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Dr Yasmin Ahmed
Melanie Ikeh
Dr Alison Day
Dr Kevin Waldron
Professor Janet Quinn
et al.
Blocking Polyphosphate Mobilization Inhibits Pho4 Activation and Virulence in the Pathogen Candida albicans2022
Dr Katharina Trunk
Professor Janet Quinn
A New Front in Microbial Warfare—Delivery of Antifungal Effectors by the Type VI Secretion System2019
Dr Alison Day
Professor Janet Quinn
Stress-Activated Protein Kinases in Human Fungal Pathogens2019
Dr Alison Day
Megan McNiff
Professor Janet Quinn
Hog1 Regulates Stress Tolerance and Virulence in the Emerging Fungal Pathogen Candida auris2018
Dr Alison Day
Professor Janet Quinn
Influence of ylHog1 MAPK kinase on Yarrowia lipolytica stress response and erythritol production2018
Dr Alison Day
Dr Paula Salgado
Professor Janet Quinn
Redox Regulation, Rather than Stress-Induced Phosphorylation, of a Hog1 Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Modulates Its Nitrosative-Stress-Specific Outputs2018
Dr Katharina Trunk
Dr Julien Peltier
Professor Janet Quinn
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Professor Matthias Trost
et al.
The type VI secretion system deploys antifungal effectors against microbial competitors2018
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
Yasmin Ahmed
Professor Janet Quinn
Phosphate Acquisition and Virulence in Human Fungal Pathogens2017
Professor Janet Quinn
Stress adaptation2017
Dr Alison Day
Professor Janet Quinn
Stress-induced nuclear accumulation is dispensable for Hog1-dependent gene expression and virulence in a fungal pathogen.2017
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
Professor Janet Quinn
Non-lytic expulsion/exocytosis of Candida albicans from macrophages2012
Dianne Smith
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
Ypd1-mediated two-component signalling in Candida albicans2012
Dr Catherine Bruce
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
Identification of a Novel Response Regulator, Crr1, That Is Required for Hydrogen Peroxide Resistance in Candida albicans2011
Jill Cheetham
Dr Kathryn Doris
Suzanne Scorfield
Professor Janet Quinn
MAPKKK-independent Regulation of the Hog1 Stress-activated Protein Kinase in Candida albicans2011
Professor Janet Quinn
Panagiota Malakasi
Dr Deborah Thomas
Jill Cheetham
Professor Brian Morgan
et al.
Two-component mediated peroxide sensing and signal transduction in fission yeast2011
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
Stress signalling to fungal stress-activated protein kinase pathways2010
Alessandra da Silva Dantas
Dr Miranda Morton
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
Thioredoxin regulates multiple hydrogen peroxide-induced signaling pathways in Candida albicans2010
Professor Janet Quinn
A proteomic analysis of the salt, cadmium and peroxide stress responses in Candida albicans and the role of the Hog1 stress-activated MAPK in regulating the stress-induced proteome2009
Professor Janet Quinn
Evolution of pathogenicity and sexual reproduction in eight Candida genomes2009
Professor Janet Quinn
Genome-wide gene expression profiling and a forward genetic screen show that differential expression of the sodium ion transporter Ena21 contributes to the differential tolerance of Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis to osmotic stress2009
Professor Janet Quinn
Nitrosative and oxidative stress responses in fungal pathogenicity2009
Professor Janet Quinn
Phylogenetic diversity of stress signalling pathways in fungi2009
Jill Cheetham
Alessandra da Silva Dantas
Dr Miranda Morton
Dr Catherine Bruce
Professor Janet Quinn
et al.
A single MAPKKK regulates the Hog1 MAPK pathway in the pathogenic fungus Candida albicans2007
Professor Janet Quinn
Role of the Hog1 stress-activated protein kinase in the global transcriptional response to stress in the fungal pathogen Candida albicans2006
Dr Elizabeth Veal
Victoria Findlay
Dr Alison Day
Stephanie Bozonet
Professor Janet Quinn
et al.
A 2-Cys peroxiredoxin regulates peroxide-induced oxidation and activation of a stress-activated MAP kinase2004
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
A conserved stress-activated protein kinase regulates a core stress response in the human pathogen Candida albicans2004
Professor Janet Quinn
Victoria Findlay
Karen Dawson
Professor Brian Morgan
Distinct Regulatory Proteins Control the Graded Transcriptional Response to Increasing H2O2 Levels in Fission Yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe2002
Professor Brian Morgan
Professor Janet Quinn
The Srk1 protein kinase is a target for the Sty1 stress-activated MAPK in fission yeast2002
Professor Janet Quinn
Professor Brian Morgan
Peroxide sensors for the fission yeast stress-activated mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway2001
Professor Janet Quinn
Professor Steve Yeaman
Specificity determinants for the pyruvate dehydrogenase component reaction mapped with mutated and prosthetic group modified lipoyl domains2000
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Professor David Jones
Professor Janet Quinn
Anna McHugh
Professor Steve Yeaman
et al.
Characterization of the autoantibody responses to recombinant E3 binding protein (protein X) of pyruvate dehydrogenase in primary biliary cirrhosis1999