Hitlist - Titles w/author : Moss
Hitlist - Titles w/author : Moss

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  1. Assignment of the genome segment coding for the neutralising epitope(s) of orbiviruses in the Great Island subgroup (Kemerovo sero-group). (1987)
Moss S R, Ayres C M et al
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  2. Biological and molecular characteristics of orbiviruses and orthomyxoviruses isolated from ticks (1990)
Nuttall P A, Booth T F et al
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  3. Comparison of the major structural core proteins of tick-borne and Culicoides-borne orbiviruses. (1992)
Moss S R, Jones L.D. et al
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  4. Comparison of the non-structural protein, NS1, of tick-borne & insect-borne orbiviruses. (1995)
Moss S R, Nuttall P A
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  5. Comparison of the nonstructural protein, NS3, of tick-borne and insect-borne orbiviruses. (1992)
Moss S R, Jones L.D. et al
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  6. Cytotoxic T-cell activity is not detectable in Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus-infected mice (2003)
Jones L.D., Moss S R et al
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  7. Enhanced neurovirulence of tick-borne orbiviruses resulting from genetic modulation. (1992)
Nuttall P A, Jacobs S C et al
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  8. Epidemiology of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus in the United Kingdom: evidence for seasonal transmission by both virulent and avirulent modes of infection (2004)
White P.J., Trout R C et al
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  9. Evolution and dispersal of encephalitic flaviviruses (2004)
Gould E A, Moss S R et al
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  10. Genetic determinants modulating the pathogenic phenotype of tick-borne orbiviruses. (1990)
Nuttall P A, Moss S R et al
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  11. The Great Island sub-group of tick-borne orbiviruses represents a single gene pool. (1988)
Moss S R, Ayres C M et al
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  12. Hughes group viruses (Bunyaviridae) from the seabird tick Ixodes (Ceratixodes) uriae (Acari: Ixodidae). (1986)
Nuttall P A, Carey D et al
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  13. Immunisation with VP2 is sufficient for protection against lethal challenge with African horse sickness virus type 4. (1996)
Stone-Marschat M A, Moss S R et al
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  14. Immunization with VP2 is sufficient for protection against lethal challenge with African horsesickness virus type 4. (1996)
Stone-Marschat M A, Moss S R et al
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  15. Isolation and characterisation of temperature sensitive mutants of Broadhaven virus, a Kemerovo group orbivirus (family, Reoviridae). (1986)
Moss S R, Nuttall P A
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  16. Long-term survival of New Zealand rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus RNA in wild rabbits, revealed by RT-PCR and phylogenetic analysis (2003)
Forrester N L, Boag B et al
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  17. Molecular epidemiology of Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (2002)
Moss S R, Turner S L et al
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  18. RNA segment 5 of Broadhaven virus, a tick-borne orbivirus, shows sequence homology with segment 5 of bluetongue virus. (1990)
Moss S R, Fukusho A et al
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  19. Structure of Broadhaven virus by cryo-electron microscopy: Antigenic properties of Broadhaven virus and Bluetongue virus outer capsid proteins. (1997)
Schoehn G, Moss S R et al
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  20. Subcore- and core-like particles of Broadhaven virus (BRDV), a tick-borne orbivirus, synthesized from baculovirus expressed VP2 and VP7, the major core proteins of BRDV. (1994)
Moss S R, Nuttall P A
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