Ling Jin

Ling Jin, Ph.D.  Professor of Virology

My main research interest is on host-virus interaction, specifically herpesvirus and host interaction during latency and reactivation.  I am interested in understanding the common mechanisms of latency and reactivation among human and animal herpesviruses.  Another research interest of my lab is to diagnose and characterize new emergent viruses. In addition, I am also interested in researches on anti-viral drugs or chemicals to prevent virus infection, specifically chemicals that can block virus entry or drugs that can prevent virus replication.

List of relevant publications:

  1. Ling Jin, Wendy Black, and Teresa Sawyer. 2020.Rhamnolipid is biological safe antiviral agents against enveloped viruses. manuscript
  2. Kathleen Eide, Megan Moerdyk-Schauwecker, David A. Stein, Rob Bildfell, David M. Koelle, and Ling Jin. 2010. Reduction of HSV-2 replication in cell cultures and in rodent models with peptide-conjugated morpholino oligomers targeting ICP27 and ICP0. Antivir Ther. 15:1141-1149
  3. Megan Moerdyk-Schauwecker, David A. Stein, Kathleen Eide, Robert E. Blouch, Rob Bildfell, Pat Iverson, and Ling Jin. 2009. Inhibition of HSV-1 ocular infections with morpholino oligomers targeting ICP0 or ICP27. Antiviral Res. 84:131-141.
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