Selected Publications

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2022 Gut Microbiome Composition and Serum Metabolome Profile Among Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury and Normal Glucose Tolerance or Prediabetes/Type 2 DiabetesArchives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  103:702-710. 2022
2022 Host Genetics But Not Commensal Microbiota Determines the Initial Development of Systemic Autoimmune Disease in BXD2 MiceArthritis and Rheumatology.  74:634-640. 2022
2021 Changes in the gut microbiome community of nonhuman primates following radiation injuryBMC Microbiology.  21. 2021
2021 Incongruence between dominant commensal donor microbes in recipient feces post fecal transplant and response to anti-PD-1 immunotherapyBMC Microbiology.  21. 2021
2021 Scheduled Empiric Antibiotics May Alter the Gut Microbiome and Nutrition Outcomes in Pediatric Intestinal FailureNutrition in Clinical Practice.  36:1230-1239. 2021
2021 Corrigendum to “Potential role for age as a modulator of oral nitrate reductase activity”. [Nitric oxide J, (2021 Mar 1). 108. 1–7] (Nitric Oxide (2021) 108 (1–7), (S1089860320302123), (10.1016/j.niox.2020.12.001))Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry.  113-114:78-79. 2021
2021 Microbial composition and genes for key metabolic attributes in the gut digesta of sea urchins lytechinus variegatus and strongylocentrotus purpuratus using shotgun metagenomicsCurrent Issues in Molecular Biology.  43:978-995. 2021
2021 Microbial community changes in a female rat model of Rett syndromeProgress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry.  109. 2021
2021 High Fructose Corn Syrup-Moderate Fat Diet Potentiates Anxio-Depressive Behavior and Alters Ventral Striatal Neuronal SignalingFrontiers in Neuroscience.  15. 2021
2021 A dietary intervention high in green leafy vegetables reduces oxidative dna damage in adults at increased risk of colorectal cancer: Biological outcomes of the randomized controlled meat and three greens (M3G) feasibility trialNutrients.  13. 2021
2021 Examining the Role of Microbiota in Emotional Behavior: Antibiotic Treatment Exacerbates Anxiety in High Anxiety-Prone Male RatsNeuroscience.  459:179-197. 2021
2021 ICOS ligand and IL-10 synergize to promote host–microbiota mutualism 2021
2021 Potential role for age as a modulator of oral nitrate reductase activityNitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry.  108:1-7. 2021
2021 Associations between Dietary Fiber, the Fecal Microbiota and Estrogen Metabolism in Postmenopausal Women with Breast Cancer 2021
2021 Bronchopulmonary dysplasia is associated with reduced oral nitrate reductase activity in extremely preterm infantsRedox Biology.  38. 2021
2021 Gut microbial differences in breast and prostate cancer cases from two randomised controlled trials compared to matched cancer-free controls 2021
2021 Human gut microbial communities dictate efficacy of anti-PD-1 therapy in a humanized microbiome mouse model of glioma 2021
2020 Nutritional combinatorial impact on the gut microbiota and plasma short-chain fatty acids levels in the prevention of mammary cancer in Her2/neu estrogen receptor-negative transgenic micePLoS ONE.  15. 2020
2020 Perturbation of the human gastrointestinal tract microbial ecosystem by oral drugs to treat chronic disease results in a spectrum of individual specific patterns of extinction and persistence of dominant microbial strainsPLoS ONE.  15. 2020
2020 Strain Tracking to Identify Individualized Patterns of Microbial Strain Stability in the Developing Infant Gut EcosystemFrontiers in Pediatrics.  8. 2020
2020 Differences in airway microbiome and metabolome of single lung transplant recipientsRespiratory Research.  21. 2020
2020 Evaluation of a ketogenic diet for improvement of neurological recovery in individuals with acute spinal cord injury: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trialTrials.  21. 2020
2020 An individualized mosaic of maternal microbial strains is transmitted to the infant gut microbial communityRoyal Society Open Science.  7. 2020
2020 Fecal Akkermansia muciniphila Is Associated with Body Composition and Microbiota Diversity in Overweight and Obese Women with Breast Cancer Participating in a Presurgical Weight Loss TrialJournal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  120:650-659. 2020
2020 Midtrimester microbial DNA variations in maternal serum of women who experience spontaneous preterm birth 2020
2020 Comparison of the gut microbiome composition among individuals with acute or long-standing spinal cord injury vs. able-bodied controlsJournal of Spinal Cord Medicine2020
2019 Depletion of dietary aryl hydrocarbon receptor ligands alters microbiota composition and functionScientific Reports.  9. 2019
