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Effect of simultaneous administration of cold-adapted and wild-type influenza A viruses on experimental wild-type influenza infection in humans
Youngner JS, et al. J Clin Microbiol 1994 - Clinical Trial. PMID 8195389 Free PMC article.
Youngner, J. Infect. Dis. 164:1200-1202, 1991), an evaluation of the ability of the cold-adapted virus to modify clinical disease in humans was made. ...
Youngner, J. Infect. Dis. 164:1200-1202, 1991), an evaluation of the ability of the cold-adapted virus to modify clinical disease in
Interferon production by inactivated Newcastle disease virus in cell cultures and in mice
Youngner JS, et al. J Bacteriol 1966. PMID 5926753 Free PMC article.
Youngner, Julius S. (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.), Anne W. Scott, Jules V. Hallum, and Warren R. Stinebring. Interferon production by inactivated Newcastle disease virus in cell cultures and in mice. ...
Youngner, Julius S. (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.), Anne W. Scott, Jules V. Hallum, and Warren R. Stinebring. Interferon
The L protein of a VSV mutant isolated from a persistent infection is responsible for viral interference and dominance over the wild-type
Jordan JA, et al. Virology 1989. Among authors: Youngner JS. PMID 2538028
Youngner, 1987, Virology, 158, 407-413). In an attempt to identify the VSV-Pi gene product responsible for transcriptional interference, various combinations of purified VSV-Pi and wt-VSV transcribing core proteins were analyzed in an in vitro transcription assay and compared to homologous wild-type controls. ...
Youngner, 1987, Virology, 158, 407-413). In an attempt to identify the VSV-Pi gene product responsible for transcriptional interferen
Dominance of temperature-sensitive phenotypes. II. Vesicular stomatitis virus mutants from a persistent infection interfere with shut-off of host protein synthesis by wild-type virus
Jordan JA and Youngner JS. Virology 1987. PMID 3035789
Youngner, D. W. Frielle, and P. Whitaker-Dowling, 1986, Virology 155, 225-235). Unlike the ts mutants representing complementation groups I and IV, coinfection with VSV-PI does not reduce the yield of infectious wt-VSV at either the permissive (37 degrees) or nonpermissive (39.5 degrees) temperatures. ...
Youngner, D. W. Frielle, and P. Whitaker-Dowling, 1986, Virology 155, 225-235). Unlike the ts mutants representing complementation gr
Urea and thermal mutants of poliovirus
Hallum JV and Youngner JS. J Bacteriol 1966. PMID 4287583 Free PMC article.
Youngner. Urea and thermal mutants of poliovirus. J. Bacteriol. 91:2305-2308. 1966.-Thermally selected mutants of poliovirus which differed in sensitivity to heating at 50 C were inactivated with urea. ...
Youngner. Urea and thermal mutants of poliovirus. J. Bacteriol. 91:2305-2308. 1966.-Thermally selected mutants of poliovirus which di
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