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1-Apr-2012The active site residue V266 of chlamydial HtrA is critical for substrate binding during both in vitro and in vivo conditionsGloeckl, S; Tyndall, JDA; Stansfield, SH; Timms, P; Huston, WM
1-May-2011Apoptosis is Induced in Chlamydia trachomatis-infected HEp-2 Cells by the Addition of a Combination Innate Immune Activation Compounds and the Inhibitor WedelolactoneHuston, WM; Gloeckl, S; de Boer, L; Beagley, KW; Timms, P
1-May-2013Characterization of in vitro chlamydia muridarum persistence and utilization in an in vivo mouse model of chlamydia vaccineCarey, AJ; Huston, WM; Cunningham, KA; Hafner, LM; Timms, P; Beagley, KW
1-Apr-2018Characterization of the in vitro chlamydia pecorum response to gamma interferonIslam, MM; Jelocnik, M; Huston, WM; Timms, P; Polkinghorne, A
17-Aug-2016Chlamydia Serine Protease Inhibitor, targeting HtrA, as a New Treatment for Koala Chlamydia infectionLawrence, A; Fraser, T; Gillett, A; Tyndall, JDA; Timms, P; Polkinghorne, A; Huston, WM
1-Sep-2016Chlamydia trachomatis Genital Tract Infections: When Host Immune Response and the Microbiome CollideZiklo, N; Huston, WM; Hocking, JS; Timms, P
27-Nov-2008Chlamydia trachomatis responds to heat shock, penicillin induced persistence, and IFN-gamma persistence by altering levels of the extracytoplasmic stress response protease HtrAHuston, WM; Theodoropoulos, C; Mathews, SA; Timms, P
17-Aug-2013A cohort study of Chlamydia trachomatis treatment failure in women: A study protocolHocking, JS; Vodstrcil, LA; Huston, WM; Timms, P; Chen, MY; Worthington, K; McIver, R; Tabrizi, SN
1-Dec-2015Comparative genomic analysis of human Chlamydia pneumoniae isolates from respiratory, brain and cardiac tissuesRoulis, E; Bachmann, NL; Myers, GSA; Huston, W; Summersgill, J; Hudson, A; Dreses-Werringloer, U; Polkinghorne, A; Timms, P
1-Jul-2017CtHtrA: The lynchpin of the chlamydial surface and a promising therapeutic targetMarsh, JW; Ong, VA; Lott, WB; Timms, P; Tyndall, JDA; Huston, WM
1-Jan-2015Culture-independent genome sequencing of clinical samples reveals an unexpected heterogeneity of infections by chlamydia pecorumBachmann, NL; Sullivan, MJ; Jelocnik, M; Myers, GSA; Timms, P; Polkinghorne, A
1-Feb-2018CXCL10, CXCL11, HLA-A and IL-1β are induced in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from women with Chlamydia trachomatis related infertilityMenon, S; Alexander, K; Timms, P; Allan, JA; Huston, WM
1-Nov-2018Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis mRNA using digital PCR as a more accurate marker of viable organismPhillips, S; Vodstrcil, LA; Huston, WM; Lawerence, A; Timms, P; Chen, MY; Worthington, K; McIver, R; Bradshaw, CS; Garland, SM; Tabrizi, SN; Hocking, JS
1-Sep-2016Development and evaluation of a multi-antigen peptide ELISA for the diagnosis of chlamydia trachomatis-related infertility in womenMenon, S; Stansfield, SH; Logan, B; Hocking, JS; Timms, P; Rombauts, L; Allan, JA; Huston, WM
18-Jan-2018Dysbiosis of the vaginal microbiota and higher vaginal kynurenine/tryptophan ratio reveals an association with Chlamydia trachomatis genital infectionsZiklo, N; Vidgen, ME; Taing, K; Huston, WM; Timms, P
1-Jan-2015The epidemiology of chlamydia trachomatis organism load during genital infection: A systematic reviewVodstrcil, LA; McIver, R; Huston, WM; Tabrizi, SN; Timms, P; Hocking, JS
1-Jan-2014Evidence of a conserved role for Chlamydia HtrA in the replication phase of the chlamydial developmental cyclePatel, P; De Boer, L; Timms, P; Huston, WM
1-Jan-2014Evolution to a chronic disease niche correlates with increased sensitivity to Tryptophan availability for the obligate intracellular bacterium Chlamydia pneumoniaeHuston, WM; Barker, CJ; Chacko, A; Timms, P
1-Jul-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
17-Feb-2015Human Chlamydia pneumoniae isolates demonstrate ability to recover infectivity following penicillin treatment whereas animal isolates do notChacko, A; Beagley, KW; Timms, P; Huston, WM