Angela H Nobbs
Affiliation: University of Bristol
- Heterologous expression of Candida albicans cell wall-associated adhesins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Reveals differential specificities in adherence and biofilm formation and in binding oral Streptococcus gordoniiAngela H Nobbs
University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Eukaryot Cell 9:1622-34. 2010..albicans with host and bacterial molecules, thus leading to effective colonization within polymicrobial communities...
- Interaction of Candida albicans cell wall Als3 protein with Streptococcus gordonii SspB adhesin promotes development of mixed-species communitiesRichard J Silverman
School of Oral and Dental Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Infect Immun 78:4644-52. 2010..These results show that recognition of C. albicans by S. gordonii involves Als3 protein-SspB protein interaction, defining a novel mechanism in fungal-bacterial communication...
- Streptococcus gordonii modulates Candida albicans biofilm formation through intergeneric communicationCaroline V Bamford
Department of Oral and Dental Science, University of Bristol, Bristol BS1 2LY, United Kingdom
Infect Immun 77:3696-704. 2009..Thus, bacteria may play a significant role in modulating Candida carriage and infection processes in the oral cavity...
- Streptococcus adherence and colonizationAngela H Nobbs
Oral Microbiology Unit, Department of Oral and Dental Science, University of Bristol, Bristol BS1 2LY, United Kingdom
Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 73:407-50, Table of Contents. 2009..There is, therefore, much focus on applying increasingly advanced molecular techniques to determine the precise structures and functions of these proteins, and their regulatory pathways, so that more targeted approaches can be developed...
- The AgI/II family adhesin AspA is required for respiratory infection by Streptococcus pyogenesLinda Franklin
Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom
PLoS ONE 8:e62433. 2013..Expression of AspA in the surrogate host Lactococcus lactis protected bacteria from phagocytosis. Our results suggest that AspA has an essential role in respiratory infection, and may function as a novel anti-phagocytic factor...