Dana Davis
Dana Davis
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Rapid hypothesis testing with Candida albicans through gene disruption with short homology regions
RB Wilson, D Davis, AP Mitchell
Journal of bacteriology 181 (6), 1868-1874, 1999
8211999
Calcineurin is essential for survival during membrane stress in Candida albicans
MC Cruz, AL Goldstein, JR Blankenship, M Del Poeta, D Davis, ...
The EMBO journal 21 (4), 546-559, 2002
3442002
Candida albicans RIM101 pH response pathway is required for host-pathogen interactions
D Davis, JE Edwards, AP Mitchell, AS Ibrahim
Infection and immunity 68 (10), 5953-5959, 2000
3152000
RIM101-dependent and-independent pathways govern pH responses in Candida albicans
D Davis, RB Wilson, AP Mitchell
Molecular and Cellular Biology 20 (3), 971-978, 2000
3102000
A recyclable Candida albicans URA3 cassette for PCR product‐directed gene disruptions
R Bryce Wilson, D Davis, BM Enloe, AP Mitchell
Yeast 16 (1), 65-70, 2000
2682000
Transcriptional profiling in Candida albicans reveals new adaptive responses to extracellular pH and functions for Rim101p
ES Bensen, SJ Martin, M Li, J Berman, DA Davis
Molecular microbiology 54 (5), 1335-1351, 2004
2542004
Candida albicans Mds3p, a Conserved Regulator of pH Responses and Virulence Identified Through Insertional Mutagenesis
DA Davis, VM Bruno, L Loza, SG Filler, AP Mitchell
Genetics 162 (4), 1573-1581, 2002
2132002
Adaptation to environmental pH in Candida albicans and its relation to pathogenesis
D Davis
Current genetics 44 (1), 1-7, 2003
1902003
How human pathogenic fungi sense and adapt to pH: the link to virulence
DA Davis
Current opinion in microbiology 12 (4), 365-370, 2009
1812009
Roles of Candida albicans Dfg5p and Dcw1p cell surface proteins in growth and hypha formation
E Spreghini, DA Davis, R Subaran, M Kim, AP Mitchell
Eukaryotic Cell 2 (4), 746-755, 2003
1272003
Yeast wall protein 1 of Candida albicans
BL Granger, ML Flenniken, DA Davis, AP Mitchell, JE Cutler
Microbiology 151 (5), 1631-1644, 2005
1212005
Genetic control of chlamydospore formation in Candida albicans
CJ Nobile, VM Bruno, ML Richard, DA Davis, AP Mitchell
Microbiology 149 (12), 3629-3637, 2003
1172003
Candida albicans Rim13p, a protease required for Rim101p processing at acidic and alkaline pHs
M Li, SJ Martin, VM Bruno, AP Mitchell, DA Davis
Eukaryotic cell 3 (3), 741-751, 2004
1142004
Candida albicans ferric reductases are differentially regulated in response to distinct forms of iron limitation by the Rim101 and CBF transcription factors
YU Baek, M Li, DA Davis
Eukaryotic cell 7 (7), 1168-1179, 2008
1072008
Endoplasmic reticulum dynamics, inheritance, and cytoskeletal interactions in budding yeast
KL Fehrenbacher, D Davis, M Wu, I Boldogh, LA Pon
Molecular biology of the cell 13 (3), 854-865, 2002
1002002
Snf7p, a component of the ESCRT-III protein complex, is an upstream member of the RIM101 pathway in Candida albicans
AL Kullas, M Li, DA Davis
Eukaryotic Cell 3 (6), 1609-1618, 2004
792004
Adaptation to environmental pH: integrating the Rim101 and calcineurin signal transduction pathways
AL Kullas, SJ Martin, D Davis
Molecular microbiology 66 (4), 858-871, 2007
692007
Evidence for novel pH-dependent regulation of Candida albicans Rim101, a direct transcriptional repressor of the cell wall β-glycosidase Phr2
YU Baek, SJ Martin, DA Davis
Eukaryotic Cell 5 (9), 1550-1559, 2006
632006
C. albicans colonization of human mucosal surfaces
P Southern, J Horbul, D Maher, DA Davis
PLoS One 3 (4), e2067, 2008
582008
The Candida albicans 14‐3‐3 gene, BMH1, is essential for growth
D Cognetti, D Davis, J Sturtevant
Yeast 19 (1), 55-67, 2002
512002
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