Publications

Publications

Padmanabhan PK, Polidoro RB, Barteneva NS, Gazzinelli RT, Burleigh BA. 2015. Transient transfection and expression of foreign and endogenous genes in the intracellular stages of Trypanosoma cruzi. Mol. Biochem. Parasitol. 198(2):100-103. doi: 10.1016/j.molbiopara.2015.02.001

Liu, L. Xu, Y, Caradonna, K.L., Kruzel, E.K., Burleigh, B.A., Bangs, J.D. and Hirschberg, C.B. 2013. Inhibition of nucleotide sugar transport in Trypanosoma brucei alters surface glycosylation: implications for pathogenesis. J. Biol. Chem. 288(15):10599.

Zhao, X., Kumar, P., Shah-Simpson, S., Caradonna, K.L., Galjart, N., Teygong, C., Blader, I., Wittmann, T., Burleigh, B.A. 2013. Regulation of Trypanosoma cruzi infection by the host microtubule plus-end binding protein CLASP1. Cellular Microbiology 15:571-584.

Caradonna K.L., Engel, J.C., Jacobi, D., Lee, C.H, Burleigh. B.A. 2013. Host metabolism regulates intracellular growth of Trypanosoma cruzi. Cell Host & Microbe 13, 108–117.

Winter S V, Niedelman, W. Jensen, KD, Rosowski, E.E., Julien, L., Spooner E, Caradonna K; Burleigh B.A.; Saeij P.J. Jeroen; Ploegh, H.L, Frickel, E.M. 2011. Determinants of GBP recruitment to Toxoplasma gondii vacuoles and the parasitic factors that control it. PLoS ONE 6(9):e24434.

Mott, G.A., Costales, J. and Burleigh. B.A. 2011. A soluble factor from Trypanosoma cruzi inhibits transforming growth factor-b-induced MAP kinase activation and gene expression in dermal fibroblasts. PLoS ONE 6(9):e23482.

Andriani, G, Chessler, A-D. C., Courtemanche, G., Burleigh B.A. and Rodriguez, A. 2011. Activity in vivo of anti-Trypanosoma cruzi compounds selected from a high throughput screen. PLoS Negl. Trop Dis. 5(8):e1298.

Chessler, A-D. C., Caradonna, K.L., Da’dara, A and Burleigh, B.A. 2011. Type I interferons increase host susceptibility to Trypanosoma cruzi infection. Infect. Immun. 79:2112-9

Costales, J., Daily, J.P and Burleigh, B.A. 2009. Cytokine-dependent and –independent gene expression changes and cell cycle block revealed in Trypanosoma cruzi-infected host cells by comparative mRNA profiling. BMC Genomics, 10:252.

Kawashita, S.Y., da Silva, C.V. Mortara, R.A., Burleigh, B.A., Briones, M.R. 2009. Homology, paralogy and function of DGF-1, a highly dispersed Trypanosoma cruzi specific gene family and its implications for information entropy of its encoded proteins. Mol. Bioch. Parasitol. 165:19-31.

Samanovic, M., Molina-Portela, P., Chessler, A-C, Burleigh, B.A. and J. Raper. 2009. Reconstitution of Trypanosome Lytic Factors in Transgenic Mice Reveals Anti-Leishmanial Activity. PLoS Pathogens, 5(1): e1000276

Chessler, A-D., Unnikrishnan, M, Daily, J.P., Bei, A.K. and B. A. Burleigh. 2009. “Trypanosoma cruzi triggers an early Type I IFN response in vivo at the site of intradermal infection.” J. Immunol. 182:2288-96

Mott, G. A, Lenormand, G., Costales, J.E., Fredberg, J.J. and B. A. Burleigh. 2009. Modulation of host cell mechanics by Trypanosoma cruzi. J. Cell Physiol. 218:315-22.

Chessler, A-D., Ferreira, L., Chang, T-H., Fitzgerald, KA and B A. Burleigh. 2008. A novel IRF3-dependent pathway activated by trypanosomes triggers IFNb in macrophages and fibroblasts. J. Immunol. 181:7917-7924.

Fisch, S, Lin, Z., Sen-Banerjee, S., Das, H., Petersen, C. A., Mende, U., Burleigh, B. A., Zhu,Y., Pinto, Y. M., Liao, R., Jain, M. K. 2007. Kruppel-like factor 15 is a regulator of cardiomyocyte hypertrophy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 104:7074-9.

