Juan Anguita

University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, United States 
Immunology, Microbiology Biology, Molecular Biology
"Juan Anguita"
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Chalaem P, Chusri S, Fernandez S, et al. (2016) Characterization of a Chikungunya virus strain isolated from banked patients' sera. Virology Journal. 13: 150
Smith AA, Navasa N, Yang X, et al. (2016) Cross-Species Interferon Signaling Boosts Microbicidal Activity within the Tick Vector. Cell Host & Microbe
Champagne DP, Hatle KM, Fortner KA, et al. (2016) Fine-Tuning of CD8(+) T Cell Mitochondrial Metabolism by the Respiratory Chain Repressor MCJ Dictates Protection to Influenza Virus. Immunity
Hawley KL, Olson CM, Carreras-González A, et al. (2015) Serum C3 Enhances Complement Receptor 3-Mediated Phagocytosis of Borrelia burgdorferi. International Journal of Biological Sciences. 11: 1269-71
Navasa N, Martin-Ruiz I, Atondo E, et al. (2015) Ikaros mediates the DNA methylation-independent silencing of MCJ/DNAJC15 gene expression in macrophages. Scientific Reports. 5: 14692
Navasa N, Martín I, Iglesias-Pedraz JM, et al. (2015) Regulation of oxidative stress by methylation-controlled J protein controls macrophage responses to inflammatory insults. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 211: 135-45
Sprong H, Trentelman J, Seemann I, et al. (2014) ANTIDotE: anti-tick vaccines to prevent tick-borne diseases in Europe. Parasites & Vectors. 7: 77
Hawley KL, Martín-Ruiz I, Iglesias-Pedraz JM, et al. (2013) CD14 targets complement receptor 3 to lipid rafts during phagocytosis of Borrelia burgdorferi. International Journal of Biological Sciences. 9: 803-10
Hatle KM, Gummadidala P, Navasa N, et al. (2013) MCJ/DnaJC15, an endogenous mitochondrial repressor of the respiratory chain that controls metabolic alterations. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 33: 2302-14
Kung F, Anguita J, Pal U. (2013) Borrelia burgdorferi and tick proteins supporting pathogen persistence in the vector. Future Microbiology. 8: 41-56
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