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1-Sep-2002Neospora caninum: A cause of immunemediated failure of pregnancy?Quinn, HE; Ellis, JT; Smith, NC
1-May-2010Non-archetypal Type II-like and atypical strains of Toxoplasma gondii infecting marsupials of AustraliaParameswaran, N; Thompson, RCA; Sundar, N; Pan, S; Johnson, M; Smith, NC; Grigg, ME
1-Jan-2009Oocyst wall formation and composition in coccidian parasitesMai, K; Sharman, PA; Walker, RA; Katrib, M; de Souza, D; McConville, MJ; Wallach, MG; Belli, SI; Ferguson, DJP; Smith, NC
15-Jun-2010P2X<inf>7</inf>receptor-mediated killing of an intracellular parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, by human and murine macrophagesLees, MP; Fuller, SJ; McLeod, R; Boulter, NR; Miller, CM; Zakrzewski, AM; Mui, EJ; Witola, WH; Coyne, JJ; Hargrave, AC; Jamieson, SE; Blackwell, JM; Wiley, JS; Smith, NC
1-Sep-2011Peroxidase catalysed cross-linking of an intrinsically unstructured protein via dityrosine bonds in the oocyst wall of the apicomplexan parasite, Eimeria maximaMai, K; Smith, NC; Feng, ZP; Katrib, M; Šlapeta, J; Šlapetova, I; Wallach, MG; Luxford, C; Davies, MJ; Zhang, X; Norton, RS; Belli, SI
1-Nov-2011The role of the P2X7 receptor in infectious diseasesMiller, CM; Boulter, NR; Fuller, SJ; Zakrzewski, AM; Lees, MP; Saunders, BM; Wiley, JS; Smith, NC
1-Jun-2003Roles of tyrosine-rich precursor glycoproteins and dityrosine- and 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine-mediated protein cross-linking in development of the oocyst wall in the coccidian parasite Eimeria maximaBelli, SI; Wallach, MG; Luxford, C; Davies, MJ; Smith, NC
Jan-2003Roles of tyrosine-rich precursor glycoproteins and dityrosine-/DOPA-mediated protein crosslinking in oocyst wall assembly in the coccidian parasite, Eimeria maximaBelli, S; Wallach, M; Luxford, C; Davies, MJ; Smith, NC
1-Dec-2012Stage-specific expression of protease genes in the apicomplexan parasite, Eimeria tenella.Katrib, M; Ikin, RJ; Brossier, F; Robinson, M; Slapetova, I; Sharman, PA; Walker, RA; Belli, SI; Tomley, FM; Smith, NC