2019 Eradication of Helicobacter pylori in Children Restores the Structure of the Gastric Bacterial Community to That of Noninfected ChildrenGastroenterology.  157:1673-1675. 2019
2019 Individualized recovery of gut microbial strains post antibioticsnpj Biofilms and Microbiomes.  5. 2019
2019 Sharing of gut microbial strains between selected individual sets of twins cohabitating for decadesPLoS ONE.  14. 2019
2019 Preventing dysbiosis of the neonatal mouse intestinal microbiome protects against late-onset sepsisNature Medicine.  25:1772-1782. 2019
2019 Individualized recovery of gut microbial strains post antibiotics.npj Biofilms and Microbiomes.  5:30. 2019
2019 High-throughput amplicon sequencing datasets of the metacommunity DNA of the gut microbiota of naturally occurring and laboratory aquaculture green sea urchins Lytechinus variegatusData in Brief.  26. 2019
2019 Primary outcomes of a randomized controlled crossover trial to explore the effects of a high chlorophyll dietary intervention to reduce colon cancer risk in adults: The meat and three greens (M3G) feasibility trialNutrients.  11. 2019
2019 Dietary Nitrite Drives Disease Outcomes in Oral Polymicrobial InfectionsJournal of Dental Research.  98:1020-1026. 2019
2019 Utilizing a low-carbohydrate/high-protein diet to improve metabolic health in individuals with spinal cord injury (DISH): Study protocol for a randomized controlled trialTrials.  20. 2019
2019 Obesogenic diet in aging mice disrupts gut microbe composition and alters neutrophi:lymphocyte ratio, leading to inflamed milieu in acute heart failureThe FASEB Journal.  33:6456-6469. 2019
2019 Gut microbiota diversity is associated with cardiorespiratory fitness in post-primary treatment breast cancer survivorsExperimental Physiology.  104:529-539. 2019
2019 Akkermansia muciniphila is permissive to arthritis in the K/BxN mouse model of arthritisGenes and Immunity.  20:158-166. 2019
2019 The purple sea urchin strongylocentrotus purpuratus demonstrates a compartmentalization of gut bacterial microbiota, predictive functional attributes, and taxonomic co-occurrenceMicroorganisms.  7. 2019
2019 Ultraviolet radiation, both UVA and UVB, influences the composition of the skin microbiomeExperimental Dermatology.  28:136-141. 2019
2019 In Silico and Experimental Evaluation of Primer Sets for Species-Level Resolution of the Vaginal Microbiota Using 16S Ribosomal RNA Gene SequencingJournal of Infectious Diseases.  219:305-314. 2019
2019 Microbiome predictors of dysbiosis and vre decolonization in patients with recurrent c. Difficile infections in a multi-center retrospective studyAIMS Microbiology.  5:1-18. 2019
2018 New microbe genomic variants in patients fecal community following surgical disruption of the upper human gastrointestinal tractHuman Microbiome Journal.  10:37-42. 2018
2018 Associations between Race, Perceived Psychological Stress, and the Gut Microbiota in a Sample of Generally Healthy Black and White Women: A Pilot Study on the Role of Race and Perceived Psychological StressPsychosomatic Medicine.  80:640-648. 2018
2018 Metagenomic analysis of microbial community compositions and cold-responsive stress genes in selected antarctic lacustrine and soil ecosystemsLife.  8. 2018
2018 Ocean warming alters predicted microbiome functionality in a common sea urchinProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.  285. 2018
2018 Composition and richness of the serum microbiome differ by age and link to systemic inflammationGeroscience.  40:257-268. 2018
2018 Dietary Changes Impact the Gut Microbe Composition in Overweight and Obese Men with Prostate Cancer Undergoing Radical ProstatectomyJournal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  118:714-723.e1. 2018
2018 Distal airway microbiome is associated with immunoregulatory myeloid cell responses in lung transplant recipients 2018
2018 Metabolites and microbial composition of stool of women with fecal incontinence: Study design and methodsNeurourology and Urodynamics.  37:634-641. 2018
2018 Age and fecal microbial strain-specific differences in patients with spondyloarthritis 2018
2018 Sinus microanatomy and microbiota in a rabbit model of rhinosinusitisFrontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.  7. 2018
2018 Analysis of the tonsillar microbiome in young adults with sore throat reveals a high relative abundance of Fusobacterium necrophorum with low diversityPLoS ONE.  13. 2018
2018 Microbial Community Composition and Predicted Functional Attributes of Antarctic Lithobionts Using Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing and Bioinformatics ToolsMethods in Microbiology.  45:243-290. 2018
