Browsing publications by Dr Ased Ali

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Lauren Drage
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Ased Ali
Christopher Birchall
Dr Judith Hall
et al.
Uropathogenic Escherichia coli behaviour in different growth mediums and avoidance of the innate immune response2014
Dr Ased Ali
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Claire Townes
Professor Robert Pickard
Dr Judith Hall
et al.
An innate immune response to motile e. coli is exhibited by both bladder and vaginal cells2012
Dr Ased Ali
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Claire Townes
Kate Brown
Paul Hilton
et al.
Reduced innate beta-defensin-2 response in the bladder and vaginal epithelia increases suceptibility to flagellated E. coli infection2012
Dr Ased Ali
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Claire Townes
Wendy Robson
Dr Judith Hall
et al.
Release of the anti-microbial peptide beta-defensin 2 protects against attack by flagellated Escherichia coli in human urothelium2012
Dr Ased Ali
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Claire Townes
Tess Stanly
Wendy Robson
et al.
The anti-microbial peptide beta-defensin-2 protects the bladder against flagellated escherichia coli2012
Dr Ased Ali
Dr Claire Townes
Dr Judith Hall
Professor Robert Pickard
Estrogen increases expression and secretion of the innate anti-microbial beta-defensin-2 in vaginal epithelium2011
Dr Ased Ali
Dr Claire Townes
Dr Judith Hall
Professor Robert Pickard
Local estrogen enhances the innate immune defences of vaginal epithelium by increasing secretion of beta-defensin-2 antimicrobial peptide2011
Dr Claire Townes
Dr Ased Ali
Professor Robert Pickard
Dr Judith Hall
Tolerance of bacteriuria after urinary diversion is linked to antimicrobial Peptide activity2011
Dr Ased Ali
Dr Claire Townes
Dr Judith Hall
Professor Robert Pickard
Differential Expression of Antimicrobial Peptides in the Female Urogenital Tract2010
Dr Claire Townes
Dr Ased Ali
Dr Judith Hall
Professor Robert Pickard
Antimicrobial Peptides, Urinary Diversion and Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection2009
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