Jamie B. Huffman

Senior Research Specialist



Fax: 412-624-1401

539 Bridgeside Point II

450 Technology Drive

Pittsburgh, PA 15219


BA in Biology, West Virginia University

Research Lab Affiliation

Areas of Interest

Assembly and DNA Packaging of Herpes simplex virus Type I and Pseudorabies virus


Toropova, K; Huffman, J. B; Homa, F. L; and Conway, J. F. (2011) The herpes simplex virus 1 UL17 protein is the second constituent of the capsid vertex-specific component required for DNA packaging and retention. J Virol. 85: 7513-7522. |  View Abstract

Cockrell, S. K; Huffman, J. B; Toropova, K; Conway, J. F; and Homa, F. L. (2011) Residues of the UL25 protein of herpes simplex virus that are required for its stable interaction with capsids. J Virol. 85: 4875-4887. |  View Abstract

Huffman, J. B; Newcomb, W. W; Brown, J. C; and Homa, F. L. (2008) Amino acids 143-150 of the herpes simplex virus type 1 scaffold protein are required for the formation of portal-containing capsids. J Virol. 82: 6778-6781. |  View Abstract

Waggoner, J. R; Huffman, J; Griffith, B. N; Jones, L. R; and Mahaney, J. E. (2004) Improved expression and characterization of Ca2+-ATPase and phospholamban in High-Five cells. Protein Expr Purif. 34: 56-67. |  View Abstract

Southall, J; Huffman, J; Jones, L; and Mahaney, J. (2001) EPR studies of the cardiac Ca-ATPase expressed in insect cells: effect of phospholamban on Ca-ATPase oligomeric interactions. Biophys. J. 80: 432a. |  

Mahaney, J; Barlow, A; Honaker, B; Huffman, J; and Muchnok, T. (1999) Phospholamban reduces cardiac Ca-ATPase sensitivity to thapsigargin and cyclopiazonic acid. Arch Biochem Biophys. 372: 408-413. |  View Abstract