DAVS 2016

Dutch Annual Virology Symposium 2016

Stephen Cusack - Structural insights into RNA synthesis by the influenza virus transcription-replication machine

Aartjan te Velthuis - The role of the priming loop in Influenza A virus RNA synthesis

Adriaan de Wilde - Mutations in a nidoviral trans-membrane replicase subunit confer resistance towards the cyclophilin inhibitor cyclosporin A

Berend-Jan Bosch - Cryo-electron microscopy structure of a coronavirus spike glycoprotein trimer

Polina Furmanova-Hollenstein -  Molecular Mechanism of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Fusion Inhibitors

Alba Torrents de la Peña - Structure-based stabilization of soluble cleaved HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein trimers

Arwen Altenburg - Modified Vaccinia Virus Ankara Expressing Nucleoprotein Protects Against a Lethal Challenge with Influenza Virus in vivo

Thijn Brummelkamp - Genetic screens to unravel viral entry tactics

Jim Baggen - Enterovirus D68 receptor requirements unveiled by haploid genetics

Robert de Vries - H3N2 Influenza Viruses Retain Specificity for Extended Branched Human-type Receptors During Antigenic Drift

Vera Ros - Walking with insects: mechanisms behind viral manipulation of caterpillar behaviour

Theo Geijtenbeek - RNA helicase DDX3 is a novel HIV-1 sensor but HIV-1 inhibits its signaling in dendritic cells to escape antiviral immunity

Rob Vogels - A specific host-derived small RNA is induced upon DNA virus infection in Drosophila

Ferdy van Diemen - CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing of herpesviruses limits productive and latent infections

Thijs Booiman - DYRK1A controls HIV-1 replication at a transcriptional level in an NFAT dependent manner

Tabitha Hoornweg - Dynamics of chikungunya virus cell entry unraveled by single virus tracking in living cells

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