Marston Manthorpe

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Vical, San Diego, CA, United States 
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Vilalta A, Jimenez G, Rusalov D, et al. (2007) Vaccination with polymerase chain reaction-generated linear expression cassettes protects mice against lethal influenza A challenge. Human Gene Therapy. 18: 763-71
Manthorpe M, Hobart P, Hermanson G, et al. (2005) Plasmid vaccines and therapeutics: from design to applications. Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology. 99: 41-92
Reyes L, Hartikka J, Bozoukova V, et al. (2001) Vaxfectin enhances antigen specific antibody titers and maintains Th1 type immune responses to plasmid DNA immunization. Vaccine. 19: 3778-86
Hartikka J, Bozoukova V, Ferrari M, et al. (2001) Vaxfectin enhances the humoral immune response to plasmid DNA-encoded antigens. Vaccine. 19: 1911-23
Hartikka J, Bozoukova V, Jones D, et al. (2000) Sodium phosphate enhances plasmid DNA expression in vivo. Gene Therapy. 7: 1171-82
Barnhart KM, Hartikka J, Manthorpe M, et al. (1998) Enhancer and promoter chimeras in plasmids designed for intramuscular injection: a comparative in vivo and in vitro study. Human Gene Therapy. 9: 2545-53
Saffran DC, Horton HM, Yankauckas MA, et al. (1998) Immunotherapy of established tumors in mice by intratumoral injection of interleukin-2 plasmid DNA: induction of CD8+ T-cell immunity. Cancer Gene Therapy. 5: 321-30
Doh SG, Vahlsing HL, Hartikka J, et al. (1997) Spatial-temporal patterns of gene expression in mouse skeletal muscle after injection of lacZ plasmid DNA. Gene Therapy. 4: 648-63
Norman JA, Hobart P, Manthorpe M, et al. (1997) Development of improved vectors for DNA-based immunization and other gene therapy applications. Vaccine. 15: 801-3
Longo FM, Manthorpe M, Xie YM, et al. (1997) Synthetic NGF peptide derivatives prevent neuronal death via a p75 receptor-dependent mechanism. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 48: 1-17
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