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Davidson, Andrew D., Matthews, David A. and Maringer, Kevin (2017) Proteomics Technique Opens New Frontiers in Mobilome Research Mobile Genetic Elements, 7 (4), e1362494. e1362494-1-e1362494-9.

Hamlin, RE, Rahman, A, Pak, TR, Maringer, Kevin, Mena, I, Bernal-Rubio, D, Potla, U, Maestre, AM, Fredericks, AC, Amir, El-ad D, Kasarskis, A, Ramos, I, Merad, M and Fernandez-Sesma, A (2017) High-dimensional CyTOF analysis of dengue virus–infected human DCs reveals distinct viral signatures JCI Insight, 2 (13), e92424.

Varjak, M, Maringer, Kevin, Watson, M, Sreenu, VB, Fredericks, AC, Pondeville, E, Donald, CL, Sterk, J, Kean, J, Vazeille, M, Failloux, A-B, Kohl, A and Schnettler, E (2017) Aedes aegypti Piwi4 Is a Noncanonical PIWI Protein Involved in Antiviral Responses mSphere, 2 (3), e00144-17.

Tripathi, S, Balasubramaniam, VRMT, Brown, JA, Mena, I, Grant, A, Bardina, SV, Maringer, Kevin, Schwarz, MC, Maestre, AM, Sourisseau, M, Albrecht, RA, Krammer, F, Evans, MJ, Fernandez-Sesma, A, Lim, JK and Garcıa-Sastre, A (2017) A novel Zika virus mouse model reveals strain specific differences in virus pathogenesis and host inflammatory immune responses PLoS Pathogens, 13 (3), e1006258.

Tripathi, S, Balasubramaniam, V, Brown, JA, Mena, I, Grant, A, Bardina, SV, Maringer, Kevin, Schwarz, MC, Maestre, AM, Sourisseau, M, Albrecht, RA, Krammer, F, Evans, MJ, Fernandez-Sesma, A, Lim, JK and García-Sastre, A (2017) A novel Zika virus mouse model reveals strain specific differences in virus pathogenesis and host inflammatory immune responses PLoS Pathogens, 13 (3), e1006258. pp. 1-19.

Maringer, Kevin, Yousuf, A, Heesom, KJ, Fan, J, Lee, Diane, Fernandez-Sesma, A, Bessant, C, Matthews, DA and Davidson, AD (2017) Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics for Characterising Active Transposable Elements and Genome Annotation in Aedes Aegypti BMC Genomics, 18 (101).

Olson, Ken E., Varjak, Margus, Donald, Claire L., Mottram, Timothy J., Sreenu, Vattipally B., Merits, Andres, Maringer, Kevin, Schnettler, Esther and Kohl, Alain (2017) Characterization of the Zika virus induced small RNA response in Aedes aegypti cells PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11 (10).

Taguwa, S, Maringer, K, Li, X, Bernal-Rubio, D, Rauch, JN, Gestwicki, JE, Andino, R, Fernandez-Sesma, A and Frydman, J (2015) Defining Hsp70 Subnetworks in Dengue Virus Replication Reveals Key Vulnerability in Flavivirus Infection Cell, 163 (5). pp. 1108-1123.

Maringer, K and Fernandez-Sesma, A (2014) Message in a bottle: lessons learned from antagonism of STING signalling during RNA virus infection Cytokine & Growth Factor Reviews, 25 (6). pp. 669-679.

Maringer, K, Stylianou, J and Elliott, G (2012) A Network of Protein Interactions around the Herpes Simplex Virus Tegument Protein VP22 Journal of Virology, 86 (23). pp. 12971-12982.

Aguirre, S, Maestre, AM, Pagni, S, Patel, JR, Savage, T, Gutman, D, Maringer, K, Bernal-Rubio, D, Shabman, RS, Simon, V, Rodriguez-Madoz, JR, Mulder, LCF, Barber, GN and Fernandez-Sesma, A (2012) DENV inhibits type I IFN production in infected cells by cleaving human STING PLoS Pathogens, 8 (10).

Maringer, K and Elliott, G (2010) Recruitment of herpes simplex virus type 1 immediate-early protein ICP0 to the virus particle Journal of Virology, 84 (9). pp. 4682-4696.

Stylianou, J, Maringer, K, Cook, R, Bernard, E and Elliott, G (2009) Virion Incorporation of the Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 Tegument Protein VP22 Occurs via Glycoprotein E-Specific Recruitment to the Late Secretory Pathway Journal of Virology, 83 (10). pp. 5204-5218.

Thesis

Maringer, K (2011) Virion assembly of the herpes simplex virus type 1 E3 ubiquitin ligase ICP0 Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey.

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