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    1. Chen, I; Gotschlich, EC
      ComE, a competence protein from Neisseria gonorrhoeae with DNA-binding activity

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    2. Yates, E; Gao, LH; Woodcock, N; Parsons, N; Cole, J; Smith, H
      In a medium containing glucose, lactate carbon is incorporated by gonococci predominantly into fatty acids and glucose carbon incorporation is increased: implications regarding lactate stimulation of metabolism

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Smith, H
      Questions about the behaviour of bacterial pathogens in vivo

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Gao, LH; Linden, L; Parsons, NJ; Cole, JA; Smith, H
      Uptake of metabolites by gonococci grown with lactate in a medium containing glucose: evidence for a surface location of the sialyltransferase

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    5. Hill, SA
      Opa expression correlates with elevated transformation rates in Neisseria gonorrhoeae

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    6. Bauer, FJ; Rudel, T; Stein, M; Meyer, TF
      Mutagenesis of the Neisseria gonorrhoeae porin reduces invasion in epithelial cells and enhances phagocyte responsiveness

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Hill, SA
      Cell to cell transmission of donor DNA overcomes differential incorporation of non-homologous and homologous markers in Neisseria gonorrhoeae

      GENE
    8. Johnston, DM; Cannon, JG
      Construction of mutant strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae lacking new antibiotic resistance markers using a two gene cassette with positive and negative selection

      GENE
    9. Johannsen, DB; Johnston, DM; Koymen, HO; Cohen, MS; Cannon, JG
      A Neisseria gonorrhoeae immunoglobulin A1 protease mutant is infectious inthe human challenge model of urethral infection

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    10. Regan, T; Watts, A; Smith, H; Cole, J
      Regulation of the lipopolysaccharide-specific sialyltransferase activity of gonococci by the growth state of the bacteria, but not by carbon source, catabolite repression or oxygen supply

      ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL AND MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Radlinska, M; Piekarowicz, A
      Cloning and characterization of the gene encoding a new DNA methyltransferase from Neisseria gonorrhoeae

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. VEAL WL; YELLEN A; BALTHAZAR JT; PAN WB; SPRATT BG; SHAFER WM
      LOSS-OF-FUNCTION MUTATIONS IN THE MTR EFFLUX SYSTEM OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Microbiology
    13. MASON PR; GWANZURA L; LATIF AS; MAROWA E; RAY S; KATZENSTEIN DA
      ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN GONOCOCCI ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS AND FROMCOMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN HARARE, ZIMBABWE

      International journal of antimicrobial agents
    14. MANNING DS; RESCHKE DK; JUDD RC
      OMP85 PROTEINS OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE AND NEISSERIA-MENINGITIDIS ARE SIMILAR TO HAEMOPHILUS-INFLUENZAE D-15-AG AND PASTEURELLA-MULTOCIDA OMA87

      Microbial pathogenesis
    15. LASKOS L; DILLARD JP; SEIFERT HS; FYFE JAM; DAVIES JK
      THE PATHOGENIC NEISSERIAE CONTAIN AN INACTIVE RPON GENE AND DO NOT UTILIZE THE PILE SIGMA(54) PROMOTER

      Gene
    16. HAUCK CR; MEYER TF; LANG F; GULBINS E
      CD66-MEDIATED PHAGOCYTOSIS OF OPA(52) NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE REQUIRES A SRC-LIKE TYROSINE KINASE-DEPENDENT AND RAC1-DEPENDENT SIGNALING PATHWAY

      EMBO journal
    17. BOS MP; KUROKI M; KROPWATOREK A; HOGAN D; BELLAND RJ
      CD66 RECEPTOR SPECIFICITY EXHIBITED BY NEISSERIAL OPA VARIANTS CONTROLLED BY PROTEIN DETERMINANTS IN CD66 N-DOMAINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. SERKIN CD; SEIFERT HS
      FREQUENCY OF PILIN ANTIGENIC VARIATION IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Journal of bacteriology
    19. CHAUSSEE MS; HILL SA
      FORMATION OF SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA DURING DNA TRANSFORMATION OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Journal of bacteriology
    20. FERREIRA E; LOURO D; GOMES JP; CATRY MA; VAZPATO MV
      HIGH-LEVEL TETRACYCLINE RESISTANT NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE ISOLATED IN PORTUGAL

