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Willcocks, MM, Zaini, S, Chamond, N, Ulryck, N, Allouche, D, Rajagopalan, N, Davids, NA, Fahnøe, U, Hadsbjerg, J, Rasmussen, TB, Roberts, LO, Sargueil, B, Belsham, GJ and Locker, Nicolas (2018) Distinct roles for the IIId2 sub-domain in pestivirus and picornavirus Internal Ribosome Entry Sites Nucleic Acids Research.

Strandbygaard, Bertel, Lavazza, Antonio, Lelli, Davide, Blanchard, Yannick, Grasland, Béatrice, Poder, Sophie Le, Rose, Nicolas, Steinbach, Falko, van der Poel, Wim H.M., Widén, Frederik, Belsham, Graham J. and Bøtner, Anette (2016) Inter-laboratory study to characterize the detection of serum antibodies against porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus Veterinary Microbiology, 197. pp. 151-160.

Willcocks, MM, Locker, N, Gomwalk, Z, Royall, E, Bakhshesh, M, Belsham, GJ, Idamakanti, N, Burroughs, KD, Reddy, PS, Hallenbeck, PL and Roberts, LO (2011) Structural features of the Seneca Valley virus internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element: a picornavirus with a pestivirus-like IRES. J Virol, 85 (9). pp. 4452-4461.

Belsham, GJ, Nielsen, I, Normann, P, Royall, E and Roberts, LO (2008) Monocistronic mRNAs containing defective hepatitis C virus-like picornavirus internal ribosome entry site elements in their 5 ' untranslated regions are efficiently translated in cells by a cap-dependent mechanism RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY, 14 (8). pp. 1671-1680.

Bakhshesh, M, Groppelli, E, Willcocks, MM, Royall, E, Belsham, GJ and Roberts, LO (2008) The picornavirus avian encephalomyelitis virus possesses a hepatitis C virus-like internal ribosome entry site element. J Virol, 82 (4). pp. 1993-2003.

Groppelli, E, Belsham, GJ and Roberts, LO (2007) Identification of minimal sequences of the Rhopalosiphum padi virus 5 ' untranslated region required for internal initiation of protein synthesis in mammalian, plant and insect translation systems JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY, 88. pp. 1583-1588.

Chaudhry, Y, Nayak, A, Bordeleau, M-E, Tanaka, J, Pelletier, J, Belsham, GJ, Roberts, LO and Goodfellow, IG (2006) Caliciviruses differ in their functional requirements for eIF4F components JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 281 (35). pp. 25315-25325.

Pijlman, GP, Roode, EC, Fan, XX, Roberts, LO, Belsham, GJ, Vlak, JM and van Oers, MM (2006) Stabilized baculovirus vector expressing a heterologous gene and GP64 from a single bicistronic transcript JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, 123 (1). pp. 13-21.

Terenin, IM, Dmitriev, SE, Andreev, DE, Royall, E, Belsham, GJ, Roberts, LO and Shatsky, IN (2005) A cross-kingdom internal ribosome entry site reveals a simplified mode of internal ribosome entry MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY, 25 (17). pp. 7879-7888.

Royall, E, Woolaway, KE, Schacherl, J, Kubick, S, Belsham, GJ and Roberts, LO (2004) The Rhopalosiphum padi virus 5 ' internal ribosome entry site is functional in Spodoptera frugiperda 21 cells and in their cell-free lysates: implications for the baculovirus expression system JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY, 85. pp. 1565-1569.

Woolaway, KE, Lazaridis, K, Belsham, GJ, Carter, MJ and Roberts, LO (2001) The 5 ' untranslated region of Rhopalosiphum padi virus contains an internal ribosome entry site which functions efficiently in mammalian, plant, and insect translation systems JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY, 75 (21). pp. 10244-10249.

Roberts, LO, Boxall, AJ, Lewis, LJ, Belsham, GJ and Kass, GEN (2000) Caspases are not involved in the cleavage of translation initiation factor elF4GI during picornavirus infection JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY, 81. pp. 1703-1707.

Roberts, LO, Seamons, RA and Belsham, GJ (1998) Recognition of picornavirus internal ribosome entry sites within cells; influence of cellular and viral proteins RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY, 4 (5). pp. 520-529.

Roberts, LO and Belsham, GJ (1997) Complementation of defective picornavirus internal ribosome entry site (IRES) elements by the coexpression of fragments of the IRES VIROLOGY, 227 (1). pp. 53-62.

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