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Anna Sloutskin

Education

M.S. in Life Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Israel, 2013

Current position

Ph.D. in 
Life Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Israel (2013-present)

Publications

  1. Zehavi, Y., Sloutskin, A., Kuznetsov, O. and Juven-Gershon, T. (2014). The core promoter composition establishes a new dimension in developmental gene networks. Nucleus 5(4).
  2. Sloutskin, A. and Goldstein, R. S. (2014). Laboratory preparation of Varicella-Zoster Virus: concentration of virus-containing supernatant, use of a debris fraction and magnetofection for consistent cell-free VZV infections. J Virol Methods 206: 128-132.
  3. Sloutskin, A., Yee, M. B., Kinchington, P. R. and Goldstein, R. S. (2014). Varicella-zoster virus and herpes simplex virus 1 can infect and replicate in the same neurons whether co- or superinfected. J Virol 88(9): 5079-5086.
  4. Sloutskin, A., Kinchington, P. R. and Goldstein, R. S. (2013). Productive vs non-productive infection by cell-free varicella zoster virus of human neurons derived from embryonic stem cells is dependent upon infectious viral dose. Virology 443(2): 285-293.
  5. Dukhovny, A., Sloutskin, A., Markus, A., Yee, M. B., Kinchington, P. R. and Goldstein, R. S. (2012). Varicella-zoster virus infects human embryonic stem cell-derived neurons and neurospheres but not pluripotent embryonic stem cells or early progenitors. J Virol 86(6): 3211-3218.
  6. Markus, A., Grigoryan, S., Sloutskin, A., Yee, M. B., Zhu, H., Yang, I. H., Thakor, N. V., Sarid, R., Kinchington, P. R. and Goldstein, R. S. (2011). Varicella-zoster virus (VZV) infection of neurons derived from human embryonic stem cells: direct demonstration of axonal infection, transport of VZV, and productive neuronal infection. J Virol 85(13): 6220-6233.
Protocols by Anna Sloutskin
  1. Infectious Focus Assays and Multiplicity of Infection (MOI) Calculations for Alpha-herpesviruses