Manalee Surve, PhD
Manalee Surve, PhD
Research Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
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Membrane vesicles of group B Streptococcus disrupt feto-maternal barrier leading to preterm birth
MV Surve, A Anil, KG Kamath, S Bhutda, LK Sthanam, A Pradhan, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (9), e1005816, 2016
Heterogeneity in pneumolysin expression governs the fate of Streptococcus pneumoniae during blood-brain barrier trafficking
MV Surve, S Bhutda, A Datey, A Anil, S Rawat, A Pushpakaran, D Singh, ...
PLoS pathogens 14 (7), e1007168, 2018
Glyco-gold nanoparticle shapes enhance carbohydrate–protein interactions in mammalian cells
S Sangabathuni, RV Murthy, PM Chaudhary, M Surve, A Banerjee, ...
Nanoscale 8 (25), 12729-12735, 2016
Histochemical staining of collagen and identification of its subtypes by picrosirius red dye in mouse reproductive tissues
S Bhutda, MV Surve, A Anil, K Kamath, N Singh, D Modi, A Banerjee
Bio-protocol 7 (21), e2592-e2592, 2017
Streptococcus pneumoniae utilizes a novel dynamin independent pathway for entry and persistence in brain endothelium
MV Surve, S Apte, S Bhutda, KG Kamath, KS Kim, A Banerjee
Current Research in Microbial Sciences 1, 62-68, 2020
Structural insights into loss of function of a pore forming toxin and its role in pneumococcal adaptation to an intracellular lifestyle
DC Badgujar, A Anil, AE Green, MV Surve, S Madhavan, A Beckett, ...
PLoS pathogens 16 (11), e1009016, 2020
Cell-to-cell phenotypic heterogeneity in pneumococcal pathogenesis
MV Surve, A Banerjee
Future Microbiology 14 (8), 647-651, 2019
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