2017 16S Ribosomal RNA Gene Sequencing to Evaluate the Effects of 6 Commonly Prescribed AntibioticsJournal of Endodontics.  43:1984-1989. 2017
2017 Identification of donor microbe species that colonize and persist long term in the recipient after fecal transplant for recurrent Clostridium difficilenpj Biofilms and Microbiomes.  3. 2017
2017 Impact of genistein on the gut microbiome of humanized mice and its role in breast tumor inhibitionPLoS ONE.  12. 2017
2017 Comparison of two bioinformatics tools used to characterize the microbial diversity and predictive functional attributes of microbial mats from Lake Obersee, AntarcticaJournal of Microbiological Methods.  140:15-22. 2017
2017 Feasibility of providing safe mouth care and collecting oral and fecal microbiome samples from nursing home residents with dysphagiaJournal of Gerontological Nursing.  43:9-15. 2017
2017 Fecal Microbiota Transplant in Severe/Complicated Clostridium difficile Infection: A Retrospective Case SeriesInfectious Diseases in Clinical Practice.  25:264-267. 2017
2017 Helicobacter pylori infection is associated with an altered gastric microbiota in childrenMucosal Immunology.  10:1169-1177. 2017
2017 Comparative effectiveness of faecal microbiota transplant by route of administrationJournal of Hospital Infection.  96:349-352. 2017
2017 Potential risk for localized aggressive periodontitis in African American preadolescent childrenPediatric Dentistry.  39:294-298. 2017
2017 Targeting of Streptococcus mutans Biofilms by a Novel Small Molecule Prevents Dental Caries and Preserves the Oral MicrobiomeJournal of Dental Research.  96:807-814. 2017
2017 Gut microbiota composition associated with alterations in cardiorespiratory fitness and psychosocial outcomes among breast cancer survivorsSupportive Care in Cancer.  25:1563-1570. 2017
2017 Metagenomics approach to the study of the gut microbiome structure and function in zebrafish Danio rerio fed with gluten formulated dietJournal of Microbiological Methods.  135:69-76. 2017
2017 Duodenal endoluminal barrier sleeve alters gut microbiota of ZDF ratsInternational Journal of Obesity.  41:381-389. 2017
2017 Erratum: Feasibility outcomes of a presurgical randomized controlled trial exploring the impact of caloric restriction and increased physical activity versus a wait-list control on tumor characteristics and circulating biomarkers in men electing prostatectomy for prostate cancer. [BMC Cancer, 16 (2016) (61)]BMC Cancer.  17. 2017
2017 Erratum: Author Correction: Identification of donor microbe species that colonize and persist long term in the recipient after fecal transplant for recurrent Clostridium difficile.npj Biofilms and Microbiomes.  3:29. 2017
2016 Fecal metabolomics in pediatric spondyloarthritis implicate decreased metabolic diversity and altered tryptophan metabolism as pathogenic factorsGenes and Immunity.  17:400-405. 2016
2016 Gravidas with class III obesity: evaluating the abdominal skin microbiota above and below the panniculus* 2016
2016 Midtrimester cervicovaginal microbiota: Identification of microbial variations associated with puerperal infection at term 2016
2016 Detailed methods of two home-based vegetable gardening intervention trials to improve diet, physical activity, and quality of life in two different populations of cancer survivorsContemporary Clinical Trials.  50:201-212. 2016
2016 The gut microbiome of the sea urchin, Lytechinus variegatus, from its natural habitat demonstrates selective attributes of microbial taxa and predictive metabolic profilesFEMS Microbiology Ecology.  92. 2016
2016 Urinary microbiota associated with preterm birth: Results from the conditions affecting neurocognitive development and learning in early childhood (CANDLE) studyPLoS ONE.  11. 2016
2016 The Airway Microbiome at BirthScientific Reports.  6. 2016
2016 Letter: a simple out-patient faecal microbiota transplant techniqueAlimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.  44:101. 2016
2016 Cervical microbiota associated with higher grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in women infected with high-risk human papillomavirusesCancer Prevention Research.  9:357-366. 2016
2016 Vaginal Microbiota in Pregnancy: Evaluation Based on Vaginal Flora, Birth Outcome, and Race 2016
2016 Feasibility outcomes of a presurgical randomized controlled trial exploring the impact of caloric restriction and increased physical activity versus a wait-list control on tumor characteristics and circulating biomarkers in men electing prostatectomy for prostate cancerBMC Cancer.  16. 2016
2016 Colonization potential to reconstitute a microbe community in patients detected early after fecal microbe transplant for recurrent C. difficileBMC Microbiology.  16. 2016
