AAV Virion

We explore the gene expression profiles of parvoviruses and study the molecular mechanisms underlying DNA replication/pathogenesis of human parvoviruses (human bocavirus, parvovrius B19 and AAV). We aim to understand the basic mechnism of viral ssDNA replication, discover novel therapeutic approaches to diseases caused by parvovirus infection, and develope better parvoviral vectors for human gene therapy in the Department of Microbiology at KUMC.

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the RNA World Lab Meeting
Useful Scientific Links Literatures
Molecular Biology Books RNA Splicing Models
Models&Reviews RNA polyadenylation Medline
Parvovirus Information Parvovirus PubMed Search
MS&Grant Submission U1 snRNP PubMed Search
Journal Club RNA Splicing PubMed Search
Reagent Order Virus and DNA Damage
KUMC&Local Virus Infection of HAE
Overland Park Virus and Cell Death
Plasmids Erythropoiesis
Henry Stewart Talks DNA Damage

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Last updated on January 1, 2021.
Jianming Qiu, MS3029, 3901 Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66160 Email:jqiu@kumc.edu, Tel(O):913-588-4329;(Lab):913-588-4413, Fax:913-588-7295