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Chen, Yuxiu, Krings, Simone, Booth, Joshua R., Bon, Stefan A.F, Hingley-Wilson, Suzie and Keddie, Joseph (2020) Introducing Porosity in Colloidal Biocoatings to Increase Bacterial Viability Biomacromolecules.

Hingley-Wilson, Suzanne M., Ma, Nan, Hu, Yin, Casey, Rosalyn, Bramming, Anders, Curry, Richard J., Tang, Hongying Lilian, Wu, Huihai, Butler, Rachel E., Jacobs, William R., Rocco, Andrea and McFadden, Johnjoe (2020) Loss of phenotypic inheritance associated with ydcI mutation leads to increased frequency of small, slow persisters in Escherichia coli Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117 (8). pp. 4152-4157.

Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Ma, Nan, Hu, Yin, Casey, Rosalyn, Bramming, Anders, Curry, Richard J., Tang, Hongying Lilian, Wu, Huihai, Butler, Rachel, Jacobs Jr., William R., Rocco, Andrea and McFadden, Johnjoe (2020) Loss of phenotypic inheritance associated with ydcI mutation leads to increased frequency of small, slow persisters in Escherichia coli Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Smith, Rachel E., Totti, Stella, Velliou, Eirini, Campagnolo, Paola, Hingley-Wilson, Suzanne M., Ward, Neil I., Varcoe, John R. and Crean, Carol (2019) Development of a novel highly conductive and flexible cotton yarn for wearable pH sensor technology Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 287. pp. 338-345.

Upton, N, Jackson, DJ, Nikonova, AA, Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Khaitov, M, Del Rosario, A, Traub, S, Trujillo-Torralbo, MB, Habibi, M, Elkin, SL, Kon, OM, Edwards, MR, Mallia, P, Footitt, J, Macintyre, J, Stanciu, LA, Johnston, SL and Sykes, A (2017) Rhinovirus induction of fractalkine (CX3CL1) in airway and peripheral blood mononuclear cells in asthma PLoS One, 12 (8), e0183864.

Hu, Yin, Wang, Su, Ma, N, Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Rocco, Andrea, McFadden, Johnjoe and Tang, Hongying (2017) Trajectory Energy Minimisation for Cell Growth Tracking and Genealogy Analysis Royal Society Open Science, 4, 170207.

Hingley-Wilson, SM, Connell, D, Pollock, K, Grass, L, Potiphar, L, Bremang, S, Lalvani, A, Hsu, T, Jacobs Jr, WR, Tchilian, E, Sykes, A and Kon, OM (2014) ESX1-dependent fractalkine mediates chemotaxis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in humans Tuberculosis, 94 (3). pp. 262-270.

Hingley-Wilson, SM (2013) Metagenomic analysis of tuberculosis--current limitations. N Engl J Med, 369 (16).

Hingley-Wilson, SM, Casey, R, Connell, D, Bremang, S, Evans, JT, Hawkey, PM, Smith, GE, Jepson, A, Philip, S, Kon, OM and Lalvani, A (2013) Undetected Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Amplified by First-line Therapy in Mixed Infection EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 19 (7). pp. 1138-1141.

Hingley-Wilson, SM, Casey, R, Connell, D, Bremang, S, Evans, JT, Hawkey, PM, Smith, GE, Jepson, A, Philip, S, Kon, OM and Lalvani, A (2013) Undetected multidrug-resistant tuberculosis amplified by first-line therapy in mixed infection. Emerg Infect Dis, 19 (7). pp. 1138-1141.

Pareek, M, Evans, J, Innes, J, Smith, G, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lougheed, KE, Sridhar, S, Dedicoat, M, Hawkey, P and Lalvani, A (2013) Ethnicity and mycobacterial lineage as determinants of tuberculosis disease phenotype. Thorax, 68 (3). pp. 221-229.

Trauner, A, Lougheed, KE, Bennett, MH, Hingley-Wilson, SM and Williams, HD (2012) The dormancy regulator DosR controls ribosome stability in hypoxic mycobacteria. J Biol Chem, 287 (28). pp. 24053-24063.

Thillai, M, Eberhardt, C, Lewin, AM, Potiphar, L, Hingley-Wilson, S, Sridhar, S, Macintyre, J, Kon, OM, Wickremasinghe, M, Wells, A, Weeks, ME, Mitchell, D and Lalvani, A (2012) Sarcoidosis and tuberculosis cytokine profiles: indistinguishable in bronchoalveolar lavage but different in blood. PLoS One, 7 (7).

Montamat-Sicotte, DJ, Millington, KA, Willcox, CR, Hingley-Wilson, S, Hackforth, S, Innes, J, Kon, OM, Lammas, DA, Minnikin, DE, Besra, GS, Willcox, BE and Lalvani, A (2011) A mycolic acid-specific CD1-restricted T cell population contributes to acute and memory immune responses in human tuberculosis infection. J Clin Invest, 121 (6). pp. 2493-2503.

