Ryan Langlois

Ryan A. Langlois, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
University of Minnesota, 2010, Ph.D.
612-625-3633 – office
612-625-1506 – lab

Langlois Lab Website
Facullty Website



Heaton, N.S., Langlois R., Sachs, D., Lim, J., Palese, P., and B.R. tenOever. Long-term survival of influenza virus infected club cells drives immunopathology. Journal of Experimental Medicine. 2014, 211(9):1707-14 PMID 25135297  Download

Backes, S., Langlois, R., Schmid, S., Varble, A, Shim, J.V., Sachs, D., and B.R. tenOever. The mammalian response to virus infection is independent of small RNA silencing. Cell Reports. 2014 (14)1-9 PMID: 249536 Download

Langlois, R.A, Albrecht, R., Kimble, B., Sutton, T., Shapiro, J., Finch, C., Angel, M., Chua, M.A. Gonzalez-Reiche, A., Xu, K., Perez, D., García-Sastre, A. and B.R. tenOever. Molecular risk mitigation of gain-of-function studies with influenza viruses. Nature Biotechnology. 2013, Aug, 31, 844-847. PMID: 23934176 Download

Chua, M.A., Schmid, S., Perez, J.T., Langlois, R.A. and B.R. tenOever. Influenza A Virus Utilizes Suboptimal Splicing to Coordinate the Timing of Infection. Cell Reports. 2013, 3(1) 23-39. PMID: 23333274  Download

Langlois, R.A., Varble, A., Chua, M.A., García-Sastre, A. and B. R. tenOever. Hematopoietic-specific targeting of influenza A virus reveals replication requirements for induction of antiviral immune response. PNAS. 2012, Jul;109(30): 1338-46. PMID: 22778433  Download

Shapiro, J.S., Langlois, R.A., Pham, A.M. and B. R. tenOever. Evidence for a cytoplasmic microprocessor of pri-miRNAs. RNA. 2012, Jul;18(7): 1338-46. PMID: 22635403  Download

Pham, A.M., Langlois, R.A. and B. R. tenOever. Replication in cells of hematopoietic origin is necessary for dengue virus dissemination. PLoS Path. 2012, Jan;8(1). PMID: 22241991 Download

Langlois, R.A., Shapiro, J.S., Pham, A.M. and B. R. tenOever. in vivo delivery of cytoplasmic RNA virus-derived miRNAs. Mol. Ther. 2011, Nov. 15,(20)(2):367-75. PMID: 22086233  Download