Selected Recent Publications

  • Pelle K.G., Oh., K., Buchholz, K., Narasimhan, V., Joice, R., Milner, D., Brancucci, N.B., Voss, T., Ketman, K., Taylor, T., Barteneva, N., Huttenhower, C. and M. Marti. 2015. Transcriptional profiling defines dynamics of parasite sequestration during malaria infection. Genome Medicine. 7(1): 19.
  • Joice R.C., Nilsson S., Montgomery J., Dankwa S., Egan E., Morahan B., Seydel, K.B., Bertuccini, L., Alano, P., Willimson, K.C., Duraisingh, M.T., Taylor, T.E., Milner D.A. and M. Marti. 2014. Malaria transmission stages sequester in a privileged bone marrow niche. Science Translational Medicine. 9:244re5.
  • Mantel, P. Y., Hoang, A. N., Goldowitz, I., Potashnikova, D., Hamza, B., Vorobjev, I. A., Ghiran, I., Toner, M., Irimia, D., Ivanov, A. R., Barteneva, N. and M. Marti. 2013. Malaria microvesicles act as messengers that induce potent responses in immune cells and parasites. Cell Host and Microbe. 15;13(5):521-34.
  • Aingaran, M., Zhang, R., Law, S., Peng, Z., Undisz, A., Meyer, E., Diez-Silva, M., Burke, T.A., Spielmann, T., Lim, C.T., Suresh, S., Dao, M., and M. Marti. 2012. Host cell deformability is linked to transmission in the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Cellular Microbiology. 14:983-93. Editor’s choice.
  • Buchholz, K., Burke T.A., Williamson, K.C., Wiegand, R.C., Wirth, D.F., and M. Marti. 2011. A high throughput screen targeting malaria transmission stages opens new avenues for drug development. J Inf Dis. 203: 1445-53.