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2010
Grenville-Briggs LJ, Avrova AO, Hay RJ, Bruce CR, Whisson SC, van West P.  2010.  Identification of appressorial and mycelial cell wall proteins and a survey of the membrane proteome of Phytophthora infestans. Fungal Biology. 114:702-723.
2008
Walker CA, K M, Grenville-Briggs LJ, Avrova AO, Horner NR, McKinnon AD, Whisson SC, Birch PRJ, van West P.  2008.  A putative DEAD-box RNA-helicase is required for normal zoospore development in the late blight pathogen Phytophthora infestans. Fungal Genetics and Biology. 45:954-962. Abstract
Grenville-Briggs LJ, Anderson VL, Fugelstad J, Avrova AO, Bouzenzana J, Williams A, Wawra S, Whisson SC, Birch PRJ, Bulone V et al..  2008.  Cellulose synthesis in Phytophthora infestans is required for normal appressorium formation and successful infection of potato. Plant Cell. 20:720-738. Abstract
Judelson HS, Ah Fong AMV, Aux G, Avrova AO, Bruce CR, Cakir C, da Cunha L, Grenville-Briggs LJ, Latijnhouwers M, Ligterink W et al..  2008.  Gene expression profiling during asexual development of the late blight pathogen Phytophthora infestans reveals a highly dynamic transcriptome. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction. 21:433-447. Abstract
Avrova AO, Boevink P, Young V, Grenville-Briggs LJ, van West P, Birch PRJ, Whisson SC.  2008.  A novel Phytophthora infestans haustorium-specific membrane protein is requred for infection of potato. Cellular Microbiology. 10:2271-2284. Abstract
2007
Avrova AO, Whisson SC, Pritchard L, Venter E, de Luca S, Hein I, Birch PRJ.  2007.  A novel, non-protein-coding infection-specific gene family is clustered throughout the genome of Phytophthora infestans. Microbiology. 153:747-759. Abstract

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