Robin C. May
Robin C. May
Professor in Infectious Diseases and Director of the Institute of Microbiology & Infection
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Scar, a WASp-related protein, activates nucleation of actin filaments by the Arp2/3 complex
LM Machesky, RD Mullins, HN Higgs, DA Kaiser, L Blanchoin, RC May, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (7), 3739-3744, 1999
Phagocytosis and the actin cytoskeleton
RC May, LM Machesky
Journal of cell science 114 (6), 1061-1077, 2001
Involvement of the Arp2/3 complex in phagocytosis mediated by FcγR or CR3
RC May, E Caron, A Hall, LM Machesky
Nature cell biology 2 (4), 246-248, 2000
Emergence and Pathogenicity of Highly Virulent Cryptococcus gattii Genotypes in the Northwest United States
EJ Byrnes III, W Li, Y Lewit, H Ma, K Voelz, P Ren, DA Carter, ...
PLoS pathogens 6 (4), e1000850, 2010
Expulsion of live pathogenic yeast by macrophages
H Ma, JE Croudace, DA Lammas, RC May
Current Biology 16 (21), 2156-2160, 2006
Cryptococcus: from environmental saprophyte to global pathogen
RC May, NRH Stone, DL Wiesner, T Bicanic, K Nielsen
Nature Reviews Microbiology 14 (2), 106-117, 2016
Rho-kinase and myosin-II control phagocytic cup formation during CR, but not FcγR, phagocytosis
IM Olazabal, E Caron, RC May, K Schilling, DA Knecht, LM Machesky
Current Biology 12 (16), 1413-1418, 2002
Cryptococcal interactions with the host immune system
K Voelz, RC May
Eukaryotic cell 9 (6), 835-846, 2010
Genes required for systemic RNA interference in Caenorhabditis elegans
M Tijsterman, RC May, F Simmer, KL Okihara, RHA Plasterk
Current Biology 14 (2), 111-116, 2004
The fatal fungal outbreak on Vancouver Island is characterized by enhanced intracellular parasitism driven by mitochondrial regulation
H Ma, F Hagen, DJ Stekel, SA Johnston, E Sionov, R Falk, I Polacheck, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 106 (31), 12980-12985, 2009
The case for adopting the “species complex” nomenclature for the etiologic agents of cryptococcosis
KJ Kwon-Chung, JE Bennett, BL Wickes, W Meyer, CA Cuomo, ...
MSphere 2 (1), e00357-16, 2017
Cytokine Signaling Regulates the Outcome of Intracellular Macrophage Parasitism by Cryptococcus neoformans
K Voelz, DA Lammas, RC May
Infection and immunity 77 (8), 3450-3457, 2009
Caenorhabditis elegans, a model organism for investigating immunity
EK Marsh, RC May
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (7), 2075-2081, 2012
Actin polymerization driven by WASH causes V-ATPase retrieval and vesicle neutralization before exocytosis
M Carnell, T Zech, SD Calaminus, S Ura, M Hagedorn, SA Johnston, ...
Journal of cell biology 193 (5), 831-839, 2011
Virulence in Cryptococcus species
H Ma, RC May
Advances in applied microbiology 67, 131-190, 2009
Ancient Dispersal of the Human Fungal Pathogen Cryptococcus gattii from the Amazon Rainforest
F Hagen, PC Ceresini, I Polacheck, H Ma, F Nieuwerburgh, T Gabaldón, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e71148, 2013
The Human Fungal Pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans Escapes Macrophages by a Phagosome Emptying Mechanism That Is Inhibited by Arp2/3 Complex …
SA Johnston, RC May
PLoS pathogens 6 (8), e1001041, 2010
Cryptococcus interactions with macrophages: evasion and manipulation of the phagosome by a fungal pathogen
SA Johnston, RC May
Cellular microbiology 15 (3), 403-411, 2013
The Arp2/3 complex is essential for the actin-based motility of Listeria monocytogenes
RC May, ME Hall, HN Higgs, TD Pollard, T Chakraborty, J Wehland, ...
Current Biology 9 (14), 759-762, 1999
Cryptococcus neoformans intracellular proliferation and capsule size determines early macrophage control of infection
A Bojarczuk, KA Miller, R Hotham, A Lewis, NV Ogryzko, AA Kamuyango, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-15, 2016
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