Items where contributor is "Scherr, Nicole"
Scherr, Nicole and Pluschke, Gerd and Panda, Manoranjan. (2016) Comparative study of activities of a diverse set of antimycobacterial agents against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium ulcerans. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 60 (5). pp. 3132-3137.
Dangy, Jean-Pierre and Scherr, Nicole and Gersbach, Philipp and Hug, Melanie N. and Bieri, Raphael and Bomio, Claudio and Li, Jun and Huber, Sylwia and Altmann, Karl-Heinz and Pluschke, Gerd. (2016) Antibody-Mediated Neutralization of the Exotoxin Mycolactone, the Main Virulence Factor Produced by Mycobacterium ulcerans. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (6). e0004808.
Dreyer, Anita and Röltgen, Katharina and Dangy, Jean Pierre and Ruf, Marie Thérèse and Scherr, Nicole and Bolz, Miriam and Tobias, Nicholas Jay and Moes, Charles and Vettiger, Andrea and Stinear, Timothy Paul and Pluschke, Gerd. (2015) Identification of the Mycobacterium ulcerans protein MUL_3720 as a promising target for the development of a diagnostic test for Buruli ulcer. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 9, H. 2 , e0003477.
Scherr, Nicole and Pluschke, Gerd and Thompson, Charles J. and Ramón-García, Santiago. (2015) Selamectin is the avermectin with the best potential for Buruli ulcer treatment. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 9, H. 8 , e0003996.
Vettiger, A. and Scherr, N. and Ruf, M. T. and Röltgen, K. and Pluschke, G.. (2014) Localization of mycobacterial antigens by immunofluorescence staining of agarose embedded cells. Mycobacterial diseases, Vol. 4, H. 3. S. 3-4.
Scherr, Nicole and Gersbach, Philipp and Dangy, Jean-Pierre and Bomio, Claudio and Li, Jun and Altmann, Karl-Heinz and Pluschke, Gerd. (2013) Structure-activity relationship studies on the macrolide exotoxin mycolactone of Mycobacterium ulcerans. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 7, H. 3 , e2143.
Jayachandran, Rajesh and Scherr, Nicole and Pieters, Jean. (2012) Elimination of intracellularly residing Mycobacterium tuberculosis through targeting of host and bacterial signaling mechanisms. Expert review of anti-infective therapy, Vol. 10, H. 9. S. 1007-1022.