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Wooley, D., Golshani, F., & Shingledecker, C. (2007). Information accrual for early detection of disasters and recovery planning, Signal Processing Application for Public Security and Forensics (pp. 1-5). Washington, DC: IEEE. [ABSTRACT]

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Wooley, D. P., & Huang, K. J. (2007). Retroviral vector and cell-based assay for measuring the mutation rate of retroviruses employing same. USA: Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Patent Pending (Publication No. US-2007-0042352-A1). [ABSTRACT]

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Marathe, J. G., & Wooley, D. P. (2007). Is gene therapy a good therapeutic approach for HIV-positive patients? Genet. Vaccines and Ther. 5(1), 5. [ABSTRACT]

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Huang, K. J., & Wooley, D. P. (2005). A new cell-based assay for measuring the forward mutation rate of HIV-1. J. Virol. Methods, 124(1-2), 95-104. [ABSTRACT]

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Taylor, R. J., Schols, D., & Wooley, D. P. (2004). Restricted Entry of R5 HIV Type 1 Strains into Eosinophilic Cells. AIDS Res. Hum. Retrov. 20(11), 1244-1253. [ABSTRACT]

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Ponferrada, V. G., Mauck, B. S., & Wooley, D. P. (2003). The envelope glycoprotein of human endogenous retrovirus HERV-W induces cellular resistance to spleen necrosis virus. Arch. Virol., 148(4), 659-675. [ABSTRACT]

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Huang, K. J., Alter, G. M., & Wooley, D. P. (2002). The reverse transcriptase sequence of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 is under positive evolutionary selection in the brain. J. NeuroVirol. 8(4), 281-296. [ABSTRACT]

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Bircher, L. A., Rigano, J. C., Ponferrada, V. G., & Wooley, D. P. (2002). High fidelity of homologous retroviral recombination in cell culture. Arch. Virol., 147(9), 1665-1683. [ABSTRACT]

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