AFC Winter 2004
Stationary phase gene expression of Mycobacterium tuberculosis following a progressive nutrient depletion: a model for persistent organisms?
Tobias Hampshire, Shamit Soneji, Joanna Bacon, Brian W James, Jason Hinds, Philip D Marsh and Philip D Butcher
Mycobacterium bovis and the Atkins diet
Lisa Keating, Paul R Wheeler, Huma Mansoor, Jackie Inwald, R Glyn Hewinson and Stephen V Gordon
The effect of treatment of latent tuberculosis infection on the frequency of M. tuberculosis specific IFN-γ producing cells
Wilkinson, KA, Kon, OM Davidson, RN, Pasvol, G., Wilkinson, R.J
How do the Rpf proteins stimulate bacterial growth?
G Mukamolova, A Ravagnani, C Finan, R Shleeva, D I Young, O A Turapov, A S Kaprelyants & M Young
Gene expression patterns in blood discriminate individuals with active, cured, recurrent or latent tuberculosis
R Mistry, CL Clayton, J Cliff, N Beyers, Y Mohamed, PA Wilson, DM Wallace, P van Helden, K Duncan and PT Lukey
Treatment of tuberculosis: time for a new paradigm?
The modulation of bovine T-cell responses by glycans of the Mycobacterium bovis antigen MPB83
AO Whelan, RG Hewinson and HM Vordermeier
Whole genome analysis of a mutant M. tuberculosis informs rational antigen discovery: Rv0251c (Acr 2) is a major target of the early human T cell response
Stewart GR, Wilkinson KA, Horner K, Newton, SM, Wain, JR, Murphy H, Dickson SJ, Young DB, Wilkinson RJ
The signal transducing activity of the M. tuberculosis chaperonin 60.1 protein is associated with the equatorial domain
Peter Tormay, Sajeda Meghji, Jon Mesher, Brian Henderson and Anthony R. M. Coates
Fructose bisphosphatase in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex – the missing link in central metabolism
Farah Movahedzadeh, Stuart Rison, Neil Stoker and Paul Wheeler