Agnes Foeglein

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Mammalian cells deploy autophagy to defend their cytosol against bacterial invaders. Anti-bacterial autophagy relies on the core autophagy machinery, cargo receptors, and "eat-me" signals such as galectin-8 and ubiquitin that label bacteria as autophagy cargo. Anti-bacterial autophagy also requires the kinase TBK1, whose role in autophagy has remained(More)
Carman. 2011b. Population exposure to a novel influenza A virus over three waves of infection. 2011. The best practice for preparation of samples from FTA(R)cards for diagnosis of blood borne infections using African trypanosomes as a model system. Host inhibits replication of European porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in macrophages by(More)
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