Lipidomics & Rhinovirus Infection

Lipidomics can be used to examine the lipid species involved with pathogenic conditions, such as viral associated inflammation. Discovered the latest research on Lipidomics & Rhinovirus Infection.

August 16, 2016

Running up that hill: How to create cellular lipid gradients by lipid counter-flows

Joachim Moser von Filseck, Guillaume Drin
March 18, 2016

Virus assembly factories in a lipid world

Current Opinion in Virology
Isabel Fernández de CastroCristina Risco
June 28, 2018
Open Access

Host lipidome analysis during rhinovirus replication in HBECs identifies potential therapeutic targets

Journal of Lipid Research
An NguyenMichael J O Wakelam
April 21, 2019

Right ventricular pressure overload alters cardiac lipid composition

International Journal of Cardiology
A M C KoopB Bartelds
December 20, 2014

Sphingolipids in viral infection

Biological Chemistry
Jürgen Schneider-Schaulies, Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies
December 8, 2015
Open Access

Airway reactivity and sphingolipids-implications for childhood asthma

Molecular and Cellular Pediatrics
Jennie G OnoStefan Worgall
May 13, 2005
Open Access

Rhinoviruses infect human epithelial cells via ceramide-enriched membrane platforms

The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Heike GrassméErich Gulbins
July 21, 2015

Chalcone scaffolds as anti-infective agents: structural and molecular target perspectives

European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Debarshi Kar MahapatraVivek Asati
October 18, 2005
Open Access

Ceramide-enriched membrane domains

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
Claudia R BollingerErich Gulbins
June 28, 2007
Open Access

Infections with human rhinovirus induce the formation of distinct functional membrane domains

Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry : International Journal of Experimental Cellular Physiology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology
Stephan DreschersErich Gulbins
July 17, 2016
Open Access

Norovirus drug candidates that inhibit viral capsid attachment to human histo-blood group antigens

Antiviral Research
Eunüs S AliNikolai Petrovsky
May 11, 2012
Open Access

Ebolavirus requires acid sphingomyelinase activity and plasma membrane sphingomyelin for infection

Journal of Virology
Mary E MillerRobert A Davey
June 13, 2015
Open Access

Fatty acid metabolism in pulmonary arterial hypertension: role in right ventricular dysfunction and hypertrophy

Pulmonary Circulation
Megha Talati, Anna R Hemnes
February 25, 2010
Open Access

Ceramide-rich platforms in transmembrane signaling

FEBS Letters
Branka Stancevic, Richard Kolesnick
July 11, 2015
Open Access

Co-option of Membrane Wounding Enables Virus Penetration into Cells

Cell Host & Microbe
Stefania LuisoniUrs F Greber
August 1, 2007

Radioresistance of human carcinoma cells is correlated to a defect in raft membrane clustering

Free Radical Biology & Medicine
Clara BiondaDominique Ardail
June 19, 2009
Open Access

Viral calciomics: interplays between Ca2+ and virus

Cell Calcium
Yubin ZhouJenny J Yang

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