|African swine fever virus replication and genomics|
LK Dixon, DAG Chapman, CL Netherton, C Upton
Virus research 173 (1), 3-14, 2013
|Application of next-generation sequencing technologies in virology|
AD Radford, D Chapman, L Dixon, J Chantrey, AC Darby, N Hall
The Journal of general virology 93 (Pt 9), 1853, 2012
|Comparison of the genome sequences of non-pathogenic and pathogenic African swine fever virus isolates|
DAG Chapman, V Tcherepanov, C Upton, LK Dixon
Journal of General Virology 89 (2), 397-408, 2008
|Genomic analysis of highly virulent Georgia 2007/1 isolate of African swine fever virus|
DAG Chapman, AC Darby, M Da Silva, C Upton, AD Radford, LK Dixon
Emerging infectious diseases 17 (4), 599, 2011
|Protection of European domestic pigs from virulent African isolates of African swine fever virus by experimental immunisation|
K King, D Chapman, JM Argilaguet, E Fishbourne, E Hutet, R Cariolet, ...
Vaccine 29 (28), 4593-4600, 2011
|African swine fever virus proteins involved in evading host defence systems|
LK Dixon, CC Abrams, G Bowick, LC Goatley, PC Kay-Jackson, ...
Veterinary immunology and immunopathology 100 (3-4), 117-134, 2004
|Improving baculovirus recombination|
Y Zhao, DAG Chapman, IM Jones
Nucleic acids research 31 (2), e6-e6, 2003
|The Springer index of viruses|
C Tidona, G Darai
|Deletion of African swine fever virus interferon inhibitors from the genome of a virulent isolate reduces virulence in domestic pigs and induces a protective response|
AL Reis, CC Abrams, LC Goatley, C Netherton, DG Chapman, ...
Vaccine 34 (39), 4698-4705, 2016
|Antigen delivery systems for veterinary vaccine development: Viral-vector based delivery systems|
A Brun, E Albina, T Barret, DAG Chapman, M Czub, LK Dixon, GM Keil, ...
Vaccine 26 (51), 6508-6528, 2008
|Deletion of virulence associated genes from attenuated African swine fever virus isolate OUR T88/3 decreases its ability to protect against challenge with virulent virus|
CC Abrams, L Goatley, E Fishbourne, D Chapman, L Cooke, CA Oura, ...
Virology 443 (1), 99-105, 2013
|Influence of the conserved disulphide bond, exposed to the putative binding pocket, on the structure and function of the immunoglobulin-like molecular chaperone Caf1M of …|
VP Zav'yalov, TV Chernovskaya, DA Chapman, AV Karlyshev, ...
Biochemical journal 324 (Pt 2), 571, 1997
|Deletion of the African swine fever virus gene DP148R does not reduce virus replication in culture but reduces virus virulence in pigs and induces high levels of protection …|
AL Reis, LC Goatley, T Jabbar, PJ Sanchez-Cordon, CL Netherton, ...
Journal of virology 91 (24), e01428-17, 2017
|An extended hydrophobic interactive surface of Yersinia pestis Caf1M chaperone is essential for subunit binding and F1 capsule assembly|
S MacIntyre, IM Zyrianova, TV Chernovskaya, M Leonard, EG Rudenko, ...
Molecular microbiology 39 (1), 12-25, 2001
|Different routes and doses influence protection in pigs immunised with the naturally attenuated African swine fever virus isolate OURT88/3|
PJ Sánchez-Cordón, D Chapman, T Jabbar, AL Reis, L Goatley, ...
Antiviral research 138, 1-8, 2017
|Immunization of pigs by DNA prime and recombinant vaccinia virus boost to identify and rank African swine fever virus immunogenic and protective proteins|
JK Jancovich, D Chapman, DT Hansen, MD Robida, A Loskutov, ...
Journal of virology 92 (8), e02219-17, 2018
|Structural and Functional Significance of the FGL Sequence of the Periplasmic Chaperone Caf1M of Yersinia pestis|
DAG Chapman, AV Zavialov, TV Chernovskaya, AV Karlyshev, ...
Journal of bacteriology 181 (8), 2422-2429, 1999
|Correlation of cell surface marker expression with African swine fever virus infection|
P Lithgow, H Takamatsu, D Werling, L Dixon, D Chapman
Veterinary microbiology 168 (2-4), 413-419, 2014
|African swine fever virus|
LK Dixon, R Nash, PC Hawes, CL Netherton
|Evaluation of protection induced by immunisation of domestic pigs with deletion mutant African swine fever virus BeninΔMGF by different doses and routes|
PJ Sánchez-Cordón, T Jabbar, M Berrezaie, D Chapman, A Reis, ...
Vaccine 36 (5), 707-715, 2018