Key publications

  • Goldhill, te Velthuis, et al | The mechanism of resistance to favipiravir in influenza. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (2018) Pubmed PDF
  • te Velthuis et al | Mini viral RNAs act as innate immune agonists during influenza virus infection. Nature Microbiology (2018) BioRxiv PDF
  • te Velthuis, Long & Barclay | Assays to Measure the Activity of Influenza Virus Polymerase. Methods in Mol Biol (2018) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis & Oymans | Initiation, elongation and realignment during influenza A virus mRNA synthesis. Journal of Virology (2017) Pubmed PDF
  • Oymans & te Velthuis | A mechanism for prime-realignment during influenza A virus replication. Journal of Virology (2017) Pubmed PDF
  • te Velthuis & Fodor | Influenza virus RNA polymerase: insights into the mechanisms of viral RNA synthesis. Nature Reviews Microbiology (2016) Pubmed
  • Robb, te Velthuis, Wieneke, Tampe, Cordes, Fodor & Kapanidis | Single-molecule FRET reveals the pre-initiation and initiation conformations of influenza virus promoter RNA. Nucleic Acids Research (2016) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis, Robb, Kapanidis & Fodor | The role of the priming loop in influenza A virus RNA synthesis. Nature Microbiology (2016) Pubmed PDF
  • te Velthuis | Common and unique features of viral RNA polymerases. Cell Moll Life Sci (2014) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis, Turrell, Vreede & Fodor | Uncoupling of influenza A virus transcription and replication through mutation of the unpaired adenosine in the viral RNA promoter. Journal of Virology (2013) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis, Kerssemakers, Lipfert & Dekker | Quantitative guidelines for force calibration through spectral analysis of magnetic tweezer data. Biophysical Journal (2010) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis, van den Worm, Sims, Baric, Snijder & van Hemert | Zn2+ inhibits coronavirus and arterivirus RNA polymerase activity in vitro and zinc ionophores block the replication of these viruses in cell culture. Plos Pathogens (2010) Pubmed
  • te Velthuis, Arnold, Cameron, van den Worm & Snijder | The RNA polymerase activity of SARS-coronavirus nsp12 is primer dependent. Nucleic Acids Research (2009) Pubmed

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