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Directed two-hybrid screening of Vaccinia virus-human protein interactionVacciniaProtein interaction2NA2009-06-29
Description: Directed two-hybrid screening of Francisella tularensis-human protein interactions. The latest analysis is available on the FTP site.Mus musculusProtein interaction3NA2009-06-29
Changes to plasma membrane proteins following Brucella infection of mouse macrophagesBrucella abortusMass spectrometry2NA2009-06-10
Systematic protein interaction screening of the unique variola virus proteome by using yeast 2-hybrid screening against a variety of human cDNA libraries.VariolaProtein interaction2194516332009-05-18
Polyclonal antibodies were generated against selected proteins from Toxoplasma gondii and Cryptosporidium parvum. (Pathogen data)Cryptosporidium parvumMass spectrometry2NA2009-04-07
Characterization of peptides presented by MHC II following infection of mouse macrophages with Brucella abortusBrucella abortusMass spectrometry2NA2009-03-30
Characterization of peptides presented by MHC I following infection of mouse macrophages with Brucella abortusBrucella abortusMass spectrometry8NA2009-03-30
Global systems-level analysis of Hfq and SmpB deletion mutants in Salmonella: implications for virulence and global protein translation.Salmonella typhimuriumMass spectrometry18192772082009-03-11
Global systems-level analysis of Hfq and SmpB deletion mutants in Salmonella: implications for virulence and global protein translation.Salmonella typhimuriumMicroarray12192772082009-03-11
Description: Directed two-hybrid screening of Yersinia pestis-human protein interaction. The latest analysis is available on the FTP site.Yersinia pestis KIMProtein interaction3NA2009-03-03
The full-length ORF of Vibrio cholerae cloned into the expression vector pANT7_cGSTVibrio cholerae serotype O1 biotype ElTor strain N16961Clone1183375082009-03-01
The full-length ORF of Vibrio cholerae cloned into the entry vector pDonr221Vibrio cholerae serotype O1 biotype ElTor strain N16961Clone1183375082009-03-01
Peptides differentially expressed over the infection timecourse of the wild type B. abortus 2308 and the attenuated S19.Brucella abortusMass spectrometry8192165362009-03-01
Changes to phagosome proteins following Brucella infectionBrucella abortusMass spectrometry16NA2009-02-26
Peptides of inert particle-containing phagosomes of macrophage RAW264 differentially expressed over the timecourseBrucella abortusMass spectrometry12NA2009-02-26
Using the histidine-biotin-histidine (HBH) tag approach for rapid label-free application to investigate protein¿protein interactions in Salmonella typhimuriumSalmonella typhimuriumProtein interaction1NA2009-02-17
PNNL constructed in-frame non-polar deletions of 84 regulators thought to play a role in Salmonella typhimurium virulence and tested them for virulence.Salmonella typhimuriumMass spectrometry130NA2009-02-11
To identify protein biomarkers in the bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) from macaques during Monkeypox infection and identify protein expression changes in HeLa cells during Monkeypox infection.MonkeypoxMass spectrometry3NA2009-02-11
Description: A combined bioinformatics and mass spectrometry approach was used for validation of gene predictions and to improve genome annotation. Earlier and later analyses are available on the FTP site. (Pathogen data)Toxoplasma gondiiMass spectrometry3190652622008-12-09
To gain insight into the basis of Brucella virulence, we have performed a high resolution quantitative comparison of cytosolic proteins from virulent B. abortus (2308), bvrR- (65.21) and bvrS- (2.13) avirulent mutants, and a reconstituted virulent bvrR+ (bvrR-/pbvrR+) strain (64.21p).Brucella abortusMass spectrometry8NA2008-12-08
Closest conformer for Nsp3 of SARS coronavirus ¿ Residues 527-651Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1190520852008-12-03
Closest conformer for Nsp3 of SARS coronavirus ¿ Residues 513-651Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1190520852008-12-03
NMR structure for Nsp3 of SARS coronavirus ¿Residues 527-651Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1190520852008-12-03
NMR structure for Nsp3 of SARS coronavirus ¿Residues 513-651Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1190520852008-12-03
The idea is to examine the host response to infection and find unknown virulence factors as well as potential intervention targets. The detailed molecular events leading to the establishment of infection by B. anthracis will provide a clear picture of the basic mechanism of anthrax pathogenesis.Mus musculusMass spectrometry16NA2008-09-08
Proteomic analysis of a knockout mutant of the SsrB gene from Salmonella typhimurium strain 14028. SsrB is part of a two component (SsrA-SsrB) response regulatory system. A number of different methods for evaluating abundance level information from the mass spectrometer were used, but the data delivered were from the more common LC-MS(/MS) based proteomics. (Pathogen data)Salmonella typhimuriumMass spectrometry1NA2008-08-07
