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LI-COR Biosciences Odyssey® Data Featured in Five July Journal of Virology Articles

June 23, 2008, Lincoln, NE: The July 2008 issue of The Journal of Virology features five papers featuring data from the LI-COR Odyssey Infrared Imaging System. These references join the more than 1400 papers currently citing data using the LI-COR near-infrared detection system and IRDye infrared dyes.

LI-COR's Odyssey Infrared Imaging system provides a flexible, multifunctional platform to accommodate Western Blots and a variety of other imaging applications. The system currently has a strong presence in the fields of Proteomics, Genomics and In Vivo small animal imaging. Recently, the Odyssey has become more prominent in the field of Virology, fielding several new publications.

For more information see the journal articles below.

  • Virus-Cell Interactions:
    • George Zahariadis, Melany J. Wagner, Rosalyn C. Doepker, Jessica M. Maciejko, Carley M. Crider, Keith R. Jerome, and James R. Smiley
      Cell-Type-Specific Tyrisine Phosphorylation of the Herpes Simplex Virus Tegument Protein VP11/12 Encoded by Gene UL46
      J. Virol., Jul 2008; 82: 6098-6018.
      Abstract (free) or PDF

    • Rodion Gorchakov, Elena Frolova, Stanley Sawicki, Svetlana Atasheva, Dorothea Sawicki, and Ilya Frolov
      A New Role for ns Polyprotein Cleavage in Sindbis Virus Replication
      J. Virol., Jul 2008; 82: 6218-6231.
      Abstract (free) or PDF

    • Huaxin Si, Subhash C. Verma, Michael A. Lampson, Qiliang Cai, and Erle S. Robertson
      Kaposi's Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus-Encoded LANA Can Interact with the Nuclear Mitotic Apparatus Protein To Regulate Genome Maintenance and Segregation
      J. Virol., Jul 2008; 82: 6734-6746.
      Abstract (free) or PDF

    • Valerie Laniosz, Kirsten A. Holthusen, and Patricio I. Meneses
      Bovine Papillomavirus Type 1: from Clathrin to Caveolin
      J. Virol., Jul 2008; 82: 6288-6298.
      Abstract (free) or PDF

  • Structure and Assembly:
    • Rachel B. Life, Eun-Gyung Lee, Scott W. Eastman, and Maxine L. LInial
      Mutations in the Amino Terminus of Foamy Virus Gag Disrupt Morphology and Infectivity but Do Not Target Assembly
      J. Virol., Jul 2008; 82: 6109-6119.
      Abstract (free) or PDF

About LI-COR Biosciences

LI-COR® Biosciences is a leading manufacturer of near-infrared imaging platforms, analysis software, and LI-COR IRDye® infrared dye reagents for genomic, proteomic, and molecular imaging applications. LI-COR pioneered the development of near-infrared fluorescence detection systems for DNA sequencing and today provides systems for drug discovery, protein research, small animal imaging, and undergraduate training. LI-COR instruments for photosynthesis, carbon dioxide analysis and light measurement are recognized worldwide for standard-setting innovation in plant science research and environmental monitoring. Founded in 1971, the privately held company is based in Lincoln, Nebraska, with subsidiaries in Germany and the United Kingdom. LI-COR systems are used in over 100 countries and are supported by a global network of distributors.



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