A few recent publications
1. Kharkwal H., Shanda Furgiuele S., Smith C.G. and Wilson D.W. (2015). Herpes simplex virus capsid-organelle association in the absence of the large tegument protein UL36p. J. Virology 89, 11372-11382
2. Kharkwal H., Smith C.G. and Wilson D.W. (2016). Herpes simplex virus capsid localization to ESCRT-VPS4 complexes in the presence and absence of the large tegument protein UL36p. J. Virology 90, 7257-7267
3. Smith C.G., Kharkwal H. and Wilson D.W. (2017). Expression and subcellular localization of the KSHV K15P protein during latency and lytic reactivation in primary effusion lymphoma cells. J. Virology 91, e01370-17
4. Barnes J. and Wilson D.W. (2020). The ESCRT-II subunit Vps25 and the Bro1 domain proteins HD-PTP and BROX are individually dispensable for HSV-1 replication. J. Virology 94, (4) e01641-19
5. Diwaker D., Murray J., Barnes J., Wolkoff A. and Wilson D.W. (2020). Deletion of the Pseudorabies Virus gE/gI-US9p complex disrupts kinesin KIF1A and KIF5C recruitment during egress, and alters the properties of microtubule-dependent transport in vitro. PLOS Pathogens https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1008597
a. Barnes J. and Wilson D.W. (2019). Seeking closure: How do herpes viruses recruit the cellular ESCRT apparatus? J. Virology 93:e00392-19.
b. Diwaker D. and Wilson D.W. (2019). Microtubule-dependent trafficking of alphaherpesviruses in the nervous system: the ins and outs. Viruses 11, 1165; https://doi.org/10.3390/v11121165
c. Ahmad I. and Wilson D.W. (2020). Cytoplasmic envelopment and trafficking of HSV-1. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21, 5969; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms21175969
d. Wilson D.W. (2021). Motor Skills: Kinesin and dynein recruitment by neurotropic herpesviruses. Viruses. Invited review in preparation.