Afsar Ali
Afsar Ali
Research Associate Professor of University of Florida at Gainesville
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Vibrio spp. infections
C Baker-Austin, JD Oliver, M Alam, A Ali, MK Waldor, F Qadri, ...
Nature Reviews Disease Primers 4 (1), 1-19, 2018
Genome Sequence of Aeromonas hydrophila ATCC 7966T: Jack of All Trades
R Seshadri, SW Joseph, AK Chopra, J Sha, J Shaw, J Graf, D Haft, M Wu, ...
Journal of bacteriology 188 (23), 8272-8282, 2006
Critical Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Vibrio cholerae in the Environment of Bangladesh
A Huq, RB Sack, A Nizam, IM Longini, GB Nair, A Ali, JG Morris Jr, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (8), 4645-4654, 2005
Detection of Vibrio cholerae O1 in the aquatic environment by fluorescent-monoclonal antibody and culture methods
A Huq, RR Colwell, R Rahman, A Ali, MA Chowdhury, S Parveen, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 56 (8), 2370-2373, 1990
A 4-Year Study of the Epidemiology of Vibrio cholerae in Four Rural Areas of Bangladesh
RB Sack, AK Siddique, IM Longini Jr, A Nizam, M Yunus, MS Islam, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 187 (1), 96-101, 2003
Toxigenic Vibrio cholerae in the Aquatic Environment of Mathbaria, Bangladesh
M Alam, M Sultana, GB Nair, RB Sack, DA Sack, AK Siddique, A Ali, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 72 (4), 2849-2855, 2006
Aeromonas trota sp. nov., an ampicillin-susceptible species isolated from clinical specimens
AM Carnahan, T Chakraborty, GR Fanning, D Verma, A Ali, JM Janda, ...
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 29 (6), 1206-1210, 1991
Convergence of the secretory pathways for cholera toxin and the filamentous phage, CTXϕ
BM Davis, EH Lawson, M Sandkvist, A Ali, S Sozhamannan, MK Waldor
Science 288 (5464), 333-335, 2000
Vibrio cholerae outer membrane vesicles inhibit bacteriophage infection
T Reyes-Robles, RS Dillard, LS Cairns, CA Silva-Valenzuela, ...
Journal of bacteriology 200 (15), 10.1128/jb. 00792-17, 2018
Identification of genes involved in the switch between the smooth and rugose phenotypes of Vibrio cholerae
MH Rashid, C Rajanna, A Ali, DKR Karaolis
FEMS microbiology letters 227 (1), 113-119, 2003
High-Frequency Rugose Exopolysaccharide Production by Vibrio cholerae
A Ali, MH Rashid, DKR Karaolis
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (11), 5773-5778, 2002
The Vibrio Pathogenicity Island of Epidemic Vibrio cholerae Forms Precise Extrachromosomal Circular Excision Products
C Rajanna, J Wang, D Zhang, Z Xu, A Ali, YM Hou, DKR Karaolis
Journal of bacteriology 185 (23), 6893-6901, 2003
Aeromonas bestiarum sp. nov.(formerly genomospecies DNA group 2 A. hydrophila), a new species isolated from non-human sources
A Ali
Med. Microbiol. Lett. 5, 156-165, 1996
Relapsing invasive group B streptococcal infection in adults
LH Harrison, A Ali, DM Dwyer, JP Libonati, MW Reeves, JA Elliott, ...
Annals of internal medicine 123 (6), 421-427, 1995
Mutations in the Extracellular Protein Secretion Pathway Genes (eps) Interfere with Rugose Polysaccharide Production in and Motility of Vibrio cholerae
A Ali, JA Johnson, AA Franco, DJ Metzger, TD Connell, JG Morris Jr, ...
Infection and immunity 68 (4), 1967-1974, 2000
Recent clonal origin of cholera in Haiti
A Ali, Y Chen, JA Johnson, E Redden, Y Mayette, MH Rashid, OC Stine, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 17 (4), 699, 2011
Survival of Vibrio cholerae in Nutrient-Poor Environments Is Associated with a Novel “Persister” Phenotype
M Jubair, JG Morris Jr, A Ali
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45187, 2012
Monitoring water sources for environmental reservoirs of toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1, Haiti
MT Alam, TA Weppelmann, CD Weber, JA Johnson, MH Rashid, CS Birch, ...
Emerging Infectious Diseases 20 (3), 356, 2014
AJ Horneman
Manual of clinical microbiology, 752-761, 2015
Storage behaviour and quality responses of mango (Mangifera indica L.) fruit treated with chitosan and gum arabic coatings during cold storage conditions
G Khaliq, MTM Mohamed, P Ding, HM Ghazali, A Ali
International Food Research Journal 23, S141, 2016
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