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Shaw, Megan L; Stertz, S (2017). Role of Host Genes in Influenza Virus Replication. In: Shaw, Megan L; Stertz, S. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 1-39.

Pohl, M O; Lanz, C; Stertz, S (2016). Late stages of the influenza A virus replication cycle — a tight interplay between virus and host. Journal of General Virology, 97(9):2058 -2072.

Tripathi, S; Pohl, M O; Zhou, Y; Rodriguez-Frandsen, A; Wang, G; Stein, D A; Moulton, H M; Che, J; Mulder, L C F; Yangüez, E; Andenmatten, D; Pache, L; Manicassamy, B; Albrecht, R A; Gonzalez, M G; Nguyen, Quy; Brass, A; Elledge, S; White, M; Shapira, S; Hacohen, N; Karlas, A; Meyer, T; Shales, M; Gatorano, A; Johnson, J R; Jang, G; Johnson, T; Verschueren, E; Sanders, D; Krogan, N; Shaw, M; König, R; Stertz, S; García-Sastre, A; Chanda, S K; DeJesus, P (2015). Meta- and orthogonal integration of influenza "OMICs" data defines a role for UBR4 in virus budding. Cell Host & Microbe, 18(6):723-735.

König, R; Stertz, S (2015). Recent strategies and progress in identifying host factors involved in virus replication. Current Opinion in Microbiology, (26):79-88.

Edinger, T O; Pohl, M O; Yangüez, E; Stertz, S (2015). Cathepsin W is required for escape of influenza a virus from late endosomes. mBio, 6(3):e00297-15.

Pohl, M O; Stertz, S (2015). Measuring attachment and internalization of influenza a virus in A549 cells by flow cytometry. Journal of Visualized Experiments (Jove), (105):e53372.

Lanz, C; Yangüez, E; Andenmatten, D; Stertz, S (2015). Swine IFITM proteins potently inhibit influenza A virus replication. Journal of Virology, 89(1):863-869.

White, K M; De Jesus, P; Chen, Z; Abreu Jr, P; Barile, E; Mak, P A; Anderson, P; Nguyen, Q T; Inoue, A; Stertz, S; Koenig, R; Pellecchia, M; Palese, P; Kuhen, K; García-Sastre, A; Chanda, S K; Shaw, M L (2014). A potent anti-influenza compound blocks fusion through stabilization of the prefusion conformation of the hemagglutinin protein. ACS Infectious Diseases, 1:98-109.

Pohl, M O; Edinger, T O; Stertz, S (2014). Prolidase is required for early trafficking events during influenza a virus entry. Journal of Virology, 88(19):11271-11283.

Lohrmann, F; Dijkman, R; Stertz, S; Thiel, V; Haller, O; Staeheli, P; Kochs, G (2013). Emergence of a C-terminal seve 1 n amino acid elongation of NS1 around 1950 2 conferred a minor growth advantage to former seasonal influenza A viruses. Journal of Virology, 87(20):11300-11303.

Medina, R A; Stertz, S; Manicassamy, C; Zimmermann, P; Sun, X; Albrecht, R A; Uusi-Kerttula, H; Zagordi, O; Belshe, R B; Frey, S E; Tumpey, T M; García-Sastre, A (2013). Glycosylations in the globular head of the hemagglutinin protein modulate the virulence and antigenic properties of the H1N1 influenza viruses. Science Translational Medicine, 5(187):187ra70.

Alamares-Sapuay, J G; Martinez-Gil, L; Stertz, S; Miller, M S; Shaw, M L; Palese, P (2013). Serum- and glucocorticoid-regulated kinase 1 is required for nuclear export of the ribonucleoprotein of influenza A virus. Journal of Virology, 87(10):6020-6026.

Edinger, T O; Pohl, M O; Stertz, S (2013). Entry of influenza A virus: host factors and antiviral targets. Journal of General Virology, 95:263-277.

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