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David A. Davis, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Davis DA, Brown CA, Singer KE, Wang V, Kaufman J, Stahl SJ, Wingfield P, Maeda K, Harada S, Yoshimura K, Kosalaraksa P, Mitsuya H, Yarchoan R.
Inhibition of HIV-1 replication by a peptide dimerization inhibitor of HIV-1 protease.
Antiviral Res. 2006.
2)  Shultz MD, Ham YW, Lee SG, Davis DA, Brown C, Chmielewski J.
Small-molecule dimerization inhibitors of wild-type and mutant HIV protease: a focused library approach.
J Am Chem Soc. 126: 9886-7, 2004.
3)  Haque M, Davis DA, Wang V, Widmer I, Yarchoan R.
Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (human herpesvirus 8) contains hypoxia response elements: relevance to lytic induction by hypoxia.
J Virol. 77: 6761-8, 2003.
4)  Davis DA, Brown CA, Newcomb FM, Boja ES, Fales HM, Kaufman J, Stahl SJ, Wingfield P, Yarchoan R.
Reversible oxidative modification as a mechanism for regulating retroviral protease dimerization and activation.
J Virol. 77: 3319-25, 2003.
5)  Davis DA, Read-Connole E, Pearson K, Fales HM, Newcomb FM, Moskovitz J, Yarchoan R.
Oxidative modifications of kynostatin-272, a potent human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease inhibitor: potential mechanism for altered activity in monocytes/macrophages.
Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 46: 402-8, 2002.
6)  Davis DA, Rinderknecht AS, Zoeteweij JP, Aoki Y, Read-Connole EL, Tosato G, Blauvelt A, Yarchoan R.
Hypoxia induces lytic replication of Kaposi sarcoma-associated herpesvirus.
Blood. 97: 3244-50, 2001.
7)  Davis DA, Newcomb FM, Moskovitz J, Wingfield PT, Stahl SJ, Kaufman J, Fales HM, Levine RL, Yarchoan R.
HIV-2 protease is inactivated after oxidation at the dimer interface and activity can be partly restored with methionine sulphoxide reductase.
Biochem J. 346 Pt 2: 305-11, 2000.
8)  Davis DA, Yusa K, Gillim LA, Newcomb FM, Mitsuya H, Yarchoan R.
Conserved cysteines of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease are involved in regulation of polyprotein processing and viral maturation of immature virions.
J Virol. 73: 1156-64, 1999.
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