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2018

Huber, Sandra; Karagenc, Tulin; Ritler, Dominic; Rottenberg, Sven; Woods, Kerry (2018). Identification and characterisation of a Theileria annulata proline-rich microtubule and SH3 domain-interacting protein (TaMISHIP) that forms a complex with CLASP1, EB1, and CD2AP at the schizont surface. Cellular microbiology, 20(7), e12838. Wiley 10.1111/cmi.12838

2017

Huber, Sandra; Theiler, Romina Sarah; de Quervain, Daniel; Wiens, Olga; Karangenc, Tulin; Heussler, Volker; Dobbelaere, Dirk,; Woods, Kerry (2017). The Microtubule-Stabilizing Protein CLASP1 Associates with the Theileria annulata Schizont Surface via Its Kinetochore-Binding Domain. mSphere, 2(4) American Society for Microbiology 10.1128/mSphere.00215-17

2014

Wiens, Olga; Xia, Dong; Von Schubert, Conrad; Wastling, Jonathan M; Dobbelaere, Dirk,; Heussler, Volker; Woods, Kerry (2014). Cell cycle-dependent phosphorylation of Theileria annulata schizont surface proteins. PLoS ONE, 9(7), e103821. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0103821

2013

Woods, Kerry; Theiler, Romina; Mühlemann, Markus; Segiser, Adrian; Huber, Sandra; Ansari, Hifzur R.; Pain, Arnab; Dobbelaere, Dirk, (2013). Recruitment of EB1, a master regulator of microtubule dynamics, to the surface of the Theileria annulata schizont. PLoS pathogens, 9(5), e1003346. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.ppat.1003346

Woods, Kerry; von Schubert, Conrad; Dobbelaere, Dirk, (2013). Hijacking of Host Cell Signaling by Theileria. In: Doerig, Christian; Späth, Gerald; Wiese, Martin (eds.) Protein Phosphorylation in Parasites: Novel Targets for Antiparasitic Intervention. Drug discovery in infectious diseases: Vol. 5 (pp. 179-198). Weinheim: Wiley-VCH 10.1002/9783527675401.ch09

2010

von Schubert, C.; Xue, G.; Schmuckli-Maurer, J.; Woods, K.L.; Nigg, E.A.; Dobbelaere, Dirk, (2010). The transforming parasite Theileria co-opts host cell mitotic and central spindles to persist in continuously dividing cells. PLoS biology, 8(9), e1000499. Lawrence, Kans.: Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000499

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