2016 Response of germfree mice to colonization by Oxalobacter formigenes and altered Schaedler floraApplied and Environmental Microbiology.  82:6952-6960. 2016
2015 Influences of diet and the gut microbiome on epigenetic modulation in cancer and other diseasesClinical Epigenetics.  7. 2015
2015 Gut microbial dysbiosis due to helicobacter drives an increase in marginal zone B cells in the absence of IL-10 signaling in macrophagesJournal of Immunology.  195:3071-3085. 2015
2015 Loss of vancomycin-resistant enterococcus fecal dominance in an organ transplant patient with Clostridium difficile colitis after fecal microbiota transplantOpen Forum Infectious Diseases.  2. 2015
2015 An abundance of Epsilonproteobacteria revealed in the gut microbiome of the laboratory cultured sea urchin, Lytechinus variegatusFrontiers in Microbiology.  6. 2015
2014 Altered microbiota associated with abnormal humoral immune responses to commensal organisms in enthesitis-related arthritis 2014
2014 Gastric microbiome and gastric cancer 2014
2006 Complementation of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication by intracellular selection of Escherichia coli tRNA3Lys supplied in transJournal of Virology.  80:9641-9650. 2006
2006 HIV-1 designed to use different tRNAGln isoacceptors prefers to select tRNAThr for replicationVirology Journal.  3. 2006
2006 The G490E mutation in reverse transcriptase does not impact tRNA primer selection by HIV-1 with altered PBS and A-loopVirology.  352:380-389. 2006
2005 Preferences for the selection of unique tRNA primers revealed from analysis of HIV-1 replication in peripheral blood mononuclear cells.Retrovirology.  2. 2005
2005 Enhanced functional recovery from spinal cord injury following intrathecal or intramuscular administration of poliovirus replicons encoding IL-10Virology.  336:173-183. 2005
2005 Structural elements of the tRNA TψC loop critical for nucleocytoplasmic transport are important for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 primer selectionJournal of Virology.  79:6532-6539. 2005
2005 References for the selection of unique tRNA primers revealed from analysis of HIV-1 replication in peripheral blood mononuclear cellsRetrovirology.  2. 2005
2005 Murine leukemia virus with a primer-binding site complementary to tRNA Lys,3 adapts to select new tRNAs for replication following extended in vitro cultureVirology.  333:337-348. 2005
2005 Poliovirus replicons encoding the B subunit of Helicobacter pylori urease protect mice against H. pylori infectionVaccine.  23:901-909. 2005
2004 Inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication by siRNA targeted to the highly conserved primer binding siteVirology.  330:221-232. 2004
2004 Analysis of murine leukemia virus replication complemented by yeast tRNAPhe reveals inherent preferences for the tRNA primer selected for reverse transcriptionVirology.  324:430-438. 2004
2004 HIV type 1 that select tRNAHis or tRNALys1,2 as primers for reverse transcription exhibit different infectivities in peripheral blood mononuclear cellsAIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.  20:373-381. 2004
2003 Immunogenicity in pig-tailed macaques of poliovirus replicons expressing HIV-1 and SIV antigens and protection against SHIV-89.6P diseaseVirology.  315:425-437. 2003
2003 Structure-function relationships of the initiation complex of HIV-1 reverse transcription: The case of mutant viruses using tRNAHis as primerNucleic Acids Research.  31:5764-5775. 2003
2003 Gene expression in the muscle and central nervous system following intramuscular inoculation of encapsidated or naked poliovirus repliconsVirology.  314:45-61. 2003
2003 Yeast tRNAPhe expressed in human cells can be selected by HIV-1 for use as a reverse transcription primerVirology.  313:354-363. 2003
2003 Probing the importance of tRNA anticodon: Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) RNA genome complementarity with an HIV-1 that selects tRNAGlu for replicationJournal of Virology.  77:8756-8764. 2003
2003 Selection of retroviral reverse transcription primer is coordinated with tRNA biogenesisJournal of Virology.  77:8695-8701. 2003
2003 Intramuscular immunization with poliovirus replicons primes for a humoral and cellular immune response to soluble antigenViral Immunology.  16:169-182. 2003
2003 System control and management for low-cost high-volume GaAs manufacturing 2003
2001 RNA replicons derived from poliovirus are directly oncolytic for human tumor cells of diverse originsCancer Research.  61:8470-8479. 2001
2001 Repetitive intrathecal injections of poliovirus replicons result in gene expression in neurons of the central nervous system without pathogenesisHuman Gene Therapy.  12:1827-1841. 2001
