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1-Jan-2014Increased sensitivity to tryptophan bioavailability is a positive adaptation by the human strains of Chlamydia pneumoniaeChacko, A; Barker, CJ; Beagley, KW; Hodson, MP; Plan, MR; Timms, P; Huston, WM
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
16-Sep-2014Treatment of rectal chlamydia infection may be more complicated than we originally thoughtHocking, JS; Kong, FYS; Timms, P; Huston, WM; Tabrizi, SN
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
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
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-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
30-May-2013Proof of concept: A bioinformatic and serological screening method for identifying new peptide antigens for Chlamydia trachomatis related sequelae in womenStansfield, SH; Patel, P; Debattista, J; Armitage, CW; Cunningham, K; Timms, P; Allan, J; Mittal, A; Huston, WM
21-Nov-2017Targeting the master regulator mTOR: A new approach to prevent the neurological of consequences of parasitic infections?Donnelly, S; Huston, WM; Johnson, M; Tiberti, N; Saunders, B; O'Brien, B; Burke, C; Labbate, M; Combes, V
4-Mar-2019High expression of IDO1 and TGF-?1 during recurrence and post infection clearance with Chlamydia trachomatis, are independent of host IFN-? responseZiklo, N; Huston, WM; Taing, K; Timms, P
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