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2020

McPhillie, Martin J and Zhou, Ying and Hickman, Mark R and Gordon, James A. and Weber, Christopher R. and Li, Qigui and Lee, Patty J. and Amporndanai, Kangsa and Johnson, Rachel M. and Darby, Heather and Woods, Stuart and Li, Zhu-hong and Priestley, Richard S. and Ristroph, Kurt D. and Biering, Scott B. and El Bissati, Kamal and Hwang, Seungmin and Hakim, Farida Esaa and Dovgin, Sarah M. and Lykins, Joseph D. and Roberts, Lucy and Hargrave, Kerrie and Cong, Hua and Sinai, Anthony P. and Muench, Stephen P. and Dubey, Jitender P. and Prud'homme, Robert K. and Lorenzi, Hernan A. and Biagini, Giancarlo A. and Moreno, Silvia N. and Roberts, Craig W. and Antonyuk, Svetlana V. and Fishwick, Colin W. G. and McLeod, Rima (2020) Potent tetrahydroquinolone eliminates apicomplexan parasites. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology : Parasite and Host, 10. 203. ISSN 2235-2988

2019

Hargrave, Kerrie E. and Woods, Stuart and Millington, Owain and Chalmers, Susan and Westrop, Gareth D. and Roberts, Craig W. (2019) Multi-omics studies demonstrate Toxoplasma gondii-induced metabolic reprogramming of murine dendritic cells. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology : Parasite and Host, 9. 309. ISSN 2235-2988

2018

Lykins, Joseph D. and Filippova, Ekaterina V. and Halavaty, Andrei S. and Minasova, George and Zhou, Ying and Dubrovska, Ievgeniia and Flores, Kristin J. and Shuvalova, Ludmilla A. and Ruan, Jiapeng and El Bissati, Kamal and Dovgin, Sarah and Roberts, Craig W. and Woods, Stuart and Moulton, Jon D. and Moulton, Hong and McPhillie, Martin J. and Muench, Stephen P. and Fishwick, Colin W. G. and Sabini, Elisabetta and Shanmugam, Dhanasekaran and Roos, David S. and McLeod, Rima and Anderson, Wayne F. and Ngô, Huân M (2018) CSGID solves structures and identifies phenotypes for five enzymes in Toxoplasma gondii. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology : Parasite and Host, 8. 352.

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