut, L Besnardeau, H Laude, B Delmas
361 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Assembled coronavirus from complementation of two defective interfering RNAs K H Kim, K Narayanan, S Makino
362 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Bovine coronavirus genome J S Guy, D A Brian
363 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interference of coronavirus infection by expression of immunoglobulin G (IgG) or IgA virus-neutralizing antibodies J Castilla, I Sola, L Enjuanes
364 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic processing of the coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus 1a polyprotein: identification of a 10-kilodalton polypeptide and determination of its cleavage sites D X Liu, H Y Xu, T D Brown
365 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of a second cleavage site and demonstration of activity in trans by the papain-like proteinase of the murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 P J Bonilla, S A Hughes, S R Weiss
366 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A subgenomic mRNA transcript of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 defective interfering (DI) RNA is packaged when it contains the DI packaging signal E C Bos, J C Dobbe, W Luytjes, W J Spaan
367 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Characterization of two temperature-sensitive mutants of coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 with maturation defects in the spike protein W Luytjes, H Gerritsma, E Bos, W Spaan
368 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus packaging signal confers packaging to nonviral RNA K Woo, M Joo, K Narayanan, K H Kim, S Makino
369 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus proteins: biogenesis of avian infectious bronchitis virus virion proteins D F Stern, B M Sefton
370 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus proteins: structure and function of the oligosaccharides of the avian infectious bronchitis virus glycoproteins D F Stern, B M Sefton
371 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Generation of coronavirus spike deletion variants by high-frequency recombination at regions of predicted RNA secondary structure C L Rowe, J O Fleming, M J Nathan, J Y Sgro, A C Palmenberg, S C Baker
372 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A role for naturally occurring variation of the murine coronavirus spike protein in stabilizing association with the cellular receptor T M Gallagher
373 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of a recombinant mouse hepatitis virus expressing a foreign gene reveals a novel aspect of coronavirus transcription F Fischer, C F Stegen, C A Koetzner, P S Masters
374 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA recombination in a coronavirus: recombination between viral genomic RNA and transfected RNA fragments C L Liao, M M Lai
375 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Infection of primary cultures of human neural cells by human coronaviruses 229E and OC43 A Bonavia, N Arbour, V W Yong, P J Talbot
376 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Cytotoxic T-cell-resistant variants arise at early times after infection in C57BL/6 but not in SCID mice infected with a neurotropic coronavirus L Pewe, S Xue, S Perlman
377 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Entry and release of transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus are restricted to apical surfaces of polarized epithelial cells J W Rossen, C P Bekker, W F Voorhout, G J Strous, A van der Ende, P J Rottier
378 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Protein interactions during coronavirus assembly V P Nguyen, B G Hogue
379 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus species specificity: murine coronavirus binds to a mouse-specific epitope on its carcinoembryonic antigen-related receptor glycoprotein S R Compton, C B Stephensen, S W Snyder, D G Weismiller, K V Holmes
380 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A novel glycoprotein of feline infectious peritonitis coronavirus contains a KDEL-like endoplasmic reticulum retention signal H Vennema, L Heijnen, P J Rottier, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
381 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of a domain required for autoproteolytic cleavage of murine coronavirus gene A polyprotein S C Baker, C K Shieh, L H Soe, M F Chang, D M Vannier, M M Lai
382 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus genomic and subgenomic minus-strand RNAs copartition in membrane-protected replication complexes P B Sethna, D A Brian
383 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Intrinsic resistance of feline peritoneal macrophages to coronavirus infection correlates with in vivo virulence C A Stoddart, F W Scott
