Eamon Lane

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The influenza virus genome is composed of eight negative-strand RNA segments. In cells coinfected with two or more influenza strains, the genomic RNAs reassort at random, resulting in progeny viruses(More)
It has been suggested that exposure of cattle to the ectoparasiticide Phosmet in the 1980s caused a conformational change in the cellular prion protein (PrPC) to form the BSE prion (PrPSC), which(More)
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