Gina P. Sloan, Ph.D.

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2007 Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
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Microbiology Biology
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Rajendar Deora grad student 2007 Wake Forest
 (A mechanistic basis for Bordetella biofilm formation: In vitro and in vivo.)
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Conover MS, Redfern CJ, Ganguly T, et al. (2012) BpsR modulates Bordetella biofilm formation by negatively regulating the expression of the Bps polysaccharide. Journal of Bacteriology. 194: 233-42
Serra DO, Conover MS, Arnal L, et al. (2011) FHA-mediated cell-substrate and cell-cell adhesions are critical for Bordetella pertussis biofilm formation on abiotic surfaces and in the mouse nose and the trachea. Plos One. 6: e28811
Waligora EA, Ramsey DM, Pryor EE, et al. (2010) AmrZ beta-sheet residues are essential for DNA binding and transcriptional control of Pseudomonas aeruginosa virulence genes. Journal of Bacteriology. 192: 5390-401
Conover MS, Sloan GP, Love CF, et al. (2010) The Bps polysaccharide of Bordetella pertussis promotes colonization and biofilm formation in the nose by functioning as an adhesin. Molecular Microbiology. 77: 1439-55
Sukumar N, Sloan GP, Conover MS, et al. (2010) Cross-species protection mediated by a Bordetella bronchiseptica strain lacking antigenic homologs present in acellular pertussis vaccines. Infection and Immunity. 78: 2008-16
Sloan GP, Love CF, Sukumar N, et al. (2007) The Bordetella Bps polysaccharide is critical for biofilm development in the mouse respiratory tract. Journal of Bacteriology. 189: 8270-6
Sukumar N, Mishra M, Sloan GP, et al. (2007) Differential Bvg phase-dependent regulation and combinatorial role in pathogenesis of two Bordetella paralogs, BipA and BcfA. Journal of Bacteriology. 189: 3695-704
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