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25-Jun-2010Aminopeptidases of malaria parasites: New targets for chemotherapyTrenholme, KR; Brown, CL; Skinner-Adams, TS; Stack, C; Lowther, J; To, J; Robinson, MW; Donnelly, SM; Dalton, JP; Gardiner, DL
1-Dec-2012Antimicrobial peptides: Utility players in innate immunityRobinson, MW; Hutchinson, AT; Donnelly, S
Jan-2002Benzimidazole binding to Haemonchus contortus tubulin: a question of structure.Robinson, MW; Trudgett, A; Fairweather, I; McFerran, N
1-Jan-2013Cathelicidin-like Helminth Defence Molecules (HDMs): Absence of Cytotoxic, Anti-microbial and Anti-protozoan Activities Imply a Specific Adaptation to Immune ModulationThivierge, K; Cotton, S; Schaefer, DA; Riggs, MW; To, J; Lund, ME; Robinson, MW; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, SM
1-Jan-2019The cathepsin-like cysteine peptidases of trematodes of the genus FasciolaCwiklinski, K; Donnelly, S; Drysdale, O; Jewhurst, H; Smith, D; De Marco Verissimo, C; Pritsch, IC; O'Neill, S; Dalton, JP; Robinson, MW
29-Aug-2001Characterisation of a β-tubulin gene from the liver fluke, Fasciola hepaticaRobinson, MW; Hoey, EM; Fairweather, I; Dalton, JP; McGonigle, S; Trudgett, A
23-Feb-2009Cloning and analysis of a Trichinella pseudospiralis muscle larva secreted serine protease gene.Cwiklinski, K; Meskill, D; Robinson, MW; Pozio, E; Appleton, JA; Connolly, B
1-Apr-2011Collagenolytic activities of the major secreted cathepsin L peptidases involved in the virulence of the helminth pathogen, fasciola hepaticaRobinson, MW; Corvo, I; Jones, PM; George, AM; Padula, MP; To, J; Cancela, M; Rinaldi, G; Tort, JF; Roche, L; Dalton, JP
Feb-2007Comparative analysis of the excretory-secretory proteome of the muscle larva of Trichinella pseudospiralis and Trichinella spiralis.Robinson, MW; Greig, R; Beattie, KA; Lamont, DJ; Connolly, B
Feb-2004The comparative metabolism of triclabendazole sulphoxide by triclabendazole-susceptible and triclabendazole-resistant Fasciola hepatica.Robinson, MW; Lawson, J; Trudgett, A; Hoey, EM; Fairweather, I
1-Dec-2012Defense peptides secreted by helminth pathogens: Antimicrobial and/or immunomodulator molecules?Cotton, S; Donnelly, S; Robinson, MW; Dalton, JP; Thivierge, K
Sep-2003The effect of the microtubule inhibitor tubulozole-C on the tegument of triclabendazole-susceptible and triclabendazole-resistant Fasciola hepatica.Robinson, MW; Trudgett, A; Hoey, EM; Fairweather, I
1-Feb-2009The enigmatic asparaginyl endopeptidase of helminth parasitesDalton, JP; Brindley, PJ; Donnelly, S; Robinson, MW
1-Dec-2015The extracellular vesicles of the helminth pathogen, Fasciola hepatica: Biogenesis pathways and cargo molecules involved in parasite pathogenesisCwiklinski, K; De La Torre-Escudero, E; Trelis, M; Bernal, D; Dufresne, PJ; Brennan, GP; O'Neill, S; Tort, J; Paterson, S; Marcilla, A; Dalton, JP; Robinson, MW
1-May-2011A family of helminth molecules that modulate innate cell responses via molecular mimicry of host antimicrobial peptidesRobinson, MW; Donnelly, S; Hutchinson, AT; To, J; Taylor, NL; Norton, RS; Perugini, MA; Dalton, JP
May-2008Fasciola hepatica expresses multiple alpha- and beta-tubulin isotypes.Ryan, LA; Hoey, E; Trudgett, A; Fairweather, I; Fuchs, M; Robinson, MW; Chambers, E; Timson, DJ; Ryan, E; Feltwell, T; Ivens, A; Bentley, G; Johnston, D
1-Apr-2012Fasciola hepatica virulence-associated cysteine peptidases: A systems biology perspectiveMcVeigh, P; Maule, AG; Dalton, JP; Robinson, MW
1-Mar-2013Fasciola hepatica: The therapeutic potential of a worm secretomeRobinson, MW; Dalton, JP; O'Brien, BA; Donnelly, S
1-Nov-2012A helminth cathelicidin-like protein suppresses antigen processing and presentation in macrophages via inhibition of lysosomal vATPaseRobinson, MW; Alvarado, R; To, J; Hutchinson, AT; Dowdell, SN; Lund, M; Turnbull, L; Whitchurch, CB; O'Brien, BA; Dalton, JP; Donnelly, S
29-Jan-2010Helminth cysteine proteases inhibit TRIF-dependent activation of macrophages via degradation of TLR3Donnelly, S; O'Neill, SM; Stack, CM; Robinson, MW; Turnbull, L; Whitchurch, C; Dalton, JP