Random two-hybrid screening of Y. pestis-human protein interactionsYersinia pestis KIMProtein interaction2NA2008-04-04
Random two-hybrid screening of B. anthracis-human protein interactionsHomo sapiensProtein interaction2NA2008-04-04
Random two-hybrid screening of Francisella tularensis-human protein interactionsHomo sapiensProtein interaction2NA2008-04-04
Comparative proteomics of human monkeypox and vaccinia intracellular mature and extracellular enveloped virions (Host and Pathogen data)VacciniaMass spectrometry1718205298 2008-01-19
Towards a comprehensive proteomics analysis of the S. typhi strain Ty2, PNNL employed a bottom-up proteomics approach using mass spectrometry to identify peptides derived from enzymatically digested proteins. (Pathogen data)Salmonella typhiMass spectrometry12182534902007-11-27
Application of plasma membrane isolation methods to RAW264 macrophages (Host data)Mus musculusMass spectrometry1NA2007-10-10
Development of J774 plasma membrane isolation methods (Host data)Brucella abortusMass spectrometry2NA2007-09-17
nsp3a domain of nsp3, mean NMR structure (entry 2)Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1177282342007-08-29
nsp3a domain of nsp3 NMR structureSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1177282342007-08-29
Use of custom B. anthracis microarrays to characterize the expression patterns occurring within intracellular bacteria throughout infection of the host phagocyteMus musculusMicroarray12174705452007-07-01
Epigenomic modifications predict active promoters and gene structure in Toxoplasma gondii. The epigenetic organization and transcription patterns of a contiguous 1% of the T. gondii genome were characterized using custom oligonucleotide microarraysToxoplasma gondiiMicroarray1175593022007-06-01
Characterization of host and pathogen proteins affected by Brucella abortus infection.Brucella abortusMass spectrometry2NA2007-05-03
Description: A combined bioinformatics and mass spectrometry approach was used for validation of gene predictions and to improve genome annotation. Earlier and later analyses are available on the FTP site. (Pathogen data)Cryptosporidium parvumMass spectrometry2NA2007-04-17
The crystal structure of monomeric nsp15Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1174091502007-04-04
nsp1 NMR structure (entry 2) Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1172022082007-04-01
nsp1 mean NMR structureSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1172022082007-04-01
To gain insight into the basis of Brucellavirulence, which is linked to the outer membrane (OM) andrequires a functional BvrR/BvrS, we have performed a highresolutionquantitative proteomic study of OMF from virulent dataB. abortus, bvrR-, and bvrS- avirulent mutants, and a reconstitutedvirulent bvrR+ (bvrR-/pbvrR+) strain.Brucella abortusMass spectrometry4173434052007-04-01
The global transcriptional responses of Bacillus anthracis Sterne (34F2) and aDelta sodA1 mutant to paraquat reveal metal ion homeostasis imbalances duringendogenous superoxide stressBacillus anthracisMicroarray6173841972007-03-23
N Protein, N-terminal RNA-binding domain (Sars9a), 1.85 A (cubic)Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1172296912007-01-17
N Protein, N-terminal RNA-binding domain (Sars9a), 1.17 A (monoclinic)Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1172296912007-01-17
Targeted protein degradation by Salmonella under phagosome-mimicking culture conditions investigated using comparative peptidomics. (Pathogen data)Salmonella typhimuriumMass spectrometry16172280562007-01-16
Description: Directed two-hybrid screening of Bacillus anthracis-human protein interaction. The latest analysis is available on the FTP site.Bacillus anthracisProtein interaction3NA2007-01-01
Use of a custom B. anthracis GeneChip in defining the gene expression patterns that occur throughout the entire life cycle in vitroBacillus anthracisMicroarray18169238762006-09-01
Microarray analyses were conducted to evaluate the global transcriptional response of Bacillus anthracis grown with minimum medium and polyamineBacillus anthracisMicroarray1169238762006-09-01
Proteomics identification of new colonization and virulence factors that mediate STM pathogenesis (Host and Pathogen data)Mus musculusMass spectrometry24168938882006-08-07
nsp10 structureSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1168732462006-08-01
Salmonella typhimurium proteins expressed in different patterns under specific growth conditions and between different strains.Salmonella typhimuriumMass spectrometry15182534902006-05-08
nsp3 papain-like protease (PLP) domainSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1165819102006-04-11
The full-length ORF of B. anthracis cloned into the entry vector pDonr221Bacillus anthracisClone1NA2006-02-02
nsp7 NMR structureSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1161889922005-11-01
nsp3 ADRP domainSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoronavirusStructure1162718902005-10-01
Murine Macrophage Transcriptional Responses to Bacillus anthracis Infection and IntoxicationMus musculus; Bacillus anthracisMicroarray14156649512005-02-01