Robert T. Glover

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Legionella pneumophila, the causative agent of Legionnaires' disease, evades phago-lysosome fusion in mammalian and protozoan hosts to create a suitable niche for intracellular replication. To modulate vesicle trafficking pathways, L. pneumophila translocates effector proteins into eukaryotic cells through a Type IVB macro-molecular transport system called(More)
Phosphate import is required for the growth of mycobacteria and is regulated by environmental inorganic phosphate (P(i)) concentrations, although the mechanism of this regulation has not been characterized. The expression of genes involved in P(i) acquisition is frequently regulated by two-component regulatory systems (2CRs) consisting of a sensor histidine(More)
The COOH-terminal domain of the NR2D subunit of the NMDA receptor contains proline-rich regions that show striking homology to sequences known to bind to Src homology 3 (SH3) domains. To determine whether the proline-rich region of the NR2D subunit interacts with specific SH3 domains, in vitro SH3 domain binding assays were performed. A proline-rich(More)
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