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1. High-efficiency incorporation of functional influenza virus glycoproteins into recombinant vesicular stomatitis viruses.

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2. Infectious rabies viruses from cloned cDNA.

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3. Mokola virus glycoprotein and chimeric proteins can replace rabies virus glycoprotein in the rescue of infectious defective rabies virus particles.

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4. Run 43, 31.3.1971, 19.00-20.30, 15 GeV/c, 20 bunches: Q-jump, Stacking at the bottom with smaller buckets

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5. Rescue of Synthetic Genomic RNA Analogs of Rabies Virus by Plasmid-Encoded Proteins


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6. Highly stable expression of a foreign gene from rabies virus vectors.

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7. Requirement for a non-specific glycoprotein cytoplasmic domain sequence to drive efficient budding of vesicular stomatitis virus.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1170477
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8. Foreign glycoproteins expressed from recombinant vesicular stomatitis viruses are incorporated efficiently into virus particles.

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9. Specific targeting to CD4+ cells of recombinant vesicular stomatitis viruses encoding human immunodeficiency virus envelope proteins.

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10. The minimal conserved transcription stop-start signal promotes stable expression of a foreign gene in vesicular stomatitis virus.

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