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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Julia Spoors
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Neil Keegan
Rapid ultra-sensitive diagnosis of Clostridium difficile infection using a SERS-based lateral flow assay2021
Yan Huang
Dr Andrei Soliakov
Anton Le Brun
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
et al.
Helix N-Cap Residues Drive the Acid Unfolding That Is Essential in the Action of the Toxin Colicin A2019
Dr Beth Lawry
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Keith Flanagan
Julia Spoors
Emeritus Professor Calum McNeil
et al.
Species-specific detection of C. difficile using targeted antibody design2018
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Dr Helen Waller
Professor Jeremy Lakey
The Two-State Prehensile Tail of the Antibacterial Toxin Colicin N2017
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Antonio Molinaro
Professor Jeremy Lakey
The antibacterial toxin colicin N binds to the inner core of lipopolysaccharide and close to its translocator protein2014
Wanatchaport Arunmanee
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Understanding Colicin N Import into Gram Negative Bacterial Cells using Small Angle Neutron Scattering2014
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Jeremy Lakey
The unstructured domain of colicin N kills Escherichia coli2013
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Anton Le Brun
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Low Resolution Structure and Dynamics of a Colicin-Receptor Complex Determined by Neutron Scattering2012
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Targeted Killing of Escherichia coli by an Unfolded Protein2012
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Anton Le Brun
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Reveals Colicin N Inserts into Clefts on the Outside of the OmpF Trimer2011
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Carl May
Embedding effective depression care: using theory for primary care organisational and systems change2010
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Interfacial Interactions of Pore-Forming Colicins2010
Elaine Zhao
Samantha Hume
Dr Christopher Johnson
Paul Thompson
Dr Jun-yong Huang
et al.
The transcription repressor NmrA is subject to proteolysis by three Aspergillus nidulans proteases2010
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Heather Lamb
Professor Alastair Hawkins
Structural characterization of Salmonella typhimurium YeaZ, an M22 O-sialoglycoprotein endopeptidase homolog2006
Dr Heather Lamb
Dr Alison Park
Dr Christopher Johnson
Dr Simon Cocklin
Paul Thompson
et al.
Modulation of the ligand binding properties of the transcription repressor NmrA by GATA-containing DNA and site-directed mutagenesis2004
Dr Heather Lamb
Dr Anna Dodds
Dr Christopher Johnson
Professor Alastair Hawkins
The negative transcriptional regulator NmrA discriminates between oxidized and reduced dinucleotides2003