Josh Jackson

Kevin A. Cassady1
Timothy P. Cripe1
1Kevin A. Cassady
1Timothy P. Cripe
1Kellie B. Haworth
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  • Kevin A. Cassady, Kellie B. Haworth, Josh Jackson, James M. Markert, Timothy P. Cripe
  • 2016
Over the past 1-2 decades we have witnessed a resurgence of efforts to therapeutically exploit the attributes of lytic viruses to infect and kill tumor cells while sparing normal cells. We now appreciate that the utility of viruses for treating cancer extends far beyond lytic cell death. Viruses are also capable of eliciting humoral and cellular innate and(More)
As the number of military, security and humanitarian operations being deployed across the world increases, there is a sense of urgency to field Non-Lethal Weapon (NLW) systems that have a range of capabilities to handle various threats and crises. Commanders in the field must be able to decide with confidence that the use of a NLW will decrease rather than(More)
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