MYR1-Dependent Effectors Are the Major Drivers of a Host Cell's Early Response to Toxoplasma, Including Counteracting MYR1-Independent Effects
Adit Naor, Michael W Panas, Nicole Marino, Michael J Coffey, Christopher J Tonkin, John C Boothroyd
mBio | AMER SOC MICROBIOLOGY | Published : 2018
Awarded by Human Frontier Science Program
Awarded by NIH
Awarded by ARC
A.N. was funded by the Human Frontier Science Program (LT000404/2014-L), J.B. was funded by NIH RO1 (AI021423) and NIH R21 (AI112962), and N.D.M. was funded by NIH F31-AI120649. C.J.T. and M.J.C. were supported by the David Winston Turner Foundation. C.J.T. would like to acknowledge the support of an ARC Future fellowship (FT120100164). C.J.T. and M.J.C. are also grateful for institutional support from the Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support and the Australian Government NHMRC IRIISS.