[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Retrovirus Integration

(Neel, Hayward et al. 1981; Tsichlis, Strauss et al. 1983; Chaconas, Giddens et al. 1985; Sandmeyer, Hansen et al. 1990; Engelman, Mizuuchi et al. 1991; Kirchner, Connolly et al. 1995; Polard and Chandler 1995; Devine and Boeke 1996; Behrens, Hayles et al. 2000; Bushman 2003; Zhu, Dai et al. 2003; Cereseto and Giacca 2004; Hematti, Hong et al. 2004; Mitchell, Beitzel et al. 2004; Wu and Burgess 2004; Bachman, Gelbart et al. 2005; Ciuffi, Llano et al. 2005; Johnson and Levy 2005; Lewinski and Bushman 2005; Maxfield, Fraize et al. 2005; Poulter and Goodwin 2005; Van Maele and Debyser 2005; Barr, Ciuffi et al. 2006; Berry, Hannenhalli et al. 2006; Ciuffi and Bushman 2006; Ciuffi, Diamond et al. 2006; Jern, Sperber et al. 2006; Lewinski, Yamashita et al. 2006; Li, Mizuuchi et al. 2006; Llano, Saenz et al. 2006; Moalic, Blanchard et al. 2006; Van Maele, Busschots et al. 2006; Cattoglio, Facchini et al. 2007; McAlister and Owens 2007; Wang, Ciuffi et al. 2007; Albanese, Arosio et al. 2008; Brady, Schmidt et al. 2008; Ciuffi 2008; Delelis, Carayon et al. 2008; Faschinger, Rouault et al. 2008; Brady, Agosto et al. 2009; Brady, Lee et al. 2009; Felice, Cattoglio et al. 2009; Cattoglio, Pellin et al. 2010; Ciuffi and Barr 2010; Craigie 2010; Desfarges and Ciuffi 2010; Gijsbers, Ronen et al. 2010; Levin, Rosenbluh et al. 2010; Levy, Schwartz et al. 2010; Santoni, Hartley et al. 2010; Ambrosi, Glad et al. 2011; Montano and Rice 2011)




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