2001 Identification of critical elements in the tRNA acceptor stem and TψC loop necessary for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infectivityJournal of Virology.  75:4902-4906. 2001
2000 Cytokine production in motor neurons by poliovirus replicon vector gene deliveryNature Biotechnology.  18:964-969. 2000
2000 Essential regions of the tRNA primer required for HIV-1 infectivityNucleic Acids Research.  28:4783-4789. 2000
2000 Inherent instability of poliovirus genomes containing two internal ribosome entry site (IRES) elements supports a role for the IRES in encapsidationJournal of Virology.  74:8335-8342. 2000
2000 The RNA encompassing the internal ribosome entry site in the poliovirus 5' nontranslated region enhances the encapsidation of genomic RNAVirology.  273:391-399. 2000
2000 Targeted foreign gene expression in spinal cord neurons using poliovirus repliconsJournal of NeuroVirology.  6:95-105. 2000
1999 Poliovirus replicons encoding the B subunit of Helicobacter pylori urease elicit a Th1 associated immune responseVaccine.  17:2384-2391. 1999
1999 Identification of a human immunodeficiency virus type 1 that stably uses tRNA(Lys1,2) rather than tRNA(Lys,3) for initiation of reverse transcriptionVirology.  257:95-105. 1999
1999 Complementarity between 3' terminal nucleotides of tRNA and primer binding site is a major determinant for selection of the tRNA primer used for initiation of HIV-1 reverse transcriptionVirology.  254:160-168. 1999
1999 Genetic analysis of a unique human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV- 1) with a primer binding site complementary to tRNA(Met) supports a role for U5-PBS stem-loop RNA structures in initiation of HIV-1 reverse transcriptionJournal of Virology.  73:1818-1827. 1999
1999 Recombinant viruses as vectors for mucosal immunityCurrent Topics in Microbiology and Immunology.  236:255-273. 1999
1998 Genetic evidence of the interaction between tRNA(Lys,3) and U5 facilitating efficient initiation of reverse transcription by human immunodeficiency virus type 1AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.  14:979-988. 1998
1998 Genetic analysis of the U5-PBS of a novel HIV-1 reveals multiple interactions between the tRNA and RNA genome required for initiation of reverse transcriptionRNA.  4:394-406. 1998
1998 Demonstration of the specificity of poliovirus encapsidation using a novel replicon which encodes enzymatically active firefly luciferaseVirology.  243:1-11. 1998
1998 Construction and characterization of encapsidated poliovirus replicons that express biologically active murine interleukin-2Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research.  18:305-313. 1998
1998 Preferential completion of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 proviruses initiated with tRNA3/(Lys) rather than tRNA1,2/(Lys)Journal of Virology.  72:5464-5471. 1998
1997 Insights into the interaction between tRNA and primer binding site from characterization of a unique HIV-1 virus which stably maintains dual PBS complementary to tRNA(Gly) and tRNA(His)Virology.  238:273-282. 1997
1997 Current options for vaccine delivery systems by mucosal routesJournal of Controlled Release.  48:243-257. 1997
1997 Immunization of mice with poliovirus replicons expressing the C-fragment of tetanus toxin protects against lethal challenge with tetanus toxinVaccine.  15:257-264. 1997
1997 Characterization of the expression and immunogenicity of poliovirus replicons that encode Simian immunodeficiency virus SIV(mac)239 gag or envelope SU proteinsAIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.  13:53-62. 1997
1997 Identification of a Sequence within U5 Required for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 to Stably Maintain a Primer Binding Site Complementary to tRNAMetJournal of Virology.  71:207-217. 1997
1997 Methods for the use of poliovirus vectors for gene delivery.Methods in Molecular Medicine.  7:103-116. 1997
1997 Nucleotide substitutions within U5 are critical for efficient reverse transcription of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 with a primer binding site complementary to tRNAJournal of Virology.  71:6315-6322. 1997
1997 Stability of HIV type 1 proviral genomes that contain two distinct primer-binding sitesAIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.  13:253-262. 1997
1996 Nucleotide sequences within the U5 region of the viral RNA genome are the major determinants for an human immunodeficiency virus type 1 to maintain a primer binding site complementary to tRNA(His)Virology.  226:306-317. 1996
1996 Mutations in both the U5 region and the primer-binding site influence the selection of the tRNA used for the initiation of HIV-1 reverse transcriptionVirology.  222:401-414. 1996
