Ming Tan, PhD, Associate Professor
Ming Tan, PhD, Associate Professor
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
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Norovirus and histo-blood group antigens: demonstration of a wide spectrum of strain specificities and classification of two major binding groups among multiple binding patterns
P Huang, T Farkas, W Zhong, M Tan, S Thornton, AL Morrow, X Jiang
Journal of virology 79 (11), 6714-6722, 2005
Structural basis for the recognition of blood group trisaccharides by norovirus
S Cao, Z Lou, M Tan, Y Chen, Y Liu, Z Zhang, XC Zhang, X Jiang, X Li, ...
Journal of virology 81 (11), 5949-5957, 2007
Norovirus and its histo-blood group antigen receptors: an answer to a historical puzzle
M Tan, X Jiang
Trends in microbiology 13 (6), 285-293, 2005
The P domain of norovirus capsid protein forms dimer and binds to histo-blood group antigen receptors
M Tan, RS Hegde, X Jiang
Journal of virology 78 (12), 6233-6242, 2004
Spike protein VP8* of human rotavirus recognizes histo-blood group antigens in a type-specific manner
P Huang, M Xia, M Tan, W Zhong, C Wei, L Wang, A Morrow, X Jiang
Journal of virology 86 (9), 4833-4843, 2012
Mutations within the P2 domain of norovirus capsid affect binding to human histo-blood group antigens: evidence for a binding pocket
M Tan, P Huang, J Meller, W Zhong, T Farkas, X Jiang
Journal of virology 77 (23), 12562-12571, 2003
The p domain of norovirus capsid protein forms a subviral particle that binds to histo-blood group antigen receptors
M Tan, X Jiang
Journal of virology 79 (22), 14017-14030, 2005
Norovirus gastroenteritis, carbohydrate receptors, and animal models
M Tan, X Jiang
PLoS pathogens 6 (8), e1000983, 2010
Structural basis for the receptor binding specificity of Norwalk virus
W Bu, A Mamedova, M Tan, M Xia, X Jiang, RS Hegde
Journal of virology 82 (11), 5340-5347, 2008
Norovirus–host interaction: multi-selections by human histo-blood group antigens
M Tan, X Jiang
Trends in microbiology 19 (8), 382-388, 2011
Rotavirus VP8*: phylogeny, host range, and interaction with histo-blood group antigens
Y Liu, P Huang, M Tan, Y Liu, J Biesiada, J Meller, AA Castello, B Jiang, ...
Journal of virology 86 (18), 9899-9910, 2012
Noroviral P particle: structure, function and applications in virus–host interaction
M Tan, P Fang, T Chachiyo, M Xia, P Huang, Z Fang, W Jiang, X Jiang
Virology 382 (1), 115-123, 2008
Norovirus P particle, a novel platform for vaccine development and antibody production
M Tan, P Huang, M Xia, PA Fang, W Zhong, M McNeal, C Wei, W Jiang, ...
Journal of virology 85 (2), 753-764, 2011
Histo-blood group antigens: a common niche for norovirus and rotavirus
M Tan, X Jiang
Expert reviews in molecular medicine 16, 2014
Conservation of carbohydrate binding interfaces—evidence of human HBGA selection in norovirus evolution
M Tan, M Xia, Y Chen, W Bu, RS Hegde, J Meller, X Li, X Jiang
PloS one 4 (4), e5058, 2009
Outbreak studies of a GII‐3 and a GII‐4 norovirus revealed an association between HBGA phenotypes and viral infection
M Tan, M Jin, H Xie, Z Duan, X Jiang, Z Fang
Journal of medical virology 80 (7), 1296-1301, 2008
Norovirus–host interaction: implications for disease control and prevention
M Tan, X Jiang
Expert reviews in molecular medicine 9 (19), 1-22, 2007
Crystallography of a Lewis-binding norovirus, elucidation of strain-specificity to the polymorphic human histo-blood group antigens
Y Chen, M Tan, M Xia, N Hao, XC Zhang, P Huang, X Jiang, X Li, Z Rao
PLoS pathogens 7 (7), e1002152, 2011
Human milk contains elements that block binding of noroviruses to human histo—blood group antigens in saliva
X Jiang, P Huang, W Zhong, M Tan, T Farkas, AL Morrow, DS Newburg, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 190 (10), 1850-1859, 2004
Elucidation of strain-specific interaction of a GII-4 norovirus with HBGA receptors by site-directed mutagenesis study
M Tan, M Xia, S Cao, P Huang, T Farkas, J Meller, RS Hegde, X Li, Z Rao, ...
Virology 379 (2), 324-334, 2008
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