Thomas M Bartlett
Thomas M Bartlett
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School
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A periplasmic polymer curves Vibrio cholerae and promotes pathogenesis
TM Bartlett, BP Bratton, A Duvshani, A Miguel, Y Sheng, NR Martin, ...
Cell 168 (1-2), 172-185. e15, 2017
Vibrio cholerae filamentation promotes chitin surface attachment at the expense of competition in biofilms
BR Wucher, TM Bartlett, M Hoyos, K Papenfort, A Persat, CD Nadell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (28), 14216-14221, 2019
Peritoneal T lymphocyte regulation by macrophages
G Composto, D Gonzalez, A Bucknum, D Silberman, J Taylor, ...
Immunobiology 216 (1-2), 256-264, 2011
CD28 ligation increases macrophage suppression of T-cell proliferation
D Silberman, A Bucknum, T Bartlett, G Composto, M Kozlowski, A Walker, ...
Cellular & molecular immunology 9 (4), 341-349, 2012
CrvA and CrvB form a curvature-inducing module sufficient to induce cell-shape complexity in Gram-negative bacteria
NR Martin, E Blackman, BP Bratton, KJ Chase, TM Bartlett, Z Gitai
Nature microbiology 6 (7), 910-920, 2021
The evolution of bacterial shape complexity by a curvature-inducing module
NR Martin, E Blackman, BP Bratton, TM Bartlett, Z Gitai
bioRxiv, 2020.02. 20.954503, 2020
Filamentation of Vibrio cholerae is an adaptation for surface attachment and biofilm architecture
BR Wucher, TM Bartlett, A Persat, CD Nadell
bioRxiv, 470815, 2018
The mechanism and function of cell curvature in Vibrio cholerae
TMC Bartlett
Princeton University, 2017
Mouse strain differences in macrophage regulation of peritoneal T cells (100.22)
J Riggs, G Composto, T Bartlett, G Chaviano, D Gonzalez
The Journal of Immunology 184 (1_Supplement), 100.22-100.22, 2010
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