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Attention ASV Conference Attendees!

Stephan Spencer sspencer at rhino.bocklabs.wisc.edu
Tue Jun 14 19:55:41 EST 1994

Searching of the ASV catalogue of workshops, poster sessions and
State-of-the-Art Lectures is now available on the World Wide Web server
for Virology!

Type in a word of phrase and you will be provided with a printout
broken down into the 3 categories (workshops, posters, s-o-a lectures).
Access to this resource is through Mosaic (or comparible WWW reader).

The URL (address of our server) is:
The URL for the ASV catalog searching is :
for those of you who want to get there directly.
Please spread the word of this resource to any virologists that you know
will be attending the ASV meeting.  Thank you!

Stephan Spencer
Institute for Molecular Virology
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Here is an example printout for the keyword "reovirus"....


Result of search for "reovirus".

Poster sessions

P14-1 Yin, P. and Coombs, K.M.(University of Manitoba, CANADA)Effect of
temperature on the transcriptase activity of purified reovirus cores 

P14-2 Mabrouk, T. and Lemay, G.(Universite de Montreal, CANADA)Interaction
of the reovirus sigma 3 protein with cellular components 

P15-6 Severson, T.F., Gillian, A.L., Johnson, L.E., and Nibert,
M.L.(University of Wisconsin, Madison)Heat-induced disassembly of the
reovirus outer capsid 

9:45-10:00 W2-8 Centonze, V.E., Chen, Y., Borisy, G., Pawley, J., and
Nibert, M.L. (University ofWisconsin, Madison Cryo-scanning electron
microscopy of reovirus structure 

9:00-9:15 W3-6 Craigie, K. and Duncan, R. (Dalhousie University, CANADA)
Syncytia formation inavian reovirus infected vero cells results in a
progressive infection without relieving the restricted virusreplication 

2:30-2:45 W13-3 Duncan, R. and Walsh, S. (Dalhousie University, CANADA)
Intracellular membraneinteractions of the avian reovirus major outer capsid
protein ¾2C are responsible for syncytia formation butare not required for
virus replication 

Convenor: Polly Roy 

1:30-1:45 W14-1 Shepard, D.A. and Schiff, L.A. (University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis) Functional consequences of Œ3-¾1 binding during reovirus

1:45-2:00 W14-2 Danis, C. and Lemay, G. (Universite de Montreal, CANADA)
The amino-terminal portion of reovirus lambda1 protein has affinity for
double-stranded nucleic acids 

2:00-2:15 W14-3 Hooper, J.W. and Fields, B.N. (Harvard Medical School)
Mutations in M2 gene affectthe capacity of reovirus to permeabilize L cell

2:15-2:30 W14-4 Hazelton, P.R. and Coombs, K.M. (University of Manitoba,
CANADA) The reovirustemperature-sensitive mutants tsE320 and double mutant

2:30-2:45 W14-5 Rozinov, M.N. and Fields, B.N. (Harvard Medical School) M2
gene-dependentinterference between reovirus serotypes 

2:45-3:00 W14-6 Kong, L.-J. and Joklik, W.K.(Duke University Medical
Center) Characterization of theproteolytic activity that cleaves reovirus
protein ¾1 to ¾1C 

3:00-3:15 W14-7 Roner, M.R. and Joklik, W.K. (Duke University Medical
Center) Manipulation of thereovirus segmented dsRNA genome 

2:30-2:45 W16-5 Schmechel, S., Anderson, R., Meurs, E., and Schiff, L.
(University of Minnesota,Minneapolis) Reovirus protein Œ3 abrogates
dsRNA-mediated protein synthesis inhibition in intact cells 

9:45-10:00 W23-8 Rodgers, S.E., Grdina, T.A., Squier, M.K.T., Cohen, J.J.,
Tyler, K.L., and Dermody, T.S.(Vanderbilt Medical School/Denver VA Medical
Center/University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)Reovirus induces an
apoptosis-like process in murine L929 and WEHI 231 cells 

8:30-8:45 W39-5 Haller, B.L., Barkon, M.L., and Virgin, H.W. (Washington
University School ofMedicine) Enterotropic and neurotropic reovirus
variants from chronically infected severe combinedimmunodeficient mice 

3:30-3:45 W40-7 Tyler, K.L., Mann, M.A., and Virgin IVth, H.W. (University
of Colorado Health SciencesCenter/Harvard Medical School/Washington
University School of Medicine) Monoclonal antibodies to the Œ3 outer capsid
protein act by inhibiting internalization and intracellular proteolysis of

2:45-3:00 W43-6 Goral, M.I., Mochow, M.S., and Dermody, T.S. (Vanderbilt
Medical School) Sequencediversity within the S3 gene of field isolate
strains of reovirus: Gene segment termini are conserved andpredicted to
form extended region of duplex RNA 

State-of-the-Art Lectures

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