Toru Takimoto, D.V.M., Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 672 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 p (585) 273-2856 f (585) 273-9573 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Molecular Mechanisms of Paramyxovirus Infection, Replication and Assembly
Postdoctoral Fellowwork Rochester NY Tsuyoshi_Hayashi@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Functional analysis of influenza virus PA-X protein on suppression of host protein synthesis
Postdoctoral Fellowwork Rochester NY Erin_Hodges@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Mechanisms of assembly of influenza and respiratory syncytial viruses
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY Shringkhala_Bajimaya@urmc.rochester.edu
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY Chutikarn_Chaimayo@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Mechanism of influenza assembly, the nuclear export of influenza viral genome, and the molecular mechanism regulating the trafficking of viral nucleocapsids
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY James_McGuinness@urmc.rochester.edu
Laboratory Technicianwork Rochester NY Leslie_Macdonald@urmc.rochester.edu
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY
- Sendai virus recombinant vaccine expressing a secreted, unconstrained respiratory syncytial virus fusion protein protects against RSV in cotton rats. Int Immunol. In press. (2014 Dec 04).
- Terminal sialic acid linkages determine different cell infectivities of human parainfluenza virus type 1 and type 3. Virology. 464-465, 424-31. (2014 Sep 01).
- Specific nucleoprotein residues affect influenza virus morphology. J Virol. 88, 2227-34. (2014 Feb 01).