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Oct-2012Combinatorial stresses kill pathogenic Candida speciesKaloriti, Despoina; Tillmann, Anna; Cook, Emily; Jacobsen, Mette; You, Tao; Lenardon, Megan; Ames, Lauren; Barahona, Mauricio; Chandrasekaran, Komelapriya; Coghill, George; Goodman, Daniel; Gow, Neil A. R.; Grebogi, Celso; Ho, Hsueh-Lui; Ingram, Piers; McDonagh, Andrew; de Moura, Alessandro P. S.; Pang, Wei; Puttnam, Melanie; Radmaneshfar, Elahe; Romano, Maria Carmen; Silk, Daniel; Stark, Jaroslav; Stumpf, Michael; Thiel, Marco; Thorne, Thomas; Usher, Jane; Yin, Zhikang; Haynes, Ken; Brown, Alistair J. P.; University of Aberdeen, School of Natural & Computing Sciences, Physics; University of Aberdeen, Environment and Food Security; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Natural & Computing Sciences, Computing Science
1-Mar-2011Identification of sumoylation targets, combined with inactivation of SMT3, reveals the impact of sumoylation upon growth, morphology, and stress resistance in the pathogen Candida albicansLeach, Michelle D.; Stead, David A.; Argo, Evelyn; Brown, Alistair J. P.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Medicine
Nov-2009Role of the heat shock transcription factor, Hsf1, in a major fungal pathogen that is obligately associated with warm-blooded animalsNicholls, Susan; Leach, Michelle D.; Priest, Claire L.; Brown, Alistair J. P.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
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