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Virology

 

 

i) Published Research:


Gruia-Gray, J., Petric, M. & S. S. Desser, 1989. Ultrastructural, biochemical, and biological properties of an erythrocytic virus of frogs from Ontario, Canada. In Viruses of Lower Vertebrates (Eds. W. Ahne and E. Kurstak), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. pp. 69-78.


Gruia-Gray, J. & S. S. Desser, 1992. Cytopathological observations and epizootiology of frog erythrocytic virus in bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana). J. Wildl. Dis., 28(1): 34-41. APM Reprint # 5190.


Gruia-Gray, J. & S. S. Desser, 1992. Alteration to the cytoskeleton of erythrocytes infected with frog erythrocytic virus: A fluorescence and electron microscopic study. Biochem. Cell Biol., 70: 123-128. APM Reprint # 5233.


Gruia-Gray, J., Petric, M. & S. S. Desser, 1989. Ultrastructural, biochemical and biophysical properties of an erythrocytic virus of frogs from Ontario, Canada. J. Wildl. Dis., 25(4): 497-506. APM Reprint # 4641.


Gruia-Gray, J., Ringuette, M. & S. S. Desser, 1992. Cytoplasmic localization of the DNA virus frog erythrocytic virus.Intervirology , 33: 159-164. APM Reprint # 5237.

 

ii) Doctoral and Master's Theses:


Gruia-Gray, J., 1986. Studies on an intraerythrocytic icosahedral cytoplasmic deoxyribovirus of frogs from Algonquin Park, Ontario. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, 114 pp. APM Reprint # 4212.


Gruia-Gray, J., 1991. Epizootiology, cytopathology and replication of frog erythrocytic virus. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, 80 pp. APM Reprint # 5105.

 
 

 

 
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