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Providers > Researchers > Linda F. Van Dyk
Van Dyk, L. F., Virgin, H.W. IV, and Speck, S. H. 2003. The Murine Gammaherpesvirus 68 v-Cyclin is Essential for Long-term Maintenance of Viral Latency and Provides Evidence for Cell Type Specific Maintenance Mechanisms. J. Virology 77:5118-5126.
Tibbetts, S. A., Van Dyk, L. F., Speck, S. H., and Virgin, H. W. Virgin IV. 2002. Immune Control of the Number and Reactivation Phenotype of Cells Latently Infected with a Gammaherpesvirus. J. Virology 76:7125-7132.
Gangappa, S., Van Dyk, L.F., Jewett, T.J., Speck, S.H., and Virgin, H.W. IV. 2002. Identification of the in vivo role of a viral bcl-2. J. Exp. Med. 195:1-11.
Van Dyk, L.F., Virgin, H.W.IV, and Speck, S.H. 2000. The Murine Gammaherpesvirus 68 v-Cyclin is a Critical Regulator of Reactivation from Latency. J. Virology 74:7451-7461.
Van Dyk, L.F. Hess, J.L., Katz, J.D., Jacoby, M., Speck, S.H., and Virgin, H.W.IV. 1999. The Murine Gammaherpesvirus 68 v-Cyclin Gene is an Oncogene that Promotes Cell Cycle Progression in Primary Lymphocytes. J. Virology 73:5110-5122.
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