      Pathologie et biologie
    21. GRAYOWEN SD; DEHIO C; HAUDE A; GRUNERT F; MEYER TF
      CD66 CARCINOEMBRYONIC ANTIGENS MEDIATE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN OPA-EXPRESSING NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE AND HUMAN POLYMORPHONUCLEAR PHAGOCYTES

      EMBO journal
    22. VANDUYNHOVEN YTHP; VANKLINGEREN B; VANSANTENVERHEUVEL MG; VANDERMEIJDEN WI; VANDELAAR MJW
      MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INFECTIONS WITH NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE AMONGVISITORS TO A SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASES CLINIC

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    23. CHENIA HY; PILLAY B; HOOSEN AA; PILLAY D
      ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERNS AND PLASMID PROFILES OF PENICILLINASE-PRODUCING NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE STRAINS IN DURBAN, SOUTH-AFRICA, 1990-1993

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    24. MELLIES J; JOSE J; MEYER TF
      THE NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE GENE ANIA ENCODES AN INDUCIBLE NITRITE REDUCTASE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    25. MELLIES J; RUDEL T; MEYER TF
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF PILC2 IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE - RESPONSE TO OXYGEN AVAILABILITY AND EVIDENCE FOR GROWTH-PHASE REGULATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    26. HARNETT N; BROWN S; TERRO R; KRISHNAN C; PAUZE R; YEUNG KH
      HIGH-LEVEL TETRACYCLINE-RESISTANT NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE IN ONTARIO, CANADA - INVESTIGATION OF A CLUSTER OF ISOLATES, SHOWING CHROMOSOMALLY MEDIATED RESISTANCE TO PENICILLIN COMBINED WITH PLASMID-MEDIATED RESISTANCE TO TETRACYCLINE

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    27. HAUCK CR; LORENZEN D; SAAS J; MEYER TF
      AN IN-VITRO DIFFERENTIATED HUMAN CELL-LINE AS A MODEL SYSTEM TO STUDYTHE INTERACTION OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE WITH PHAGOCYTIC-CELLS

      Infection and immunity
    28. DUENSING TD; VANPUTTEN JPM
      VITRONECTIN MEDIATES INTERNALIZATION OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE BY CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS

      Infection and immunity
    29. BOS MP; HOGAN D; BELLAND RJ
      SELECTION OF OPA(-GONORRHOEAE BY LIMITED AVAILABILITY OF NORMAL HUMANSERUM() NEISSERIA)

      Infection and immunity
    30. HAUCK CR; MEYER TF
      THE LYSOSOMAL PHAGOSOMAL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN H-LAMP-1 IS A TARGET OF THEIGA1 PROTEASE OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE/

      FEBS letters
    31. BOYLEVAVRA S; SEIFERT HS
      UPTAKE-SEQUENCE-INDEPENDENT DNA TRANSFORMATION EXISTS IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Microbiology
    32. MERZ AJ; RIFENBERY DB; ARVIDSON CG; SO M
      TRAVERSAL OF A POLARIZED EPITHELIUM BY PATHOGENIC NEISSERIAE - FACILITATION BY TYPE-IV PILI AND MAINTENANCE OF EPITHELIAL BARRIER FUNCTION

      Molecular medicine
    33. VIRJI M; MAKEPEACE K; FERGUSON DJP; WATT SM
      CARCINOEMBRYONIC ANTIGENS (CD66) ON EPITHELIAL-CELLS AND NEUTROPHILS ARE RECEPTORS FOR OPA PROTEINS OF PATHOGENIC NEISSERIAE

      Molecular microbiology
    34. HOWELLADAMS B; WAINWRIGHT LA; SEIFERT HS
      THE SIZE AND POSITION OF HETEROLOGOUS INSERTIONS IN A SILENT LOCUS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECT PILIN RECOMBINATION IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Molecular microbiology
    35. HILL SA
      LIMITED VARIATION AND MAINTENANCE OF TIGHT GENETIC-LINKAGE CHARACTERIZE HETEROALLELIC PILE RECOMBINATION FOLLOWING DNA TRANSFORMATION OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Molecular microbiology
    36. PARSONS NJ; EMOND JP; GOLDNER M; BRAMLEY J; CROOKE H; COLE JA; SMITH H
      LACTATE ENHANCEMENT OF SIALYLATION OF GONOCOCCAL LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE AND OF INDUCTION OF SERUM RESISTANCE BY CMP-NANA IS NOT DUE TO DIRECT ACTIVATION OF THE SIALYLTRANSFERASE - METABOLIC EVENTS ARE INVOLVED

