Gregory A. Smith, Ph.D.
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En Passant Mutagenesis: A Two Step Markerless Red Recombination System
BK Tischer, GA Smith, N Osterrieder
In Vitro Mutagenesis Protocols: Third Edition, 421-430, 2010
The two distinct phospholipases C of Listeria monocytogenes have overlapping roles in escape from a vacuole and cell-to-cell spread
GA Smith, H Marquis, S Jones, NC Johnston, DA Portnoy, H Goldfine
Infection and immunity 63 (11), 4231-4237, 1995
Functional integration of adult-born neurons
M Carlén, RM Cassidy, H Brismar, GA Smith, LW Enquist, J Frisén
Current Biology 12 (7), 606-608, 2002
Expression and phosphorylation of the Listeria monocytogenes ActA protein in mammalian cells.
RA Brundage, GA Smith, A Camilli, JA Theriot, DA Portnoy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (24), 11890-11894, 1993
Herpesviruses use bidirectional fast-axonal transport to spread in sensory neurons
GA Smith, SP Gross, LW Enquist
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (6), 3466-3470, 2001
Construction of a self-excisable bacterial artificial chromosome containing the human cytomegalovirus genome and mutagenesis of the diploid TRL/IRL13 gene
D Yu, GA Smith, LW Enquist, T Shenk
Journal of virology 76 (5), 2316-2328, 2002
Construction and Transposon Mutagenesis inEscherichia coli of a Full-Length Infectious Clone of Pseudorabies Virus, an Alphaherpesvirus
GA Smith, LW Enquist
Journal of virology 73 (8), 6405-6414, 1999
The tandem repeat domain in the Listeria monocytogenes ActA protein controls the rate of actin-based motility, the percentage of moving bacteria, and the localization of …
GA Smith, JA Theriot, DA Portnoy
The Journal of cell biology 135 (3), 647-660, 1996
Targeting of herpesvirus capsid transport in axons is coupled to association with specific sets of tegument proteins
GWG Luxton, S Haverlock, KE Coller, SE Antinone, A Pincetic, GA Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (16), 5832-5837, 2005
A self-recombining bacterial artificial chromosome and its application for analysis of herpesvirus pathogenesis
GA Smith, LW Enquist
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (9), 4873-4878, 2000
Herpesvirus transport to the nervous system and back again
G Smith
Annual review of microbiology 66, 153-176, 2012
Retrograde axon transport of herpes simplex virus and pseudorabies virus: a live-cell comparative analysis
SE Antinone, GA Smith
Journal of virology 84 (3), 1504-1512, 2010
Break ins and break outs: viral interactions with the cytoskeleton of mammalian cells
GA Smith, LW Enquist
Annual review of cell and developmental biology 18 (1), 135-161, 2002
Asymmetric distribution of the Listeria monocytogenes ActA protein is required and sufficient to direct actin‐based motility
GA Smith, DA Portnoy, JA Theriot
Molecular microbiology 17 (5), 945-951, 1995
The pseudorabies virus VP1/2 tegument protein is required for intracellular capsid transport
GWG Luxton, JIH Lee, S Haverlock-Moyns, JM Schober, GA Smith
Journal of virology 80 (1), 201-209, 2006
Local modulation of plus-end transport targets herpesvirus entry and egress in sensory axons
GA Smith, L Pomeranz, SP Gross, LW Enquist
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (45), 16034-16039, 2004
The capsid and tegument of the alphaherpesviruses are linked by an interaction between the UL25 and VP1/2 proteins
KE Coller, JIH Lee, A Ueda, GA Smith
Journal of virology 81 (21), 11790-11797, 2007
Sorting and transport of alpha herpesviruses in axons
MJ Tomishima, GA Smith, LW Enquist
Traffic 2 (7), 429-436, 2001
The herpesvirus VP1/2 protein is an effector of dynein-mediated capsid transport and neuroinvasion
SV Zaichick, KP Bohannon, A Hughes, PJ Sollars, GE Pickard, GA Smith
Cell host & microbe 13 (2), 193-203, 2013
Directional spread of an α-herpesvirus in the nervous system
LW Enquist, MJ Tomishima, S Gross, GA Smith
Veterinary microbiology 86 (1-2), 5-16, 2002
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