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Selected Publications

  1. Nüesch, J.P.F., Lachmann, S., and Rommelaere, J. (2005). Selective Alterations of the Host cell architecture upon infection with parvovirus minute virus of mice. Virology 331, 159-174.
  2. Nüesch, J.P.F., and Rommelaere, J. (2006). MVM NS1 Interaction with CKIIa: A novel Protein Complex Regulating Parvoviral Induced Cytotoxicity. J. Virol. 80, 4729-4739.
  3. Nüesch, J.P.F., and Rommelaere, J. (2007). A novel viral clamp modulating casein kinase II activity induces cytopathic effects to cancer cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci USA 104, 12482-12487.
  4. Lachmann, S., Bär, S. Rommelaere, J., and Nüesch, J.P.F. (2008). MVM interference with intracellular signalling: Mechanism of PKCh activation in MVM infected A9 mouse fibroblasts. Cell. Microbiol. 10, 755-769.
  5. Nüesch, J.P.F., Bär , S., Lachmann, S., and Rommelaere, J.(2009). Ezrin-Radixin-Moesin Family proteins are involved in parvovirus replication and spreading. J. Virol. 83, 5854-5863.
  6. Nüesch, J.P.F., Lacroix, J., Marchini, A., and Rommelaere, J. (2012). Rodent parvoviruses: Mechanisms of oncolysis and prospects for clinical cancer treatment. Clinical Cancer Res 18,3516-3523.
  7. Bär, S., Rommelaere, J., and Nüesch, J.P.F. (2013).  Vesicular Transport of Progeny Parvovirus Particles through ER and Golgi Regulates Maturation and Cytolysis. PLoS Pathog 9(9): e1003605. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1003605.
    1. Nüesch, J.P.F., and Rommeleare, J. (2014). Tumor suppressing properties of rodent parvovirus NS1 proteins and their derivatives. Adv Exp Med Biol. 818:99-124. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4471-6458-6_5.
  8. Bär, S., Rommelaere, J., and Nüesch, J.P.F. (2015). PKCh/Rdx-driven Phosphorylation of PDK1: A Novel Mechanism Promoting Survival of Cancer Cells and permissiveness for Parvovirus-Induced Lysis.
    1. Geletneky, K., Nüesch, J.P.F., Angelova, A., Kiprianova, I., and Rommelaere, J. (2015). Double-faceted mechanism of parvoviral oncosuppression. Curr Opin Virol. 13, 17-24.
  9. Angelova, A.L., Geletneky, K., Nüesch, J.P.F., and Rommelaere, J. (2015). Tumor selectivity of oncolytic parvoviruses: from in vitro and animal models to cancer patients. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. 3:55. doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2015.00055.

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