384 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mutagenic analysis of the coronavirus intergenic consensus sequence M Joo, S Makino
385 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The E3 protein of bovine coronavirus is a receptor-destroying enzyme with acetylesterase activity R Vlasak, W Luytjes, J Leider, W Spaan, P Palese
386 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The nucleocapsid protein gene of bovine coronavirus is bicistronic S D Senanayake, M A Hofmann, J L Maki, D A Brian
387 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A cis-acting function for the coronavirus leader in defective interfering RNA replication R Y Chang, M A Hofmann, P B Sethna, D A Brian
388 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Specific interaction between coronavirus leader RNA and nucleocapsid protein S A Stohlman, R S Baric, G N Nelson, L H Soe, L M Welter, R J Deans
389 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus M proteins accumulate in the Golgi complex beyond the site of virion budding J Klumperman, J K Locker, A Meijer, M C Horzinek, H J Geuze, P J Rottier
390 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Binding of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus A59 to its receptor expressed from a recombinant vaccinia virus depends on posttranslational processing of the receptor glycoprotein M N Pensiero, G S Dveksler, C B Cardellichio, G S Jiang, P E Elia, C W Dieffenbach, K V Holmes
391 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Repair and mutagenesis of the genome of a deletion mutant of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus by targeted RNA recombination C A Koetzner, M M Parker, C S Ricard, L S Sturman, P S Masters
392 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A bulged stem-loop structure in the 3' untranslated region of the genome of the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus is essential for replication B Hsue, P S Masters
393 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus strain A59 from persistently infected murine cells exhibits an extended host range J H Schickli, B D Zelus, D E Wentworth, S G Sawicki, K V Holmes
394 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus mRNA transcription: UV light transcriptional mapping studies suggest an early requirement for a genomic-length template K Yokomori, L R Banner, M M Lai
395 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Discontinuous transcription generates heterogeneity at the leader fusion sites of coronavirus mRNAs S Makino, L H Soe, C K Shieh, M M Lai
396 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus multiplication strategy. II. Mapping the avian infectious bronchitis virus intracellular RNA species to the genome D F Stern, S I Kennedy
397 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus multiplication: locations of genes for virion proteins on the avian infectious bronchitis virus genome D F Stern, B M Sefton
398 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Murine coronavirus nonstructural protein ns2 is not essential for virus replication in transformed cells B Schwarz, E Routledge, S G Siddell
399 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Interactions between coronavirus nucleocapsid protein and viral RNAs: implications for viral transcription R S Baric, G W Nelson, J O Fleming, R J Deans, J G Keck, N Casteel, S A Stohlman
400 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification and characterization of a coronavirus packaging signal J A Fosmire, K Hwang, S Makino
401 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of spike protein residues of murine coronavirus responsible for receptor-binding activity by use of soluble receptor-resistant mutants K Saeki, N Ohtsuka, F Taguchi
402 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of a new transcriptional initiation site and the corresponding functional gene 2b in the murine coronavirus RNA genome C K Shieh, H J Lee, K Yokomori, N La Monica, S Makino, M M Lai
403 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Major receptor-binding and neutralization determinants are located within the same domain of the transmissible gastroenteritis virus (coronavirus) spike protein M Godet, J Grosclaude, B Delmas, H Laude
404 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Assembly of coronavirus spike protein into trimers and its role in epitope expression B Delmas, H Laude
405 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Mechanism of coronavirus transcription: duration of primary transcription initiation activity and effects of subgenomic RNA transcription on RNA replication Y S Jeong, S Makino
406 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Single amino acid changes in the viral glycoprotein M affect induction of alpha interferon by the coronavirus transmissible gastroenteritis virus H Laude, J Gelfi, L Lavenant, B Charley
