Susan Hafenstein Department of Medicine, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, USA
1 protocol

Lindsey Organtini Microbiology and Immunology Department, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, USA
1 protocol
Angela Corona University of Cagliari
3 protocols

Balaji Olety Amaranath University of Massachusetts medical School
2 protocols

Cristina Suárez Heidelberg University
1 protocol

Emilia Krypotou Yale University
9 protocols

Editor
Kristin L. Shingler
  • Teaching Specialist, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • bacteriophage, DNA packaging, molecular motors, Phi29
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, Penn State College of Medicine, 2015

Lab information

Paul Jardine Lab

Publications

1 Protocol published
Enterovirus 71 Virus Propagation and Purification
Authors:  Kristin L. Shingler, Lindsey J. Organtini and Susan Hafenstein, date: 05/05/2014, view: 8526, Q&A: 0
Since its discovery in 1969, enterovirus 71 (EV71) has emerged as a serious worldwide health threat. This member of the picornavirus family causes hand, foot, and mouth disease, and also has the capacity to invade the central nervous system to cause ...
11 Protocols reviewed
On-demand Labeling of SNAP-tagged Viral Protein for Pulse-Chase Imaging, Quench-Pulse-Chase Imaging, and Nanoscopy-based Inspection of Cell Lysates
Authors:  Roland Remenyi, Raymond Li and Mark Harris, date: 02/20/2019, view: 460, Q&A: 0
Advanced labeling technologies allow researchers to study protein turnover inside intact cells and to track the labeled protein in downstream applications. In the context of a viral infection, the combination of imaging and fluorescent labeling of ...
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Assessing the Efficacy of Small Molecule Inhibitors in a Mouse Model of Persistent Norovirus Infection
Authors:  Jana Van Dycke, Johan Neyts and Joana Rocha-Pereira, date: 05/05/2018, view: 1664, Q&A: 0
Human norovirus is the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis worldwide, resulting in estimated mortality of ~210,000 each year, of whom most are children under the age of five. However, norovirus can infect people of all age groups. There is a ...
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