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Virus vs. Host: Lessons Learned from BK Virus Infection, Hamilton College, Biology Dept Seminar Series, Clinton, NY. 2012.
How human defensins protect against viral Infection. Rhode Island College, Biology Dept. Seminar Series, Providence RI. 2011.
Alpha-defensins, HNP-1 and HD5, inhibit primate polyomavirus infection of host cells. American Society for Virology, Ithaca, NY. 2008.
The role of charged amino acids in VP1 in BK Virus lifecycle. 4th International Conference on Polyomavirus and Human Disease, Barcelona, Spain. Sept. 2007.
Identification of amino acid residues in BK Virus VP1 critical for viability and growth. Pathobiology Graduate Program Annual Retreat, Bristol, RI. Aug. 2007.
BK Virus interaction with sialic acid receptors on host cells. American Society for Virology, Madison, WI. July 2006.
An N-linked glycoprotein with alpha(2,3)-linked sialic acid is a receptor for BK Virus. 3rd International Conference on Polyomavirus and Human Disease, Providence, RI. Sept. 2005.
BK Virus interaction with sialic acid on receptors of host cells. Keystone Symposium: Cell Biology of Virus Entry, Replication and Pathogenesis, Santa Fe, NM (Poster Presentation). Feb. 2006
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