2005 McArdle Publications

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Ahlquist, P. Virus Evolution: Fitting Lifestyles to a T. Curr. Biol., 15: R465-R467, 2005.

Ahlquist, P., Schwartz, M., Chen, J., Kushner, D., Hao, L., and Dye, B. T. Viral and Host Determinants of RNA Virus Vector Replication and Expression. Vaccine, 23: 1784-1787, 2005.

Ariazi, J. L., Haag, J. D., and Gould, M. N. Methylguanine Methyltransferase Activity Deficiency in Immature Rat Mammary Epithelial Cells Parallels Increased Carcinogenic Susceptibility. Mol. Carcinog., 44: 193-201, 2005.

Ariazi, J. L., Haag, J. D., Lindstrom, M. J., and Gould, M. N. Mammary Glands of Sexually Immature Rats Are More Susceptible Than Those of Mature Rats to the Carcinogenic, Lethal, and Mutagenic Effects of N-Nitroso-N-Methylurea. Mol. Carcinog., 43: 155-164, 2005.

Bacher, J. W., Abdel Megid, W. M., Kent-First, M. G., and Halberg, R. B.  Use of Mononucleotide Repeat Markers for Detection of Microsatellite Instability in Mouse Tumors.  Mol. Carcinog., 44:  285-292, 2005.

Balsitis, S., Dick, F., Lee, D., Farrell, L., Hyde, R. K., Griep, A. E., Dyson, N., and Lambert, P. F. Examination of the pRb-Dependent and pRb-Independent Functions of E7 In Vivo. J. Virol., 79: 11392-11402, 2005.

Berchtold, C. M., Chen, K.-S., Miyamoto, S., and Gould, M. N. Perillyl Alcohol Inhibits a Calcium-Dependent Constitutive Nuclear Factor-kB Pathway. Cancer Res., 65: 8558-8566, 2005.

Brake, T., and Lambert, P. F. Estrogen Contributes to the Onset, Persistence, and Malignant Progression of Cervical Cancer in a Human Papillomavirus-Transgenic Mouse Model. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 2490-2495, 2005.

Bruce, J. W., Bradley, K. A., Ahlquist, P., and Young, J. A. T. Isolation of Cell Lines That Show Novel, Murine Leukemia Virus-Specific Blocks to Early Steps of Retroviral Replication. J. Virol., 79: 12969-12978, 2005.

Bunger, M. K., Walisser, J. A., Sullivan, R., Manley, P. A., Moran, S. M., Kalscheur, V. L., Colman, R. J., and Bradfield, C. A. Progressive Arthropathy in Mice With a Targeted Disruption of the Mop3/Bmal-1 Locus. Genesis, 41: 122-132, 2005.

Collins, A. S., Nakahara, T., Do, A., and Lambert, P. F. Interactions with Pocket Proteins Contribute to the Role of Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E7 in the Papillomavirus Life Cycle. J. Virol., 79: 14769-14780, 2005.

Cui, Q., Lim, S. K., Zhao, B., and Hoffmann, F. M. Selective Inhibition of TGF-β Responsive Genes by Smad-Interacting Peptide Aptamers from FoxH1, Lef1 and CBP. Oncogene, 24: 3864-3874, 2005.

Davy, C. E., Jackson, D. J., Raj, K., Peh, W. L., Southern, S. A., Das, P., Sorathia, R., Laskey, P., Middleton, K., Nakahara, T., Wang, Q., Masterson, P. J., Lambert, P. F., Cuthill, S., Millar, J. B. A., and Doorbar, J. Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E1^E4-Induced G2 Arrest Is Associated with Cytoplasmic Retention of Active Cdk1/Cyclin B1 Complexes. J. Virol., 79: 3998-4011, 2005.

Dirmeier, U., Hoffmann, R., Kilger, E., Schultheiss, U., Briseño, C., Gires, O., Kieser, A., Eick, D., Sugden, B., and Hammerschmidt, W. Latent Membrane Protein 1 of Epstein-Barr Virus Coordinately Regulates Proliferation with Control of Apoptosis. Oncogene, 24: 1711-1717, 2005.