407 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic cleavage of the E2 glycoprotein of murine coronavirus: activation of cell-fusing activity of virions by trypsin and separation of two different 90K cleavage fragments L S Sturman, C S Ricard, K V Holmes
408 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Proteolytic cleavage of the E2 glycoprotein of murine coronavirus: host-dependent differences in proteolytic cleavage and cell fusion M F Frana, J N Behnke, L S Sturman, K V Holmes
409 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Modulation of cellular macromolecular synthesis by coronavirus: implication for pathogenesis S Kyuwa, M Cohen, G Nelson, S M Tahara, S A Stohlman
410 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Unusual heterogeneity of leader-mRNA fusion in a murine coronavirus: implications for the mechanism of RNA transcription and recombination X Zhang, M M Lai
411 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the cis-acting signal for minus-strand RNA synthesis of a murine coronavirus: implications for the role of minus-strand RNA in RNA replication and transcription Y J Lin, C L Liao, M M Lai
412 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of efficiently packaged defective interfering RNAs of murine coronavirus: localization of a possible RNA-packaging signal S Makino, K Yokomori, M M Lai
413 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Amino acid sequence of a conserved neutralizing epitope of murine coronaviruses W Luytjes, D Geerts, W Posthumus, R Meloen, W Spaan
414 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Recombination between nonsegmented RNA genomes of murine coronaviruses M M Lai, R S Baric, S Makino, J G Keck, J Egbert, J L Leibowitz, S A Stohlman
415 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus replicates in testicular germ cells, alters spermatogenesis, and induces germ cell death by apoptosis J H Sur, A R Doster, J S Christian, J A Galeota, R W Wills, J J Zimmerman, F A Osorio
416 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Molecular variants of human papillomavirus type 16 from four continents suggest ancient pandemic spread of the virus and its coevolution with humankind S Y Chan, L Ho, C K Ong, V Chow, B Drescher, M Dürst, et al. (+4)
417 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 In vivo RNA-RNA recombination of coronavirus in mouse brain J G Keck, G K Matsushima, S Makino, J O Fleming, D M Vannier, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
418 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Vaccination against lethal coronavirus-induced encephalitis with a synthetic decapeptide homologous to a domain in the predicted peplomer stalk P J Talbot, G Dionne, M Lacroix
419 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Induction of alpha interferon by transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus: role of transmembrane glycoprotein E1 B Charley, H Laude
420 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 RNA recombination of murine coronaviruses: recombination between fusion-positive mouse hepatitis virus A59 and fusion-negative mouse hepatitis virus 2 J G Keck, L H Soe, S Makino, S A Stohlman, M M Lai
421 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Antigenic relationships among proteins of bovine coronavirus, human respiratory coronavirus OC43, and mouse hepatitis coronavirus A59 B G Hogue, B King, D A Brian
422 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 High-frequency leader sequence switching during coronavirus defective interfering RNA replication S Makino, M M Lai
423 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Cell-free translation of murine coronavirus RNA J L Leibowitz, S R Weiss, E Paavola, C W Bond
424 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Avian-to-human transmission of the PB1 gene of influenza A viruses in the 1957 and 1968 pandemics Y Kawaoka, S Krauss, R G Webster
425 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Isolation of coronavirus envelope glycoproteins and interaction with the viral nucleocapsid L S Sturman, K V Holmes, J Behnke
426 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Coronavirus JHM: Cell-Free Synthesis of Structural Protein p60 Stuart G. Siddell, Helmut Wege, Andrea Barthel, Volker ter Meulen
427 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of the catalytic sites of a papain-like cysteine proteinase of murine coronavirus S C Baker, K Yokomori, S Dong, R Carlisle, A E Gorbalenya, E V Koonin, M M Lai
428 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Genetic analysis of porcine respiratory coronavirus, an attenuated variant of transmissible gastroenteritis virus R D Wesley, R D Woods, A K Cheung
429 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 A domain at the 3' end of the polymerase gene is essential for encapsidation of coronavirus defective interfering RNAs R G van der Most, P J Bredenbeek, W J Spaan
