Colin Parrish
Colin Parrish
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Cross-species virus transmission and the emergence of new epidemic diseases
CR Parrish, EC Holmes, DM Morens, EC Park, DS Burke, CH Calisher, ...
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 72 (3), 457-470, 2008
5662008
The three-dimensional structure of canine parvovirus and its functional implications
J Tsao, MS Chapman, M Agbandje, W Keller, K Smith, H Wu, M Luo, ...
Science 251 (5000), 1456-1464, 1991
5371991
Prediction and prevention of the next pandemic zoonosis
SS Morse, JAK Mazet, M Woolhouse, CR Parrish, D Carroll, WB Karesh, ...
The Lancet 380 (9857), 1956-1965, 2012
5342012
High rate of viral evolution associated with the emergence of carnivore parvovirus
LA Shackelton, CR Parrish, U Truyen, EC Holmes
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (2), 379-384, 2005
5162005
Rapid antigenic-type replacement and DNA sequence evolution of canine parvovirus.
CR Parrish, CF Aquadro, ML Strassheim, JF Evermann, JY Sgro, ...
Journal of virology 65 (12), 6544-6552, 1991
4721991
Natural variation of canine parvovirus
CR Parrish, PH O'Connell, JF Evermann, LE Carmichael
Science 230 (4729), 1046-1048, 1985
3211985
The origins of new pandemic viruses: the acquisition of new host ranges by canine parvovirus and influenza A viruses
CR Parrish, Y Kawaoka
Annual review of microbiology 59, 2005
2882005
Canine and feline parvoviruses can use human or feline transferrin receptors to bind, enter, and infect cells
JSL Parker, WJ Murphy, D Wang, SJ O'Brien, CR Parrish
Journal of Virology 75 (8), 3896-3902, 2001
2692001
A novel variant of avian infectious bronchitis virus resulting from recombination among three different strains
W Jia, K Karaca, CR Parrish, SA Naqi
Archives of virology 140 (2), 259-271, 1995
2681995
Evolution of canine parvovirus involved loss and gain of feline host range
UWE Truyen, JF EVERMANN, E VIELER, CR PARRISH
Virology 215 (2), 186-189, 1996
2671996
The natural host range shift and subsequent evolution of canine parvovirus resulted from virus-specific binding to the canine transferrin receptor
K Hueffer, JSL Parker, WS Weichert, RE Geisel, JY Sgro, CR Parrish
Journal of virology 77 (3), 1718-1726, 2003
2572003
The global spread and replacement of canine parvovirus strains
CR Parrish, P Have, WJ Foreyt, JF Evermann, M Senda, LE Carmichael
Journal of General Virology 69 (5), 1111-1116, 1988
2451988
Evolution of the feline-subgroup parvoviruses and the control of canine host range in vivo.
U Truyen, A Gruenberg, SF Chang, B Obermaier, P Veijalainen, ...
Journal of virology 69 (8), 4702-4710, 1995
2401995
Mapping specific functions in the capsid structure of canine parvovirus and feline panleukopenia virus using infectious plasmid clones
CR Parrish
Virology 183 (1), 195-205, 1991
2311991
Evolutionary basis of codon usage and nucleotide composition bias in vertebrate DNA viruses
LA Shackelton, CR Parrish, EC Holmes
Journal of molecular evolution 62 (5), 551-563, 2006
2302006
Pathways to zoonotic spillover
RK Plowright, CR Parrish, H McCallum, PJ Hudson, AI Ko, AL Graham, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 15 (8), 502-510, 2017
2272017
Multiple amino acids in the capsid structure of canine parvovirus coordinately determine the canine host range and specific antigenic and hemagglutination properties.
SF Chang, JY Sgro, CR Parrish
Journal of Virology 66 (12), 6858-6867, 1992
2251992
Parvovirus host range, cell tropism and evolution
K Hueffer, CR Parrish
Current opinion in microbiology 6 (4), 392-398, 2003
2222003
Structure determination of feline panleukopenia virus empty particles
M Agbandje, R McKenna, MG Rossmann, ML Strassheim, CR Parrish
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 16 (2), 155-171, 1993
2161993
Two dominant neutralizing antigenic determinants of canine parvovirus are found on the threefold spike of the virus capsid
ML Strassheim, A Gruenberg, P Veijalainen, JY Sgro, CR Parrish
Virology 198 (1), 175-184, 1994
2041994
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