Petersen, C.A., Krumholz, K., Carmen, J., Sinai, A.P., and B.A. Burleigh. 2006. Trypanosoma cruzi infection and Nuclear Factor kappa B prevent apoptosis in cardiac cells. Infect. Immun. 74:1580-7.

Petersen, C.A., Krumholz, K.A, B.A Burleigh. 2005. Toll-like receptor 2 regulates IL-1b-dependent cardiomyocyte hypertrophy triggered by Trypanosoma cruzi. Infect. Immun. 73:6974-80.

Unnikrishnan, M., and Burleigh, B.A. 2004. Inhibition of host Connective Tissue Growth Factor expression: A novel Trypanosoma cruzi-mediated response. FASEB J. 18:1625-35.

Woolsey, A.M., and Burleigh, B.A. 2004. Host cell actin polymerization is required for cellular retention of Trypanosoma cruzi and early association with endosomal/lysosomal compartments. Cell. Microbiol. 6:829-838.

Petersen, C.A., and B.A. Burleigh. 2003. Role for IL-1b in Trypanosoma cruzi-induced cardiomyocyte hypertrophy. Infect. Immun. 71:4441-4447.

Woolsey, A., Sunwoo, L., Brachmann, S.M., Petersen, C.A., Cantley, L.C., and B.A. Burleigh. 2003. Novel PI-3 kinase-dependent mechanisms of trypanosome invasion and vacuole maturation. J. Cell Sci. 116:3611-3622.

Vaena de Avalos, S.G., Blader, I.J., Fisher, M., Boothroyd, J.C., and B.A. Burleigh. 2002. Immediate/early response to Trypanosoma cruzi infection involves minimal modulation of host cell transcription. J. Biol. Chem. 277:639-644

Review articles

Nagajyothi, Machado, Burleigh, Jelicks, Scherer, Mukherjee, Lisanti, Weiss, Garg, Tanowitz. 2012. Persistence in Trypanosoma cruzi infection. Cell. Micro. 14:634-643.

Burleigh, B.A. 2005. Host cell signaling and Trypanosoma cruzi invasion: do all roads lead to lysosomes? Science STKE. Jul 19; 2005(293):pe36.

Burleigh, B.A. 2004. Probing Trypanosoma cruzi biology with DNA microarrays. Parasitology. 128-S1-S8

Burleigh, B.A and Woolsey, A.M. 2002. Cell Signaling and Trypanosoma cruzi Invasion. Cell. Microbiol. 4:701-711

Burleigh, B.A. and Andrews, N.W. 1998. Host cell signaling and invasion by Trypanosoma cruziCurr. Opin. Microbiol. 7:461-465.

Burleigh, B.A. and Andrews, N.W. 1995. The mechanisms of Trypanosoma cruzi invasion of mammalian cells. Ann. Rev. Microbiol. 49:175-200.

Book chapters

Caradonna, K.L. and Burleigh B.A. “Mechanisms of host cell invasion by Trypanosoma cruzi”. In Advances in Parasitology. Eds. L.M. Weiss and H. Tanowitz. 76:33-61. 2011.

G.A. Mott and B. A. Burleigh. “The role of lysosomes in Trypanosoma cruzi invasion.”In Molecular Mechanisms of Parasite Invasion. Eds. B. A. Burleigh and D. Soldati-Favre. Landes Biosciences. 2008.

Morty, R.E. and Burleigh, B.A. ‘Oligopeptidase B’. In Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes, 2nd Edition eds. A.J. Barrett, N.D. Rawlings and J.F. Woessner. Academic PressLondon, 2004.

Burleigh, B.A. ‘Lysosome exocytosis and Invasion of non-phagocytic host cells by Trypanosoma cruziIn Biology of Parasitism: Modern Approaches. Eds. C. Tschudi and E. Pearce. Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp.195-212, 2000.

Edited books

B.A. Burleigh and D. Soldati-Favre Editors. 2008. “Molecular Mechanisms of Parasite Invasion”. Subcellular Biochemistry, Volume 47. Landes Biosciences, Austin Texas and Springer Science and Business Media New York, New York.