Roland Nordfelth

Research engineer at Department of Molecular Biology
Research group Åke Forsberg

Publications

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Fahlgren, Anna
Avican, Kemal
Westermark, Linda; et al.

Colonization of cecum is important for development of persistent infection by Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Infection and Immunity, 82(8): 3471-3482

2014

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Vonkavaara, Malin
Pavel, Shaikh Terkis Islam
Hölzl, Kathrin; et al.

Francisella is sensitive to insect antimicrobial peptides
Journal of Innate Immunity, 5(1): 50-59

2013

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Ur-Rehman, Tofeeq
Nordfelth, Roland
Blomgren, Anders; et al.

Preliminary pharmacokinetics of the bacterial virulence inhibitor N'-(3,5-dibromo-2-hydroxy-benzylidenene)-nicotinic acid hydrazide

2012

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Thorslund, Sara E
Edgren, Tomas
Pettersson, Jonas; et al.

The RACK1 signaling scaffold protein selectively interacts with Yersinia pseudotuberculosis virulence function
PLoS ONE, 6(2): e16784-

2011

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Obi, Ikenna
Nordfelth, Roland
Francis, Matthew

Varying dependency of periplasmic peptidylprolyl cis-trans isomerases in promoting Yersinia pseudotuberculosis stress tolerance and pathogenicity
Biochemical Journal, 439(2): 321-332

2011

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Navarro, Lorena
Koller, Antonius
Nordfelth, Roland; et al.

Identification of a molecular target for the Yersinia protein kinase A.
Mol Cell, 26(4): 465-77

2007

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Kauppi, Anna
Nordfelth, Roland
Hägglund, U; et al.

Salicylanilides are potent inhibitors of type III secretion in Yersinia
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 529: 97-100

2003

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Kauppi, Anna
Nordfelth, Roland
Uvell, Hanna; et al.

Targeting bacterial Virulence:  Inhibitors of type III secretion in Yersinia
Chemistry and Biology, 10(3): 241-249

2003

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Persson, Cathrine
Nordfelth, Roland
Andersson, Kerstin; et al.

Localization of the Yersinia PTPase to focal complexes is an important virulence mechanism
Molecular Microbiology, 33(4): 828-838

1999

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Persson, Cathrine
Nordfelth, Roland
Holmström, Anna; et al.

Cell-surface-bound Yersinia translocate the protein tyrosine phosphatase YopH by a polarized mechanism into the target cell
Molecular Microbiology, 18(1): 135-150

1995

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