Displaying 54 Theses
Nicole Afacan (2016), Ph.D. Thesis
Cesar de la Fuente (2014), Ph.D. Thesis
Involvement of regulatory non-coding RNA in motility, biofilm formation, and adaptive antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Patrick Taylor (2014), M.Sc. Thesis
Exploring the development of endotoxin tolerance during sepsis and a possible immunomodulatory therapy
Olga Pena (2013), Ph.D. Thesis
Lisa Wong (2013), M.Sc. Thesis
Laurence Madera (2012), Ph.D. Thesis
Regulation of the PhoP-PhoQ two-component system in Pseudomonas aeruginosa and its role in virulence
Shaan Gellatly (2012), Ph.D. Thesis
Global regulation of the Lon protease of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and its influence on ciprofloxacin resistance and virulence
Elena Breidenstein (2012), Ph.D. Thesis
Amy Yeung (2012), Ph.D. Thesis
Immunomodulatory and wound-healing effects of the host defence peptide LL-37 and related innate defence regulators.
Erin Nicholls (2012), M.Sc. Thesis
Kristen Schurek (2010), Ph.D. Thesis
Linda Rehaume (2010), Ph.D. Thesis
The development of bioinformatic and chemoinformatic approaches for structure-activity modelling and discovery of antimicrobial peptides.
Christopher Fjell (2009), M.Sc. Thesis
Niall Filewod (2008), M.Sc. Thesis
Matthew Waldbrook (2008), M.Sc. Thesis
W. James Gooderham (2008), M.Sc. Thesis
Andy Lo (2007), M.Sc. Thesis
Jelena Pistolic (2007), M.Sc. Thesis
Immunomoduatory properties of host defence peptide LL-37 during infection and inflammation in human blood..
Jie (Jessie) Yu (2006), M.Sc. Thesis
Gregory Doho (2006), M.Sc. Thesis
The polyphemusin family of antimicrobial peptides : activity through structure and membrane interactions
Jon-Paul Powers (2006), Ph.D. Thesis
Sandeep Tamber (2006), Ph.D. Thesis
Joseph McPhee (2006), Ph.D. Thesis
Dawn Bowdish (2005), Ph.D. Thesis
Michelle Brazas (2005), Ph.D. Thesis
Elaine Lau (2004), M.Sc. Thesis
Two novel outer membrane proteins involved in intrinsic aminoglycoside resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
James Jo (2002), M.Sc. Thesis
Aleks Patrzykat (2002), Ph.D. Thesis
The contribution of cationic antimicrobial peptides to the host immune response to bacterial infection
Monisha Scott (2002), M.Sc. Thesis
Carol Friedrich-Fong (2001), Ph.D. Thesis
Manhong Wu (1999), Ph.D. Thesis
Identification of PhoP-PhoQ homologues in Pseudomonas aeruginosa responsible for regulation of the outer membrane protein OprH.
Agnes Kwasnicka (1999), M.Sc. Thesis
Molecular studies of the LysR-type regulator, mexT and its regulation of the Pseudomonas auruginosa outer membrane porin, OprD.
Matthew McCusker (1998), M.Sc. Thesis
Monisha Scott (1998), Ph.D. Thesis
Analysis of the resistance-nodulation-division and HOP families of cell envelope proteins in Helicobacter pylori
James Bina (1998), Ph.D. Thesis
Maurice Exner (1997), Ph.D. Thesis
Characterization of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa penicillin-binding proteins 3 and 3x : gene cloning, expression and role in susceptibility to β-lactam antibiotics.
Xiaowen Bina (Liao) (1996), Ph.D. Thesis
Anand Sukhan (1996), Ph.D. Thesis
Eileen Rawling (1995), Ph.D. Thesis
The development of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa outer membrane protein OprF as a presentation vector for foreign antigenic determinants.
Rebecca Wong (1995), Ph.D. Thesis
Molecular studies of the structure and function of Pseudomonas aeruginosa OprD: an imipenem specific porin.
Hongjin Huang (1994), Ph.D. Thesis
The bacterial production of antimicrobial, cationic peptides and their effects on the outer membranes of gram-negative bacteria
Kevin Piers (1993), Ph.D. Thesis
Analysis of structural features of OprF from Pseudomonas aeruginosa using fusion proteins created by TnphoA mutagenesis.
Renee Finnen (1991), M.Sc. Thesis
Catherine Ullstrom (1990), M.Sc. Thesis
Structure, function, and role in antibiotic resistance of outer membrane protein H1 in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Angus Bell (1989), Ph.D. Thesis
Janet Kluftinger (1988), Ph.D. Thesis
Wendy A. Woodruff (1988), Ph.D. Thesis
Janet Sawyer (1987), M.Sc. Thesis
R. Keith Poole (1986), Ph.D. Thesis
Structural and functional studies on the role of the outer membrane of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in resistance and permeability to antibiotics.
Barbara Angus (1986), Ph.D. Thesis
Use of the fluorescent probe 1-N-phenyl napthylamine to study the interactions of aminoglycoside antibiotics with the outer membrane of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Bernadette Mah (Loh) (1984), M.Sc. Thesis
Lucy Mutharia (1984), Ph.D. Thesis
Thalia I. Nicas (1982), Ph.D. Thesis