Recombinomics, Inc. Founder and President, Henry L Niman earned a PhD at the University of Southern California in 1978. His dissertation focused on feline retroviral expression in tumors in domestic cats. ...
My interests lie in elucidating the molecular determinants of virulence of emerging viruses, including Ebola virus and pandemic influenza virus. Two main avenues of research are being ...
Description of Research Program:
Class I molecules of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) function to display oligopeptides derived from intracellular proteins to T cells bearing CD8 molecules ...
Influenza is a major public health problem, with tens of thousands of deaths annually in the U.S. alone. Influenza viruses change due to mutations and to reassortment of viral genes, so new strains arise ...
Current Research Virology
Our laboratory has developed several techniques which allow the genetic manipulation of negative strand RNA virus genomes. We are currently using this methodology in two major ...
Larisa V. Gubareva
Primary Appointment: Assistant Professor of Research of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases
Year of Birth: 1948
M.D. Degree: Stanford University, 1973
Residency: Internal Medicine, Strong Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: Infectious Diseases, University of Rochester
1. Influenza pathogenesis and host range restriction
2. Influenza virus assembly
3. Reverse Genetics - generation of influenza viruses entirely from cloned cDNA
4. Role of Ebola ...
Robert Lamb's laboratory studies the replication of influenza virus and paramyxoviruses, particularly virus-mediated membrane fusion, the action of the M2 and BM2 protein-selective ion channels, enveloped ...
Research in the Influenza Laboratory is both applied and basic. The focus of the research is support of the mission of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research in ensuring the safety, efficacy ...
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