1996 Mutations within the primer binding site of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 define sequence requirements essential for reverse transcriptionVirology.  220:290-298. 1996
1996 Poliovirus replicons that express the gag or the envelope surface protein of simian immunodeficiency virus SIVsmm PBj 14Virology.  219:140-149. 1996
1996 Construction of a type 1 human immunodeficiency virus that maintains a primer binding site complementary to tRNAHisJournal of Virology.  70:966-971. 1996
1996 Endogenous reverse transcription assays reveal high-level resistance to the triphosphate of (-)2'-dideoxy-3'-thiacytidine by mutated M184V human immunodeficiency virus type 1Journal of Virology.  70:5642-5645. 1996
1996 Human immunodeficiency virus type-1 reverse transcriptase: Contribution of MET-184 to binding of nucleoside 5′-triphosphateJournal of Biological Chemistry.  271:13656-13662. 1996
1996 Poliovirus assembly and encapsidation of genomic RNAAdvances in Virus Research.  46:1-68. 1996
1996 Release of virus-like particles from cells infected with poliovirus replicons which express human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gagJournal of Virology.  70:2643-2649. 1996
1995 Amino acid substitutions in the poliovirus maturation cleavage site affect assembly and result in accumulation of provirionsJournal of Virology.  69:1540-1547. 1995
1995 An aspartic acid at amino acid 108 is required to rescue infectious virus after transfection of a poliovirus cDNA containing a CGDD but not SGDD amino acid motif in 3D(pol)Journal of Virology.  69:8173-8177. 1995
1995 Encapsidation and serial passage of a poliovirus replicon which expresses an inactive 2A proteinaseJournal of Virology.  69:1359-1366. 1995
1995 Encapsidation of poliovirus replicons encoding the complete human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gag gene by using a complementation system which provides the P1 capsid protein in transJournal of Virology.  69:1548-1555. 1995
1995 Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 can use different tRNAs as primers for reverse transcription but selectively maintains a primer binding site complementary to tRNA3/(Lys)Journal of Virology.  69:6021-6029. 1995
1995 Immune responses induced by administration of encapsidated poliovirus replicons which express HIV-1 gag and envelope proteinsVaccine.  13:1013-1022. 1995
1995 Mutation of the aspartic acid residues of the GDD sequence motif of poliovirus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase results in enzymes with altered metal ion requirements for activityJournal of Virology.  69:1532-1539. 1995
1995 New methods to study poliovirus assembly and encapsidation of genomic RNAMethods in Molecular Genetics.  7:299-314. 1995
1994 Viral gene products and replication of the human immunodeficiency type 1 virus.American Journal of Physiology.  266:C1135-C1156. 1994
1994 Mutations in the Poliovirus P1 Capsid Precursor at Arginine Residues VP4-ARG34, VP3ARG223, and VP1-ARG129 Affect Virus Assembly and Encapsidation of Genomic RNAVirology.  199:20-34. 1994
1994 Characterization of Poliovirus Replicons Encoding Carcinoembryonic AntigenCancer Research.  54:6359-6364. 1994
1994 Inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase by the 5'-triphosphate β enantiomers of cytidine analogsAntimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.  38:2300-2305. 1994
1994 Minimal sequence requirements of a functional human immunodeficiency virus type 1 primer binding siteJournal of Virology.  68:1605-1614. 1994
1994 New approaches for mucosal vaccines for AIDS: Encapsidation and serial passage of poliovirus replicons that express HIV-1 proteins on infectionAIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.  10. 1994
1994 Viral gene products and replication of the human immunodeficiency type 1 virus 1994
1994 Viral gene products and replication of the human immunodeficiency type 1 virus 1994
1993 A poliovirus minireplicon containing an inactive 2A proteinase is expressed in vaccinia virus-infected cellsJournal of Virology.  67:4621-4629. 1993
1993 Complementation of a poliovirus defective genome by a recombinant vaccinia virus which provides poliovirus P1 capsid precursor in transJournal of Virology.  67:3684-3690. 1993
1993 Encapsidation of genetically engineered poliovirus minireplicons which express human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gag and pol proteins upon infectionJournal of Virology.  67:3712-3719. 1993
1993 Enzymatic activity of poliovirus RNA polymerases with mutations at the tyrosine residue of the conserved YGDD motif: Isolation and characterization of polioviruses containing RNA polymerases with FGDD and MGDD sequencesJournal of Virology.  67:373-381. 1993
