Publications

  1. Hamadeh RM; Jarvis GA; Zhou P; Cotleur AC; Griffiss JM. "Bacterial enzymes can add galactose alpha 1,3 to human erythrocytes and creates a senescence-associated epitope". Infection & immunity. 1996; 64: 528 (#J0067819)
  2. Hamadeh RM; Galili U; Zhou P; Griffiss JM. "Anti-alpha-galactosyl immunoglobulin A (IgA), IgG, and IgM in human secretions". Clinical & diagnostic laboratory immunology. 1995; 2: 125 (#J0067821)
  3. Hamadeh RM; Estabrook MM; Zhou P; Jarvis GA; Griffiss JM. "Anti-Gal binds to pili of Neisseria meningitidis: the immunoglobulin A isotype blocks complement-mediated killing". Infection & immunity. 1995; 63: 4900 (#J0067820)
  4. Wetter LA; Hamadeh RM; Griffiss JM; Oesterle A; Aagaard B; Way LW. "Differences in outer membrane characteristics between gallstone-associated bacteria and normal bacterial flora". Lancet. 1994; 343: 444 (#J0067822)
  5. Hamadeh RM; Jarvis GA; Galili U; Mandrell RE; Zhou P; Griffiss JM. "Human natural anti-Gal IgG regulates alternative complement pathway activation on bacterial surfaces". Journal of clinical investigation. 1992; 89: 1223 (#J0067823)
  6. Hamadeh RM; Mandrell RE; Griffiss JM. "Immunophysical characterization of human isolates of Serratia marcescens". Journal of clinical microbiology. 1990; 28: 20 (#J0067824)
  7. Galili U; Mandrell RE; Hamadeh RM; Shohet SB; Griffiss JM. "Interaction between human natural anti-alpha-galactosyl immunoglobulin G and bacteria of the human flora". Infection & immunity. 1988; 56: 1730 (#J0067825)

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