Nina F Rose PhD
Associate Research Scientist in Pathology
Extensive Research Description
Current Research: AIDS vaccine vector developments
- Ramsburg, E., Rose, N.F., Marx, P.A, Mefford, M., Nixon, D.F., Moretto, W.J., Montefiori, D., Earl, P.A., Moss, B, and Rose, J.K. 2004. Highly effective control of an AIDS virus challenge in macaques using VSV and MVA vectors in a single-boost protocol. J. Virol. 78:3930-3940.
- Rose, N. F., P. A. Marx, A. Luckay, D. F. Nixon, W. J. Moretto, S. M. Donahoe, D. Montefiori, A. Roberts, L. Buonocore, and J. K. Rose. 2001. An effective aids vaccine based on live attenuated vesicular stomatitis virus recombinants. Cell. 106:539-549.
- Rose, N.F., Roberts, A., Buonocore, L., and Rose, J.K. Glycoprotein exchange vectors based on vesicular stomatitis virus allow effective boosting and generation of neutralizing antibodies to a primary isolate of human immunodeficiency virus type 1. J. Virol. 74:23, 10903-10 (2000).