Michael F. Nunn, Ph.D.

Research Development Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, United States 
"Michael Nunn"
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Peter H. Duesberg grad student 1978-1984 UC Berkeley


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Eugene O. Major collaborator 2003- NINDS
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Iitiä A, Dahlen P, Nunn M, et al. (1992) Detection of amplified HTLV-I/-II viral sequences using time-resolved fluorometry Analytical Biochemistry. 202: 76-81
Dahlén PO, Iitiä AJ, Skagius G, et al. (1991) Detection of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 by using the polymerase chain reaction and a time-resolved fluorescence-based hybridization assay. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 29: 798-804
Mehdi H, Nunn M, Steel DM, et al. (1991) Nucleotide sequence and expression of the human gene encoding apolipoprotein H (β2-glycoprotein I) Gene. 108: 293-298
Siitari H, Turunen P, Schrimsher J, et al. (1990) New sensitive and specific assay for human immunodeficiency virus antibodies using labeled recombinant fusion protein and time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 28: 2022-2029
Nunn MF, Hunter T. (1989) The ets sequence is required for induction of erythroblastosis in chickens by avian retrovirus E26. Journal of Virology. 63: 398-402
Watson DK, McWilliams-Smith MJ, Kozak C, et al. (1986) Conserved chromosomal positions of dual domains of the ets protooncogene in cats, mice, and humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 83: 1792-6
Watson DK, McWilliams-Smith MJ, Nunn MF, et al. (1985) The ets sequence from the transforming gene of avian erythroblastosis virus, E26, has unique domains on human chromosomes 11 and 21: both loci are transcriptionally active. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 82: 7294-8
Duesberg PH, Nunn M, Kan N, et al. (1985) Are activated proto-onc genes cancer genes? Haematology and Blood Transfusion. 29: 9-27
Seeburg PH, Lee WH, Nunn MF, et al. (1984) The 5' ends of the transforming gene of Fujinami sarcoma virus and of the cellular proto-fps gene are not colinear. Virology. 133: 460-3
Peterson TA, Yochem J, Byers B, et al. (1984) A relationship between the yeast cell cycle genes CDC4 and CDC36 and the ets sequence of oncogenic virus E26. Nature. 309: 556-8
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