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A. Dusty Miller, B.A., B.S., Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1984-2019 Human Biology/Basic Sciences Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, United States 
 1987-2019 Pathology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
Virology, Gene Therapy, Cell Biology
Website:
https://sharedresources.fredhutch.org/profile/miller-dusty
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https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/5604897

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Cross-listing: Cell Biology Tree

Parents

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James P. Whitlock, Jr. grad student 1979-1982 Stanford
Inder M. Verma post-doc 1982-1984 Salk Institute (Cell & Gene Therapy Tree)
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Miller AD, De Las Heras M, Yu J, et al. (2017) Evidence against a role for jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus in human lung cancer. Retrovirology. 14: 3
Miller AD. (2014) Retroviral vectors: from cancer viruses to therapeutic tools. Human Gene Therapy. 25: 989-94
Miller AD. (2014) Retroviral vector production. Current Protocols in Human Genetics / Editorial Board, Jonathan L. Haines ... [Et Al.]. 80: Unit 12.5.
Wang Z, Halbert CL, Lee D, et al. (2014) Elimination of contaminating cap genes in AAV vector virions reduces immune responses and improves transgene expression in a canine gene therapy model. Gene Therapy. 21: 363-70
Wang Z, Storb R, Halbert CL, et al. (2012) Successful regional delivery and long-term expression of a dystrophin gene in canine muscular dystrophy: a preclinical model for human therapies. Molecular Therapy : the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy. 20: 1501-7
Mendoza R, Silverman RH, Klein EA, et al. (2012) No biological evidence of XMRV in blood or prostatic fluid from prostate cancer patients. Plos One. 7: e36073
Vaughan AE, Mendoza R, Aranda R, et al. (2012) Xpr1 is an atypical G-protein-coupled receptor that mediates xenotropic and polytropic murine retrovirus neurotoxicity. Journal of Virology. 86: 1661-9
Vaughan AE, Halbert CL, Wootton SK, et al. (2012) Lung cancer in mice induced by the jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus envelope protein is not maintained by rare cancer stem cells, but tumorigenicity does correlate with Wnt pathway activation. Molecular Cancer Research : McR. 10: 86-95
Mendoza R, Vaughan AE, Miller AD. (2011) The left half of the XMRV retrovirus is present in an endogenous retrovirus of NIH/3T3 Swiss mouse cells. Journal of Virology. 85: 9247-8
Miller AD, Metzger MJ. (2011) APOBEC3-mediated hypermutation of retroviral vectors produced from some retrovirus packaging cell lines. Gene Therapy. 18: 528-30
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