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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
Professor Janet Quinn
Elevated catalase expression in a fungal pathogen is a double-edged sword of iron2017
Professor Janet Quinn
Stress adaptation2017
Iaroslava Kos
Dr Miranda Morton
Alessandra da Silva Dantas
Professor Janet Quinn
Mechanisms underlying the delayed activation of the Cap1 transcription factor in Candida albicans following combinatorial oxidative and cationic stress important for phagocytic potency2016
Melanie Ikeh
Dr Alison Day
Dr Emma Tarrant
Dr Kevin Waldron
Dr Andrew Banks
et al.
Pho4 mediates phosphate acquisition in Candida albicans and is vital for stress resistance and metal homeostasis2016
Professor Janet Quinn
Integrative Model of Oxidative Stress Adaptation in the Fungal Pathogen Candida albicans2015
Dr Alison Day
Melanie Ikeh
Iaroslava Kos
Dr Beatrice Achan
Professor Janet Quinn
et al.
Oxidative stress responses in the human fungal pathogen, Candida albicans2015
Dr Miranda Morton
Professor Janet Quinn
Mechanisms Underlying the Exquisite Sensitivity of Candida albicans to Combinatorial Cationic and Oxidative Stress That Enhances the Potent Fungicidal Activity of Phagocytes2014
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 Miranda Morton
Professor Janet Quinn
Impact of combinatorial stresses upon Candida albicans2012
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