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William Jackson

Education

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, CA, 1999

Current positon

Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals Articles/Original Papers

  1. Richards, A. L. and Jackson, W. T. (2012). Intracellular vesicle acidification promotes maturation of infectious poliovirus particles. PLoS Pathog 8(11): e1003046.
  2. Klein, K. A. and Jackson, W. T. (2011). Human rhinovirus 2 induces the autophagic pathway and replicates more efficiently in autophagic cells. J Virol 85(18): 9651-9654.
  3. O'Donnell, V., Pacheco, J. M., LaRocco, M., Burrage, T., Jackson, W., Rodriguez, L. L., Borca, M. V. and Baxt, B. (2011). Foot-and-mouth disease virus utilizes an autophagic pathway during viral replication. Virology 410(1): 142-150.
  4. Quiner, C. A. and Jackson, W. T. (2010). Fragmentation of the Golgi apparatus provides replication membranes for human rhinovirus 1A. Virology 407(2): 185-195.
  5. Parameswaran, P., Sklan, E., Wilkins, C., Burgon, T., Samuel, M. A., Lu, R., Ansel, K. M., Heissmeyer, V., Einav, S. and Jackson, W. (2010). Six RNA viruses and forty-one hosts: viral small RNAs and modulation of small RNA repertoires in vertebrate and invertebrate systems. PLoS pathogens 6(2): e1000764.
  6. Taylor, M. P., Burgon, T. B., Kirkegaard, K. and Jackson, W. T. (2009). Role of microtubules in extracellular release of poliovirus. J Virol 83(13): 6599-6609.
  7. Jackson, W. T. and Martin, G. S. (2006). Transcription of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe gene cdc18+: roles of MCB elements and the DSC1 complex. Gene 369: 100-108.
  8. Jackson, W. T., Giddings, T. H., Jr., Taylor, M. P., Mulinyawe, S., Rabinovitch, M., Kopito, R. R. and Kirkegaard, K. (2005). Subversion of cellular autophagosomal machinery by RNA viruses. PLoS Biol 3(5): e156.

Peer-reviewed Books and Chapters

  1. Jackson, W. T. and Swanson, M. editors. “Autophagy, Infection, and The Immune Response.” Wiley-Blackwell. Anticipated publication 1st quarter 2014.
  2. Richards, A. L. and Jackson, W. T. (2013). How Positive-Strand RNA Viruses Benefit from Autophagosome Maturation. J Virol. [Epub ahead of print]
  3. Richards, A. L. and Jackson, W. T. (2013). Behind closed membranes: the secret lives of picornaviruses? PLoS Pathog 9(5): e1003262.
  4. Richards, A. L. and Jackson, W. T. (2013). That which does not degrade you makes you stronger: infectivity of poliovirus depends on vesicle acidification. Autophagy 9(5): 806-807.
  5. Klionsky, D. et al. Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy. Autophagy 8(4): 445-544.
  6. Klein, K. A. and Jackson, W. T. (2011). Picornavirus subversion of the autophagy pathway. Viruses 3(9): 1549-1561.
  7. Klionsky, D. et al. Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy in higher eukaryotes. Autophagy 4(2): 151-175.
  8. Taylor, M. P. and Jackson, W. T. (2009). Viruses and arrested autophagosome development. Autophagy 5(6): 870-871.
  9. Kirkegaard, K. and Jackson, W. T. (2005). Topology of double-membraned vesicles and the opportunity for non-lytic release of cytoplasm. Autophagy 1(3): 182-184.
  10. Kirkegaard, K., Taylor, M. P. and Jackson, W. T. (2004). Cellular autophagy: surrender, avoidance and subversion by microorganisms. Nat Rev Microbiol 2(4): 301-314.
Protocols by William Jackson
  1. Isolation of Radiolabeled Poliovirus Particles from H1 HeLa Cells