Glyn Stanway spends much of his time researching Virology, Genetics, Peptide sequence, Nucleic acid sequence and Picornavirus. His research links Genome with Virology. His Genome research includes elements of Viral disease, Poliomyelitis and Viral replication.
Glyn Stanway usually deals with Peptide sequence and limits it to topics linked to Amino acid and Nucleic acid, Molecular biology and Coxsackievirus. Glyn Stanway works mostly in the field of Picornavirus, limiting it down to topics relating to Sequence analysis and, in certain cases, Genomic organization and Untranslated region, as a part of the same area of interest. The concepts of his Poliovirus study are interwoven with issues in Virus classification, Enterovirus, Point mutation and Microbiology.
His primary areas of investigation include Virology, Genetics, Genome, Enterovirus and Coxsackievirus. In his work, Amino acid is strongly intertwined with Peptide sequence, which is a subfield of Virology. He interconnects RNA, Nucleotide, Complementary DNA, Molecular cloning and Homology in the investigation of issues within Genome.
His Enterovirus study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Restriction enzyme, Serotype, Typing and Restriction fragment length polymorphism. The Coxsackievirus study combines topics in areas such as Tropism, Pathogenesis, Molecular biology and Integrin, RGD motif. His Molecular biology course of study focuses on Nucleic acid and Polymerase chain reaction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Virology, Genome, Genetics, Picornaviridae and Phylogenetics. His Virology research focuses on Rhinovirus and Poliovirus. His work in Genome addresses issues such as RNA, which are connected to fields such as Cell, Genomics, DNA, Comparative genomics and Nucleic acid.
His research related to Human parechovirus and Virus might be considered part of Genetics. Glyn Stanway combines subjects such as Nucleic acid sequence, Parechovirus and Coding region with his study of Human parechovirus. His Phylogenetics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Picornavirus and Genotype.
His main research concerns Genotype, Phylogenetics, Genetics, Genome and Picornaviridae. His Genotype research includes themes of Human parechovirus, Genetic variation, Sequence analysis and Genetic diversity. His research integrates issues of Nucleic acid sequence, Parechovirus and Coding region in his study of Phylogenetics.
His Genome research incorporates elements of Rhinovirus, Enterovirus, Foot-and-mouth disease virus and Microbiology. His Enterovirus study is concerned with Virology in general. Picornaviridae is a subfield of Poliovirus that he tackles.
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Increased neurovirulence associated with a single nucleotide change in a noncoding region of the Sabin type 3 poliovaccine genome
D. M. A. Evans;G. Dunn;P. D. Minor;G. C. Schild.
ICTV Virus Taxonomy Profile: Picornaviridae
R. Zell;E. Delwart;A. E. Gorbalenya;T. Hovi.
Journal of General Virology (2017)
Classification of enteroviruses based on molecular and biological properties.
Timo Hyypia;Tapani Hovi;Nicholas J. Knowles;Glyn Stanway.
Journal of General Virology (1997)
A distinct picornavirus group identified by sequence analysis.
Timo Hyypia;Christine Horsnell;Marita Maaronen;Mahboob Khan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1992)
The complete nucleotide sequence of a common cold virus: human rhinovlrus 14
Glyn Stanway;Pamda J. Hughes;Roger C. Mountford;Philip D. Minor.
Nucleic Acids Research (1984)
Picornavirales, a proposed order of positive-sense single-stranded RNA viruses with a pseudo-T = 3 virion architecture
Olivier Le Gall;Peter Christian;Claude M. Fauquet;Andrew M. Q. King.
Archives of Virology (2008)
Structure, function and evolution of picornaviruses
Journal of General Virology (1990)
Comparison of the complete nucleotide sequences of the genomes of the neurovirulent poliovirus P3/Leon/37 and its attenuated Sabin vaccine derivative P3/Leon 12a1b.
Glyn Stanway;Pamela J. Hughes;Roger C. Mountford;Peter Reeve.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1984)
Location and primary structure of a major antigenic site for poliovirus neutralization.
P. D. Minor;G. C. Schild;J. Bootman;D. M. A. Evans.
Molecular and biological characteristics of echovirus 22, a representative of a new picornavirus group.
G. Stanway;N. Kalkkinen;M. Roivainen;Farideh Ghazi.
Journal of Virology (1994)
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