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12009A neutralizing human monoclonal antibody protects against lethal disease in a new ferret model of acute Nipah virus infectionBossart K.N.; Zhu Z.; Middleton D.; Klippel J.; Crameri G.; Bingham J.; McEachern J.A.; Green D.; Hancock T.J.; Chan Y.-P.; Hickey A.C.; Dimitrov D.S.; Wang L.-F. ; Broder C.C.
22013Adaptive evolution of bat dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (dpp4): Implications for the origin and emergence of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirusCui J.; Eden J.-S.; Holmes E.C.; Wang L.-F. 
32015Analysis of cathepsin and furin proteolytic enzymes involved in viral fusion protein activation in cells of the bat reservoir hostEl Najjar, Farah; Lampe, Levi M.; Baker, Michelle L.; Wang, Linfa ; Dutch, Rebecca Ellis
42011Antibodies to henipavirus or henipa-like viruses in domestic pigs in Ghana, West AfricaHayman D.T.S.; Wang L.-F. ; Barr J.; Baker K.S.; Suu-Ire R.; Broder C.C.; Cunningham A.A.; Wood J.L.N.
52013Bats and Viruses: Friend or Foe?Wynne J.W.; Wang L.-F. 
62014Characterisation of novel microRNAs in the Black flying fox (Pteropus alecto) by deep sequencingCowled C.; Stewart C.R.; Likic V.A.; Friedla¨nder M.R.; Tachedjian M.; Jenkins K.A.; Tizard M.L.; Cottee P.; Marsh G.A.; Zhou P.; Baker M.L.; Bean A.G.; Wang L.-F. 
72012Comprehensive mapping of common immunodominant epitopes in the West Nile virus nonstructural protein 1 recognized by avian antibody responsesSun E.; Zhao J.; Liu N.; Yang T.; Xu Q.; Qin Y.; Bu Z.; Yang Y.; Lunt R.A.; Wang L. ; Wu D.
82015Crystal Structure of the Pre-fusion Nipah Virus Fusion Glycoprotein Reveals a Novel Hexamer-of-Trimers AssemblyXu K.; Chan Y.-P.; Bradel-Tretheway B.; Akyol-Ataman Z.; Zhu Y.; Dutta S.; Yan L.; Feng Y.; Wang L.-F. ; Skiniotis G.; Lee B.; Zhou Z.H.; Broder C.C.; Aguilar H.C.; Nikolov D.B.
92014Detailed morphological characterisation of Hendra virus infection of different cell types using super-resolution and conventional imagingMonaghan P.; Green D.; Pallister J.; Klein R.; White J.; Williams C.; McMillan P.; Tilley L.; Lampe M.; Hawes P.; Wang L.-F. 
102010Development of an acute and highly pathogenic nonhuman primate model of nipah virus infectionGeisbert T.W.; Daddario-Dicaprio K.M.; Hickey A.C.; Smith M.A.; Chan Y.-P.; Wang L.-F. ; Mattapallil J.J.; Geisbert J.B.; Bossart K.N.; Broder C.C.
112016Dual microRNA Screens Reveal That the Immune-Responsive miR-181 Promotes Henipavirus Entry and Cell-Cell FusionFoo C.H.; Rootes C.L.; Cowley K.; Marsh G.A.; Gould C.M.; Deffrasnes C.; Cowled C.J.; Klein R.; Riddell S.J.; Middleton D.; Simpson K.J.; Wang L.-F. ; Bean A.G.D.; Stewart C.R.
122013Duration of Maternal Antibodies against Canine Distemper Virus and Hendra Virus in Pteropid BatsEpstein J.H.; Baker M.L.; Zambrana-Torrelio C.; Middleton D.; Barr J.A.; DuBovi E.; Boyd V.; Pope B.; Todd S.; Crameri G.; Walsh A.; Pelican K.; Fielder M.D.; Davies A.J.; Wang L.-F. ; Daszak P.
132008Evidence of henipavirus infection in West African fruit batsHayman D.T.S.; Suu-Ire R.; Breed A.C.; McEachern J.A.; Wang L. ; Wood J.L.N.; Cunningham A.A.
142016Genome-wide siRNA Screening at Biosafety Level 4 Reveals a Crucial Role for Fibrillarin in Henipavirus InfectionDeffrasnes C.; Marsh G.A.; Foo C.H.; Rootes C.L.; Gould C.M.; Grusovin J.; Monaghan P.; Lo M.K.; Tompkins S.M.; Adams T.E.; Lowenthal J.W.; Simpson K.J.; Stewart C.R.; Bean A.G.D.; Wang L.-F. 
152016Hendra virus infection dynamics in the grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) at the southern-most extent of its range: Further evidence this species does not readily transmit the virus to horsesBurroughs A.L.; Durr P.A.; Boyd V.; Graham K.; White J.R.; Todd S.; Barr J.; Smith I.; Baverstock G.; Meers J.; Crameri G.; Wang L.-F. 
162012Henipavirus neutralising antibodies in an isolated island population of African fruit batsPeel A.J.; Baker K.S.; Crameri G.; Barr J.A.; Hayman D.T.S.; Wright E.; Broder C.C.; Fernández-Loras A.; Fooks A.R.; Wang L.-F. ; Cunningham A.A.; Wood J.L.N.
172014Host cell virus entry mediated by Australian bat lyssavirus G envelope glycoprotein occurs through a clathrin-mediated endocytic pathway that requires actin and Rab5Weir D.L.; Laing E.D.; Smith I.L.; Wang L.-F. ; Broder C.C.
182011Identifying hendra virus diversity in pteropid batsSmith I.; Broos A.; de Jong C.; Zeddeman A.; Smith C.; Smith G.; Moore F.; Barr J.; Crameri G.; Marsh G.; Tachedjian M.; Yu M.; Kung Y.H.; Wang L.-F. ; Field H.
192011Interferon production and signaling pathways are antagonized during henipavirus infection of fruit bat cell linesVirtue E.R.; Marsh G.A.; Baker M.L.; Wang L.-F. 
202014IRF7 in the Australian black flying fox, Pteropus alecto: Evidence for a unique expression pattern and functional conservationZhou P.; Cowled C.; Mansell A.; Monaghan P.; Green D.; Wu L.; Shi Z.; Wang L.-F. ; Baker M.L.