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Sequential LASER ART and CRISPR treatments eliminate HIV-1 in a subset of infected humanized mice
PK Dash, R Kaminski, R Bella, H Su, S Mathews, TM Ahooyi, C Chen, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-20, 2019
3022019
HIV-1 Nef is released in extracellular vesicles derived from astrocytes: evidence for Nef-mediated neurotoxicity
A Sami Saribas, S Cicalese, TM Ahooyi, K Khalili, S Amini, IK Sariyer
Cell death & disease 8 (1), e2542-e2542, 2018
1192018
Integrin α9β1 is a receptor for nerve growth factor and other neurotrophins
I Staniszewska, IK Sariyer, S Lecht, MC Brown, EM Walsh, GP Tuszynski, ...
Journal of cell science 121 (4), 504-513, 2008
942008
CRISPR based editing of SIV proviral DNA in ART treated non-human primates
P Mancuso, C Chen, R Kaminski, J Gordon, S Liao, JA Robinson, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 6065, 2020
842020
Small tumor antigen of polyomaviruses: role in viral life cycle and cell transformation
K Khalili, IK Sariyer, M Safak
Journal of cellular physiology 215 (2), 309-319, 2008
772008
Autophagy, EVs, and infections: a perfect question for a perfect time
ML Pleet, H Branscome, C DeMarino, DO Pinto, MA Zadeh, M Rodriguez, ...
Frontiers in cellular and Infection Microbiology 8, 362, 2018
672018
Dephosphorylation of JC virus agnoprotein by protein phosphatase 2A: inhibition by small t antigen
IK Sariyer, K Khalili, M Safak
Virology 375 (2), 464-479, 2008
642008
Dysregulation of autophagy by HIV-1 Nef in human astrocytes
AS Saribas, K Khalili, IK Sariyer
Cell Cycle 14 (18), 2899-2904, 2015
632015
Off-target analysis in gene editing and applications for clinical translation of CRISPR/Cas9 in HIV-1 therapy
A Atkins, CH Chung, AG Allen, W Dampier, TE Gurrola, IK Sariyer, ...
Frontiers in genome editing 3, 673022, 2021
572021
WW domain of BAG3 is required for the induction of autophagy in glioma cells
N Merabova, IK Sariyer, AS Saribas, T Knezevic, J Gordon, MC Turco, ...
Journal of cellular physiology 230 (4), 831-841, 2015
542015
HIV-1 Tat protein induces glial cell autophagy through enhancement of BAG3 protein levels
AP Bruno, FI De Simone, V Iorio, M De Marco, K Khalili, IK Sariyer, ...
Cell cycle 13 (23), 3640-3644, 2014
522014
Phosphorylation mutants of JC virus agnoprotein are unable to sustain the viral infection cycle
IK Sariyer, I Akan, V Palermo, J Gordon, K Khalili, M Safak
Journal of virology 80 (8), 3893-3903, 2006
522006
IFN-gamma inhibits JC virus replication in glial cells by suppressing T-antigen expression
FI De-Simone, R Sariyer, YL Otalora, S Yarandi, M Craigie, J Gordon, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0129694, 2015
502015
Infection by agnoprotein-negative mutants of polyomavirus JC and SV40 results in the release of virions that are mostly deficient in DNA content
IK Sariyer, AS Saribas, MK White, M Safak
Virology journal 8, 1-15, 2011
472011
Early growth response-1 protein is induced by JC virus infection and binds and regulates the JC virus promoter
L Romagnoli, IK Sariyer, J Tung, M Feliciano, BE Sawaya, L Del Valle, ...
Virology 375 (2), 331-341, 2008
462008
Human polyomavirus JCV late leader peptide region contains important regulatory elements
I Akan, IK Sariyer, R Biffi, V Palermo, S Woolridge, MK White, S Amini, ...
Virology 349 (1), 66-78, 2006
442006
Bag3-induced autophagy is associated with degradation of JCV oncoprotein, T-Ag
IK Sariyer, N Merabova, PK Patel, T Knezevic, A Rosati, MC Turco, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45000, 2012
402012
Targeting CCR5 as a component of an HIV-1 therapeutic strategy
H Mohamed, T Gurrola, R Berman, M Collins, IK Sariyer, ...
Frontiers in immunology 12, 816515, 2022
392022
JC virus T-antigen regulates glucose metabolic pathways in brain tumor cells
E Noch, IK Sariyer, J Gordon, K Khalili
PLoS One 7 (4), e35054, 2012
292012
Regulation of human neurotropic JC virus replication by alternative splicing factor SF2/ASF in glial cells
IK Sariyer, K Khalili
PLoS One 6 (1), e14630, 2011
292011
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