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  • Correlation between recombination junctions and RNA secondary structure elements in poliovirus Sabin strains 

    Dedepsidis, E.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Pliaka, V.; Markoulatos, P. (2010)
    In order to test the hypothesis that RNA structural elements promote the distribution of certain types of recombination junctions in each one of the 2C and 3D poliovirus genomic regions (Sabin 3/Sabin 2 or Sabin 1 in 2C ...
  • Detection of unusual mutation within the VP1 region of different re-isolates of poliovirus Sabin vaccine 

    Dedepsidis, E.; Karakasiliotis, I.; Paximadi, E.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Komiotis, D.; Markoulatos, P. (2006)
    In the present study, a genomic analysis of full VP1 sequence region of 15 clinical re-isolates (14 healthy vaccinees and one bone marrow tumor patient) was conducted, aiming to the identification of mutations and to the ...
  • Enteroviral infection in Greek AIDS patients 

    Papaventsis, D.; Markoulatos, P.; Mangafas, N.; Lazanas, M.; Levidiotou-Stefanou, S. (2004)
    Objective: Prolonged intestinal replication of polioviruses has not previously been studied in Greek AIDS patients. The objective of our study was to estimate the prevalence of enteroviral infections in this population. ...
  • Vaccine derived bi- and multi-recombinant Sabin strains 

    Paximadi, E.; Karakasiliotis, I.; Bolanaki, E.; Krikelis, A.; Markoulatos, P. (2007)
    A retrospective analysis of five Sabin intertypic recombinant strains, isolated from human feacal specimens during the time period 1978-1985 in Greece, was performed by RT-PCR, Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism ...