Browsing by Author Huston, WM

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10-Mar-2017Laser-mediated rupture of chlamydial inclusions triggers pathogen egress and host cell necrosis.Kerr, MC; Gomez, GA; Ferguson, C; Tanzer, MC; Murphy, JM; Yap, AS; Parton, RG; Huston, WM; Teasdale, RD
22-Feb-2017Structural basis for the hijacking of endosomal sorting nexin proteins by Chlamydia trachomatis.Paul, B; Kim, HS; Kerr, MC; Huston, WM; Teasdale, RD; Collins, BM
3-Dec-2016In vitro rescue of genital strains of Chlamydia trachomatis from interferon-γ and tryptophan depletion with indole-positive, but not indole-negative Prevotella spp.Ziklo, N; Huston, WM; Taing, K; Katouli, M; Timms, P
1-Sep-2016Chlamydia trachomatis Genital Tract Infections: When Host Immune Response and the Microbiome CollideZiklo, N; Huston, WM; Hocking, JS; Timms, P
17-Jul-2016Development and evaluation of a multi-antigen peptide ELISA for the diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis related infertility in women.Menon, S; Stansfield, SH; Logan, B; Hocking, JS; Timms, P; Rombauts, L; Allan, J; Huston, WM
Feb-2016CXCL10, CXCL11, HLA-A and IL-1 beta are induced in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from women with Chlamydia trachomatis related infertilityMenon, S; Alexander, K; Timms, P; Allan, JA; Huston, WM
Jan-2016Sortilin is associated with the chlamydial inclusion and is modulated during infection.Teo, WX; Kerr, MC; Huston, WM; Teasdale, RD
Jan-2016Sero-epidemiological assessment of Chlamydia trachomatis infection and sub-fertility in Samoan women.Menon, S; Stansfield, SH; Walsh, M; Hope, E; Isaia, L; Righarts, AA; Niupulusu, T; Temese, SVA; Iosefa-Siitia, L; Auvaa, L; Tapelu, SA; Motu, MF; Suaalii-Sauni, T; Timms, P; Hill, PC; Huston, WM
Jan-2016Chlamydia Serine Protease Inhibitor, targeting HtrA, as a New Treatment for Koala Chlamydia infection.Lawrence, A; Fraser, T; Gillett, A; Tyndall, JD; Timms, P; Polkinghorne, A; Huston, WM
2016Cyclic-di-AMP synthesis by the diadenylate cyclase CdaA is modulated by the peptidoglycan biosynthesis enzyme GlmM in Lactococcus lactis.Zhu, Y; Pham, TH; Nhiep, TH; Vu, NM; Marcellin, E; Chakrabortti, A; Wang, Y; Waanders, J; Lo, R; Huston, WM; Bansal, N; Nielsen, LK; Liang, ZX; Turner, MS
2016Structural and Biochemical Characterization of Chlamydia trachomatis DsbA Reveals a Cysteine-Rich and Weakly Oxidising Oxidoreductase.Christensen, S; Grøftehauge, MK; Byriel, K; Huston, WM; Furlong, E; Heras, B; Martin, JL; McMahon, RM
Oct-2015Human and Pathogen Factors Associated with Chlamydia trachomatis-Related Infertility in WomenMenon, S; Timms, P; Allan, JA; Alexander, K; Rombauts, L; Horner, P; Keltz, M; Hocking, J; Huston, WM
30-Sep-2015A Chlamydia trachomatis strain with a chemically generated amino acid substitution (P370L) in the cthtrA gene shows reduced elementary body productionMarsh, JW; Wee, BA; Tyndall, JDA; Lott, WB; Bastidas, RJ; Caldwell, HD; Valdivia, RH; Kari, L; Huston, WM
2015In vitro susceptibility of recent Chlamydia trachomatis clinical isolates to the CtHtrA inhibitor JO146Ong, VA; Lawrence, A; Timms, P; Vodstrcil, LA; Tabrizi, SN; Beagley, KW; Allan, JA; Hocking, JS; Huston, WM
Dec-2013The protease inhibitor JO146 demonstrates a critical role for CtHtrA for Chlamydia trachomatis reversion from penicillin persistenceOng, VA; Marsh, JW; Lawrence, A; Allan, JA; Timms, P; Huston, WM
15-Nov-2013The IL-6 response to Chlamydia from primary reproductive epithelial cells is highly variable and may be involved in differential susceptibility to the immunopathological consequences of chlamydial infectionCunningham, K; Stansfield, SH; Patel, P; Menon, S; Kienzle, V; Allan, JA; Huston, WM
1-Aug-2012The role of HtrA as a chaperone and protease in bacterial pathogenesisMarsh, JW; Gloeckl, S; Tyndall, JDA; Huston, WM; Boulanger, A; Blanc, M
Jan-2011Unique residues involved in activation of the multitasking protease/chaperone HtrA from Chlamydia trachomatis.Huston, WM; Tyndall, JD; Lott, WB; Stansfield, SH; Timms, P
Jan-2008Chlamydia trachomatis responds to heat shock, penicillin induced persistence, and IFN-gamma persistence by altering levels of the extracytoplasmic stress response protease HtrA.Huston, WM; Theodoropoulos, C; Mathews, SA; Timms, P