Publications - Immunology, Inflammation & Infection

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YearTypeReferenceTrinity Author(s)
2011Conference PaperDorman CJ, Global regulation of gene expression: implications for horizontal gene transfer, Molecular Microbiology Meeting, Würzburg University, Germany, 2011, pp15   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperDorman CJ, Global regulation of gene expression: implications for horizontal gene transfer. , 111th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans, USA, 2011, pp2   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperDorman CJ, Kane KA, H-NS and the global control of bacterial gene expression, 2011 Congress of the International Union of Microbiological Societies, Sapporo, Japan, 2011, pp31-2   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperQuinn HJ, Dorman CJ, The ompR promoters of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli partially determine each species' differential response to pH, the Second Meeting of the Dublin Academy of Pathogenomics and Infection, Dental Hospital, Trinity College Dublin, 2011, pp14   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperCameron ADS, Dorman CJ, OmpR, FIS, and DNA supercoiling coordinate induction of Salmonella pathogenicity island (SPI)-2 and SPI-1 genes, 5th International E. coli Alliance meeting, Cancun, Mexico, 2011, pp53   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperKane KA, Dorman CJ, Rational design of new genetic switches: antagonism of H-NS mediated transcription repression, 5th International E. coli Alliance meeting, Cancun, Mexico, 2011, pp34   Dorman CJ
2011Conference PaperKröger C, Dillon SC, Cameron ADS, Hokamp K, Sittka A, Papenfort K, 
Dorman CJ, Vogel J, Hinton JCD, The transcriptional architecture of Salmonella Typhimurium SL1344, 5th International E. coli Alliance meeting, Cancun, Mexico, 2011, pp3   Dorman CJ
2011ReportDorman CJ, ASM participation in 4th FEMS Congress, Microbe, American Society for Microbiology, 9, 2011, 409-410  Dorman CJ
2011Invited TalkC Ehrhardt, Atomic force microscopy (AFM) and high content analysis (HCA) as novel tools to quantify alveolar EMT, 30th West Coast Salt and Water Club Meeting, Morro Bay, CA, 12/03/2011, 2011  Ehrhardt C
2011Invited TalkDorman CJ, Bacterial nucleoid associated proteins and global control of transcription, Institute Seminar, Institute of Microbiology and Infection, Birmingham University, UK, 2011  Dorman CJ
2011Invited TalkC Ehrhardt, Do drug transporters in the lung have an impact on respiratory drug disposition? , Medical University of Vienna, Department of Pathophysiology, Vienna, Austria, 30/09/2011, 2011  Ehrhardt C
2011Invited TalkC Ehrhardt, Expression of membrane transport proteins in the lung, 26th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for the Study of Xenobiotics, Hiroshima, Japan, 16/11/2011, 2011  Ehrhardt C
2011Invited TalkDorman CJ, Genome Structure and the Global Control of Bacterial Gene Expression, School Seminar, School of Biological Sciences, Warwick University, UK, 2011  Dorman CJ
2011Invited TalkDorman CJ, Global regulation of gene expression: an evolving picture, CLASS Seminar, Conway Centre, UCD, Dublin, 2011  Dorman CJ
2011Invited TalkFinlay DK, Cantrell DA, The role of PKB in CD8 T cells - Dogma versus Reality, . Keystone Symposia on PI-3-Kinase Signalling Pathways, Keystone, Colorado, USA, Feb, 2011  Finlay D
2011Invited TalkDorman CJ, Synthetic biology, global gene regulation and the potential for vaccine development, Seminar, Novartis Vaccines, Siena, Italy, 2011  Dorman CJ
2011Invited TalkC Ehrhardt, Understanding absorption across the pulmonary mucosa, Informa's Inhalation Drug Development, London, UK, 13/10/2011, 2011  Ehrhardt C
2011Meetings /Conferences OrganisedDorman CJ, E Calva, ASM Symposium on gene regulation, In:4th FEMS Congress of European Microbiologists, 2011, Geneva, Switzerland  Dorman CJ
2011Meetings /Conferences OrganisedDorman CJ, Complex Genetic Switches, In:IUMS 2011, 2011, Sapporo, Japan  Dorman CJ
2010Journal ArticleGARY P. MORAN, WHY CANDIDA ALBICANS FILAMENTS BETTER THAN ITS BUDDING COUSIN, EUKARYOTIC CELL, 9, (9), 2010, p1299 - 1299  Moran 

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