Salmonella Publications


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Wu J°, Sabag-Daigle A°, Borton MA^, Kop LFM^, Szkoda BE^, Deatherage Kaiser BL, Lindemann SR, Renslow RS, Wei S, Nicora CD, Weitz KK, Kim Y-M, Adkins JN, Metz TO, Boyaka P, Gopalan V, Wrighton KC, Wysocki VH*, and Ahmer BMM*. (2018) Salmonella-mediated inflammation eliminates competitors for fructose-asparagine in the gut. Infect. Immun., 86: e00945-17. °joint first authors; ^joint second authors
Wu J, Sabag-Daigle A, Metz TO, Deatherage Kaiser BL, Gopalan V, Behrman EJ, Wysocki VH*, and Ahmer BMM*. (2018) Measurement of fructose–asparagine concentrations in human and animal foods. J. Agric. Food Chem., 66: 212-217.
Sabag-Daigle A, Wu J, Borton MA, Sengupta A, Gopalan V, Wrighton KC, Wysocki VH, and Ahmer BMM*. (2018) Identification of bacterial species that can utilize fructose-asparagine. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 84: e01957-17.
Sabag-Daigle A, Sengupta A, Blunk HM, Biswas PK, Cron MC, Bogard AJ, Behrman EJ, Gopalan V, and Ahmer BMM*. (2017) Salmonella FraE, an asparaginase homolog, contributes to fructose-asparagine but not asparagine utilization. J. Bacteriol., 199: e00330-17.
Biswas PK, Behrman EJ*, and Gopalan V*. (2017) Characterization of a Salmonella sugar kinase essential for utilization of fructose-asparagine. Biochem. Cell Biol., 95: 304-309.
Sabag-Daigle A, Blunk HM, Sengupta A, Wu J, Bogard AJ, Ali MM, Stahl C, Wysocki VH, Gopalan V, Behrman EJ, and Ahmer BMM*. (2016) A metabolic intermediate of the fructose-asparagine utilization pathway inhibits growth of a Salmonella fraB mutant. Sci. Rep., 6: 28117. [SI]