Dye, B. T., Hao, L., and Ahlquist, P. High-Throughput Isolation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae RNA. BioTechniques, 38: 868-870, 2005.

Dye, B. T., Miller, D. J., and Ahlquist, P. In Vivo Self-Interaction of Nodavirus RNA Replicase Protein A Revealed by Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer. J. Virol., 79: 8909-8919, 2005.

Dye, B. T., Schell, K., Miller, D. J., and Ahlquist, P. Detecting Protein-Protein Interaction in Live Yeast by Flow Cytometry. Cytometry Part A, 63A: 77-86, 2005.

Fang, H., Tong, W., Perkins, R., Shi, L., Hong, H., Cao, X., Xie, Q., Yim, S. H., Ward, J. M., Pitot, H. C., and Dragan, Y. P. Bioinformatics Approaches for Cross-Species Liver Cancer Analysis Based on Microarray Gene Expression Profiling. BMC Bioinformatics, 6(Suppl 2):S6, 2005.

Genther Williams, S. M., Disbrow, G. L., Schlegel, R., Lee, D., Threadgill, D. W., and Lambert, P. F. Requirement of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor for Hyperplasia Induced by E5, a High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Oncogene. Cancer Res., 65: 6534-6542, 2005.

Grdzelishvili, V. Z., Garcia-Ruiz, H., Watanabe, T., and Ahlquist, P. Mutual Interference between Genomic RNA Replication and Subgenomic mRNA Transcription in Brome Mosaic Virus. J. Virol., 79: 1438-1451, 2005.

Guang, S., and Mertz, J. E. Pre-mRNA Processing Enhancer (PPE) Elements from Intronless Genes Play Additional Roles in mRNA Biogenesis Than Do Ones from Intron-Containing Genes. Nucleic Acids Res., 33: 2215-2226, 2005.

Guang, S., Felthauser, A. M., and Mertz, J. E. Binding of hnRNP L to the Pre-mRNA Processing Enhancer of the Herpes Simplex Virus Thymidine Kinase Gene Enhances both Polyadenylation and Nucleocytoplasmic Export of Intronless mRNAs. Mol. Cell. Biol., 25: 6303-6313, 2005.

Hayes, K. R., and Bradfield, C. A.  Advances in Toxicogenomics.  Chem. Res. Toxicol., 18: 403-414, 2005.

Hayes, K. R., Vollrath, A. L., Zastrow, G. M., McMillan, B. J., Craven, M., Jovanovich, S., Rank, D. R., Penn, S., Walisser, J. A., Reddy, J. K., Thomas, R. S., and Bradfield, C. A. EDGE: A Centralized Resource for the Comparison, Analysis, and Distribution of Toxicogenomic Information. Mol. Pharmacol., 67: 1360-1368, 2005.

Holmgren, S. C., Patterson, N. A., Ozbun, M. A., and Lambert, P. F. The Minor Capsid Protein L2 Contributes to Two Steps in the Human Papillomavirus Type 31 Life Cycle. J. Virol., 79: 3938-3948, 2005.

Kashii, T., Gomi, T., Oya, T., Ishii, Y., Oda, H., Maruyama, M., Kobayashi, M., Masuda, T., Yamazaki, M., Nagata, T., Tsukada, K., Nakajima, A., Tatsu, K., Mori, H., Takusagawa, F., Ogawa, H., and Pitot, H. C. Some Biochemical and Histochemical Properties of Human Liver Serine Dehydratase. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol., 37: 574-589, 2005.

Kendziorski, C., Irizarry, R. A., Chen, K.-S., Haag, J. D., and Gould, M. N. On the Utility of Pooling Biological Samples in Microarray Experiments. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 4252-4257, 2005.

Kim, K., Angeletti, P. C., Hassebroek, E. C., and Lambert, P. F. Identification of cis-Acting Elements That Mediate the Replication and Maintenance of Human Papillomavirus Type 16 Genomes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Virol., 79: 5933-5942, 2005.

Kinzler, E. R., and Compton, T. Characterization of Human Cytomegalovirus Glycoprotein-Induced Cell-Cell Fusion. J. Virol., 79: 7827-7837, 2005.

