Andrew R. Flannery, Ph.D.

2005 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Tom Hall Stevens grad student 2005 University of Oregon
 (Characterization of the structure and regulation of the vacuolar H+-ATPase.)
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Renberg RL, Yuan X, Samuel TK, et al. (2015) The Heme Transport Capacity of LHR1 Determines the Extent of Virulence in Leishmania amazonensis. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases. 9: e0003804
Wu D, Flannery AR, Cai H, et al. (2014) Nuclear localization signal deletion mutants of lamin A and progerin reveal insights into lamin A processing and emerin targeting. Nucleus (Austin, Tex.). 5: 66-74
Ben-Othman R, Flannery AR, Miguel DC, et al. (2014) Leishmania-mediated inhibition of iron export promotes parasite replication in macrophages. Plos Pathogens. 10: e1003901
Tam C, Flannery AR, Andrews N. (2013) Live imaging assay for assessing the roles of Ca2+ and sphingomyelinase in the repair of pore-forming toxin wounds. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e50531
Flannery AR, Renberg RL, Andrews NW. (2013) Pathways of iron acquisition and utilization in Leishmania. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 16: 716-21
Miguel DC, Flannery AR, Mittra B, et al. (2013) Heme uptake mediated by LHR1 is essential for Leishmania amazonensis virulence. Infection and Immunity. 81: 3620-6
Fernandes MC, Flannery AR, Andrews N, et al. (2013) Extracellular amastigotes of Trypanosoma cruzi are potent inducers of phagocytosis in mammalian cells. Cellular Microbiology. 15: 977-91
Flannery AR, Huynh C, Mittra B, et al. (2011) LFR1 ferric iron reductase of Leishmania amazonensis is essential for the generation of infective parasite forms. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286: 23266-79
Fernandes MC, Cortez M, Flannery AR, et al. (2011) Trypanosoma cruzi subverts the sphingomyelinase-mediated plasma membrane repair pathway for cell invasion. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 208: 909-21
Flannery AR, Czibener C, Andrews NW. (2010) Palmitoylation-dependent association with CD63 targets the Ca2+ sensor synaptotagmin VII to lysosomes. The Journal of Cell Biology. 191: 599-613
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