Andres Merits Institute of Technology, University of Tartu
2 protocols

Andrew Firth Department of pathology, University of Cambridge, UK, UK,
1 protocol

Aleksei Lulla Institute of Technology, University of Tartu, Estonia
1 protocol
David Paul MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
55 protocols

Kristopher Marjon Stanford Univeristy
5 protocols

Timo Lehti University of Helsinki
21 protocols

Vaibhav Shah The University of New South Wales
21 protocols

Valeria Lulla
  • Principal Investigator, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK
Research focus
  • RNA viruses
  • 2 Author merit
2 Protocols published
Enterovirus Competition Assay to Assess Replication Fitness
Authors:  Valeria Lulla and Andrew E. Firth, date: 05/20/2019, view: 4836, Q&A: 0
In virology the difference between the fitness of two viruses can be determined by using various methods, such as virus titer, growth curve analysis, measurement of virus infectivity, analysis of produced RNA copies and viral protein production. ...
IFN-α/β Detection Assay Using Sensor Cell Lines
Authors:  Valeria Lulla, Andres Merits and Aleksei Lulla, date: 05/20/2014, view: 10913, Q&A: 0
Type I interferons (IFN-α/β) play an important role in host resistance to viral infections. Signaling through the JAK-STAT pathway, IFN-α/β stimulates response elements (ISRE) in the promoters of ISG to regulate their expression (reviewed in ...
7 Protocols reviewed
Quantification of Protein Kinase A (PKA) Activity by An in vitro Radioactive Assay Using the Mouse Sperm Derived Enzyme
Authors:  Cintia Stival, Carolina Baro Graf, Pablo E. Visconti and Dario Krapf, date: 06/20/2020, view: 3459, Q&A: 0
In order to acquire fertilizing potential, mammalian sperm must undergo a process known as capacitation, which relies on the early activation of Protein Kinase A (PKA). Frequently, PKA activity is assessed in whole-cell ...
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Pathogenicity Assay of Verticillium nonalfalfae on Hop Plants
Authors:  Marko Flajšman, Sebastjan Radišek and Branka Javornik, date: 03/20/2017, view: 8583, Q&A: 0
Verticillium nonalfalfae is a soil-borne plant pathogen that infects its hosts through roots. It spreads in the plant’s xylem and causes wilt disease symptoms by secreting different virulence factors. Hop (Humulus lupulus) is a ...
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