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1. Karlyshev, A. V., Quail M. A., Parkhill J. and Wren B. W. (2013) Unusual features in organisation of capsular polysaccharide-related genes of C. jejuni strain X. Gene 522: 37-45
2. Rubinchik, S., Seddon, A. and Karlyshev, A. V. (2012) Molecular mechanisms and biological role of Campylobacter jejuni attachment to host cells. European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology 1:32–40.
3. Ikeda, N. and Karlyshev, A. V. (2012) Putative mechanisms and biological role of coccoid form formation in Campylobacter jejuni. European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology 1:41-49.
4. Karlyshev A. V., Wren, B. W. and Moran A. P. (2008) Campylobacter jejuni Capsular Polysaccharide. In: Campylobacter 3rd Edition, Edited by: I. Nachamkin C. M. Szymanski and M. J. Blaser, pp. 505-521.
5. Karlyshev A. V. and Wren B. W. (2005) Development and application of an insertional system for gene delivery and expression in Campylobacter. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71:4004-13.
6. Karlyshev A. V., Ketley J. M. and Wren B. W. (2005) The Campylobacter glycome. FEMS Reviews, 29:377-390.
7. Karlyshev A. V., Champion O. L., Szymanski C. M., Churcher C., Brisson J.-R., Jarrell H. C., Gilbert M., Brochu D., St. Michael F., Goodhead I., Sanders M., Stevens K., White B., Parkhill J. and Wren B. W. (2005) Analysis of Campylobacter jejuni capsular loci reveals multiple mechanisms for the generation of structural diversity and the ability to form complex heptoses. Molecular Microbiology, 55:90-103.
8. Karlyshev A. V., Everest P., Linton D., Cawthraw P., Newell D. and Wren B. W. (2004) The Campylobacter jejuni general glycosylation system is important for attachment to human epithelial cells and in the colonization of chicks. Microbiology 150:1957-64.
9. Karlyshev A. V., Linton D., Gregson N. A. and Wren B. W. (2002) Multiple paralogous genes of C. jejuni essential for flagella biosynthesis and phase variation. Microbiology, 148:473-480.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 17.22
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