Sequence determination of a new parrot bornavirus-5 strain in Japan: implications of clade-specific sequence diversity in the regions interacting with host factors.
Long-term expression of miRNA for RNA interference using a novel vector system based on a negative-strand RNA virus.
An RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene in bat genomes derived from an ancient negative-strand RNA virus.
A novel intranuclear RNA vector system for long-term stem cell modification.
Influenza A virus-induced expression of a GalNAc transferase, GALNT3, via miRNAs is required for enhanced viral replication.
X-linked RNA-binding motif protein (RBMX) is required for the maintenance of Borna disease virus nuclear viral factories.
piRNAs derived from ancient viral processed pseudogenes as transgenerational sequence-specific immune memory in mammals.
Transcription Profiling Demonstrates Epigenetic Control of Non-retroviral RNA Virus-Derived Elements in the Human Genome.
Borna disease virus possesses an NF-ĸB inhibitory sequence in the nucleoprotein gene.
Inhibition of Borna disease virus replication by an endogenous bornavirus-like element in the ground squirrel genome.
Heat stress is a potent stimulus for enhancing rescue efficiency of recombinant Borna disease virus.
Evolutionarily conserved interaction between the phosphoproteins and X proteins of bornaviruses from different vertebrate species.
Generation of human bronchial epithelial cell lines expressing inactive mutants of GALNT3.
Bornavirus closely associates and segregates with host chromosomes to ensure persistent intranuclear infection.
Detection of Avian bornavirus 5 RNA in Eclectus roratus with feather picking disorder.
A novel Borna disease virus vector system that stably expresses foreign proteins from an intercistronic noncoding region.
Analysis of Intracellular Distribution of Borna Disease Virus Glycoprotein Fused with Fluorescent Markers in Living Cells.
Upregulation of insulin-like growth factor binding protein 3 in astrocytes of transgenic mice that express Borna disease virus phosphoprotein.
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