      Microbial pathogenesis
    37. PARSONS NJ; BOONS GJ; ASHTON PR; REDFERN PD; QUIRK P; GAO Y; CONSTANTINIDOU C; PATEL J; BRAMLEY J; COLE JA; SMITH H
      LACTIC-ACID IS THE FACTOR IN BLOOD-CELL EXTRACTS WHICH ENHANCES THE ABILITY OF CMP-NANA TO SIALYLATE GONOCOCCAL LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE AND INDUCE SERUM RESISTANCE

      Microbial pathogenesis
    38. KAM KM; WONG PW; CHEUNG MM; HO NKY
      DETECTION OF QUINOLONE-RESISTANT NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    39. SCHNEIDER H; SCHMIDT KA; SKILLMAN DR; VANDEVERG L; WARREN RL; WYLIE HJ; SADOFF JC; DEAL CD; CROSS AS
      SIALYLATION LESSENS THE INFECTIVITY OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE MS11MKC

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    40. QU XD; HARWIG SSL; OREN A; SHAFER WM; LEHRER RI
      SUSCEPTIBILITY OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE TO PROTEGRINS

      Infection and immunity
    41. HEINE RP; ELKINS C; WYRICK PB; SPARLING PF
      TRANSFERRIN INCREASES ADHERENCE OF IRON-DEPRIVED NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE TO HUMAN ENDOMETRIAL CELLS

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    42. SHAFER WM; BALTHAZAR JT; HAGMAN KE; MORSE SA
      MISSENSE MUTATIONS THAT ALTER THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE MTRR PROTEIN OCCUR FREQUENTLY IN RECTAL ISOLATES OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE THAT ARE RESISTANT TO FECAL LIPIDS

      Microbiology
    43. HAGMAN KE; PAN WB; SPRATT BG; BALTHAZAR JT; JUDD RC; SHAFER WM
      RESISTANCE OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE TO ANTIMICROBIAL HYDROPHOBIC AGENTS IS MODULATED BY THE MTRRCDE EFFLUX SYSTEM

      Microbiology
    44. VANPUTTEN JPM; ROBERTSON BD
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR INFECTION OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE VARIATION IN NEISSERIA

      Molecular microbiology
    45. PIEKAROWICZ A; STEIN DC
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE FROMNEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Gene
    46. KAM KM; LO KK; HO NKY; CHEUNG MM
      RAPID DECLINE IN PENICILLINASE-PRODUCING NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE IN HONG-KONG ASSOCIATED WITH EMERGING 4-FLUOROQUINOLONE RESISTANCE

      Genitourinary medicine
    47. TANAKA M; MATSUMOTO T; KOBAYASHI I; UCHINO U; KUMAZAWA J
      EMERGENCE OF IN-VITRO RESISTANCE TO FLUOROQUINOLONES IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE ISOLATED IN JAPAN

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    48. ISENBERG SJ; APT L; WOOD M
      A CONTROLLED TRIAL OF POVIDONE-IODINE AS PROPHYLAXIS AGAINST OPHTHALMIA NEONATORUM

      The New England journal of medicine
    49. CUNDELL DR; WEISER JN; SHEN J; YOUNG A; TUOMANEN EI
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COLONIAL MORPHOLOGY AND ADHERENCE OF STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE

      Infection and immunity
    50. EMOND JP; DUBLANCHET A; GOLDNER M
      KINETICS OF CONVERSION OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE TO RESISTANCE TO COMPLEMENT BY CYTIDINE 5'-MONOPHOSPHO-N-ACETYL NEURAMINIC ACID

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    51. ELKINS C; BARKLEY KB; CARBONETTI NH; COIMBRE AJ; SPARLING PF
      IMMUNOBIOLOGY OF PURIFIED RECOMBINANT OUTER-MEMBRANE PORIN PROTEIN-I OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Molecular microbiology
    52. PARSONS NJ; CONSTANTINIDOU C; COLE JA; SMITH H
      SIALYLATION OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE BY CMP-NANA IN VIABLE GONOCOCCI IS ENHANCED BY LOW M(R) MATERIAL RELEASED FROM BLOOD-CELL EXTRACTS BUT NOT BY SOME UDP SUGARS

