Browsing publications by Professor Brendan Kenny

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Brendan Kenny
A bacterial encoded protein induces extreme multinucleation and cell-cell internalization in intestinal cells2013
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
Professor Brendan Kenny
Cell-surface nucleolin is sequestered into EPEC microcolonies and may play a role during infection2011
Dr Marie Ruchaud-Sparagano
Professor Brendan Kenny
Proteasome-independent degradation of canonical NFκB complex components by the NleC protein of pathogenic Escherichia coli2011
Dr Marie Ruchaud-Sparagano
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Brendan Kenny
The Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC) Tir Effector Inhibits NF-κB Activity by Targeting TNFα Receptor-Associated Factors2011
Professor Brendan Kenny
PKA-mediated phosphorylation of EPEC-Tir at serine residues 434 and 463: A novel pathway in regulating Rac1 GTPase function2010
Dr Paul Dean
Sabine Quitard
Professor Brendan Kenny
The bacterial effectors EspG and EspG2 induce a destructive calpain activity that is kept in check by the co-delivered Tir effector2010
Dr Paul Dean
Jonathan Scott
Andy Knox
Sabine Quitard
Dr Nick Watkins
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The Enteropathogenic E. coli Effector EspF Targets and Disrupts the Nucleolus by a Process Regulated by Mitochondrial Dysfunction2010
Dr David Saunders
Dr Paul Dean
Professor Brendan Kenny
Judith Parkhill
Complete Genome Sequence and Comparative Genome Analysis of Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli O127:H6 Strain E2348/692009
Professor Brendan Kenny
Dual infection system identifies a crucial role for PKA-mediated serine phosphorylation of the EPEC-Tir-injected effector protein in regulating Rac1 function2009
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