The Use of Naturally Occurring and Recombinant Viruses:
R.W. Compans and P.C. Roberts, Viruses as Model Systems in Cell Biology.
V.M. Olkkonen, P. Liljeström, P. Dupree, H. Garoff, and K. Simons, Expression of Exogenous Proteins in Mammalian Cells with the Simliki Forest Virus Vector.
R.C. Piper, J.W. Slot, G. Li, P.D. Stahl, and D.E. James, Recombinant Sindbis Virus as an Expression System for Cell Biology.
G. Odorizzi and I.S. Trowbridge, Recombinant Rous Sarcoma Virus Vectors for Avian Cells.
J.-K. Yee, T. Friedmann, and J.C. Burns, Generation of High-Titer Pseudotyped Retroviral Vectors with Very Broad Host Range.
H.Y. Naim and M.G. Roth, SV40 Virus Expression Vectors.
O.A. Weisz and C.E. Machamer, Use of Recombinant Vaccinia Virus Vectors for Cell Biology.
T.C. Becker, R.J. Noel, W.S. Coats, A.M. Gómez-Foix, T. Alam, R.D. Gerard, and C.B. Newgard, Use of Recombinant Adenovirus for Metabolic Engineering of Mammalian Cells.
D.Y. Ho, Amplicon-Based Herpes Simplex Virus Vectors.
P.A. Johnson and T. Friedmann, Replication-Defective Recombinant Herpes Simplex Virus Vectors.
The Use of Expression Plasmids in Continuous Cell Lines:
C.B. Brewer, Cytomegalovirus Plasmid Vectors for Permanent Lines of Polarized Epithelial Cells.
R.P. Hirt, N. Fasel, and J.-P. Kraehenbuhl, Inducible Protein Expression Using a Glucocorticoid-Sensitive Vector.
R.A. Chavez, Y.-T. Chen, W.K. Schmidt, L. Carnell, and H.-P. Moore, Expression of Exogenous Proteins in Cells with Regulated Secretory Pathways.
D.G. Cook, V.M.-Y. Lee, and R.W. Doms, Expression of Foreign Proteins in a Human Neuronal System.
T.E. Willnow and J
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