430 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Disulfide bonds in folding and transport of mouse hepatitis coronavirus glycoproteins D J Opstelten, P de Groote, M C Horzinek, H Vennema, P J Rottier
431 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Induction of self-reactive T cells after murine coronavirus infection S Kyuwa, K Yamaguchi, Y Toyoda, K Fujiwara
432 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Replication and packaging of coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus defective RNAs lacking a long open reading frame Z Pénzes, C Wroe, T D Brown, P Britton, D Cavanagh
433 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Infection by coronavirus JHM of rat neurons and oligodendrocyte-type-2 astrocyte lineage cells during distinct developmental stages J M Pasick, S Dales
434 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Fusion formation by the uncleaved spike protein of murine coronavirus JHMV variant cl-2 F Taguchi
435 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of polypeptides encoded in open reading frame 1b of the putative polymerase gene of the murine coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus A59 M R Denison, P W Zoltick, J L Leibowitz, C J Pachuk, S R Weiss
436 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Several members of the mouse carcinoembryonic antigen-related glycoprotein family are functional receptors for the coronavirus mouse hepatitis virus-A59 G S Dveksler, C W Dieffenbach, C B Cardellichio, K McCuaig, M N Pensiero, G S Jiang, et al. (+2)
437 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Minus-strand copies of replicating coronavirus mRNAs contain antileaders P B Sethna, M A Hofmann, D A Brian
438 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 The 3' untranslated region of coronavirus RNA is required for subgenomic mRNA transcription from a defective interfering RNA Y J Lin, X Zhang, R C Wu, M M Lai
439 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Identification of an immunodominant linear neutralization domain on the S2 portion of the murine coronavirus spike glycoprotein and evidence that it forms part of complex tridimensional structure C Daniel, R Anderson, M J Buchmeier, J O Fleming, W J Spaan, H Wege, P J Talbot
440 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Analysis of murine coronavirus surface glycoprotein functions by using monoclonal antibodies E Routledge, R Stauber, M Pfleiderer, S G Siddell
441 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Alteration of the pH dependence of coronavirus-induced cell fusion: effect of mutations in the spike glycoprotein T M Gallagher, C Escarmis, M J Buchmeier
442 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Feline aminopeptidase N serves as a receptor for feline, canine, porcine, and human coronaviruses in serogroup I D B Tresnan, R Levis, K V Holmes
443 [GO] 2020―Jan―06 Equine arteritis virus is not a togavirus but belongs to the coronaviruslike superfamily J A den Boon, E J Snijder, E D Chirnside, A A de Vries, M C Horzinek, W J Spaan
444 [GO] 2020―Jan―03 Phylogenetics, Genomic Recombination, and NSP2 Polymorphic Patterns of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus in China and the United States in 2014-2018 Fang Yu, Yi Yan, Mang Shi, Hai-Zhou Liu, Hong-Liang Zhang, Yong-Bo Yang, et al. (+12)
445 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Depletion of Blood-Borne Macrophages Does Not Reduce Demyelination in Mice Infected with a Neurotropic Coronavirus Shurong Xue, Ning Sun, Nico Van Rooijen, Stanley Perlman
446 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Identification of a Coronavirus Hemagglutinin-Esterase with a Substrate Specificity Different from Those of Influenza C Virus and Bovine Coronavirus Alfred Klausegger, Birgit Strobl, Gerhard Regl, Alexandra Kaser, Willem Luytjes, Reinhard Vlasak
447 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Macrophage Infiltration, but Not Apoptosis, Is Correlated with Immune-Mediated Demyelination following Murine Infection with a Neurotropic Coronavirus Gregory F. Wu, Stanley Perlman
448 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Structural Maturation of the Transmissible Gastroenteritis Coronavirus Iñigo J. Salanueva, José L. Carrascosa, Cristina Risco
449 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Infection with Cytotoxic T-Lymphocyte Escape Mutants Results in Increased Mortality and Growth Retardation in Mice Infected with a Neurotropic Coronavirus Lecia Pewe, Shurong Xue, Stanley Perlman
450 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Feline Coronavirus Type II Strains 79-1683 and 79-1146 Originate from a Double Recombination between Feline Coronavirus Type I and Canine Coronavirus Arnold A. P. M. Herrewegh, Ingrid Smeenk, Marian C. Horzinek, Peter J. M. Rottier, Raoul J. de Groot