1993 Expression of poliovirus P3 proteins using a recombinant vaccinia virus results in proteolytically active 3CD precursor protein without further processing to 3Cpro and 3DpolVirus Research.  29:241-254. 1993
1993 Mutations in the protease gene of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 affect release and stability of virus particlesVirology.  194:843-850. 1993
1993 Poliovirus capsid proteins derived from P1 precursors with glutamine- valine cleavage sites have defects in assembly and RNA encapsidationJournal of Virology.  67:7284-7297. 1993
1993 SCH 38057: a picornavirus capsid-binding molecule with antiviral activity after the initial stage of viral uncoatingAntiviral Research.  21:15-35. 1993
1992 In vitro enzymatic activity of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase mutants in the highly conserved YMDD amino acid motif correlates with the infectious potential of the proviral genomeJournal of Virology.  66:6806-6812. 1992
1992 Myristylation of poliovirus capsid precursor P1 is required for assembly of subviral particlesJournal of Virology.  66:4556-4563. 1992
1992 Production and Purification of a Recombinant Elastomeric Polypeptide, G‐(VPGVG)19‐VPGV, from Escherichia coliBiotechnology Progress.  8:347-352. 1992
1992 The nonmyristylated Pr160(gag-pol) polyprotein of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 interacts with Pr55(gag) and is incorporated into viruslike particlesJournal of Virology.  66:6304-6313. 1992
1991 Coinfection with recombinant vaccinia viruses expressing poliovirus P1 and P3 proteins results in polyprotein processing and formation of empty capsid structuresJournal of Virology.  65:2088-2092. 1991
1991 Deletions in the tRNA(Lys) primer-binding site of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 identify essential regions for reverse transcriptionJournal of Virology.  65:4555-4564. 1991
1991 Enzymatic activity of poliovirus RNA polymerase mutants with single amino acid changes in the conserved YGDD amino acid motifJournal of Virology.  65:4565-4572. 1991
1991 Expression of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) gag, pol, and env proteins from chimeric HIV-1-poliovirus minirepliconsJournal of Virology.  65:2875-2883. 1991
1991 Overexpression of the gag-pol precursor from human immunodeficiency virus type 1 proviral genomes results in efficient proteolytic processing in the absence of virion productionJournal of Virology.  65:5111-5117. 1991
1988 Identification of a novel retroviral gene unique to human immunodeficiency virus type 2 and simian immunodeficiency virus SIV(MAC)Journal of Virology.  62:3501-3505. 1988
1987 Expression of enzymatically active poliovirus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase in Escherichia coli. 1987
1985 Primer-dependent eukaryotic RNA polymerase capable of accurate transcription from the adenovirus major late promoter in a reconstituted system 1985
1985 Purification of a soluble template-dependent rhinovirus RNA polymerase and its dependence on a host cell protein for viral RNA synthesisJournal of Virology.  53:266-272. 1985
1985 The host protein required for in vitro replication of poliovirus is a protein kinase that phosphorylates eukaryotic initiation factor-2Cell.  40:913-921. 1985
1984 ATP is required for initiation of poliovirus RNA synthesis in vitro: Demonstration of tyrosine-phosphate linkage between in vitro-synthesized RNA and genome-linked proteinJournal of Virology.  50:515-523. 1984
1984 Antibody to poliovirus genome-linked protein (VPg) precipitates in vitro synthesized RNA attached to VPg-precursor polypeptide(s)Virus Research.  1:89-100. 1984
1983 Antibody to a synthetic nonapeptide corresponding to the NH2 terminus of poliovirus genome-linked protein VPg reacts with native VPg and inhibits in vitro replication of poliovirus RNAJournal of Virology.  48:429-439. 1983
1983 Isoelectric focusing of human anti-diphtheria toxoid antibodies: Identical spectrotypes of anti-Fragment A antibodies with the same IgG subclass and light chain constant regions are expressed in multiple individualsJournal of Immunology.  130:818-823. 1983
1982 Human IgA antibody and immunoglobulin production after in vivo tetanus toxoid immunization: Size and surface membrane phenotype analysisJournal of Clinical Immunology.  2:327-334. 1982
1982 Multiple human donors produce the same antibody spectrotypes following immunization with diphtheria toxoidThe FASEB Journal.  41. 1982
1981 Analysis of human anti-diphtheria antibodies by isoelectric focusing: Evidence for restricted clonal heterogeneity of anti-fragment A antibodiesInfection and Immunity.  31:1132-1137. 1981
1981 Effect of the ionophores A23187 and X-537A (Lasalocid) and of the divalent cations Ca2+, Mg2+, Ba2+ and Mn2+ on transformation in Leishmania donovaniComparative Biochemistry and Physiology - A: Comparative Physiology.  69:65-72. 1981
