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Specific pseudorabies virus infection of the rat visual system requires both gI and gp63 glycoproteins.

Whealy ME, Card JP, Robbins AK, Dubin JR, Rziha HJ, Enquist LW.

J Virol. 1993 Jul;67(7):3786-97.

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The gIII glycoprotein of pseudorabies virus is involved in two distinct steps of virus attachment.

Zsak L, Sugg N, Ben-Porat T, Robbins AK, Whealy ME, Enquist LW.

J Virol. 1991 Aug;65(8):4317-24.

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Two alpha-herpesvirus strains are transported differentially in the rodent visual system.

Card JP, Whealy ME, Robbins AK, Moore RY, Enquist LW.

Neuron. 1991 Jun;6(6):957-69.

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Effect of brefeldin A on alphaherpesvirus membrane protein glycosylation and virus egress.

Whealy ME, Card JP, Meade RP, Robbins AK, Enquist LW.

J Virol. 1991 Mar;65(3):1066-81.

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Neurotropic properties of pseudorabies virus: uptake and transneuronal passage in the rat central nervous system.

Card JP, Rinaman L, Schwaber JS, Miselis RR, Whealy ME, Robbins AK, Enquist LW.

J Neurosci. 1990 Jun;10(6):1974-94.

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The pseudorabies virus gII gene is closely related to the gB glycoprotein gene of herpes simplex virus.

Robbins AK, Dorney DJ, Wathen MW, Whealy ME, Gold C, Watson RJ, Holland LE, Weed SD, Levine M, Glorioso JC, et al.

J Virol. 1987 Sep;61(9):2691-701.

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Pseudorabies virus gene encoding glycoprotein gIII is not essential for growth in tissue culture.

Robbins AK, Whealy ME, Watson RJ, Enquist LW.

J Virol. 1986 Sep;59(3):635-45.

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