Rhodaba Ebady
Rhodaba Ebady
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Vascular binding of a pathogen under shear force through mechanistically distinct sequential interactions with host macromolecules
TJ Moriarty, M Shi, YP Lin, R Ebady, H Zhou, T Odisho, PO Hardy, ...
Molecular microbiology 86 (5), 1116-1131, 2012
702012
Biomechanics of Borrelia burgdorferi vascular interactions
R Ebady, AF Niddam, AE Boczula, YR Kim, N Gupta, TT Tang, T Odisho, ...
Cell reports 16 (10), 2593-2604, 2016
312016
Plasma fibronectin stabilizes Borrelia burgdorferi–endothelial interactions under vascular shear stress by a catch-bond mechanism
AF Niddam, R Ebady, A Bansal, A Koehler, B Hinz, TJ Moriarty
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (17), E3490-E3498, 2017
202017
The Structure of Treponema pallidum Tp0751 (Pallilysin) Reveals a Non-canonical Lipocalin Fold That Mediates Adhesion to Extracellular Matrix Components and …
ML Parker, S Houston, H Pětrošová, KV Lithgow, R Hof, C Wetherell, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (9), e1005919, 2016
192016
Identification of Tp0751 (pallilysin) as a Treponema pallidum vascular adhesin by heterologous expression in the Lyme disease spirochete
WCA Kao, H Pětrošová, R Ebady, KV Lithgow, P Rojas, Y Zhang, YE Kim, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-13, 2017
122017
Hyperglycemia impairs neutrophil-mediated bacterial clearance in mice infected with the Lyme disease pathogen
A Javid, N Zlotnikov, H Pětrošová, TT Tang, Y Zhang, AK Bansal, R Ebady, ...
PLoS One 11 (6), e0158019, 2016
112016
Flow-tolerant adhesion of a bacterial pathogen to human endothelial cells through interaction with biglycan
J Salo, A Pietikäinen, M Söderström, K Auvinen, M Salmi, R Ebady, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 213 (10), 1623-1631, 2016
102016
Infection with the Lyme disease pathogen suppresses innate immunity in mice with diet‐induced obesity
N Zlotnikov, A Javid, M Ahmed, A Eshghi, TT Tang, A Arya, A Bansal, ...
Cellular microbiology 19 (5), e12689, 2017
92017
Contributions of the B. burgdorferi Vascular Adhesin BBK32 and Endothelial Surface Receptors to Mechanical Stabilization of Bacterial–Vascular Interactions
R Ebady
2020
Structure/Function Mapping Of BBK32 Function in Borrelia Vascular Adhesion
R Ebady, J Farncomb, A Bansal, T Moriarty
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