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Lack of selective resistance of influenza A virus in presence of host-targeted antiviral, UV-4B

Michelle Mendenhall Meghan H. shilts Timothy B. stockwell Dale L. Barnard Urban Ramstedt Suman R. Das Development of antiviral drug resistance is a continuous concern for viruses with high mutation rates

Cotton rat lung transcriptome reveals host immune response to Respiratory Syncytial Virus infection

Acute respiratory infection (ARI) with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common cause of both hospitalizations and mortality in young infants worldwide. Repeat infections with RSV are common throughout life in both pediatric and elderly populations. Thus far, cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) are found to be the best animal model to study RSV infection. However, the...

Distinct mucosal microbial communities in infants with surgical necrotizing enterocolitis correlate with age and antibiotic exposure

curation: Meghan H. Shilts, Andrey Tovchigrechko, Chunlin Wang, Suman R. Das, Jo?rn-Hendrik Weitkamp. Formal analysis: Joann Romano-Keeler, Meghan H. Shilts, Chunlin Wang, Daniel J. Moore, Christopher ... . 15 / 18 Supervision: Jo?rn-Hendrik Weitkamp. Validation: Suman R. Das. Visualization: Meghan H. Shilts, Christopher Fonnesbeck. Writing ? original draft: Joann Romano-Keeler, Meghan H. Shilts, Jo?rn

Respiratory Syncytial Virus whole-genome sequencing identifies convergent evolution of sequence duplication in the C-terminus of the G gene

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is responsible for considerable morbidity and mortality worldwide and is the most important respiratory viral pathogen in infants. Extensive sequence variability within and between RSV group A and B viruses and the ability of multiple clades and sub-clades of RSV to co-circulate are likely mechanisms contributing to the evasion of herd immunity...