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M. Tashiro1 and J.T. Seto2

1 Department of Virology 1, National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan, 162 and 2 Department of Microbiology, California State University, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, 90032-8201

Received 11/10/97 Accepted 11/14/97


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9. Tashiro, M., Yokogoshi, Y., Tobita, K., Seto, J.T., R. Rott & H. Kondo: Tryptase Clara: an activating protease for Sendai virus in rat lungs that is involved in pneumopathogenicity. J. Virol 66, 7211-7216 (1992)

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12. Tashiro, M., Pritzer, E., Khoshman, M.A., Yamakawa, M., Kuroda, K., Klenk, H.-D., R. Rott & J.T. Seto: Characterization of a pantropic variant of Sendai virus derived from a host-range mutant. Virology 165, 577-583 (1988)

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19. Tashiro, M., Yamakawa, M., Tobita, K., Klenk, H.-D., R.Rott, & J.T. Seto: Altered budding site of a pantropic mutant of Sendai virus, F1-R, in the polarized epithelial cells. J. Virol 64, 4672-4677 (1990)

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23. Tashiro, M., Seto, J.T., H.-D. Klenk, & R. Rott: Possible involvement of microtubule disruption in bipolar budding of a Sendai virus mutant, F1-R, in epithelial MDCK cells. J. Virol 67, 5902-5910 (1993)

24. Tashiro, M., McQueen, N.L., Seto, J.T., H.-D. Klenk, & R. Rott: Involvement of the mutated M protein in altered budding polarity of a pantropic mutant, F1-R, of Sendai virus. J. Virol 70, 5990-5997 (1996)

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