URMC / Labs / Ward Lab / Publications Publications Baker JLWard BM (2014 Feb). Development and comparison of a quantitative TaqMan-MGB real-time PCR assay to three other methods of quantifying vaccinia virions. Journal of virological methods. Hollenbaugh JAGee PBaker JDaly MBAmie SMTate JKasai NKanemura YKim DHWard BMKoyanagi YKim B (2013). Host factor SAMHD1 restricts DNA viruses in non-dividing myeloid cells. PLoS pathogens. Chan WMWard BM (2012 Aug). The A33-dependent incorporation of B5 into extracellular enveloped vaccinia virions is mediated through an interaction between their lumenal domains. Journal of virology. Chan WMWard BM (2012 Aug). Increased interaction between vaccinia virus proteins A33 and B5 is detrimental to infectious extracellular enveloped virion production. Journal of virology. Chen GWard BMYu KHChinchar VGRobert J (2011 Nov). Improved knockout methodology reveals that frog virus 3 mutants lacking either the 18K immediate-early gene or the truncated vIF-2alpha gene are defective for replication and growth in vivo. Journal of virology. Ward BM (2011 Mar 15). The taking of the cytoskeleton one two three: how viruses utilize the cytoskeleton during egress. Virology. Chan WMKalkanoglu AEWard BM (2010 Dec 5). The inability of vaccinia virus A33R protein to form intermolecular disulfide-bonded homodimers does not affect the production of infectious extracellular virus. Virology. Chan WMWard BM (2010 Jun 20). There is an A33-dependent mechanism for the incorporation of B5-GFP into vaccinia virus extracellular enveloped virions. Virology. Lee HYTopham DJPark SYHollenbaugh JTreanor JMosmann TRJin XWard BMMiao HHolden-Wiltse JPerelson ASZand MWu H (2009 Jul). Simulation and prediction of the adaptive immune response to influenza A virus infection. Journal of virology. Johnston SCWard BM (2009 Feb). Vaccinia virus protein F12 associates with intracellular enveloped virions through an interaction with A36. Journal of virology. Ward BM (2009). Using fluorescent proteins to study poxvirus morphogenesis. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). Earley AKChan WMWard BM (2008 Mar). The vaccinia virus B5 protein requires A34 for efficient intracellular trafficking from the endoplasmic reticulum to the site of wrapping and incorporation into progeny virions. Journal of virology. Ward BM (2005 Nov). The longest micron; transporting poxviruses out of the cell. Cellular microbiology. Ward BM (2005 Apr). Visualization and characterization of the intracellular movement of vaccinia virus intracellular mature virions. Journal of virology. Senkevich TGWard BMMoss B (2004 Mar). Vaccinia virus A28L gene encodes an essential protein component of the virion membrane with intramolecular disulfide bonds formed by the viral cytoplasmic redox pathway. Journal of virology. Senkevich TGWard BMMoss B (2004 Mar). Vaccinia virus entry into cells is dependent on a virion surface protein encoded by the A28L gene. Journal of virology. Ward BMMoss B (2004 Mar). Vaccinia virus A36R membrane protein provides a direct link between intracellular enveloped virions and the microtubule motor kinesin. Journal of virology. Ward BM (2004). Pox, dyes, and videotape: making movies of GFP-labeled vaccinia virus. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). Katz EWard BMWeisberg ASMoss B (2003 Nov). Mutations in the vaccinia virus A33R and B5R envelope proteins that enhance release of extracellular virions and eliminate formation of actin-containing microvilli without preventing tyrosine phosphorylation of the A36R protein. Journal of virology. Ward BMWeisberg ASMoss B (2003 Apr). Mapping and functional analysis of interaction sites within the cytoplasmic domains of the vaccinia virus A33R and A36R envelope proteins. Journal of virology. Lazarowitz SGMcGarry RCHill JEBarron YDGold DCarvalho MFSanderfoot AAWard BM (2002 Jan 01). Macromolecular trafficking within and between plant cells as revealed by virus movement proteins. In Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions vol. 3. (Sally A. Leong, Caitilyn Allen, and Eric W. Triplett, eds.). Ward BMMoss B (2001 Dec). Vaccinia virus intracellular movement is associated with microtubules and independent of actin tails. Journal of virology. Moss BWard BM (2001 Nov). High-speed mass transit for poxviruses on microtubules. Nature cell biology. Ward BMMoss B (2001 May). Visualization of intracellular movement of vaccinia virus virions containing a green fluorescent protein-B5R membrane protein chimera. Journal of virology. Ward BMMoss B (2000 Apr). Golgi network targeting and plasma membrane internalization signals in vaccinia virus B5R envelope protein. Journal of virology. Ward BMLazarowitz SG (1999 Jan 01). Nuclear export in plants. Use of geminivirus movement proteins for a cell-based export assay. Plant Cell. Qin SWard BMLazarowitz SG (1998 Nov). The bipartite geminivirus coat protein aids BR1 function in viral movement by affecting the accumulation of viral single-stranded DNA. Journal of virology. Lazarowitz SGWard BMSanderfoot AALaukaitis CM (1998 Jan 01). Intercellular and intracellular trafficking: What we can learn from geminivirus movement. In Cellular Integration of Signal Pathways in Plants. NATO Advanced Study Institute Series, Vol. H 104. (F.Lo Schiavo, R.L. Last, G.Morelli, and N.V. Raikhel ed.).. Ward BMMedville RLazarowitz SGTurgeon R (1997 May). The geminivirus BL1 movement protein is associated with endoplasmic reticulum-derived tubules in developing phloem cells. Journal of virology. Pascal ESanderfoot AAWard BMMedville RTurgeon RLazarowitz SG (1994 Jul). The geminivirus BR1 movement protein binds single-stranded DNA and localizes to the cell nucleus. The Plant cell.