Document Type

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Publication Date

5-2018

Abstract

This is a time course study of virus –host interactions that are modified with the addition of two small natural products. They appear to effect virus replication and the host response to the infection.

Comments

Funders: This work was supported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at Stephen F. Austin State University (Research Pilot Study # 107552-26112-150). This work was supported by the National Science Foundation-EPSCoR (grant # EPS- 0701890; Center for Plant-Powered Production-P3), Arkansas ASSET Initiative and the Arkansas Science and Technology Authority.

Grant Number:

Stephen F. Austin State University (Research Pilot Study # 107552-26112-150).

National Science Foundation-EPSCoR (grant # EPS- 0701890; Center for Plant-Powered Production-P3) , Arkansas ASSET Initiative and the Arkansas Science and Technology Authority

Methodology:

  1. Trypan Blue Exclusion Dye Assays-Viability assays
  2. Plaque forming units/mL assays-assess the production of infectious virus particles
  3. Transmission Electron Microscopy-Morphometric analyses including nucleus to cytoplasm ratios
  4. Whole cell fluorescent staining-whole cell analyses including nucleus to cytoplasm ratios
  5. TRPS (Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing) analyses of nanoparticles
  6. Immunoblots

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