BK Virus Infection

BK virus infection is a significant complication of modern immunosuppression used in kidney transplantation. Discover the latest research on BK virus infection here.

August 17, 2020
Open Access

BK virus-associated nephropathy in a lung transplant patient: case report and literature review

BMC Infectious Diseases
Thomas CrowhurstChien-Li Holmes-Liew
September 18, 2020

Antibody escape by polyomavirus capsid mutation facilitates neurovirulence

Matthew D LauverAron E Lukacher
August 6, 2020

Merkel Cell Polyomavirus Small T Antigen Activates Noncanonical NFκB Signaling to Promote Tumorigenesis

Molecular Cancer Research : MCR
Jiawei ZhaoRichard C Wang
September 3, 2020
Open Access

The Role of the JC Virus in Central Nervous System Tumorigenesis

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Nicholas AhyeHassen S Wollebo
August 31, 2020
Open Access

Celastrol dilates and counteracts ethanol-induced constriction of cerebral arteries

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Kelsey Cleland NorthAlex M Dopico
August 23, 2020

High-grade Neuroendocrine Carcinomas of the Vulva: A Clinicopathologic Study of 16 Cases

The American Journal of Surgical Pathology
Peter P ChenAnais Malpica
August 21, 2020
Open Access

Cutaneous viral infections associated with ultraviolet radiation exposure

International Journal of Cancer. Journal International Du Cancer
Yayi ZhaoDana E Rollison
August 30, 2020

Merkel cell carcinoma: Preparing to go the distance

The Malaysian Journal of Pathology
M ArumugamN Abdul Shukor
August 21, 2020
Open Access

Identification and characterization of a novel bat polyomavirus in Japan

Virus Genes
Ryota KobaYukinobu Tohya
August 26, 2020

Microbiological assessment of an urban lagoon system in the coastal zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
Lorena da Graça Pedrosa de MacenaMarize Pereira Miagostovich

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