Browsing publications by Dr Michail Karavolos

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr Anjam Khan
Pathogen espionage: multiple bacterial adrenergic sensors eavesdrop on host communication systems2013
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 Anne Doble
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr Anjam Khan
The function of the bacterial cytoskeleton in Salmonella pathogenesis2012
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Joseph Gray
Dr Anjam Khan
Salmonella Typhi sense host neuroendocrine stress hormones and release the toxin haemolysin E2011
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr Anjam Khan
Interkingdom crosstalk Host neuroendocrine stress hormones drive the hemolytic behavior of Salmonella typhi2011
Helen Spencer
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Phillip Aldridge
Dr Saroj Chhabra
et al.
Genome-Wide Transposon Mutagenesis Identifies a Role for Host Neuroendocrine Stress Hormones in Regulating the Expression of Virulence Genes in Salmonella2010
Rerngwit Boonyom
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Anjam Khan
Salmonella pathogenicity island 1 (SPI-1) type III secretion of SopD involves N- and C-terminal signals and direct binding to the InvC ATPase.2010
Dr Michail Karavolos
Hannah Spencer
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Anjam Khan
LuxS-Based Quorum Sensing Does Not Affect the Ability of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium To Express the SPI-1 Type 3 Secretion System, Induce Membrane Ruffles, or Invade Epithelial Cells2009
Dr Michail Karavolos
Helen Spencer
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Anjam Khan
Adrenaline modulates the global transcriptional profile of Salmonella revealing a role in the antimicrobial peptide and oxidative stress resistance responses2008
Nicola McKelvie
Dr Michail Karavolos
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Jeong-Jin Lee
Professor Carlos Hormaeche
et al.
Genetic detoxification of an aroA Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium vaccine strain does not compromise protection against virulent Salmonella and enhances the immune responses towards a protective malarial antigen2008
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