Browsing publications by Professor Brian Morgan

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Alison Day
Mélanie Ikeh
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
Blocking two-component signalling enhances Candida albicans virulence and reveals adaptive mechanisms that counteract sustained SAPK activation2017
Dr Elizabeth Veal
Zoe Underwood
Lewis Tomalin
Professor Brian Morgan
Hyperoxidation of peroxiredoxins: Gain or loss of function?2017
Dr Graeme Hewitt
Dr Bernadette Carroll
Dr Clara Correia Melo
Mikolaj Ogrodnik
Dr Glyn Nelson
et al.
SQSTM1/p62 mediates crosstalk between autophagy and the UPS in DNA repair2016
Dr Elizabeth Veal
Lewis Tomalin
Professor Brian Morgan
Dr Alison Day
The fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe as a model to understand how peroxiredoxins influence cell responses to hydrogen peroxide2014
Dr Jonathan Brown
Dr Alison Day
Sarah Taylor
Lewis Tomalin
Professor Brian Morgan
et al.
A Peroxiredoxin Promotes H2O2 Signaling and Oxidative Stress Resistance by Oxidizing a Thioredoxin Family Protein2013
Marc Flanagan
Dr Simon Whitehall
Professor Brian Morgan
An Atg10-like E2 enzyme is essential for cell cycle progression but not autophagy in Schizosaccharomyces pombe2013
Dr Miranda Morton
Alessandra da Silva Dantas
Dr Elizabeth Veal
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
et al.
Ybp1 and Gpx3 Signaling in Candida albicans Govern Hydrogen Peroxide-Induced Oxidation of the Cap1 Transcription Factor and Macrophage Escape2013
Dr Alison Day
Dr Jonathan Brown
Sarah Taylor
Dr Jonathan Rand
Professor Brian Morgan
et al.
Inactivation of a peroxiredoxin by hydrogen peroxide is critical for thioredoxin-mediated repair of oxidized proteins and cell survival2012
Dr Kathryn Doris
Ellen Rumsby
Professor Brian Morgan
Oxidative Stress Responses Involve Oxidation of a Conserved Ubiquitin Pathway Enzyme2012
Professor Brian Morgan
Protein Kinase C Regulates Late Cell Cycle-Dependent Gene Expression2012
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