|Disease manifestations and pathogenic mechanisms of group A Streptococcus|
MJ Walker, TC Barnett, JD McArthur, JN Cole, CM Gillen, A Henningham, ...
Clinical microbiology reviews 27 (2), 264-301, 2014
|A Systematic and Functional Classification of Streptococcus pyogenes That Serves as a New Tool for Molecular Typing and Vaccine Development|
M Sanderson-Smith, DMP De Oliveira, J Guglielmini, DJ McMillan, T Vu, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 210 (8), 1325-1338, 2014
|New multi-determinant strategy for a group A streptococcal vaccine designed for the Australian Aboriginal population|
ER Brandt, KS Sriprakash, RI Hobb, WA Hayman, W Zeng, MR Batzloff, ...
Nature medicine 6 (4), 455-459, 2000
|The streptococcal M protein: a highly versatile molecule|
PR Smeesters, DJ McMillan, KS Sriprakash
Trends in microbiology 18 (6), 275-282, 2010
|Contrasting molecular epidemiology of group A streptococci causing tropical and nontropical infections of the skin and throat|
DE Bessen, JR Carapetis, B Beall, R Katz, M Hibble, BJ Currie, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 182 (4), 1109-1116, 2000
|Pharyngeal carriage of group C and group G streptococci and acute rheumatic fever in an Aboriginal population|
A Haidan, SR Talay, M Rohde, KS Sriprakash, BJ Currie, GS Chhatwal
The Lancet 356 (9236), 1167-1169, 2000
|Phylogenetic evidence for reclassification of Calymmatobacterium granulomatis as Klebsiella granulomatis comb. nov.|
JS Carter, FJ Bowden, I Bastian, GM Myers, KS Sriprakash, DJ Kemp
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 49 (4 …, 1999
|Characterization and sequence of a plasmid from the trachoma biovar of Chlamydia trachomatis|
KS Sriprakash, ES Macavoy
Plasmid 18 (3), 205-214, 1987
|Clinical and epidemiological features of group A streptococcal bacteraemia in a region with hyperendemic superficial streptococcal infection|
JR Carapetis, AM Walker, M Hibble, KS Sriprakash, BJ Currie
Epidemiology & Infection 122 (1), 59-65, 1999
|Updated model of group A Streptococcus M proteins based on a comprehensive worldwide study|
DJ McMillan, PA Drèze, T Vu, DE Bessen, J Guglielmini, AC Steer, ...
Clinical Microbiology and Infection 19 (5), E222-E229, 2013
|Vir typing: a long-PCR typing method for group A streptococci.|
D Gardiner, J Hartas, B Currie, JD Mathews, DJ Kemp, KS Sriprakash
Genome Research 4 (5), 288-293, 1995
|Role of Exonuclease and β Protein of Phage λ in Genetic Recombination, V. Recombination of λ DNA in Vitro|
E Cassuto, T Lash, KS Sriprakash, CM Radding
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 68 (7), 1639-1643, 1971
|Molecular epidemiology of impetiginous group A streptococcal infections in aboriginal communities of northern Australia.|
DL Gardiner, KS Sriprakash
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 34 (6), 1448-1452, 1996
|Pseudomonas pseudomallei isolates collected over 25 years from a non-tropical endemic focus show clonality on the basis of ribotyping|
B Currie, H Smith-Vaughan, C Golledge, N Buller, KS Sriprakash, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 113 (2), 307-312, 1994
|Location of transcriptional control signals and transfer RNA sequences in Torulopsis glabrata mitochondrial DNA.|
GD Clark‐Walker, CR McArthur, KS Sriprakash
The EMBO Journal 4 (2), 465-473, 1985
|Virulence Profiling of Streptococcus dysgalactiae Subspecies equisimilis Isolated from Infected Humans Reveals 2 Distinct Genetic Lineages That Do Not …|
MR Davies, DJ McMillan, RG Beiko, V Barroso, R Geffers, KS Sriprakash, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 44 (11), 1442-1454, 2007
|M protein‐mediated plasminogen binding is essential for the virulence of an invasive Streptococcus pyogenes isolate|
ML Sanderson-Smith, K Dinkla, JN Cole, AJ Cork, PG Maamary, ...
The FASEB Journal 22 (8), 2715-2722, 2008
|Plasminogen binding by group A streptococcal isolates from a region of hyperendemicity for streptococcal skin infection and a high incidence of invasive infection|
FC McKay, JD McArthur, ML Sanderson-Smith, S Gardam, BJ Currie, ...
Infection and Immunity 72 (1), 364-370, 2004
|Disease burden due to Streptococcus dysgalactiae subsp. equisimilis (group G and C streptococcus) is higher than that due to Streptococcuspyogenes among Mumbai school children|
PV Bramhachari, SY Kaul, DJ McMillan, MS Shaila, MG Karmarkar, ...
Journal of medical microbiology 59 (2), 220-223, 2010
|High Diversity of Group A Streptococcal emm Types in an Indian Community: The Need to Tailor Multivalent Vaccines|
N Dey, DJ McMillan, PJ Yarwood, RM Joshi, R Kumar, MF Good, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 40 (1), 46-51, 2005