Selected Publications

  • Russell, A.B., Elshina, E., Kowalsky, J.R., te Velthuis, A.J., Bloom, J.D., (2019) Single-cell virus sequencing of influenza

    infections that trigger innate immunity. Journal of Virology. 0022-538X

  • Russell, A.B., Trapnell, C., Bloom, Bloom, J.D., (2018) Extreme heterogeneity of influenza virus infection in single cells. eLife.

    7, e02020

  • Russell, A.B., Wexler, A.G., Brittany, H.N., Whitney, J.C., Bohn, A.J., Young Ah, G., Tran, B.Q., Natasha, B., Zheng, H.,

    Peterson, S.B., Chou, S., Gonen, T., Goodlett, D.R., Goodman, A.L., Mougous, J.D. (2014) A type VI secretion-related pathway

    in Bacteroidetes mediates interbacterial antagonism. Cell Host and Microbe. 16, 227-236

  • Russell, A.B., Peterson, S.B., Mougous, J.D. (2014) Type VI secretion effectors: poisons with a purpose. Nature Reviews

    Microbiology. 12, 137-148

  • Russell, A.B., LeRoux, M., Hathazi, K., Agnello, D.M., Ishikawa, T., Wiggins, P.A., Wai, S.W., Mougous, J.D. (2013) Diverse

    type VI secretion phospholipases are functionally plastic antibacterial effectors. Nature. 496, 508-512

  • Russell, A.B.*, Singh, P.*, Brittnacher, M., Bui, N.K., Hood, R.D., Carl, M.A., Agnello, D.M., Schwarz, S., Goodlett, D.R.,

    Vollmer, W., and Mougous, J.D. (2012) A widespread bacterial type VI secretion effector superfamily identified using a heuristic

    approach. Cell Host and Microbe. 11, 538-549

  • Russell, A.B., Hood, R.D., Bui, N.K., LeRoux, M., Vollmer, W. and Mougous, J.D. (2011) Type VI secretion delivers lytic

    effectors to the periplasm of target cells. Nature. 475, 343-347

  • Munkvold, K.R.*, Russell, A.B.*, Kvitko, B.H., and Collmer, A.R. (2009) Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 type III

    effector HopAA1-1 functions redundantly with chlorosis-promoting factor PSPTO4723 to produce bacterial speck lesions in

    host tomato. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 22, 1341-1355

  • Wexler, A.G., Bao, Y., Whitney, J.C., Bobay, L.M., Xavier, J.B., Schofield, W.B., Barry, N.A., Russell, A.B., Tran, B.Q., Goo,

    Y.A., Goodleyy, D.R., Ochman, H., Mougous, J.D., Goodman, A.L. (2016) Human symbionts inject and neutralize antibacterial

    toxins to persist in the gut. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113, 3639-3644

  • LeRoux, M., Kirkpatric, R.L., Montauti, E.I., Tran, B.Q., Peterson, S.B., Harding, B.N., Whitney, J.C., Russell, A.B., Traxler, B.,

    Goo, Y.A., Goodlett, D.R., Wiggins, P.A., Mougous, J.D. (2015) Kin cell lysis is a danger signal that activates antibacterial

    pathways of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. eLife. 4, e05701

  • Whitney, J.C., Beck, C.M., Goo, Y.A., Russell, A.B., Harding, B., De Leon, J.A., Cunningham, D.A., Tran, B.Q., Low, D.A.,

    Hayes, C.S., Mougous, J.D. (2014) Genetically distinct pathways guide effector export through the type VI secretion system.

    Molecular Microbiology. 92, 529-542

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