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Selected Publications

  1. Ma, Y., Duan, Y., Wei, Y., Liang, X., Niewiesk, S., Oglesbee, M., Li, J. (2014). Heat shock protein 70 enhances mucosal immunity against norovirus when co-expressed from a vesicular stomatitis viral vector. Journal of Virology 88(9):5122-37.
  2. Kim, M.Y., Ma, Y., Zhang, Y., Li, J., Shu, Y., Oglesbee, M. (2013). Hsp70-dependent antiviral immunity against cytopathic neuronal infection by vesicular stomatitis virus. Journal of Virology 87(19):10668-10678.
  3. Kim, M.Y., Shu, Y., Carsillo, T., Zhang, J., Yu, L., Peterson, C., Longhi, S., Girod, S., Niewiesk, S., Oglesbee, M. (2013). Hsp70 and a novel axis of type I interferon dependent antiviral immunity in the measels virus-infected brain. Journal of Virology 87(2):998.
  4. Shu, Y., Habchi, J., Costanzo, S., Padilla, A., Brunel, J., Gerlier, D., *Oglesbee, M., *Longhi, S. (2012). Plasticity in structural and functional interactions between the phosphoprotein and nucleoprotein of measles virus. Journal of Biological Chemistry (in press). * co-senior authors
  5. Moore, S., Kim, M.Y., Maiolini, A., Tipold, A., Oglesbee, M. (2012). Extracellular hsp70 release in canine steroid responsive meningitis-arteritis. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 145(1-2):129-33.
  6. Kim, D., Huey, D., Oglesbee, M., Niewiesk, S. (2011). Insights into the regulatory mechanism controlling the inhibition of vaccine-induced seroconversion by maternal antibodies. Blood 117(23):6143-51.
  7. Oglesbee, M., Niewiesk, S. (2011). Measles virus neurovirulence and host immunity. Future Virology 6(1):85-99
  8. Longhi, S., Oglesbee, M. (2010). Structural disorder within the measles virus nucleoprotein and phosphoprotein. Protein and Peptide Letters 17(8):961-78.
  9. Couturier, M., Buccellato, M., Costanzo, S., Bourhis, J.M., Shu, Y., Nicaise, M., Desmadrill, M., Flaudrops, C., Longhi, S., Oglesbee, M. (2010). High affinity binding between hsp70 and the C-terminal domain of the measles virus nucleoprotein requires an hsp40 co-chaperone. Journal of Molecular Recognition 23(3):301-15.
  10. Carsillo, T., Carsillo, M., Traylor, Z., Rajala-Schultz, P., Popovich, P., Niewiesk, S., Oglesbee, M. (2009). Major histocompatibility complex haplotype determines hsp70-dependent protection against measles virus neurovirulence. Journal of Virology 83(11):5544-5555.
  11. Awad, H., Suntres, Z., Heijmans, J., Smeak, D., Bergdall-Costell, V., Cristofi, F.L., Magro, C., Oglesbee, M. (2008). Intracellular and extracellular expression of the major inducible 70 kDa heat shock protein in experimental ischemia-reperfusion injury of the spinal cord. Experimental Neurology 212:275-284.
  12. Carsillo, T., Traylor, Z., Choi, C., Niewiesk, S., Oglesbee, M. (2006). Hsp72, a host determinant of measles virus neurovirulence. Journal of Virology 80(22):11031-11039.
  13. Carsillo, T., Zhang, X., Vasconcelos, D., Niewiesk, S., Oglesbee, M. (2006). A single codon in the nucleocapsid protein C-terminus contributes to in vitro and in vivo fitness of Edmonston measles virus. Journal of Virology 80(6): 2904-2912.
  14. Oglesbee, M.J., Herdman, A.V., Passmore, G.G., Hoffman, W.H. (2005). Diabetic ketoacidosis increases extracellular levels of the major inducible 70 kDa heat shock protein. Clinical Biochemistry 38(10):900-4.
  15. Zhang, X., Bhouris, J.-M., Longhi, S., Carsillo, T., Buccellato, M., Morin, B., Canard, B., Oglesbee, M. (2005). Hsp72 recognizes a P binding motif in the measles virus N protein C-terminus. Virology 337:162-174.
  16. Carsillo, T., Carsillo, M., Niewiesk, S., Vasconcelos, D., Oglesbee, M. (2004). Hyperthermic pre-conditioning promotes measles virus clearance from brain in a mouse model of persistent infection. Brain Research 1004:73-82.
  17. Zhang, X., Oglesbee, M. (2003). Use of surface plasmon resonance for the measurement of low affinity binding interactions between hsp72 and the measles virus nucleocapsid protein. Biological Procedures Online 5(1):170-181.
