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Jan-1998A Lethal Role For Lipid A In Salmonella InfectionsKhan, SJ; Everest, P; Servos, S; Foxwell, N; Zahringer, U; Brade, H; Rietschel, E; Dougan, G; Charles, IG; Maskell, D
Jan-2002Pdz Domains Facilitate Binding Of High Temperature Requirement Protease A (Htra) And Tail-Specific Protease (Tsp) To Heterologous Substrates Through Recognition Of The Small Stable Rna A (Ssra)-Encoded PeptideSpiers, A; Lamb, H; Cocklin, S; Wheeler, K; Budworth, J; Dodds, A; Pallen, M; Maskell, D; Charles, IG; Hawkins, A
1-Aug-2011Salmonella bongori provides insights into the evolution of the salmonellaeFookes, M; Schroeder, GN; Langridge, GC; Blondel, CJ; Mammina, C; Connor, TR; Seth-Smith, H; Vernikos, GS; Robinson, KS; Sanders, M; Petty, NK; Kingsley, RA; Bäumler, AJ; Nuccio, SP; Contreras, I; Santiviago, CA; Maskell, D; Barrow, P; Humphrey, T; Nastasi, A; Roberts, M; Frankel, G; Parkhill, J; Dougan, G; Thomson, NR
Jan-2010Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium trxA mutants are protective against virulent challenge and induce less inflammation than the live-attenuated vaccine strain SL3261.Peters, SE; Paterson, GK; Bandularatne, ES; Northen, H; Pleasance, SJ; Willers, C; Wang, J; Foote, AK; Constantino-Casas, F; Scase, TJ; Blacklaws, BA; Bryant, CE; Mastroeni, P; Charles, IG; Maskell, D
Jan-2009Simultaneous assay of every Salmonella Typhi gene using one million transposon mutants.Langridge, G; Phan, MD; Turner, DJ; Perkins, T; Parts, L; Haase, J; Charles, IG; Maskell, D; Peters, SE; Dougan, G; Wain, J; Parkhill, J; Turner, AK
Jan-2009Simultaneous assay of every Salmonella Typhi gene using one million transposon mutants.Langridge, G; Phan, MD; Turner, DJ; Perkins, T; Parts, L; Haase, J; Charles, IG; Maskell, D; Peters, SE; Dougan, G; Wain, J; Parkhill, J; Turner, AK
Jan-2006Single, Double And Triple Mutants Of Salmonella Enterica Serovar Typhimurium Degp (Htra), Degq (Hhoa) And Degs (Hhob) Have Diverse Phenotypes On Exposure To Elevated Temperature And Their Growth In Vivo Is Attenuated To Different ExtentsMo, E; Peters, S; Willers, C; Maskell, D; Charles, IG