Nicholas R. Waterfield
Nicholas R. Waterfield
Associate Professor (Reader), University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
A single Photorhabdus gene, makes caterpillars floppy (mcf), allows Escherichia coli to persist within and kill insects
PJ Daborn, N Waterfield, CP Silva, CPY Au, S Sharma
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (16), 10742-10747, 2002
2372002
The tc genes of Photorhabdus: a growing family
NR Waterfield, DJ Bowen, JD Fetherston, RD Perry
Trends in microbiology 9 (4), 185-191, 2001
2142001
Photorhabdus and a Host of Hosts
NR Waterfield, T Ciche, D Clarke
Annual review of microbiology 63, 557-574, 2009
2092009
Insecticidal toxins from Photorhabdus bacteria and their potential use in agriculture
A Dowling, NR Waterfield
Toxicon 49 (4), 436-451, 2007
1982007
Photorhabdus: towards a functional genomic analysis of a symbiont and pathogen
R Ffrench-Constant, N Waterfield, P Daborn, S Joyce, H Bennett, C Au, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 26 (5), 433-456, 2003
1932003
Sequencing and analysis of the prolate-headed lactococcal bacteriophage c2 genome and identification of the structural genes.
MW Lubbers, NR Waterfield, TP Beresford, RW Le Page, AW Jarvis
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61 (12), 4348-4356, 1995
1571995
Bacterial infection of a model insect: Photorhabdus luminescens and Manduca sexta
CP Silva, NR Waterfield, PJ Daborn, P Dean, T Chilver, CPY Au, ...
Cellular microbiology 4 (6), 329-339, 2002
1462002
A Pseudomonas aeruginosa type VI secretion phospholipase D effector targets both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
F Jiang, NR Waterfield, J Yang, G Yang, Q Jin
Cell host & microbe 15 (5), 600-610, 2014
1452014
Photorhabdus virulence cassettes confer injectable insecticidal activity against the wax moth
G Yang, AJ Dowling, U Gerike, NR Waterfield
Journal of bacteriology 188 (6), 2254-2261, 2006
1242006
Invertebrates as a source of emerging human pathogens
NR Waterfield, BW Wren
Nature Reviews Microbiology 2 (10), 833-841, 2004
1052004
Potentiation and cellular phenotypes of the insecticidal Toxin complexes of Photorhabdus bacteria
N Waterfield, M Hares, G Yang, A Dowling, R Ffrench‐Constant
Cellular microbiology 7 (3), 373-382, 2005
1022005
Comparative genomics of the emerging human pathogen Photorhabdus asymbiotica with the insect pathogen Photorhabdus luminescens
P Wilkinson, NR Waterfield, L Crossman, C Corton, M Sanchez-Contreras, ...
BMC genomics 10 (1), 302, 2009
1002009
Human infection with Photorhabdus asymbiotica: an emerging bacterial pathogen
J Gerrard, N Waterfield, R Vohra
Microbes and Infection 6 (2), 229-237, 2004
952004
Measuring virulence factor expression by the pathogenic bacterium Photorhabdus luminescens in culture and during insect infection
PJ Daborn, N Waterfield, MA Blight, RH Ffrench-Constant
Journal of bacteriology 183 (20), 5834-5839, 2001
952001
Evolution of microbial virulence: the benefits of stress
DL Arnold, RW Jackson, NR Waterfield, JW Mansfield
TRENDS in Genetics 23 (6), 293-300, 2007
892007
The Photorhabdus Pir toxins are similar to a developmentally regulated insect protein but show no juvenile hormone esterase activity
N Waterfield, S George Kamita, BD Hammock, R Ffrench-Constant
FEMS microbiology letters 245 (1), 47-52, 2005
892005
Genomic islands in Photorhabdus
NR Waterfield, PJ Daborn
Trends in microbiology 10 (12), 541-545, 2002
872002
Oral Toxicity of Photorhabdus luminescens W14 Toxin Complexes inEscherichia coli
N Waterfield, A Dowling, S Sharma, PJ Daborn, U Potter, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 67 (11), 5017-5024, 2001
872001
A genomic sample sequence of the entomopathogenic bacterium Photorhabdus luminescens W14: potential implications for virulence
RH Ffrench-Constant, N Waterfield, V Burland, NT Perna, PJ Daborn, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66 (8), 3310-3329, 2000
832000
The insecticidal toxin Makes caterpillars floppy (Mcf) promotes apoptosis in mammalian cells
AJ Dowling, PJ Daborn, NR Waterfield, P Wang, CH Streuli, ...
Cellular microbiology 6 (4), 345-353, 2004
812004
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