  18. Zhang, X., Glendening, C., Linke, H., Parks, C.L., Brooks, C., Udem, S.A., Oglesbee, M. (2002). Identification and characterization of a regulatory domain on the carboxyl terminus of the measles virus nucleocapsid protein. Journal of Virology 76(17):8737-8746.
  19. Oglesbee, M.J., Alldinger, S., Vasconcelos, D., Diehl, K., Shinko, P., Baumgärtner, W., Tallman, R., Podell, M. (2002). Intrinsic thermal resistance of the canine brain. Neuroscience 113(1):55-64.
  20. Diehl, K.A., Crawford, E., Shinko, P.D., Tallman, R.D., Oglesbee, M.J. (2000). Alterations in hemostasis associated with hyperthermia in a canine model. American Journal of Hematology 64(4):262-270.
  21. Oglesbee, M.J., Diehl, K., Crawford, E., Kearns, R., and Krakowka, S.(1999). Whole body hyperthermia: effects upon canine immune and hemostatic functions. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 69:185-199.
  22. Kearns, R.J., Ringler, S., Krakowka, S., Tallman, R. Sites, J., Oglesbee, M.J. (1999). The effects of extracorporeal whole body hyperthermia on the functional and phenotypic features of canine peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Clinical and Experimental Immunology 116:188-192.
  23. Vasconcelos, D., Cai, X.H., Oglesbee, M.J. (1998). Constitutive over-expression of the major inducible 70 kDa heat shock protein mediates large plaque formation by measles virus. Journal of General Virology 79:2239-2247.
  24. Heller, M., Vasconcelos, D., Cummins, J., Oglesbee, M. (1998). Interferon-α inhibits the emergence of cellular stress response-dependent morbillivirus large plaque variants. Antiviral Research 38:195-207.
  25. Vasconcelos, D., Norrby, E., Oglesbee, M. (1998). The cellular stress response increases measles virus-induced cytopathic effect. Journal of General Virology 79:1769-1773.
  26. Liu, Z., Huntley, C.C., De, B.P., Das, T., Banerjee, A.K., Oglesbee, M. (1997). Phosphorylation of canine distemper virus P protein by protein kinase C-ζ and casein kinase II. Virology 232(1): 198-206.
  27. Andrews, J., Newbound, G., Oglesbee, M., Brady, J., Lairmore, M. (1997). The cellular stress response enhances HTLV-1 basal gene expression through the basal core promoter of the long terminal repeat. Journal of Virology 71(1): 741-745.
  28. Oglesbee, M.J., Liu, Z., Kenney, H., Brooks, C. (1996). The highly inducible member of heat shock proteins increases canine distemper virus polymerase activity. Journal of General Virology 77:2125-2135.
  29. Andrews, J., Oglesbee, M., Trevino, A., Guyot, D., Newbound, G., Lairmore, M. (1995). Enhanced human T cell lymphotrophic virus type I expression following induction of the cellular stress response. Virology 208:816-820.
  30. Oglesbee, M., and Krakowka, S. (1993). The cellular stress response induces selective intranuclear trafficking and accumulation of morbillivirus major core protein. Laboratory Investigation 68(1):109-117.
  31. Oglesbee, M., Kenney, H., Kenney, T., and Krakowka, S. (1993). Enhanced production of morbillivirus gene-specific RNAs following induction of the cellular stress response in stable persistent infection. Virology 192:556-567.
  32. Oglesbee, M. (1992). Intranuclear inclusions in paramyxovirus-induced encephalitis: evidence for altered nuclear body differentiation. Acta Neuropathologica 84:407-415.
  33. Oglesbee, M., Ringler, S., and Krakowka, S. (1990). Interaction of canine distemper virus nucleocapsid variants with 70k heat shock proteins. Journal of General Virology 71:1585-1590.
  34. Oglesbee, M., Tatalick, L., Rice, J., and Krakowka, S. (1989). Isolation and characterization of canine distemper virus nucleocapsid variants. Journal of General Virology 70:2409-2419.

Book Chapters

  1. Oglesbee, M. (2007). Nucleocapsid Interactions with the major inducible 70 kDa heat shock protein. In: Longhi, S. (Editor), Measles Virus Nucleoprotein. Nova Scientific Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge NY.
  2. Buccellato, M., Carsillo, T., Oglesbee, M. (2007). Heat shock protein expression in brain: a protective role spanning intrinsic thermal resistance to host defense against neurotropic viruses. In: Sharma, H. (Editor), Progress in brain Research, Volume 162, Neurobiology of Hyperthermia, Elsevier.