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1.

Direct continuous method for monitoring biofilm infection in a mouse model.

Kadurugamuwa JL, Sin L, Albert E, Yu J, Francis K, DeBoer M, Rubin M, Bellinger-Kawahara C, Parr TR Jr, Contag PR.

Infect Immun. 2003 Feb;71(2):882-90.

2.

Visualizing pneumococcal infections in the lungs of live mice using bioluminescent Streptococcus pneumoniae transformed with a novel gram-positive lux transposon.

Francis KP, Yu J, Bellinger-Kawahara C, Joh D, Hawkinson MJ, Xiao G, Purchio TF, Caparon MG, Lipsitch M, Contag PR.

Infect Immun. 2001 May;69(5):3350-8.

3.

Monitoring bioluminescent Staphylococcus aureus infections in living mice using a novel luxABCDE construct.

Francis KP, Joh D, Bellinger-Kawahara C, Hawkinson MJ, Purchio TF, Contag PR.

Infect Immun. 2000 Jun;68(6):3594-600.

5.

Phagocytosis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is mediated by human monocyte complement receptors and complement component C3.

Schlesinger LS, Bellinger-Kawahara CG, Payne NR, Horwitz MA.

J Immunol. 1990 Apr 1;144(7):2771-80.

PMID:
2108212
6.

Scrapie prion liposomes and rods exhibit target sizes of 55,000 Da.

Bellinger-Kawahara CG, Kempner E, Groth D, Gabizon R, Prusiner SB.

Virology. 1988 Jun;164(2):537-41.

PMID:
3130718
7.

Purified scrapie prions resist inactivation by procedures that hydrolyze, modify, or shear nucleic acids.

Bellinger-Kawahara C, Diener TO, McKinley MP, Groth DF, Smith DR, Prusiner SB.

Virology. 1987 Sep;160(1):271-4.

PMID:
3114950
8.

Purified scrapie prions resist inactivation by UV irradiation.

Bellinger-Kawahara C, Cleaver JE, Diener TO, Prusiner SB.

J Virol. 1987 Jan;61(1):159-66.

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