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Jan-2016Analysis of the N-terminal region of human MLKL, as well as two distinct MLKL isoforms, reveals new insights into necroptotic cell death.Arnež, KH; Kindlova, M; Bokil, NJ; Murphy, JM; Sweet, MJ; Gunčar, G
2016Co-transcriptomic analysis by rna sequencing to simultaneously measure regulated gene expression in host and bacterial pathogenRavasi, T; Mavromatis, CH; Bokil, NJ; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ; McCoy, CE
2016Salmonella employs multiple mechanisms to subvert the TLR-inducible zinc-mediated antimicrobial response of human macrophages.Kapetanovic, R; Bokil, NJ; Achard, ME; Ong, CL; Peters, KM; Stocks, CJ; Phan, MD; Monteleone, M; Schroder, K; Irvine, KM; Saunders, BM; Walker, MJ; Stacey, KJ; McEwan, AG; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ
May-2015The co-transcriptome of uropathogenic Escherichia coli-infected mouse macrophages reveals new insights into host-pathogen interactions.Mavromatis, CH; Bokil, NJ; Totsika, M; Kakkanat, A; Schaale, K; Cannistraci, CV; Ryu, T; Beatson, SA; Ulett, GC; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ; Ravasi, T
Jan-2013Metal ions in macrophage antimicrobial pathways: emerging roles for zinc and copper.Stafford, SL; Bokil, NJ; Achard, MES; Kapetanovic, R; Schembri, MA; McEwan, AG; Sweet, MJ
May-2012Copper redistribution in murine macrophages in response to Salmonella infection.Achard, MES; Stafford, SL; Bokil, NJ; Chartres, J; Bernhardt, PV; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ; McEwan, AG
Apr-2012Conservation and divergence in Toll-like receptor 4-regulated gene expression in primary human versus mouse macrophages.Schroder, K; Irvine, KM; Taylor, MS; Bokil, NJ; Le Cao, K-A; Masterman, K-A; Labzin, LI; Semple, CA; Kapetanovic, R; Fairbairn, L; Akalin, A; Faulkner, GJ; Baillie, JK; Gongora, M; Daub, CO; Kawaji, H; McLachlan, GJ; Goldman, N; Grimmond, SM; Carninci, P; Suzuki, H; Hayashizaki, Y; Lenhard, B; Hume, DA; Sweet, MJ
Nov-2011Intramacrophage survival of uropathogenic Escherichia coli: differences between diverse clinical isolates and between mouse and human macrophages.Bokil, NJ; Totsika, M; Carey, AJ; Stacey, KJ; Hancock, V; Saunders, BM; Ravasi, T; Ulett, GC; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