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Lynn W. Enquist, Ph.D.

Molecular Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
virology, circuit tracers, pathogenesis

Anna Marie Skalka, Roche Institute - postdoctoral advisor
Robert Weisberg, NIH - postdoctoral advisor
S. Gaylen Bradley, Medical College of Virginia - PhD advisor
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Mean distance: 15.51 (cluster 32)
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S. Gaylen Bradley grad student VCU School of Medicine
Anna Marie Skalka post-doc Roche Institute (Chemistry Tree)
Robert A. Weisberg post-doc NIH (Chemistry Tree)


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Toh Hean Ch'ng grad student Princeton
Amy Doris Brideau grad student 2000 Princeton
Rebecca Lynn Sparks-Thissen grad student 2000 Princeton
Mark Tomishima grad student 2002 Princeton
Maria Cristina da Silva grad student 2003 Princeton
Tony Del Rio grad student 2004 Princeton
Neelanjana Ray grad student 2004 Princeton
Toh H. Ch'ng grad student 2005 Princeton
LeighAnne M. Olsen grad student 2005 Princeton
Alla Brukman grad student 2006 Princeton
Dusica Curanovic grad student 2009 Princeton
Tal Kramer grad student 2007-2012 Princeton
Andrea E. Granstedt grad student 2013 Princeton
Anthony E. Ambrosini grad student 2014 Princeton
Greg A. Smith post-doc Princeton
Moriah L. Szpara post-doc 2005- Princeton
Esteban A. Engel post-doc 2010-2015 Princeton


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Hassana Oyibo collaborator CSHL
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Hogue IB, Bosse JB, Engel EA, et al. (2015) Fluorescent Protein Approaches in Alpha Herpesvirus Research. Viruses. 7: 5933-5961
Carpenter JE, Clayton AC, Halling KC, et al. (2015) Defensive perimeter in the central nervous system: predominance of infected astrocytes and astrogliosis during recovery from varicella-zoster virus encephalitis. Journal of Virology
Bosse JB, Hogue IB, Feric M, et al. (2015) Remodeling nuclear architecture allows efficient transport of herpesvirus capsids by diffusion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: E5725-33
Kratchmarov R, Enquist LW, Taylor MP. (2015) Us9-Independent Axonal Sorting and Transport of the Pseudorabies Virus Glycoprotein gM. Journal of Virology. 89: 6511-4
Parsons LR, Tafuri YR, Shreve JT, et al. (2015) Rapid genome assembly and comparison decode intrastrain variation in human alphaherpesviruses. Mbio. 6
Koyuncu OO, Song R, Greco TM, et al. (2015) The number of alphaherpesvirus particles infecting axons and the axonal protein repertoire determines the outcome of neuronal infection. Mbio. 6
Engel EA, Song R, Koyuncu OO, et al. (2015) Investigating the biology of alpha herpesviruses with MS-based proteomics. Proteomics. 15: 1943-56
Taylor MP, Enquist LW. (2015) Axonal spread of neuroinvasive viral infections. Trends in Microbiology. 23: 283-8
Wojaczynski GJ, Engel EA, Steren KE, et al. (2015) The neuroinvasive profiles of H129 (herpes simplex virus type 1) recombinants with putative anterograde-only transneuronal spread properties. Brain Structure & Function. 220: 1395-420
Ambrosini AE, Enquist LW. (2015) Cell-fusion events induced by α-herpesviruses Future Virology. 10: 185-200
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