Simon L. Newman

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 
Cell Biology, Microbiology Biology, Immunology, Molecular Biology
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Newman SL, Smulian AG. (2013) Iron uptake and virulence in Histoplasma capsulatum. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 16: 700-7
Feng X, Krishnan K, Richie DL, et al. (2011) HacA-independent functions of the ER stress sensor IreA synergize with the canonical UPR to influence virulence traits in Aspergillus fumigatus. Plos Pathogens. 7: e1002330
Hilty J, George Smulian A, Newman SL. (2011) Histoplasma capsulatum utilizes siderophores for intracellular iron acquisition in macrophages. Medical Mycology. 49: 633-42
Newman SL, Lemen W, Smulian AG. (2011) Dendritic cells restrict the transformation of Histoplasma capsulatum conidia into yeasts. Medical Mycology. 49: 356-64
Gomez FJ, Pilcher-Roberts R, Alborzi A, et al. (2008) Histoplasma capsulatum cyclophilin A mediates attachment to dendritic cell VLA-5. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 181: 7106-14
Hilty J, Smulian AG, Newman SL. (2008) The Histoplasma capsulatum vacuolar ATPase is required for iron homeostasis, intracellular replication in macrophages and virulence in a murine model of histoplasmosis. Molecular Microbiology. 70: 127-39
Newman SL, Gootee L, Hilty J, et al. (2006) Human macrophages do not require phagosome acidification to mediate fungistatic/fungicidal activity against Histoplasma capsulatum. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 176: 1806-13
Gildea LA, Ciraolo GM, Morris RE, et al. (2005) Human dendritic cell activity against Histoplasma capsulatum is mediated via phagolysosomal fusion. Infection and Immunity. 73: 6803-11
Newman SL. (2005) Interaction of Histoplasma capsulatum with human macrophages, dendritic cells, and neutrophils. Methods in Molecular Medicine. 118: 181-91
Newman SL, Bhugra B, Holly A, et al. (2005) Enhanced killing of Candida albicans by human macrophages adherent to type 1 collagen matrices via induction of phagolysosomal fusion. Infection and Immunity. 73: 770-7
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