Anthony Boscaro

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Herpes simplex viruses encode several glycoproteins dispensable for infection and replication in cell culture. Evidence is presented that there exist at least two pathways for viral attachment to cells, i.e., one mediated by the dispensable glycoprotein C (gC) and one independent of that glycoprotein. Thus, whereas the polycations neomycin and polylysine(More)
Cell lines that constitutively express herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) glycoprotein H (gH-1) failed to synthesize the mature form of gH and accumulated a precursor-like form of the glycoprotein, which was retained intracellularly, most likely in RER. Fine-structure analysis of the oligosaccharides present in recombinant gH revealed oligosaccharides processed(More)
We report the derivation and properties of a monoclonal antibody (MAb 2E4) which neutralizes human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6). MAb 2E4 precipitated from lysates of infected cells a glycosylated polypeptide 100,000 in apparent molecular weight and minor components of 80,000, and 32,500. The predominant reactive protein after a pulse was the(More)
Defect localization in Very Large Integration Circuits (VLSI) requires to use multi-sensor information such as electrical waveforms, emission microscopy images and frequency mapping in order to detect, localize and identify the failure. Each sensor provides a specific kind of feature modeling the evidence. Thus, the defect localization in VLSI can be(More)
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