1981 Multiple subsets of anti-tetanus toxoid antibody-producing cells in human peripheral blood differ by size, expression of membrane receptors, and mitogen reactivityJournal of Immunology.  126:1146-1153. 1981
1980 Inhibition of Leishmania Donovani Amastigote‐To‐Promastigote Transformation By Infected Hamster Spleen Lymphocyte Lysates 1980
1980 Polyamines in the hemoflagellate, Leishmania donovani: evidence for spermine in the amastigote stageComparative Biochemistry and Physiology - B: Comparative Biochemistry.  66:307-311. 1980

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  • Chimeric Adenoviruses for an Improved HIV Vaccine  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center Core Support Grant  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center Core Support Grant  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center Core Support Grant  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center Core Support Grant  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center Core Support Grant  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Determining the Structural- and Functional-Level Effects of Diet-Specific Interventions on the Gut Microbiota of a Racially Diverse Sample of Southern United States Adults  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Development of a Gut Microbiome Based Prognostic Signature Predicting Risk of Hepatocellular Cancer Recurrence After Ablative Therapies  awarded by DOD - Department of Defense
  • Diet and Fecal Incontinence In Older Women (Clinical Effectiveness of Diet Modification Program, a Pilot Study)  awarded by University of Pennsylvania
  • Early Life Protein-enriched Human Milk Diets to Increase Lean Body Mass Accretion and Diversity of the Gut Microbiome in Extremely Preterm Infants: A Randomized Trial  awarded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
  • Elucidating Protective Mechanisms Against Gastric Cancer  awarded by DeGregorio Family Foundation
  • Mechanisms of Pulmonary Microbiota-Induced Inflammation and Vascular Dysfunction in Neonatal Lung Injury  awarded by National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • Peripheral Inflammation and Stress Drive Ventral Striatal Maladaptations  awarded by National Institute of Mental Health/NIH/DHHS
  • Prematurity Prevention and Research Related to the Microbiome (PREPARE-M)  awarded by UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA HEALTH SERVICES FOUNDATION
  • Prematurity Prevention and Research Related to the Microbiome (PREPARE-M)  awarded by UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA HEALTH SERVICES FOUNDATION
  • Private Grant  awarded by BIODTECH, INC
  • Role of Gastric Microbiota in Protecting Children from Precancerous Inflammation in H. Pylori Infection  awarded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
  • The UAB STI CRC - DiSCIS Laboratory Core  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • The UAB STI CRC - Project 1: Determining the Origins of NGU in Men Through Evaluation of Sexual Partnerships  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • The UAB Sexually Transmitted Infections Cooperative Research Centers (STI CRC)  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • The UAB Sexually Transmitted Infections Cooperative Research Centers (STI CRC)  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • The UAB Sexually Transmitted Infections Cooperative Research Centers (STI CRC) - CRC Project 1  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • Transplanting Unique Human Microbiomes to Improve Immunotherapy in Glioblastoma  awarded by National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Center for AIDS Research  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Center for AIDS Research  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Center for AIDS Research - Administrative Core  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Center for AIDS Research - The Microbiome, Diet, and Incomplete CD4 Recovery on Antiretroviral Therapy  awarded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) (3 linked awards: UL1, KL2, TL1)  awarded by National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences/NIH/DHHS
  • UAB Skin Disease Research Center  awarded by National Institute of Arthritis & Musculoskeletal & Skin Diseases/NIH/DHHS
  • Understanding Oral Cavity Microbiome and Tumor Microenvironment Cross-Talk  awarded by American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Inc.
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology, University of California System : Los Angeles 1982
  • Full Name

  • Casey Morrow