      Microbial pathogenesis
    53. MCNEIL G; VIRJI M; MOXON ER
      INTERACTIONS OF NEISSERIA-MENINGITIDIS WITH HUMAN MONOCYTES

      Microbial pathogenesis
    54. TANAKA M; FUKUDA H; HIRAI K; HOSAKA M; MATSUMOTO T; KUMAZAWA J
      REDUCED UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF NORFLOXACIN IN RESISTANT STRAINS OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE ISOLATED IN JAPAN

      Genitourinary medicine
    55. TANAKA M; KUMAZAWA J; MATSUMOTO T; KOBAYASHI I
      HIGH PREVALENCE OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE STRAINS WITH REDUCED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO FLUOROQUINOLONES IN JAPAN

      Genitourinary medicine
    56. ECHOLS RM; HEYD A; OKEEFFE BJ; SCHACHT P
      SINGLE-DOSE CIPROFLOXACIN FOR THE TREATMENT OF UNCOMPLICATED GONORRHEA - A WORLDWIDE SUMMARY

      Sexually transmitted diseases
    57. WRIGHT CJ; JERSE AE; COHEN MS; CANNON JG; STEVEN HS
      NONREPRESENTATIVE PCR AMPLIFICATION OF VARIABLE GENE-SEQUENCES IN CLINICAL SPECIMENS CONTAINING DILUTE, COMPLEX-MIXTURES OF MICROORGANISMS

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    58. GORBY GL
      DIGITAL CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY ALLOWS MEASUREMENT AND 3-DIMENSIONAL MULTIPLE SPECTRAL RECONSTRUCTION OF NEISSERIA GONORRHOEAE EPITHELIAL CELL-INTERACTIONS IN THE HUMAN FALLOPIAN-TUBE ORGAN-CULTURE MODEL/

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    59. ADDY PAK
      SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERN OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE ISOLATED AT THE KOMFO, ANOKYE-TEACHING-HOSPITAL, GHANA TO COMMONLY PRESCRIBED ANTIMICROBIALAGENTS

      East African medical journal
    60. ISENBERG ST; APT L; YOSHIMORI R; LEAKE RD; RICH R
      POVIDONE-IODINE FOR OPHTHALMIA NEONATORUM PROPHYLAXIS

      American journal of ophthalmology
    61. CHAMBERLAIN LM; STRUGNELL R; DOUGAN G; HORMAECHE CE; DEHORMAECHE RD
      NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE STRAIN-MS11 HARBORING A MUTATION IN GENE AROA IS ATTENUATED AND IMMUNOGENIC

      Microbial pathogenesis
    62. MANDRELL RE; SMITH H; JARVIS GA; GRIFFISS JM; COLE JA
      DETECTION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF THE SIALYLTRANSFERASE IMPLICATED IN THE SIALYLATION OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Microbial pathogenesis
    63. PARSONS NJ; ASHTON PR; CONSTANTINIDOU C; COLE JA; SMITH H
      IDENTIFICATION BY MASS-SPECTROMETRY OF CMP-NANA IN DIFFUSIBLE MATERIAL RELEASED FROM HIGH-M(R) BLOOD-CELL FRACTIONS THAT CONFERS SERUM RESISTANCE ON GONOCOCCI

      Microbial pathogenesis
    64. BOYLEVAVRA S; SEIFERT HS
      SHUTTLE MUTAGENESIS - 2 MINI-TRANSPOSONS FOR GENE-MAPPING AND FOR LACZ TRANSCRIPTIONAL FUSIONS IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Gene
    65. BENKIRANE R; DENOYEL GA; DEMONTCLOS H
      DEMONSTRATION OF LECTIN-LIKE ACTIVITY FOR THE COMMON ANTIGEN OF NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE BY QUANTITATIVE IMMUNOELECTROPHORETIC TECHNIQUES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    66. FINGER H; VONKONIG CHW
      SEXUALLY-TRANSMITTED DISEASES EXCEPT FOR VIRAL AND TREPONEMAL INFECTIONS

      Immunitat und Infektion
    67. WARREN C; PHILLIPS I
      PENICILLINASE-PRODUCING NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE FROM ST-THOMAS-HOSPITAL1976-1990 - THE 1ST 15 YEARS

      Genitourinary medicine
    68. ISON CA; TEKKI N; GILL MJ
      DETECTION OF THE TETM DETERMINANT IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE

      Sexually transmitted diseases


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