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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Jacob Biboy
Dr Joseph Gray
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Borrelia burgdorferi peptidoglycan is a persistent antigen in patients with Lyme arthritis2019
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Jonathan Briggs
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
et al.
Author Correction: A surface endogalactanase in Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron confers keystone status for arabinogalactan degradation2019
Dr Adrian Falconer
Dr Chun Chan
Dr Joseph Gray
Emeritus Professor Drew Rowan
Professor Darren Wilkinson
et al.
Collagenolytic matrix metalloproteinases antagonize proteinase-activated receptor-2 activation, providing insights into extracellular matrix turnover2019
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Jonathan Briggs
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
et al.
A surface endogalactanase in Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron confers keystone status forarabinogalactan degradation2018
Dr Marcin Dembek
Abbie Kelly
Dr Anna Barwinska-Sendra
Dr Daniela Vollmer
Dr Jacob Biboy
et al.
Peptidoglycan degradation machinery in Clostridium difficile forespore engulfment2018
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Alan Cartmell
Ana De Jesus Vaz Luís
Dr Arnaud Basle
et al.
Complex pectin metabolism by gut bacteria reveals novel catalytic functions2017
Dr Adeline Derouaux
Dr Joseph Gray
Dr Jacob Biboy
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
et al.
Fluorescent D-amino-acids reveal bi-cellular cell wall modifications important for Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus predation.2017
Joseph Cowell
Matthew Buck
Rebecca Clarke
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Dr Daniela Vollmer
et al.
Traceless-Cleavage of Protein-Biotin Conjugates Under Biologically-Compatible Conditions2017
Dr Jacob Biboy
Dr Joseph Gray
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Lyme disease and relapsing fever Borrelia elongate through zones of peptidoglycan synthesis that mark division sites of daughter cells2016
Dr Aurore Labourel
Dr Lucy Crouch
Dr Adam Jackson
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Joseph Gray
et al.
The Mechanism by Which Arabinoxylanases Can Recognize Highly Decorated Xylans2016
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