Ariberto Fassati
Ariberto Fassati
Professor of Cellular & Molecular Virology
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Clonal origin and evolution of a transmissible cancer
C Murgia, JK Pritchard, SY Kim, A Fassati, RA Weiss
Cell 126 (3), 477-487, 2006
Characterization of intracellular reverse transcription complexes of human immunodeficiency virus type 1
A Fassati, SP Goff
Journal of virology 75 (8), 3626-3635, 2001
Nuclear import of HIV-1 intracellular reverse transcription complexes is mediated by importin 7
A Fassati, D Görlich, I Harrison, L Zaytseva, JM Mingot
The EMBO journal 22 (14), 3675-3685, 2003
Transmissible dog cancer genome reveals the origin and history of an ancient cell lineage
EP Murchison, DC Wedge, LB Alexandrov, B Fu, I Martincorena, Z Ning, ...
Science 343 (6169), 437-440, 2014
Characterization of intracellular reverse transcription complexes of Moloney murine leukemia virus
A Fassati, SP Goff
Journal of virology 73 (11), 8919-8925, 1999
Transportin 3 promotes a nuclear maturation step required for efficient HIV-1 integration
L Zhou, E Sokolskaja, C Jolly, W James, SA Cowley, A Fassati
PLoS pathogens 7 (8), e1002194, 2011
Structural analyses of purified human immunodeficiency virus type 1 intracellular reverse transcription complexes
MV Nermut, A Fassati
Journal of virology 77 (15), 8196-8206, 2003
Structural basis for nuclear import of splicing factors by human Transportin 3
GN Maertens, NJ Cook, W Wang, S Hare, SS Gupta, I Öztop, KE Lee, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (7), 2728-2733, 2014
Dystrophic phenotype induced in vitro by antibody blockade of muscle α-dystroglycan-laminin interaction
SC Brown, A Fassati, L Popplewell, AM Page, MD Henry, KP Campbell, ...
Journal of cell science 112 (2), 209-216, 1999
Multiple roles of the capsid protein in the early steps of HIV-1 infection
A Fassati
Virus research 170 (1-2), 15-24, 2012
tRNAs promote nuclear import of HIV-1 intracellular reverse transcription complexes
L Zaitseva, R Myers, A Fassati
PLoS biology 4 (10), e332, 2006
Inhibition of HIV‐1 Replication by Isoxazolidine and Isoxazole Sulfonamides
B Loh, L Vozzolo, BJ Mok, CC Lee, RJ Fitzmaurice, S Caddick, A Fassati
Chemical Biology & Drug Design 75 (5), 461-474, 2010
HIV infection of non-dividing cells: a divisive problem
A Fassati
Retrovirology 3, 1-15, 2006
HIV-1 exploits importin 7 to maximize nuclear import of its DNA genome
L Zaitseva, P Cherepanov, L Leyens, SJ Wilson, J Rasaiyaah, A Fassati
Retrovirology 6, 1-18, 2009
Heat shock protein 90 controls HIV-1 reactivation from latency
I Anderson, JS Low, S Weston, M Weinberger, A Zhyvoloup, AA Labokha, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (15), E1528-E1537, 2014
Nuclear import of viral DNA genomes
UF Greber, A Fassati
Traffic 4 (3), 136-143, 2003
Gyrase B inhibitor impairs HIV-1 replication by targeting Hsp90 and the capsid protein
L Vozzolo, B Loh, PJ Gane, M Tribak, L Zhou, I Anderson, E Nyakatura, ...
Journal of biological chemistry 285 (50), 39314-39328, 2010
HIV-1 selectively targets gut-homing CCR6+ CD4+ T cells via mTOR-dependent mechanisms
D Planas, Y Zhang, P Monteiro, JP Goulet, A Gosselin, N Grandvaux, ...
JCI insight 2 (15), 2017
Myogenic cell proliferation and generation of a reversible tumorigenic phenotype are triggered by preirradiation of the recipient site
JE Morgan, JG Gross, CN Pagel, JR Beauchamp, A Fassati, AJ Thrasher, ...
The Journal of cell biology 157 (4), 693-702, 2002
Nanoscale stiffness topography reveals structure and mechanics of the transport barrier in intact nuclear pore complexes
A Bestembayeva, A Kramer, AA Labokha, D Osmanović, I Liashkovich, ...
Nature nanotechnology 10 (1), 60-64, 2015
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