Klucking, S., Collins, A. S., and Young, J. A. T. Avian Sarcoma and Leukosis Virus Cytopathic Effect in the Absence of TVB Death Domain Signaling. J. Virol., 79: 8243-8248, 2005.

Kozlov, M., Bergendahl, V., Burgess, R., Goldfarb, A., and Mustaev, A. Homogeneous Fluorescent Assay for RNA Polymerase. Anal. Biochem., 342: 206-213, 2005.

Kuzmichev, A., Margueron, R., Vaquero, A., Preissner, T. S., Scher, M., Kirmizis, A., Ouyang, X., Brockdorff, N., Abate-Shen, C., Farnham, P., and Reinberg, D. Composition and Histone Substrates of Polycomb Repressive Group Complexes Change during Cellular Differentiation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 1859-1864, 2005.

Lahvis, G. P., Pyzalski, R. W., Glover, E., Pitot, H. C., McElwee, M. K., and Bradfield, C. A. The Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Is Required for Developmental Closure of the Ductus Venosus in the Neonatal Mouse. Mol. Pharmacol., 67: 714-720, 2005.

Lambert, P. F., and Brake, T. Models for Human Cervical Cancer. Drug Discov. Today: Dis. Models, 2: 15 -20, 2005.

Lambert, P. F., Ozbun, M. A., Collins, A., Holmgren, S., Lee, D., and Nakahara, T. Using an Immortalized Cell Line to Study the HPV Life Cycle in Organotypic “Raft” Cultures. Methods Mol. Med., 119: 141-156, 2005.

Langenhan, J. M., Peters, N. R., Guzei, I. A., Hoffmann, F. M., and Thorson, J. S. Enhancing the Anticancer Properties of Cardiac Glycosides by Neoglycorandomization. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 12305-12310, 2005.

Laposky, A., Easton, A., Dugovic, C., Walisser, J., Bradfield, C., and Turek, F. Deletion of the Mammalian Circadian Clock Gene BMAL1/Mop3 Alters Baseline Sleep Architecture and the Response to Sleep Deprivation. Sleep, 28: 395-409, 2005.

Leedham, S. J., Schier, S., Thliveris, A. T., Halberg, R. B., Newton, M. A., and Wright, N. A.  From Gene Mutations to Tumours – Stem Cells in Gastrointestinal Carcinogenesis.  Cell Prolif., 38:  387-405, 2005.

Leedham, S. J., Thliveris, A. T., Halberg, R. B., Newton, M. A., and Wright, N. A.  Gastrointestinal Stem Cells and Cancer – Bridging the Molecular Gap.  Stem Cell Rev., 1:  233-241, 2005.

Liu, M., Durfee, T., Cabrera, J. E., Zhao, K., Jin, D. J., and Blattner, F. R. Global Transcriptional Programs Reveal a Carbon Source Foraging Strategy by Escherichia coli. J. Biol. Chem., 280: 15921-15927, 2005.

Mack, A. A., and Sugden, B.  The Plasmid Replicon of EBV:  An Element That Underlies EBV’s Transforming Functions.  In: E. S. Robertson (Ed.), Infection, Pathogenesis, Molecular Biology, and Control of Epstein-Barr Virus, pp. 379-402.  Horizon Press, 2005.

Martin, M., Ahern-Djamali, S. M., Hoffmann, F. M., and Saxton, W. M. Abl Tyrosine Kinase and Its Substrate Ena/VASP Have Functional Interactions with Kinesin-1. Mol. Biol. Cell, 16: 4225-4230, 2005.

Nakahara, T., Peh, W. L., Doorbar, J., Lee, D., and Lambert, P. F. Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E1^E4 Contributes to Multiple Facets of the Papillomavirus Life Cycle. J. Virol., 79: 13150-13165, 2005.

Nelson, S. E., Gould, M. N., Hampton, J. M., and Trentham-Dietz, A. A Case-Control Study of the HER2 Ile655Val Polymorphism in Relation to Risk of Invasive Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer Res., 7: R357-R364, 2005.

Pande, K., Moran, S. M., and Bradfield, C. A. Aspects of Dioxin Toxicity Are Mediated by Interleukin 1-Like Cytokines. Mol. Pharmacol., 67: 1393-1398, 2005.

