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Pabis, M. et al.: Modulation of HIV-1 gene expression by binding of a ULM motif in the Rev protein to UHM-containing splicing factors. Nucleic Acids Res., accepted (2019)
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Kunze, C. et al.: Synthetic AAV/CRISPR vectors for blocking HIV-1 expression in persistently infected astrocytes. Glia 66, 413-427 (2018)
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Kunze, C. ; Herrmann, A. ; Bauer, A. & Brack-Werner, R.: Are there strategies against latent infection? MMW-Fortschr. Med. 160, 35-37 (2018)
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Bolduan, S. et al.: T cells with low CD2 levels express reduced restriction factors and are preferentially infected in therapy naïve chronic HIV-1 patients. J. Int. AIDS Soc. 20:21865 (2017)
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Hofmann, S. et al.: Dual role of the chromatin-binding factor PHF13 in the pre- and post-integration phases of HIV-1 replication. Open Biol. 7:170115 (2017)
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Zhernov, Y.V.* et al.: Supramolecular combinations of humic polyanions as potent microbicides with polymodal anti-HIV-activities. New J. Chem. 41, 212-224 (2017)
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O'Rourke, A.* et al.: Alkaloids from the sponge Stylissa carteri present prospective scaffolds for the inhibition of Human Immunodeficiency Virus 1 (HIV-1). Mar. Drugs 14:28 (2016)
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Rebensburg, S. et al.: Potent in vitro antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extract against HIV and Filoviruses targets viral envelope proteins. Sci. Rep. 6:20394 (2016)
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Schneider, M. et al.: A new model for post-integration latency in macroglial cells to study HIV-1 reservoirs of the brain. Aids 29, 1147-1159 (2015)
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Vincendeau, M. et al.: Modulation of Human Endogenous Retrovirus (HERV) transcription during persistent and de novo HIV-1 infection. Retrovirol. 12:27 (2015)
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Helfer, M. et al.: The root extract of the medicinal plant Pelargonium sidoides is a potent HIV-1 attachment inhibitor. PLoS ONE 9:e87487 (2014)
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Kremb, S. et al.: Aqueous extracts of the marine brown alga Lobophora variegata inhibit HIV-1 infection at the level of virus entry into cells. PLoS ONE 9:e103895 (2014)
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Nehls, J. ; Koppensteiner, H. ; Brack-Werner, R. ; Floß, T. & Schindler, M.: HIV-1 replication in human immune cells is independent of TAR DNA binding Protein 43 (TDP-43) expression. PLoS ONE 9:e105478 (2014)
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Vincendeau, M. ; Nagel, D. ; Brenke, J.K. ; Brack-Werner, R. & Hadian, K.: Heterogenous nuclear ribonucleoprotein Q increases protein expression from HIV-1 Rev-dependent transcripts. Virol. J. 10:151 (2013)
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Demmer, O.* et al.: A conformationally frozen peptoid boosts CXCR4 affinity and anti-HIV activity. Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 51, 8110-8113 (2012)
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Koppensteiner, H. ; Brack-Werner, R. & Schindler, M.: Macrophages and their relevance in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type I infection. Retrovirol. 9:82 (2012)
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Nagel, J.* et al.: Stably integrated and expressed retroviral sequences can influence nuclear location and chromatin condensation of the integration locus. Chromosoma 121, 353-367 (2012)
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Brack-Werner, R.: Astrocytes and glial progenitor cells as long-term hosts of the human immunodeficiency virus. Vortrag: 10th European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease, 13-17. September 2011, Prag. (2011)
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Meggendorfer, M. ; Rothenaigner, I. ; Tigges, B. ; Vincendeau, M. & Brack-Werner, R.: Neurotoxicity of HIV-1 Proteins. In: Gendelmann, H.E.* [Eds.]: The Neurology of Aids. New York, NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 2011. 275-288
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Kremb, S. et al.: EASY-HIT: HIV full-replication technology forbroad discovery of multiple classes of HIV inhibitors. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 54, 5257-5268 (2010)