RVF Virus Bibliography

This article lists the majority of the bibliographical references on the RVF Virus.

Anderson G.W., Slone J.T.W., Teters C.J., 1987, Pathogenesis of Rif Valley fever virus (RVFV) in inbred rats, Microb. Pathogen., 2, 283-93

Anderson GW., Smith J.F., 1987, Immunoelectron microscopy of Rift Valley fever viral morphogenesis in primary rat hepatocytes, Virology, 161, 91-100

Besselaar T.G., Blackburn N.K., 1991, Topological mapping of antigenic sites on Rift Valley fever virus envelope glycoproteins using monoclonal antibodies, Arch. Viral., 121, 111-24

Bouloy M., Hannoun C., 1976, RNA-dependent RNA polymerase associated with virions, Virology, 69, 258-64

Calisher C.H., 1996, History, classification and taxonomy of viruses in the family Bunyaviridae, In: The Bunyaviridae (Elliot R.M., ed), Plenum Press, New York, 1-18

Caplen H., Peters C.J., Bishop D.H.L., 1985, Mutagen-derivated attenuation of Rift Valley fever virus as a method for vaccine development, J. Gen. Virol., 66, 2271-77

Collet M.S., Purchio A.F., Keegan K. et al., 1985, Complete nucleotide sequence of the M RNA segment of Rift Valley fever virus, Virology, 144, 228-45

Eddy G., Peters J.C., 1980, The extended horizons of Rift Valley fever: current and projected immunogens, In: New Dev. Hum. Vet. Vaccines (Liss A.R., ed), new York, 179-91

Frese M., Kochs G., Feldman H. et al., 1996, Inhibition of bunyaviruses, phleboviruses and hantviruses by human MxA protein, J. Virol., 70, 915-923

Giorgi C., 1996, Molecular biology of Phleboviruses, In: The Bunyaviridae (Elliot R.M., ed), Plenum Press, New York, 105-28

Giorgi C., Accardi L., Nicoletti L., et al., 1991, Sequences and coding strategies of the S RNAs of Toscana and Rift Valley fever viruses compared to those of Punta Toro, Sicilian Sandfly fever, and Uukuniemi viruses, Virology, 180, 738-73

Gonzalez-Scarano F., Nathanson N., 1996, Bunyaviridae, In : Fields viroloy (Fields B.N. et al, eds), Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia

Ihara T., Akabashi H., Bishop D.H.L., 1984, Novel coding strategy (ambisenses genomic RNA) revealed by phlebovirus S RNA, Virology, 136, 293-99

Kakach L.T., Suzich J.A., Collet M.S., 1989, Rift Valley fever virus M segment: Phleboirus expression strategy and protein glycosylation, Virology, 170, 505-10

Kolakofsky D., Hacker D, 1991, Bunyavirus RNA synthesis: Genome transcription and replication, Curr. Top. Microbiol. Immunol., 93, 125-49

Levitt J., Nandé W, Du T. et al., 1963, Purification and electron microcospy of pantropic Rift Valley fever virus, Virology, 20, 530-33 Lopez N., Müller R., Prehaud C. et al., 1995, Th L protein of Rift Valley fever ca rescue viral ribonucleo-proteins and transcribe synthetic genome like RNA molecules, J. Virol., 69, 3972-79

Morrill J.C., Jennings G.B., Johnson A.J., 1990, Pathogenesis of Rift Valley fever in rhesus monkeys: role of interferon response, Arch. Virol., 110, 195-212

Muller R., Argentini C., Bouloy M., et al., 1991, Completion of the genome sequence of Rift Valley fever phlebovirus indicates that the L NA is negative or ambisense and codes for a putative transcriptase-replicase, NAR., 19, 5433

Muller R., Poch O., Delarue M., et al, 1994, Rift Valley fever virus L segment: correction of the sequence and possible functional role of newly identified regions conserved in RNA-dependant polymerises, J. Gen. Virol., 75, 1345-52

Muller R., Saluzzo J.F., Lopez N. et al., 1995, Characterization of clone 13, a naturally attenuated avirulent isolate naturally of Rift Valley fever virus, which is altered in the small segment, Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 53, 405-11

Murphy F.A., Harrison A.K., Whitefield S.G., 1973, Bunyaviridae: morphologic and morphogenetic similarities of Bunyamwera serologic supergroup viruses and several other arthropod-borne viruses, Intervirology, 1, 297-316

Obijeski J.F., Bishop DHL., Palmer E.L., et al., 1976, Segment genome and nucleocapsid of LaXrosse virus, J. Virol., 20, 664-672

Pavlovic J., Arzet H.A., Hefti H.P. et al, 1995, Enhanced virus resistance of transgenic mice expressing the human MxA protein, J. Virol., 69, 4509-4510

Petterson R.F., Von Bonsdorff C.H., 1975, Ribonucleoproteins of Uukuniemi virus are circular, J. Virol., 15, 386-92

Prehaud C., Lopez N., Blok M.J., et al., 1997, Analysis of the 3’ terminal sequence recognized by the Rift Valley fever virus transcription complex in its ambisense S segment, Virology, 227, 189-197

Sall A.A., Zeller H., Zanotto P.M., et al., Rift Valley fever virus: the non structural S segment coded (NSs) protein as a target to evaluate genetic variability and its role in pathogenesis, In: Factors in the emergence of arbovirus diseases (Saluzzo J., Dodet B., eds), Elsevier, Paris, 265-71

Saluzzo J.F., Anderson G.W., Hodgson Jr L.A., 1989, Antegenic and biological properties of Rift Valley fever virus isolated during the 1987 Mauritanian epidemic, Res. Virol., 140, 155-64

Samso A., Bouloy M., Hannoun C., 1975, Présence de ribonucleoprotéines circulaires dans le virus Loumbo (Bunyavirus), C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Sér. D., 280, 1683-87

Schmaljohn C.S., Parker M.D., Ennis W.H., et al., 1989, Baculovirus expression of the M genome segment of Rift Valley fever virus and examination of antigenic and immunogenic properties of the expressed proteins, Virology, 170, 184-92

Staeheli P., Pitossi F., Pavlovic J., 1993, Mx proteins: GTPases with antiviral activity, Trends Cell. Biol., 3, 268-72

Struthers J.K, Swanepoel R., Shepard S.P., 1984, Proteins synthesis in Rift Valley fever virus-infected cells, Virology, 134, 118-24

Takehara K., Min M.K., Battles J.K, et al., 1989, Identification of Mutations in M RNA of a candidate vaccine strain of Rift Valley fever virus, Virology, 169, 452-457

Turell M.J., Saluzzo J.F., Tamariello R.F., et al., 1990, Generation and transmission of Rift valley fever viral ressortants by the mosquito Culex pipiens, J. Gen. Virol., 71, 2307-12

Van Velden D.J.J., Meyers J.D., et al., 1977, Rift Valley affecting humans in South Africa: a clinicopathological study, S. Afr. Med. J., 51, 861-71

Vialat P., Muller R., Vu T.H. et al, 1997, Mapping of the mutations present in the genome of Rift Valley fever virus attenuated MP12 strain and their putative role in attenuation, Virus,

Wasmoen T.L., Kakach L.T., Collet M.C., 1988, Rift Valley fever M segment: Cellular localisation of M segment encoded proteins, Virology, 166, 275

Wilson M.L., 1994, Rift Valley fever virus ecology and the epidemiology of disease emergence, In: Disease in evolution: global changes and emergence of infectious diseases (Boland B., ed), The New York Academy of Sciences, New York, 169-80

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