George Brownlee - Selected publications#


  • Poon LLM, Fodor E and Brownlee GG (2000). Polyuridylated mRNA synthesized by a recombinant influenza virus is defective in nuclear export. J. Virology 74: 418-427.
  • Solorzano A, Zheng H, Fodor E, Brownlee GG, Palese P and García-Sastre A (2000). Reduced levels of neuraminidase of influenza A viruses correlate with attenuated phenotypes in mice. J. Gen. Virology 81: 737-742.
  • Fodor E, Mikulásová A, Mingay LJ, Poon LLM and Brownlee GG (2000). Messenger RNAs that are not synthesised by RNA polymerase II can be 3' end cleaved and polyadenylated. EMBO Reports, 1: 513-518.
  • Leahy MB, Pritlove DC, Poon LLM and Brownlee GG (2001). Mutagenic analysis of the 5' arm of the influenza A virus virion RNA promoter defines the sequence requirements for endonuclease activity. J. Virology, 75: 134-142.
  • Leahy MB, Dobbyn HC and Brownlee GG (2001). A hairpin loop structure in the 3' arm of the influenza A virus virion RNA promoter is required for endonuclease activity. J. Virology 75: 7042-7049.
  • Brownlee GG and Giangrande PLF (2001). Clotting Factors VIII and IX. In Recombinant Protein Drugs, pp 67-88 (P Buckel, ed) Birkhauser, Basel.
  • Fodor E and Brownlee GG (2001). Influenza virus replication (review). In "Perspectives in Medical Virology" (Zuckerman AJ and Mushawar LK eds) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, in press.
  • Fodor E, Poon LLM, Mikulasova A, Mingay LJ and Brownlee GG (2001). Transcription of influenza virus genes. In "Options for the Control of Influenza IV" (Osterhaus, ADME et al,Eds) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, in press.
  • Brownlee GG and Fodor E (2001). Predicted antigenicity of the 1918 Spanish influenza suggests an avian origin. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond., in press.


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