451 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Persistent Infection of Human Oligodendrocytic and Neuroglial Cell Lines by Human Coronavirus 229E Nathalie Arbour, Sophie Ekandé, Geneviève Côté, Claude Lachance, Fanny Chagnon, Marc Tardieu, et al. (+2)
452 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Involvement of Aminopeptidase N (CD13) in Infection of Human Neural Cells by Human Coronavirus 229E Claude Lachance, Nathalie Arbour, Neil R. Cashman, Pierre J. Talbot
453 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Proteolytic Processing at the Amino Terminus of Human Coronavirus 229E Gene 1-Encoded Polyproteins: Identification of a Papain-Like Proteinase and Its Substrate Jens Herold, Alexander E. Gorbalenya, Volker Thiel, Barbara Schelle, Stuart G. Siddell
454 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Processing of the Human Coronavirus 229E Replicase Polyproteins by the Virus-Encoded 3C-Like Proteinase: Identification of Proteolytic Products and Cleavage Sites Common to pp1a and pp1ab John Ziebuhr, Stuart G. Siddell
455 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Analysis of Constructed E Gene Mutants of Mouse Hepatitis Virus Confirms a Pivotal Role for E Protein in Coronavirus Assembly Françoise Fischer, Carola F. Stegen, Paul S. Masters, William A. Samsonoff
456 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Importance of the Positive-Strand RNA Secondary Structure of a Murine Coronavirus Defective Interfering RNA Internal Replication Signal in Positive-Strand RNA Synthesis John F. Repass, Shinji Makino
457 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Transmissible Gastroenteritis Coronavirus Induces Programmed Cell Death in Infected Cells through a Caspase-Dependent Pathway Jean-François Eleouet, Stefan Chilmonczyk, Lydia Besnardeau, Hubert Laude
458 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Intracellular Complexes of Viral Spike and Cellular Receptor Accumulate during Cytopathic Murine Coronavirus Infections Pasupuleti V. Rao, Thomas M. Gallagher
459 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Targeted Recombination Demonstrates that the Spike Gene of Transmissible Gastroenteritis Coronavirus Is a Determinant of Its Enteric Tropism and Virulence Carlos M. Sánchez, Ander Izeta, Jose M. Sánchez-Morgado, Sara Alonso, Isabel Sola, Mónica Balasch, et al. (+2)
460 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Mapping of the Coronavirus Membrane Protein Domains Involved in Interaction with the Spike Protein Cornelis A. M. de Haan, M. Smeets, F. Vernooij, H. Vennema, P. J. M. Rottier
461 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 The Putative Helicase of the Coronavirus Mouse Hepatitis Virus Is Processed from the Replicase Gene Polyprotein and Localizes in Complexes That Are Active in Viral RNA Synthesis Mark R. Denison, Willy J. M. Spaan, Yvonne van der Meer, C. Anne Gibson, Amy C. Sims, Erik Prentice, Xiao Tao Lu
462 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Mutational Analysis of the Virus and Monoclonal Antibody Binding Sites in MHVR, the Cellular Receptor of the Murine Coronavirus Mouse Hepatitis Virus Strain A59 David R. Wessner, Paul C. Shick, Jin-Hua Lu, Christine B. Cardellichio, Sara E. Gagneten, Nicole Beauchemin, et al. (+2)
463 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 The Spike Protein of Murine Coronavirus Mouse Hepatitis Virus Strain A59 Is Not Cleaved in Primary Glial Cells and Primary Hepatocytes Susan T. Hingley, Isabelle Leparc-Goffart, Susan R. Weiss
464 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Targeted Recombination within the Spike Gene of Murine Coronavirus Mouse Hepatitis Virus-A59: Q159 Is a Determinant of Hepatotropism Isabelle Leparc-Goffart, Susan T. Hingley, Ming Ming Chua, Joanna Phillips, Ehud Lavi, Susan R. Weiss
465 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Transgenic Mice Secreting Coronavirus Neutralizing Antibodies into the Milk Isabel Sola, Joaquín Castilla, Belén Pintado, José M. Sánchez-Morgado, C. Bruce A. Whitelaw, A. John Clark, Luis Enjuanes
466 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Acute and Persistent Infection of Human Neural Cell Lines by Human Coronavirus OC43 Nathalie Arbour, Geneviève Côté, Claude Lachance, Marc Tardieu, Neil R. Cashman, Pierre J. Talbot
467 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Coronavirus Particle Assembly: Primary Structure Requirements of the Membrane Protein Cornelis A. M. de Haan, Lili Kuo, Paul S. Masters, Harry Vennema, Peter J. M. Rottier
468 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Coronavirus Pseudoparticles Formed with Recombinant M and E Proteins Induce Alpha Interferon Synthesis by Leukocytes Pierre Baudoux, Charles Carrat, Lydia Besnardeau, Bernard Charley, Hubert Laude