Perrigoue, J. G., den Boon, J. A., Friedl, A., Newton, M. A., Ahlquist, P., and Sugden, B. Lack of Association between EBV and Breast Carcinoma. Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers Prev., 14: 809-814, 2005.

Pickhardt, P. J., Halberg, R. B., Taylor, A. J., Durkee, B. Y., Fine, J., Lee, F. T., Jr., and Weichert, J. P. Microcomputed Tomography Colonography for Polyp Detection in an in Vivo Mouse Tumor Model. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 3419-3422, 2005.

Pyeon, D., Lambert, P. F., and Ahlquist, P. Production of Infectious Human Papillomavirus Independently of Viral Replication and Epithelial Cell Differentiation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 9311-9316, 2005.

Raffaelle, M., Kanin, E. I., Vogt, J., Burgess, R. R., and Ansari, A. Z. Holoenzyme Switching and Stochastic Release of Sigma Factors from RNA Polymerase In Vivo. Mol. Cell, 20: 357-366, 2005.

Rankin, E. B., Higgins, D. F., Walisser, J. A., Johnson, R. S., Bradfield, C. A., and Haase, V. H. Inactivation of the Arylhydrocarbon Receptor Nuclear Translocator (Arnt) Suppresses von Hippel-Lindau Disease-Associated Vascular Tumors in Mice. Mol. Cell. Biol., 25: 3163-3172, 2005.

Samuelson, D. J., Aperavich, B. A., Haag, J. D., and Gould, M. N. Fine Mapping Reveals Multiple Loci and a Possible Epistatic Interaction within the Mammary Carcinoma Susceptibility Quantitative Trait Locus, Mcs5. Cancer Res., 65: 9637-9642, 2005.

Simonson, S. J. S., Difilippantonio, M. J., and Lambert, P. F. Two Distinct Activities Contribute to Human Papillomavirus 16 E6’s Oncogenic Potential. Cancer Res., 65: 8266-8273, 2005.

Thliveris, A. T., Halberg, R. B., Clipson, L., Dove, W. F., Sullivan, R., Washington , M. K., Stanhope, S., and Newton , M. A. Polyclonality of Familial Murine Adenomas: Analyses of Mouse Chimeras with Low Tumor Multiplicity Suggest Short-Range Interactions. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 6960-6965, 2005.

Thomae, T. L., Stevens, E. A., and Bradfield, C. A. Transforming Growth Factor-b3 Restores Fusion in Palatal Shelves Exposed to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. J. Biol. Chem., 280: 12742-12746, 2005.

Walisser, J. A., Glover, E., Pande, K., Liss, A. L., and Bradfield, C. A. Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor-Dependent Liver Development and Hepatotoxicity Are Mediated by Different Cell Types. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 17858-17863, 2005.

Wang, J., and Sugden, B. Origins of Bidirectional Replication of Epstein-Barr Virus: Models for Understanding Mammalian Origins of DNA Synthesis. J. Cell. Biochem., 94: 247-256, 2005.

Wang, X., Lee, W.-M., Watanabe, T., Schwartz, M., Janda, M., and Ahlquist, P. Brome Mosaic Virus 1a Nucleoside Triphosphatase/Helicase Domain Plays Crucial Roles in Recruiting RNA Replication Templates. J. Virol., 79: 13747-13758, 2005.

Williams, S. N., Dunham, E., and Bradfield, C. A. Induction of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes. In: P. R. Ortiz de Montellano (Ed.), Cytochrome P450: Structure, Mechanism, and Biochemistry, pp. 323-346. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2005.

Xu, W. Nuclear Receptor Coactivators: The Key to Unlock Chromatin. Biochem. Cell Biol., 83: 418-428, 2005.

Xu, Y.-H., Manoharan, H. T., and Pitot, H. C. CpG Analyzer, a Windows-Based Utility Program for Investigation of DNA Methylation. Biotechniques, 39: 656-662, 2005.

Zhao, K., Liu, M., and Burgess, R. R. The Global Transcriptional Response of Escherichia coli to Induced s32 Protein Involves s32 Regulon Activation Followed by Inactivation and Degradation of s32 in Vivo. J. Biol. Chem., 280: 17758-17768, 2005.