Books:
Parvoviruses.

REVIEWS:
DDR:
1. The DNA Damage Response: Making It Safe to Play with Knives.
2. The MRN complex.
3. Genomes in Conflict: Maintaining Genome Integrity During Virus Infection.
4. At a crossroads: human DNA tumor viruses and the host DNA damage response.
5. Dynamics of DNA damage response proteins at DNA breaks: a focus on protein modifications.
6. Annaul Review_Viruses and the DNA Damage Response: Activation andAntagonism.

Parvoviruses:
AAV&Parvovrius:
1. Adeno-Associated Virus Biology.
2. Adeno-associated virus: a key to the human genome?
3. The expanding range of parvoviruses which infect humans.
4. The parvovirus capsid odyssey: from the cell surface to the nucleus.
5. Parvoviral Host Range and Cell Entry Mechanisms.
6. Parvovirus DNA replication.
7. Auunal Review_Parvovirus by Peter.
8. Annual Review_AAV by Nick.
Bocavirus:
1. Human bocavirus—the first 5 years.
2. Human bocavirus: still more questions than answers.
B19V:
1. NEJM Review On Parvovirus B19
2. Advances in Human B19 Erythrovirus Biology.
3. Parvovirus B19 infection in human pregnancy
4. Anemia Caused by Viruses.
5. Human parvovirusB19:general considerations and impacton patientswith sickle-cell disease and thalassemia and on blood transfusions.

Cellular (Viral) RNA processing:
1. Epigenetics in Alternative Pre-mRNA Splicing.
2. Mechanisms and Consequences of Alternative Polyadenylation.
3.Balance and Stealth: The Role of Noncoding RNAs in the Regulation of Virus Gene Expression.

Erythropoiesis:
1. From stem cell to red cell: regulation of erythropoiesis at multiple levels by multiple proteins, RNAs and chromatin modifications.

Cell Cycle&Cell Death:
Cell Cycle:
1. Virus manipulation of cell cycle.
2. MCL1 meets its end during mitotic arrest.
Cell death:
1. The BCL-2 Family Reunion. Supplemental Information.

Innate Immunity:
1. Role of Promyelocytic Leukemia Protein in Host Antiviral Defense.
2. Cyclic GMP-AMP is an endogenous second messenger in innate immune signaling by cytosolic DNA.
3.Cellular Sensing of Viral DNA and Viral Evasion Mechanisms.

Human Airway Epithelium (and Virus):
1. Respiratory syncytial virus interaction with human airway epithelium.