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2011Hepatic TLR2 & TLR4 expression correlates with hepatic inflammation and TNF-α in HCV & HCV/HIV infectionBerzsenyi, M.; Roberts, S.; Preiss, S.; Woollard, D.; Beard, M.; Skinner, N.; Bowden, D.; Visvanathan, K.
2012HIV-1 infection of human macrophages directly induces viperin which inhibits viral productionNasr, N.; Maddocks, S.; Turville, S.; Harman, A.; Woolger, N.; Helbig, K.; Wilkinson, J.; Bye, C.; Wright, T.; Rambukwelle, D.; Donaghy, H.; Beard, M.; Cunningham, A.
2012The interferon signaling pathway genes as biomarkers of hepatitis C virus disease progression and response to treatmentHelbig, K.; Beard, M.
2013Viperin is induced following dengue virus type-2 (DENV-2) infection and has anti-viral actions requiring the C-terminal end of viperinHelbig, K.; Carr, J.; Calvert, J.; Wati, S.; Clarke, J.; Eyre, N.; Narayana, S.; Fiches, G.; McCartney, E.; Beard, M.
2011The antiviral protein viperin inhibits hepatitis C virus replication via interaction with nonstructural protein 5AHelbig, K.; Eyre, N.; Yip, L.; Narayana, S.; Li, K.; Fiches, G.; McCartney, E.; Jangra, R.; Lemon, S.; Beard, M.
2013Reduced sphingosine kinase 1 activity in dengue virus type-2 infected cells can be mediated by the 3' untranslated region of dengue virus type-2 RNACarr, J.; Kua, T.; Clarke, J.; Calvert, J.; Zebol, J.; Beard, M.; Pitson, S.
2014The role of viperin in the innate antiviral responseHelbig, K.; Beard, M.
2015Sequence analysis and characterisation of virally induced viperin in the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus)Milic, N.; Davis, S.; Carr, J.; Isberg, S.; Beard, M.; Helbig, K.
2015The interferon-induced transmembrane proteins, IFITM1, IFITM2 and IFITM3 inhibit hepatitis C virus entryNarayana, S.; Helbig, K.; McCartney, E.; Eyre, N.; Bull, R.; Eltahla, A.; Lloyd, A.; Beard, M.
2016Reduction in sphingosine kinase 1 influences the susceptibility to dengue virus infection by altering antiviral responsesClarke, J.; Davies, L.; Calvert, J.; Gliddon, B.; Al Shujari, W.; Aloia, A.; Helbig, K.; Beard, M.; Pitson, S.; Carr, J.