Suzgec-Selcuk, S, Mericli, AH, Guven, KC, Kaiser, M, Casey, R, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lalvani, A and Tasdemir, D (2011) Evaluation of Turkish Seaweeds for Antiprotozoal, Antimycobacterial and Cytotoxic Activities PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH, 25 (5). pp. 778-783.

Millington, KA, Fortune, SM, Low, J, Garces, A, Hingley-Wilson, SM, Wickremasinghe, M, Kon, OM and Lalvani, A (2011) Rv3615c is a highly immunodominant RD1 (Region of Difference 1)-dependent secreted antigen specific for Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108 (14). pp. 5730-5735.

Broniatowska, B, Allmendinger, A, Tasdemir, D, Kaiser, M, Montamat-Sicotte, D, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lalvani, A, Guiry, M and Blunden, G (2011) Antiprotozoal, antitubercular and cytotoxic potential of cyanobacterial (blue-green algal) extracts from Ireland Natural Product Communications, 6 (5). pp. 689-694.

Spavieri, J, Allmendinger, A, Kaiser, M, Casey, R, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lalvani, A, Guiry, MD, Blunden, G and Tasdemir, D (2010) Antimycobacterial, Antiprotozoal and Cytotoxic Potential of Twenty-one Brown Algae (Phaeophyceae) from British and Irish Waters PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH, 24 (11). pp. 1724-1729.

Spavieri, J, Kaiser, M, Casey, R, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lalvani, A, Blunden, G and Tasdemir, D (2010) Antiprotozoal, Antimycobacterial and Cytotoxic Potential of Some British Green Algae PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH, 24 (7). pp. 1095-1098.

Allmendinger, A, Spavieri, J, Kaiser, M, Casey, R, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lalvani, A, Guiry, M, Blunden, G and Tasdemir, D (2010) Antiprotozoal, Antimycobacterial and Cytotoxic Potential of Twenty-Three British and Irish Red Algae PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH, 24 (7). pp. 1099-1103.

Hingley-Wilson, SM, Lougheed, KEA, Ferguson, K, Leiva, S and Williams, HD (2010) Individual Mycobacterium tuberculosis universal stress protein homologues are dispensable in vitro TUBERCULOSIS, 90 (4). pp. 236-244.

Lalvani, A and Hingley-Wilson, S (2009) Editorial: Live or let die--does HIV exacerbate tuberculosis by attenuating M. tuberculosis-induced apoptosis? J Leukoc Biol, 86 (1). pp. 9-11.

Hingley-Wilson, S and Lalvani, A (2008) An exit strategy for the tubercle bacillus? Nat Rev Microbiol, 6 (12).

Terry Alli, OA, Hingley-Wilson, S, Spreadbury Claire, L, Terry Alli, OA, Ogbolu, DO and Hingley-Wilson, S (2008) The Mycobacterium tuberculosis homologue of the Mycobacterium avium mig gene is not specifically expressed in the macrophage African Journal Biomedical Research, 11 (2). pp. 173-181.

Hsu, T, Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Chen, B, Chen, M, Dai, AZ, Morin, PM, Marks, CB, Padiyar, J, Goulding, C, Gingery, M, Eisenberg, D, Russell, RG, Derrick, SC, Collins, FM, Morris, SL, King, CH and Jacobs, WR Jr (2003) The primary mechanism of attenuation of bacillus Calmette-Guerin is a loss of secreted lytic function required for invasion of lung interstitial tissue Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 100 (21). pp. 12420-12425.

Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Sambandamurthy, VK and Jacobs, WR Jr (2003) Survival perspectives from the world's most successful pathogen, Mycobacterium tuberculosis Nature Immunology, 4 (10). pp. 949-955.

Sly, LM, Hingley-Wilson, Suzie, Reiner, NE and McMaster, WR (2002) Survival of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in host macrophages involves resistance to apoptosis dependent upon induction of antiapoptotic Bcl-2 family member Mcl-1 Journal of Immunology, 70 (1). pp. 430-437.

Conference or Workshop Item

Hingley-Wilson, S, Connell, D, Pollock, K, Min, KO, Jr, JW and Lalvani, A (2011) Fractalkine production mediates virulence-associated monocyte recruitment and Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection

Hingley-Wilson, S, Kon, OM, Hsu, T, Jr, JW and Lalvani, A (2010) Mycobacterium tuberculosis RD1 is a requisite for virulence-associated cellular recruitment

Montamat-Sicotte, D, Millington, K, Willcox, CR, Hingley-Wilson, S, Hackforth, S, Innes, J, Kon, OM, Minnikin, DE, Besra, GS, Willcox, BE and Lalvani, A (2010) Mycolic acid-specific T-cells in human tuberculosis are dynamically related to antigen load and exhibit memory expansion after cure

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