Share This Author
Complete sequence determination of a novel reptile iridovirus isolated from soft-shelled turtle and evolutionary analysis of Iridoviridae
It is proposed that iridovirus might transmit between reptiles and amphibians and that STIV and FV3 are strains of the same viral species belonging to the Ranavirus genus in the Iridoviridae family.
Molecular cloning and characterization of c-type lysozyme gene in orange-spotted grouper, Epinephelus coioides.
Identification and functional characterization of an interferon regulatory factor 7-like (IRF7-like) gene from orange-spotted grouper, Epinephelus coioides.
Rapid Immunochromatographic Test Using Recombinant SAG2 for Detection of Antibodies against Toxoplasma gondii in Cats
Evaluation of detection of the antibody in mice and cats suggests that this test is rapid, simple, accurate, relatively inexpensive, and suitable for use under field conditions.
Identification of a Novel Marine Fish Virus, Singapore Grouper Iridovirus-Encoded MicroRNAs Expressed in Grouper Cells by Solexa Sequencing
This study provided a genome-wide view of miRNA production for iridoviruses and identified 16 novel viral miRNAs, including a miRNA that shared a similar sequence to herpesvirus miRNA HSV2-miR-H4-5p, which suggests miRNA are conserved in far related viruses.
Establishment of a cell line from the brain of grouper (Epinephelus akaara) for cytotoxicity testing and virus pathogenesis
Antiviral effects of β-defensin derived from orange-spotted grouper (Epinephelus coioides).
Entry of a Novel Marine DNA Virus, Singapore Grouper Iridovirus, into Host Cells Occurs via Clathrin-Mediated Endocytosis and Macropinocytosis in a pH-Dependent Manner
It is demonstrated for the first time that not only the clathrin-dependent pathway but also macropinocytosis are involved in fish DNA enveloped virus entry, thus providing a convenient tactic for exploring the life cycle of DNA viruses.
Singapore grouper iridovirus, a large DNA virus, induces nonapoptotic cell death by a cell type dependent fashion and evokes ERK signaling
It is found that SGIV infection in host cells evoked nonapoptotic programmed cell death (PCD), characterized by appearance of cytoplasmic vacuoles and distended endoplasmic reticulum, in the absence of DNA fragmentation, apoptotic bodies and caspase activation.
Roles of stress-activated protein kinases in the replication of Singapore grouper iridovirus and regulation of the inflammatory responses in grouper cells.
- Xiaohong Huang, Youhua Huang, Z. Ouyang, Jia Cai, Yang Yan, Q. Qin
- BiologyThe Journal of general virology
- 1 June 2011
The results showed that increased phosphorylation of JNK1/2 and p38 MAPK occurred during active replication of SGIV in grouper cell cultures, suggesting that the JNK pathway is important for SGIV replication and modulates the inflammatory responses during virus infection.