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Class of 1996
Name
Pires de Miranda, Marta
E-Mail
mmiranda@fm.ul.pt
1st Degree
Plant and Applied Bology
University (Master Degree)
University of Lisbon
About the PhD
Field of Research
Molecular Virology
Thesis Title
Studies on the vaccinia virus C2L protein: a member of the kelch family of proteins
Supervisor(s)
Prof. Geoffey L Smith
University
University of Oxford
Laboratory
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford and Department of Virology, Imperial College, London
City
Oxford
Country
UK
Date of Thesis Defence
2002-06-19
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
post-doc
Project
Molecular function of gammaherpesvirus proteins involved in the modulation of host signalling pathways
Institution
Instituto de Medicina Molecular
City
Lisbon
Country
Portugal

Publications
Pires de Miranda, M., Alenquer M., Marques, S., Rodrigues, L., Lopes, Bustelo, X.R., Simas, J.P. (2008) The gammaherpesvirus M2 protein manipulates the Fyn/Vav pathway through a multidocking mechanism of assembly. PLoS ONE 3(2): e1654 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001654.
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Pires de Miranda, M. , Carmo Gomes, M., Rebelo de Andrade, H. (2007) Seroprevalence of antibodies to poliovirus in individuals living in Portugal, 2002. EuroSurveillance;12 (6) 12(6)
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Rodrigues, L., Pires de Miranda, M. , Caloca, M.J., Bustelo, X.R., Simas, J.P. (2006) Activation of Vav by the gammaherpesvirus M2 protein contributes to the establishment of viral latency in B lymphocytes. Journal of Virology, 80:6123-6136.
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Pires de Miranda, M. , Reading, P.C., Tscharke, D.C., Murphy, B.J., Smith, G.L. (2003). The vaccinia virus kelch-like protein C2L affects calcium-independent adhesion to the extracellular matrix and inflammation in a murine intradermal model. Journal of General Virology 84:2459-2471
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