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Susan Hafenstein Department of Medicine, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, USA
1 protocol

Lindsey Organtini Microbiology and Immunology Department, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, USA
1 protocol
Coreviewers
Angela Corona University of Cagliari
3 protocols

Balaji Olety Amaranath University of Massachusetts medical School
2 protocols

Cristina Suárez Heidelberg University
1 protocol

Emilia Krypotou Yale University
8 protocols

Reviewer
Kristin L. Shingler
  • Post-Doc, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • bacteriophage, DNA packaging, molecular motors, Phi29
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, Penn State College of Medicine, 2015

Lab information

Paul Jardine Lab

1 Protocol published
Enterovirus 71 Virus Propagation and Purification
Authors:  Kristin L. Shingler, Lindsey J. Organtini and Susan Hafenstein, date: 05/05/2014, view: 6971, Q&A: 0
Since its discovery in 1969, enterovirus 71 (EV71) has emerged as a serious worldwide health threat. This member of the picornavirus family causes hand, foot, and mouth disease, and also has the capacity to invade the central nervous system to cause ...
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Assessing the Efficacy of Small Molecule Inhibitors in a Mouse Model of Persistent Norovirus Infection
Authors:  Jana Van Dycke, Johan Neyts and Joana Rocha-Pereira, date: 05/05/2018, view: 753, Q&A: 0
Human norovirus is the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis worldwide, resulting in estimated mortality of ~210,000 each year, of whom most are children under the age of five. However, norovirus can infect people of all age groups. There is a ...
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Time-of-addition and Temperature-shift Assays to Determine Particular Step(s) in the Viral Life Cycle that is Blocked by Antiviral Substance(s)
Authors:  Chie Aoki-Utsubo, Ming Chen and Hak Hotta, date: 05/05/2018, view: 599, Q&A: 0
Viruses infect their host cells to produce progeny virus particles through the sequential steps of the viral life cycle, such as viral attachment, entry, penetration and post-entry events. This protocol describes time-of-addition and ...
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