Browsing publications by Dr Paul Dean

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Robert Hirt
Professor T. Martin Embley
Microsporidia: why make nucleotides if you can steal them?2016
Dr Paul Dean
Visualizing translocation and localization of bacterial type III effector proteins using a genetically encoded reporter system2016
Dr Paul Dean
Sabine Quitard
Dr David Bulmer
Professor Brendan Kenny
Cultured enterocytes internalise bacteria across their basolateral surface for, pathogen-inhibitable, trafficking to the apical compartment2015
Dr Eva Heinz
Dr Paul Dean
Dr Alina Goldberg Cavalleri
Dr Sirintra Nakjang
Dr Alison Gregory
et al.
Plasma Membrane-Located Purine Nucleotide Transport Proteins are Key Components for Host Exploitation by Microsporidian Intracellular Parasites2014
Dr Paul Dean
Dr Peter Major
Dr Sirintra Nakjang
Professor Robert Hirt
Professor T. Martin Embley
et al.
Transport proteins of parasitic protists and their role in nutrient salvage2014
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Brendan Kenny
A bacterial encoded protein induces extreme multinucleation and cell-cell internalization in intestinal cells2013
Professor Brendan Kenny
Dr Paul Dean
Do Caco-2 subclones provide more appropriate in vitro models for understanding how human enteric pathogens cause disease?2013
Dr Paul Dean
Lorna Young
Sabine Quitard
Professor Brendan Kenny
Insights into the Pathogenesis of Enteropathogenic E. coli Using an Improved Intestinal Enterocyte Model2013
Dr Paul Dean
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr Anne Doble
Dr Richard Daniel
Dr Anjam Khan
et al.
The bacterial cytoskeleton modulates motility, type 3 secretion, and colonization in Salmonella2012
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Brendan Kenny
Cell-surface nucleolin is sequestered into EPEC microcolonies and may play a role during infection2011
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