Michael T. Eickbush

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In contrast to RNA viruses, double-stranded DNA viruses have low mutation rates yet must still adapt rapidly in response to changing host defenses. To determine mechanisms of adaptation, we subjected the model poxvirus vaccinia to serial propagation in human cells, where its antihost factor K3L is maladapted against the antiviral protein kinase R (PKR).(More)
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