Her scientific interests lie mostly in Virology, Immunology, Virus, Follicular dendritic cells and Dendritic cell. The Virology study combines topics in areas such as Endocytosis, Cellular differentiation and Glycoprotein. She combines subjects such as Blockade, Microbicide and Cell biology with her study of Immunology.
Her study on Viral entry and Simian immunodeficiency virus is often connected to Macaque and Vaginal microbicide as part of broader study in Virus. Cytotoxic T cell covers Melissa Pope research in Follicular dendritic cells. Dendritic cell is frequently linked to Viral replication in her study.
Melissa Pope mainly investigates Virology, Dendritic cell, Immunology, Virus and T cell. Her work in the fields of Virology, such as Simian immunodeficiency virus, intersects with other areas such as Macaque. As a part of the same scientific study, Melissa Pope usually deals with the Dendritic cell, concentrating on Antigen presentation and frequently concerns with Interleukin 12, Natural killer T cell and IL-2 receptor.
Her studies deal with areas such as CD40 and Cell biology as well as Immunology. Her work on Viral replication, Viral entry and Infectivity as part of general Virus study is frequently linked to Lentivirus, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her T cell research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lymphatic system and Macrophage.
Melissa Pope spends much of her time researching Plasmid, Virology, Electroporation, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Her Plasmid research includes elements of Molecular biology, Red blood cell, Pharmacology and Cell biology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dendritic cell, Immunology, Birbeck granules and CD40.
Melissa Pope undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Dendritic cell and Macaque through her research. Much of her study explores Immunology relationship to Mannose receptor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Simian and Virus in addition to Immunodeficiency.
Plasmid, Electroporation, Hormone, Endocrinology and Internal medicine are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Plasmid study are interwoven with issues in Muscle damage, Vaccination and Cell biology. Her Electroporation research incorporates elements of Immune system, Immunogenicity and Virology.
The various areas that Melissa Pope examines in her Hormone study include Offspring, Adverse effect, Genetic enhancement and Urology. Many of her studies on Endocrinology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as CATS.
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CONJUGATES OF DENDRITIC CELLS AND MEMORY T LYMPHOCYTES FROM SKIN FACILITATE PRODUCTIVE INFECTION WITH HIV-1
M. Pope;M.G.H. Betjes;N. Romani;H. Hirmand.
Prevention of virus transmission to macaque monkeys by a vaginally applied monoclonal antibody to HIV-1 gp120
Ronald S. Veazey;Robin J. Shattock;Melissa Pope;J. Christian Kirijan.
Nature Medicine (2003)
Transmission, acute HIV-1 infection and the quest for strategies to prevent infection
Melissa Pope;Ashley T Haase.
Nature Medicine (2003)
Dendritic cells freshly isolated from human blood express CD4 and mature into typical immunostimulatory dendritic cells after culture in monocyte-conditioned medium.
Una O'Doherty;Ralph M. Steinman;Michael Peng;Paul U. Cameron.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1993)
Exploiting dendritic cells to improve vaccine efficacy
Ralph M. Steinman;Melissa Pope.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (2002)
Immunodeficiency virus uptake, turnover, and 2-phase transfer in human dendritic cells
Stuart G. Turville;John J. Santos;Ines Frank;Paul U. Cameron.
Replication of HIV-1 in dendritic cell-derived syncytia at the mucosal surface of the adenoid.
Sarah S. Frankel;Bruce M. Wenig;Allen P. Burke;Poonam Mannan.
A physiologic function for p-glycoprotein (MDR-1) during the migration of dendritic cells from skin via afferent lymphatic vessels
Gwendalyn J. Randolph;Sylvie Beaulieu;Melissa Pope;Isamu Sugawara.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Rapid infection of oral mucosal-associated lymphoid tissue with simian immunodeficiency virus.
Christiane Stahl-Hennig;Ralph M. Steinman;Klara Tenner-Racz;Melissa Pope.
Low levels of HIV-1 infection in cutaneous dendritic cells promote extensive viral replication upon binding to memory CD4+ T cells.
M Pope;S Gezelter;N Gallo;L Hoffman.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1995)
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