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28-Jun-2012Candida albicans scavenges host zinc via Pra1 during endothelial invasionCitiulo, Francesco; Jacobsen, Ilse D; Miramón, Pedro; Schild, Lydia; Brunke, Sascha; Zipfel, Peter; Brock, Matthias; Hube, Bernhard; Wilson, Duncan; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
14-May-2012Candida albicans-epithelial interactions : dissecting the roles of active penetration, induced endocytosis and host factors on the infection processWächtler, Betty; Citiulo, Francesco; Jablonowski, Nadja; Förster, Stephanie; Dalle, Frederic; Schaller, Martin; Wilson, Duncan; Hube, Bernhard; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
Jan-2005CandidaDB : a genome database for Candida albicans pathogenomicsd'Enfert, C; Goyard, S; Rodriguez-Arnaveilhe, S; Frangeul, L; Jones, L; Tekaia, F; Bader, O; Albrecht, A; Castillo, L; Dominguez, A; Ernst, J F; Fradin, C; Gaillardin, C; Garcia-Sanchez, S; de Groot, P; Hube, B; Klis, F M; Krishnamurthy, S; Kunze, D; Lopez, M C; Mavor, A; Martin, N; Moszer, I; Onesime, D; Martin, J P; Sentandreu, R; Valentin, E; Brown, A J P; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
Apr-2014Cell Therapy for Type 1 DiabetesMuir, K. R.; Lima, M. J.; Docherty, H. M.; Docherty, K.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 5 Biological Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
15-Jun-2013Cell wall stress induces alternative fungal cytokinesis and septation strategiesWalker, Louise; Lenardon, Megan D; Preechasuth, Kanya; Munro, Carol A; Gow, Neil A R; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences, Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, MRC Centre for Medical Mycology; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
21-Dec-2012Cellular responses of Candida albicans to phagocytosis and the extracellular activities of neutrophils are critical to counteract carbohydrate starvation, oxidative and nitrosative stressMiramón, Pedro; Dunker, Christine; Windecker, Hanna; Bohovych, Iryna M; Brown, Alistair J P; Kurzai, Oliver; Hube, Bernhard; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
Nov-2010Chest radiography doses with film screen : is further reduction possible?Egbe, Nneoyi; Heaton, Brian; Sharp, Peter F; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
31-Oct-2014The Chlamydia Effector TarP Mimics the Mammalian LD Motif of Paxillin to Subvert the Focal Adhesion Kinase During InvasionThwaites, Tristan; Nogueira, Ana T; Campeotto, Ivan; Silva, Ana P; Grieshaber, Scott S; Carabeo, Rey A; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences, Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 5 Biological Sciences
8-Mar-2011Chlamydia species-dependent differences in the growth requirement for lysosomesOuellette, Scot P; Dorsey, Frank C; Moshiach, Simon; Cleveland, John L; Carabeo, Rey A; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
18-Nov-2010CO2 acts as a signalling molecule in populations of the fungal pathogen Candida albicansHall, Rebecca; De Sordi, Luisa; MacCallum, Donna M; Topal, Huesnue; Eaton, Rebecca; Bloor, James W; Robinson, Gary K; Levin, Lonny R; Buck, Jochen; Wang, Yue; Gow, Neil A R; Steegborn, Clemens; Muehlschlegel, Fritz A; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
2011Collective response of self-organized clusters of mechanosensitive channelsGuseva, Ksenia; Thiel, Marco; Miller, Samantha; Grebogi, Celso; de Moura, Alessandro Paula Servio; Booth, Ian; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Natural & Computing Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Environment and Food Security; University of Aberdeen, Natural & Computing Sciences, Physics; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Institute for Complex Systems and Mathematical Biology (ICSMB)
Mar-2014Common Genetic Variants Explain the Majority of the Correlation Between Height and Intelligence : The Generation Scotland StudyMarioni, Riccardo E.; Batty, G. David; Hayward, Caroline; Kerr, Shona M.; Campbell, Archie; Hocking, Lynne J.; Scotland, Generation; Porteous, David J.; Visscher, Peter M.; Deary, Ian J.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
15-Nov-2013A comparison of in vitro nucleosome positioning mapped with chicken, frog and a variety of yeast core histonesAllan, James; Fraser, Ross M; Owen-Hughes, Tom; Docherty, Kevin; Singh, Vijender; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
31-Oct-2011A comprehensive evaluation of colonic mucosal isolates of Sutterella wadsworthensis from inflammatory bowel diseaseMukhopadhya, Indrani; Hansen, Richard; Nicholl, Charlotte E; Alhaidan, Yazeid A; Thomson, John M; Berry, Susan H; Pattinson, Craig; Stead, David A; Russell, Richard K; El-Omar, Emad M; Hold, Georgina L; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division Applied Medicine; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
13-Mar-2014Conflicting interests in the pathogen-host tug of war : fungal micronutrient scavenging versus mammalian nutritional immunityPotrykus, Joanna; Ballou, Elizabeth R; Childers, Delma S; Brown, Alistair J P; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 1 Clinical Medicine; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 5 Biological Sciences; University of Aberdeen, REF 2014 UoA 2 Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care
Mar-2008Contribution of recent transgenic models and transcriptional profiling studies to our understanding of the mechanisms by which androgens control spermatogenesisVerhoeven, Guido; Denolet, Evi; Swinnen, Johannes V; Willems, Ariane; Claessens, Frank; Saunders, Philippa T K; Sharpe, Richard; De Gendt, Karel; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
25-Oct-2007Control of gag-pol gene expression in the Candida albicans retrotransposon Tca2Forbes, Elaine M; Nieduszynska, Siân R; Brunton, Fiona K; Gibson, Joanne; Glover, L Anne; Stansfield, Ian; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
11-Feb-2016Correction : Selenium Supplementation in Fish: A Combined Chemical and Biomolecular Study to Understand Sel-Plex Assimilation and Impact on Selenoproteome Expression in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)Pacitti, Davide; Lawan, Muhammad M; Sweetman, John; Martin, Samuel A M; Feldmann, Jörg; Secombes, Christopher J; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, MASTS (Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland); University of Aberdeen, School of Biological Sciences, Biological Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Scottish Fish Immunology Research Centre; University of Aberdeen, Natural & Computing Sciences, Chemistry; University of Aberdeen, Energy; University of Aberdeen, Environment and Food Security
23-Dec-2013The Cyanobactin Heterocyclase Enzyme : A Processive Adenylase That Operates with a Defined Order of ReactionKoehnke, Jesko; Bent, Andrew F; Zollman, David; Smith, Kieran; Houssen, Wael E; Zhu, Xiaofeng; Mann, Greg; Lebl, Tomas; Scharff, Richard; Shirran, Sally; Botting, Catherine H; Jaspars, Marcel; Schwarz-Linek, Ulrich; Naismith, James H; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, Natural & Computing Sciences, Chemistry
24-Mar-2010The cytoprotective drug amifostine modifies both expression and activity of the pro-angiogenic factor VEGF-ADedieu, S; Canron, X; Rezvani, H R; Bouchecareilh, M; Mazurier, F; Sinisi, R; Zanda, M; Moenner, M; Bikfalvi, A; North, S; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
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