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    • A Self-Deleting AAV-CRISPR System for In Vivo Genome Editing 

      Li, Ang; Lee, Ciaran M.; Hurley, Ayrea E.; Jarrett, Kelsey E.; De Giorgi, Marco; Lu, Weiqi; Balderrama, Karol S.; Doerfler, Alexandria M.; Deshmukh, Harshavardhan; Ray, Anirban; Bao, Gang; Lagor, William R. (2019)
      Adeno-associated viral (AAV) vectors packaging the CRISPR-Cas9 system (AAV-CRISPR) can efficiently modify disease-relevant genes in somatic tissues with high efficiency. AAV vectors are a preferred delivery vehicle for ...
    • SCHEMA Computational Design of Virus Capsid Chimeras: Calibrating How Genome Packaging, Protection, and Transduction Correlate with Calculated Structural Disruption 

      Ho, Michelle L.; Adler, Benjamin A.; Torre, Michael L.; Silberg, Jonathan J.; Suh, Junghae (2013)
      Adeno-associated virus (AAV) recombination can result in chimeric capsid protein subunits whose ability to assemble into an oligomeric capsid, package a genome, and transduce cells depends on the inheritance of sequence ...
    • Tunable Protease-Activatable Virus Nanonodes 

      Judd, Justin; Ho, Michelle L.; Tiwari, Abhinav; Gomez, Eric J.; Dempsey, Christopher; Vliet, Kim Van; Igoshin, Oleg A.; Silberg, Jonathan J.; Agbandje-McKenna, Mavis; Suh, Junghae (2014)
      We explored the unique signal integration properties of the self-assembling 60-mer protein capsid of adeno-associated virus (AAV), a clinically proven human gene therapy vector, by engineering proteolytic regulation of ...