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Dr. Sven Enterlein - PhD MSc
I have always liked to use MS Office products to create all kinds of private and work-related documents. I enjoyed following the evolution of these programs and think they are really improving. Almost every day at my job (I am a trained molecular virologist) I am approached to help solve Excel or Word questions. Helping others makes me feel good and useful!
Masters of Science: University of Leeds, Leeds, UK; ; School of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Thesis title: "Studies on a Selectable Reporter for Hepatitis C Virus Internal Ribosome Entry Site Function"
PhD: Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Germany; Medical faculty; Thesis title: "Untersuchungen zur Replikation und Transkription von Marburg- und Ebolavirus"
CorelGraphics Suite: Since version 4... I think we're at 15 (X5) now and with a new version every year you do the maths! Back in the days I tried to use it for our school "newspaper" along with QuarkXPress. Created numerous greeting cards, graphics for scientific publications, and many graphics for my theses and websites.
Microsoft Word: Started using it in Windows 3.1. Can't even remember what version it used to be! I only seriously started using Microsoft Word in college in the late 90s. I used the program to write my MSc and PhD theses, create templates for job applications (merge mail in combination with an Excel sheet for addresses), official letters and faxes, and more elaborate templates such as professionally looking forms and Standard Operating Procedures. Some of them are linked to an Access database.
Microsoft Excel: Same as Microsoft Word. I also tried Quattro Pro but I never used it seriously. I used Excel for every-day calculations such as room measurements, budgeting, keeping track of gas mileage, etc. At my job Excel is used to analyze graph results using standardized templates, lots of formatting tweaks, and automated calculations. One of my favorites was a very basic inventory for Select Agents.
Microsoft Access: When I started with my current company I developed an Access database for ordering and employee management. It has been modified since but is still in use to date!
MediaMonkey: OK, not really a productive office package but the best software for MP3 (and other audio formats) files. I am using it to manage gigabytes of music. My wife always complains that I spend so much time with it but it is the best if you are a perfectionist!
- "Identification of essential filovirion-associated host factors by serial proteomic analysis and RNAi screen", Spurgers KB et al, Mol Cell Proteomics. 2010 Aug 11; PMID: 20702783;
- "Antiviral activity of a small-molecule inhibitor of filovirus infection", Warren TK et al., Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2010 May;54(5):2152-9. PMID: 20211898;
- The Ebola Virus Genomic Replication promoter is Bipartite and Follows the Rule of Six", Weik*, Enterlein* et al., J Virol, 79(16):10660-71; PMID: 16051858;
- A reconstituted replication and transcription system for Ebola virus Reston and comparison with Ebola virus Zaire", Boehmann, Enterlein, et al., Virology, 332(1):406-17; PMID: 15661171;
- Rescue of recombinant Marburg virus from cDNA is dependent on nucleocapsid protein VP30", Enterlein et al., J Virol, 80(2):1038-43; PMID: 16379005; PMID: 16379005;
- VP35 knockdown inhibits ebolavirus amplification and protects against lethal infection in mice", Enterlein*, Warfield* et al., Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.,50(3):984-93; PMID: 16495261;
- Two key residues in EphrinB3 are critical for its use as an alternative receptor for Nipah virus", Negrete et al., PLoS Pathog, 2(2):e7; PMID: 16477309;
- Establishment and characterization of plasmid-driven minigenome rescue systems for Nipah virus: RNA Polymerase I- and T7-catalyzed generation of functional paramyxoviral RNA", Freiberg, …, Enterlein, and Flick, Virology. 2008, Jan 5;370(1):33-44; PMID: 17904180;
- The marburg virus 3' noncoding region structurally and functionally differs from that of ebola virus.", Enterlein et al., J Virol. 2009 May;83(9):4508-19; PMID: 19225002;
- Development of a broad-spectrum antiviral with activity against Ebola virus.", Aman et al., Antiviral Res. 2009 Sep;83(3):245-51; PMID: 19523489.