Tao You
Tao You
Beyond Consulting Ltd
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Proteomic analysis of colorectal cancer reveals alterations in metabolic pathways: mechanism of tumorigenesis
X Bi, Q Lin, TW Foo, S Joshi, T You, HM Shen, CN Ong, PY Cheah, ...
Molecular & cellular proteomics 5 (6), 1119-1130, 2006
1722006
Combinatorial stresses kill pathogenic Candida species
D Kaloriti, A Tillmann, E Cook, M Jacobsen, T You, M Lenardon, L Ames, ...
Medical mycology 50 (7), 699-709, 2012
702012
Mechanisms underlying the exquisite sensitivity of Candida albicans to combinatorial cationic and oxidative stress that enhances the potent fungicidal activity of phagocytes
D Kaloriti, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, A Tillmann, DA Smith, E Cook, ...
MBio 5 (4), e01334-14, 2014
552014
Mechanisms underlying the exquisite sensitivity of Candida albicans to combinatorial cationic and oxidative stress that enhances the potent fungicidal activity of phagocytes
D Kaloriti, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, A Tillmann, DA Smith, E Cook, ...
MBio 5 (4), e01334-14, 2014
552014
Mechanisms underlying the exquisite sensitivity of Candida albicans to combinatorial cationic and oxidative stress that enhances the potent fungicidal activity of phagocytes
D Kaloriti, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, A Tillmann, DA Smith, E Cook, ...
MBio 5 (4), e01334-14, 2014
552014
A systems biology analysis of long and short-term memories of osmotic stress adaptation in fungi
T You, P Ingram, MD Jacobsen, E Cook, A McDonagh, T Thorne, ...
BMC research notes 5 (1), 258, 2012
202012
A quantitative model for mRNA translation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
T You, GM Coghill, AJP Brown
Yeast 27 (10), 785-800, 2010
172010
A mathematical model of antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC)
F Hoffman, D Gavaghan, J Osborne, IP Barrett, T You, H Ghadially, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 436, 39-50, 2018
92018
Mechanisms underlying the exquisite sensitivity of Candida albicans to combinatorial cationic and oxidative stress that enhances the potent fungicidal activity of phagocytes …
D Kaloriti, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, A Tillmann, DA Smith, E Cook, ...
CAS PubMed Article, 2014
82014
Analysing GCN4 translational control in yeast by stochastic chemical kinetics modelling and simulation
T You, I Stansfield, MC Romano, AJP Brown, GM Coghill
BMC systems biology 5 (1), 131, 2011
82011
Mechanisms underlying the exquisite sensitivity of Candida albicans to combinatorial cationic and oxidative stress that enhances the potent fungicidal activity of phagocytes …
D Kaloriti, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, A Tillmann, DA Smith, E Cook, ...
Epub 2014/07/17. doi: 10.1128/mBio. 01334-14. PubMed PMID: 25028425, 0
5
SPLASH: Systematic proteomics laboratory analysis and storage hub
SL Lo, T You, Q Lin, SB Joshi, MCM Chung, CL Hew
Proteomics 6 (6), 1758-1769, 2006
42006
A quantitative model for the translational control of GCN4 in yeast
T You, GML Coghill, AJP Brown
Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering, 2007
22007
Investigating receptor enzyme activity using time-scale analysis
T You, H Yue
IET Syst Biol. 9 (6), 268-276, 2015
2015
Time scale analysis of receptor enzyme activity: Irreversible inhibition sometimes exhibits incubation-time independence
T You, H Yue
2014 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM …, 2014
2014
Translational Control of GCN4
T You, GM Coghill, AJP Brown
Encyclopedia of Systems Biology, 2293-2296, 2013
2013
Eukaryotic translation initiation factor interactions
T You, GM Coghill, AJP Brown
Encyclopedia of systems biology, 675-678, 2013
2013
Impact of combinatorial stresses upon Candida albicans
D Kaloriti, A Tillmann, M Jacobsen, Z Yin, M Patterson, E Radmaneshfar, ...
Mycoses 55 (Suppl. 4), 15, 2012
2012
A quantitative model for the GCN4 translational control in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
T You, AJP Brown, GM Coghill
BMC Systems Biology 1 (S1), P1, 2007
2007
SPLASH
SL Low, T You, SBQ Lin, MCM Chung, CL Hew
Proteomics 6 (6), 1758-1769, 2006
2006
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