David Russell
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Disseminated tuberculosis in interferon gamma gene-disrupted mice.
AM Cooper, DK Dalton, TA Stewart, JP Griffin, DG Russell, IM Orme
The Journal of experimental medicine 178 (6), 2243-2247, 1993
Lack of acidification in Mycobacterium phagosomes produced by exclusion of the vesicular proton-ATPase
S Sturgill-Koszycki, PH Schlesinger, P Chakraborty, PL Haddix, ...
Science 263 (5147), 678-681, 1994
Persistence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in macrophages and mice requires the glyoxylate shunt enzyme isocitrate lyase
JD McKinney, KH Zu Bentrup, EJ Muñoz-Elías, A Miczak, B Chen, ...
Nature 406 (6797), 735-738, 2000
Mycobacterium tuberculosis: here today, and here tomorrow
DG Russell
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 2 (8), 569-578, 2001
Who puts the tubercle in tuberculosis?
DG Russell
Nature Reviews Microbiology 5 (1), 39-47, 2007
Foamy macrophages and the progression of the human tuberculosis granuloma
DG Russell, PJ Cardona, MJ Kim, S Allain, F Altare
Nature immunology 10 (9), 943-948, 2009
On the molecular mechanism of chloroquine's antimalarial action.
DJ Sullivan Jr, IY Gluzman, DG Russell, DE Goldberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (21), 11865-11870, 1996
Tuberculosis: what we don’t know can, and does, hurt us
DG Russell, CE Barry 3rd, JAL Flynn
Science 328 (5980), 852-856, 2010
Formation and intracellular localization of hepatitis C virus envelope glycoprotein complexes expressed by recombinant vaccinia and Sindbis viruses
J Dubuisson, HH Hsu, RC Cheung, HB Greenberg, DG Russell, CM Rice
Journal of virology 68 (10), 6147-6160, 1994
Cytokine activation leads to acidification and increases maturation of Mycobacterium avium-containing phagosomes in murine macrophages
UE Schaible, S Sturgill-Koszycki, PH Schlesinger, DG Russell
The Journal of Immunology 160 (3), 1290-1296, 1998
Leishmania species: models of intracellular parasitism
J Alexander, AR Satoskar, DG Russell
Journal of cell science 112 (18), 2993-3002, 1999
Intracellular trafficking in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium avium-infected macrophages.
S Xu, A Cooper, S Sturgill-Koszycki, T Van Heyningen, D Chatterjee, ...
The Journal of Immunology 153 (6), 2568-2578, 1994
Mycobacterium‐containing phagosomes are accessible to early endosomes and reflect a transitional state in normal phagosome biogenesis.
S Sturgill‐Koszycki, UE Schaible, DG Russell
The EMBO journal 15 (24), 6960-6968, 1996
Mycobacterium tuberculosis and the environment within the phagosome
K Rohde, RM Yates, GE Purdy, DG Russell
Immunological reviews 219 (1), 37-54, 2007
Caseation of human tuberculosis granulomas correlates with elevated host lipid metabolism
MJ Kim, HC Wainwright, M Locketz, LG Bekker, GB Walther, C Dittrich, ...
EMBO molecular medicine 2 (7), 258-274, 2010
Trafficking and release of mycobacterial lipids from infected macrophages
WL Beatty, ER Rhoades, HJ Ullrich, D Chatterjee, JE Heuser, DG Russell
Traffic 1 (3), 235-247, 2000
Elemental analysis of Mycobacterium avium-, Mycobacterium tuberculosis-, and Mycobacterium smegmatis-containing phagosomes indicates pathogen-induced microenvironments within …
D Wagner, J Maser, B Lai, Z Cai, CE Barry, KH Zu Bentrup, DG Russell, ...
The Journal of Immunology 174 (3), 1491-1500, 2005
Mycobacterium tuberculosis invasion of macrophages: linking bacterial gene expression to environmental cues
KH Rohde, RB Abramovitch, DG Russell
Cell host & microbe 2 (5), 352-364, 2007
The interaction of Leishmania species with macrophages
J Alexander, DG Russell
Advances in parasitology 31, 175-254, 1992
Lysosomal killing of Mycobacterium mediated by ubiquitin-derived peptides is enhanced by autophagy
S Alonso, K Pethe, DG Russell, GE Purdy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (14), 6031-6036, 2007
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