Michael J. McNamara, Ph.D.

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2012 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
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Molecular Biology, Microbiology Biology
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Luiz E. Bermudez grad student 2012 Oregon State
 (Surface-Exposed Proteins in the Pathogenesis of Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis.)
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McNamara M, Tzeng SC, Maier C, et al. (2013) Surface-exposed proteins of pathogenic mycobacteria and the role of cu-zn superoxide dismutase in macrophages and neutrophil survival. Proteome Science. 11: 45
Silva CA, Danelishvili L, McNamara M, et al. (2013) Interaction of Mycobacterium leprae with human airway epithelial cells: adherence, entry, survival, and identification of potential adhesins by surface proteome analysis. Infection and Immunity. 81: 2645-59
McNamara M, Tzeng SC, Maier C, et al. (2012) Surface proteome of "Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis" during the early stages of macrophage infection. Infection and Immunity. 80: 1868-80
McNamara M, Danelishvili L, Bermudez LE. (2012) The Mycobacterium avium ESX-5 PPE protein, PPE25-MAV, interacts with an ESAT-6 family Protein, MAV_2921, and localizes to the bacterial surface. Microbial Pathogenesis. 52: 227-38
Danelishvili L, Everman JL, McNamara MJ, et al. (2011) Inhibition of the Plasma-Membrane-Associated Serine Protease Cathepsin G by Mycobacterium tuberculosis Rv3364c Suppresses Caspase-1 and Pyroptosis in Macrophages. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2: 281
Harriff MJ, Danelishvili L, Wu M, et al. (2009) Mycobacterium avium genes MAV_5138 and MAV_3679 are transcriptional regulators that play a role in invasion of epithelial cells, in part by their regulation of CipA, a putative surface protein interacting with host cell signaling pathways. Journal of Bacteriology. 191: 1132-42
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