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McNabe M, Tennant R, Danelishvili L, Young L, Bermudez LE. 2011. Mycobacterium avium ssp. hominissuis biofilm is composed of distinct phenotypes and influenced by the presence of antimicrobials.. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. 17(5):697-703.
Jha SS, Danelishvili L, Wagner D, Maser J, Li Y-jun, Moric I, Vogt S, Yamazaki Y, Lai B, Bermudez LE. 2010. Virulence-related Mycobacterium avium subsp hominissuis MAV_2928 gene is associated with vacuole remodeling in macrophages.. BMC microbiology. 10:100.
Harriff MJ, Danelishvili L, Wu M, Wilder C, McNamara M, Kent ML, Bermudez LE. 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(4):1132-42.
Bermudez LE, Motamedi N, Chee C, Baimukanova G, Kolonoski P, Inderlied C, Aralar P, Wang G, Phan LT, Young LS. 2007. EDP-420, a bicyclolide (bridged bicyclic macrolide), is active against Mycobacterium avium.. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy. 51(5):1666-70.
Danelishvili L, Wu M, Stang BV, Harriff M, Cirillo SLG, Cirillo S, Cirillo JD, Cirillo J, Bildfell RJ, Arbogast B et al.. 2007. Identification of Mycobacterium avium pathogenicity island important for macrophage and amoeba infection.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104(26):11038-43.