Functional dissection of the dominant role of CD55 in protecting vesicular stomatitis virus against complement-mediated neutralization.

Kumar NA, Suma SM, Kunnakkadan U, Nag J, Mukesh RK, Lyles DS and Johnson J B(2021)
Viruses     13(3), 373;https://doi.org/10.3390/v13030373.

In the Crosshairs: RNA Viruses OR Complement?

Kumar NA, Kunnakkadan U, Thomas S and Johnson J B (2020)
Front. Immunol.     11:573583. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2020.573583

A factor I-like activity associated with chikungunya virus contributes to its resistance to the human complement system.

Nag J, Mukesh RK, Suma SM, Kunnakkadan U, Kumar NA, Johnson J B(2020)
J Virol.     pii: JVI.02062-19. doi: 10.1128/JVI.02062-19. PMID: 31941783.

Complement-Mediated Neutralization of a Potent Neurotropic Human Pathogen, Chandipura Virus, Is Dependent on C1q.

Kunnakkadan U, Nag J, Kumar NA, Mukesh RK, Suma SM, Johnson JB(2019)
J Virol.     93(19). pii: e00994-19. doi: 10.1128/JVI.00994-19. PMID: 31315998.

Parainfluenza virus 5 upregulates CD55 expression to producevirions with enhanced resistance to complement-mediated neutralization.

Li Y, Johnson JB*, Parks GD. (2016)
Virology     497:305-13.

The multiple stress responsive transcriptional regulator Rv3334 of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an autorepressor and a positive regulator of kstR.

Gomez RL, Jose L, Ramachandran R, Raghunandanan S, Muralikrishnan B, Johnson J B, Sivakumar KC, Mundayoor S and Kumar RA. (2016)
FEBS J     283(16):3056-71.

A novel Factor I activity in Nipah virus inhibits human complement pathways through cleavage of C3b.

Johnson J B, Borisevich V, Rockx B, Parks GD.( 2015)
J Virol.     15;89(2):989-98.

The neutralizing capacity of antibodies elicited by parainfluenza virus infection of African Green Monkeys is dependent on complement.

Mayer AE,Johnson J B, Parks GD(2014)
Virology     460-461:23-33

The Bordetella pertussis Bps polysaccharide enhances lung colonization by conferring protection from complement-mediated killing.

Ganguly T, Johnson J B*, Kock ND, Parks GD, Deora R.
Cell Microbiol.     16(7):1105-18.

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