469 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Purified, Soluble Recombinant Mouse Hepatitis Virus Receptor, Bgp1b, and Bgp2 Murine Coronavirus Receptors Differ in Mouse Hepatitis Virus Binding and Neutralizing Activities Bruce D. Zelus, David R. Wessner, Richard K. Williams, Michael N. Pensiero, Fenna T. Phibbs, Mark deSouza, et al. (+2)
470 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Expression of Murine Coronavirus Recombinant Papain-Like Proteinase: Efficient Cleavage Is Dependent on the Lengths of both the Substrate and the Proteinase Polypeptides Henry Teng, Josefina D. Piñón, Susan R. Weiss
471 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 A Phylogenetically Conserved Hairpin-Type 3′ Untranslated Region Pseudoknot Functions in Coronavirus RNA Replication Gwyn D. Williams, Ruey-Yi Chang, David A. Brian
472 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Amino Acid Substitutions within the Leucine Zipper Domain of the Murine Coronavirus Spike Protein Cause Defects in Oligomerization and the Ability To Induce Cell-to-Cell Fusion Zongli Luo, Avery M. Matthews, Susan R. Weiss
473 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Pathogenesis of Chimeric MHV4/MHV-A59 Recombinant Viruses: the Murine Coronavirus Spike Protein Is a Major Determinant of Neurovirulence Joanna J. Phillips, Ming Ming Chua, Ehud Lavi, Susan R. Weiss
474 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Coronavirus Transcription Early in Infection Sungwhan An, Akihiko Maeda, Shinji Makino
475 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 The Coronavirus Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus Causes Infection after Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis and Acid-Dependent Fusion with an Intracellular Compartment G. H. Hansen, B. Delmas, L. Besnardeau, L. K. Vogel, H. Laude, H. Sjöström, O. Norén
476 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Replication and Packaging of Transmissible Gastroenteritis Coronavirus-Derived Synthetic Minigenomes Ander Izeta, Cristian Smerdou, Sara Alonso, Zoltan Penzes, Ana Mendez, Juan Plana-Durán, Luis Enjuanes
477 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Murine Coronavirus-Induced Subacute Fatal Peritonitis in C57BL/6 Mice Deficient in Gamma Interferon Shigeru Kyuwa, Yoh-ichi Tagawa, Shinwa Shibata, Kunio Doi, Kenji Machii, Yoichiroh Iwakura
478 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Translation from the 5′ Untranslated Region (UTR) of mRNA 1 Is Repressed, but That from the 5′ UTR of mRNA 7 Is Stimulated in Coronavirus-Infected Cells Savithra D. Senanayake, David A. Brian
479 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Induction of Apoptosis in Murine Coronavirus-Infected Cultured Cells and Demonstration of E Protein as an Apoptosis Inducer Sungwhan An, Chun-Jen Chen, Xin Yu, Julian L. Leibowitz, Shinji Makino
480 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 The Viral Spike Protein Is Not Involved in the Polarized Sorting of Coronaviruses in Epithelial Cells † J. W. A. Rossen, R. de Beer, G.-J. Godeke, M. J. B. Raamsman, M. C. Horzinek, H. Vennema, P. J. M. Rottier
481 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Infectious Transcripts from Cloned Genome-Length cDNA of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus J. J. M. Meulenberg, J. N. A. Bos-de Ruijter, R. van de Graaf, G. Wensvoort, R. J. M. Moormann
482 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Comparison: Divergent Evolution on Two Continents Chris J. Nelsen, Michael P. Murtaugh, Kay S. Faaberg
483 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 A Subset of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus GP3 Glycoprotein Is Released into the Culture Medium of Cells as a Non-Virion-Associated and Membrane-Free (Soluble) Form † Helmi Mardassi, Patrick Gonin, Carl A. Gagnon, Bernard Massie, Serge Dea
484 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Identification of a Putative Receptor for Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus on Porcine Alveolar Macrophages Xiaobo Duan, Hans J. Nauwynck, Herman W. Favoreel, Maurice B. Pensaert
485 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Avirulent Avian Influenza Virus as a Vaccine Strain against a Potential Human Pandemic Ayato Takada, Noritaka Kuboki, Katsunori Okazaki, Ai Ninomiya, Hiroko Tanaka, Hiroichi Ozaki, et al. (+6)
486 [GO] 2019―Dec―31 Molecular Basis for the Generation in Pigs of Influenza A Viruses with Pandemic Potential Toshihiro Ito, J. Nelson S. S. Couceiro, Sørge Kelm, Linda G. Baum, Scott Krauss, Maria R. Castrucci, et al. (+5)
487 [GO] 2019―Dec―09 Molecular mechanism for antibody-dependent enhancement of coronavirus entry Yushun Wan, Jian Shang, Shihui Sun, Wanbo Tai, Jing Chen, Qibin Geng, et al. (+7)
488 [GO] 2019―Dec―05 Trypsin treatment unlocks barrier for zoonotic bat coronaviruses infection. Vineet D. Menachery, Kenneth H. Dinnon, Boyd L. Yount, Eileen T. McAnarney, Lisa E. Gralinski, Andrew Hale, et al. (+8)


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