Monica J. Roth, PhD, Rutgers University

Monica J. Roth, PhD
Monica J. Roth, PhD

Dr. Roth's lab studies three stages of the retroviral life-cycle: entry, replication and integration. Retroviruses are RNA viruses capable of inducing various diseases including cancers and immunodeficiencies. The focus of their research is to study three stages in the infectious retroviral life cycle. These include the entry, replication and integration of the virus.



  1. Roth MJ. Mutational analysis of the carboxyl terminus of the Moloney murine leukemia virus integration protein. J Virol. 1991 Apr;65(4):2141-5.
  2. Aiyer S, Swapna GV, Malani N, Aramini JM, Schneider WM, Plumb MR, Ghanem M, Larue RC, Sharma A, Studamire B, Kvaratskhelia M, Bushman FD, Montelione GT, Roth MJ. NLS-dependent nuclear localization of p120ctn is necessary to relieve Kaiso-mediated transcriptional repression. (2004) J. Cell Sci. 117: 2675-2686