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Rachel McMullan's OpenLearn Profile

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Rachel McMullan's research

Alexandra Anderson et al. (2019) Identification of a conserved, orphan G-protein coupled receptor required for efficient pathogen clearance in C. elegans, In Infection and immunity 4(87)

C. Essmann et al. (2018-09-21) Activation of RHO-1 in cholinergic motor neurons competes with dopamine signalling to control locomotion, In PloS one 9(13)

Alexandra Anderson and Rachel McMullan (2018-07-19) Neuronal and non-neuronal signals regulate Caernorhabditis elegans avoidance of contaminated food, In Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 1751(373)

Cecile Sarabian, Val Curtis and Rachel McMullan (2018-07-19) Evolution of pathogen and parasite avoidance behaviours, In Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 1751(373)

Rachel McMullan et al. (2016-06-01) A putative C. elegans melatonin receptor is required for efficient pathogen clearance, In European Worm Meeting (EWM 2016)

A. Anderson and Rachel McMullan (2014) From head to tail it's a 2 way street for neuro-immune communication, In Worm 3(3)

Alexandra Anderson et al. (2013-12-12) Serotonergic chemosensory neurons modify the C. elegans immune response by regulating G-protein signaling in epithelial cells, In PLoS Pathogens 12(9)

Alexandra Anderson and Rachel McMullan (2012-10-01) G-proteins: fighting infection on two fronts., In Worm 4(1)

Rachel McMullan, Alexandra Anderson and Stephen Nurrish (2012-02-16) Behavioral and immune responses to infection require Gαq - RhoA signaling in C. elegans., In PLoS Pathogens 2(8)

Helga Mikkelsen, Rachel McMullan and Alain Filloux (2011-12-22) The Pseudomonas aeruginosa reference strain PA14 displays increased virulence due to a mutation in ladS., In PloS one 12(6)

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