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Tamara Lea Doering


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Office Address:

Department of Molecular Microbiology
Campus Box 8230, 660 S. Euclid Avenue
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri 63110-1093
Tel: 314-747-5597 Fax: 314-362-1232
Email: doering [at] borcim.wustl.edu

   

 

 

Education:

1983 B.A. Biology Honors Program, Johns Hopkins University
1991 Ph. D. Department of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
1991 M. D. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Academic Positions:

2011 Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University Medical School
2007 Director, Graduate Program in Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis
2004 Associate Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University Medical School
1999 -2004 Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University Medical School
1997-1999 Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Cornell University Medical College

Honors and Awards:

2007 Steering Committee, Consortium for Functional Glycomics
2005 Member, American Society for Clinical Investigation
2005-2008 Advisory Board Member, European Consortium for Fungal Cell Wall
2004 Mentor Award, Academic Women’s Network
2000-2005 Craig Faculty Fellowship, Washington University School of Medicine
2000-2003 Burroughs Wellcome New Investigator Award in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology
1996-2000 Burroughs Wellcome Career Award in the Biomedical Sciences
1993-1995 Miller Institute Fellowship Award for Basic Research in Science
1993 NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
1991 Shanoff Research Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
1991 Genzyme Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies on Complex Carbohydrates
1984-1991 Medical Scientist Training Program Fellowship
1983 Biology Honors Graduate, Johns Hopkins University
1983 Phi Beta Kappa, Johns Hopkins University

University Service:

Washington University Medical School
   Strategic Planning Committee, Office of Post Graduate Affairs (2008 – )
   Director, Graduate Program in Molecular Microbiology (2007 – present)
   Distinguished Faculty Awards Committee (2007, 2008)
   Preclinical Representative, Executive Committee of the Faculty Council (2005 – 2007)
   Diversity Steering Committee (2005 – 2007)
   Co-director, Infectious Diseases Training Grant, (2004 – present)
   Secretary, Academic Women’s Network (2004 – 2007)
   Biochemistry Steering Committee (2003 – 2006)
   Molecular Microbiology Steering Committee (2002 – present)
   Infectious Diseases Faculty Recruitment Committee (2002)
   Molecular Microbiology Faculty Recruitment Committees (2002 – 2009)
   Center for Women’s Infectious Disease Research Recruitment Committee (2008 -)
   Minority Recruitment Forum (2000)
   Graduate Admissions Committee (2000 – 2003)
   MSTP & Graduate Student Recruitment (1999 – present)

Cornell University Medical College
   Dean's Task Force on Post-doctoral Fellows
   Departmental Retreat Committee
   Pathology Faculty Recruitment Committee
   Structural Biology Faculty Recruitment Committee
   Tri-institutional MSTP Program Recruitment Committee

Editorial Service:

Associate Editor: PloS Pathogens (2008- )   Infection & Immunity
Editorial Board Member: Eukaryotic Cell (2005-2010)   Journal of Bacteriology
Editorial Advisory Board Member: Molecular Microbiology (2003-2009)   Journal of Biological Chemistry
Archives of Microbiology   Journal of Cell Biology
Biological Procedures   Journal of Clinical Microbiology
Cellular Microbiology   Journal of Experimental Medicine
Current Genetics   Medical Mycology
EMBO Journal   Microbiology
European Journal of Biochemistry   Molecular & Biochemical Parasitology
FASEB Journal   Molecular Biology of the Cell
FEMS Yeast   Molecular & Cellular Biology
Fungal Genetics & Biology   Planta
Genetics   PloS Biology
Glycobiology   PNAS
     

Professional Memberships:

American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
American Society for Microbiology
Society for Glycobiology

Research Experience:

    1996-7 Visiting scientist with Dr. Arturo Casadevall, Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Biology of melanin in C. neoformans.

    1993-6 Postdoctoral research with Dr. Randy Schekman, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley. Intracellular transport of GPI-anchored proteins in S. cerevisiae.

    1991-2 Postdoctoral research with Dr. Paul Englund. Professor of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Fatty acid metabolism in trypanosomes, and the use of myristate analogs as possible antiparasitic chemotherapeutic agents.

    1986-91 Thesis research with Dr. Paul T. Englund and Dr. Gerald W. Hart, Professors of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Biosynthesis of trypanosome glycosyl phosphatidylinositol anchors.

    1984 Graduate school rotation with Dr. M. Daniel Lane, Professor of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Tissue distribution of p422, a putative lipid carrier.

    1983-4 Laboratory technician with Dr. Saul Roseman, Professor of Biology, Johns Hopkins University. Cloning and sequencing genes of the bacterial phosphotransferase system.

    1981-3 Undergraduate research with Dr. Saul Roseman. Project as above.

    1980-1 Undergraduate research with Dr. Michael Edidin, Professor of Biology, Johns Hopkins University. Assisted with tissue culture and antibody production.

Invited Presentations (since 1996):

2009 Duke University School of Medicine, University of Arizona College of Medicine, 20th International Glycoconjugates Symposium, Complex Carbohydrates Research Center, University of Georgia at Athens

2008 Meeting of the Society for Glycobiology, 6th International Symposium on Glycosyltransferases, Washington University Medical School (Cell Biology Department), 7th International Conference on Cryptococcus and Cryptococcosis, Washington University Medical School (Molecular Microbiology Department)

2007 Pasteur Institute, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Awardees Meeting

2006 National Institutes of Health, University of California at San Francisco, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Marine Biological Laboratories at Woods Hole, Gordon Research Conference on Cellular and Molecular Fungal Biology

2005 Gordon Research Conference on Glycobiology, ASBMB Annual Meeting, SUNY at Stony Brook, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, FEBS Course on Human Fungal Pathogens, American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, 6th International Conference on Cryptococcus & Cryptococcosis, Chicago Area Mycology and Parasitology Meeting

2004 University of California at Los Angeles, Marine Biological Laboratories (Mycology course & Parasitology course), Gordon Research Conference on Cellular and Molecular Fungal Biology

2003 Georgetown University, Pasteur Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Gordon Research Conference on Glycobiology, Meeting of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycoses, Meeting of the Society for Glycobiology, Joint meeting of the Mycological Society of America and the British Mycological Society, 3rd Cryptococcal Genome Meeting

2002 University of Washington, University of California at San Diego, Midwest Pathogenesis Meeting, FASEB Conference on Microbial Pathogenesis, Gordon Research Conference on the Biology of Host-Parasite Interactions, American Society for Microbiology General Meeting

2001 University of Cambridge, Oxford Glycosciences, University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Pedro Kouri Institute of Tropical Medicine (Cuba), University of Wisconsin-Madison, Colorado State University, Woods Hole Marine Biology Labs, Meeting on the Molecular Mechanisms of Fungal Cell Wall Biosynthesis

2000 Duke University Medical Center, St. Louis University, Washington University School of Medicine, Neose Corporation, Woods Hole Marine Biology Labs

1999 University of New Mexico, Georgia Tech, University of Southern California, McGill University, University of Colorado Health Science Center, University of Pittsburgh, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, University of California at Los Angeles, Northwestern University Medical School, Washington University School of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Neose Corporation, Meeting of the Society for Glycobiology, Gordon Research Conference on Glycobiology, 4th International Conference on Cryptococcus and Cryptococcosis

1998 Boston University School of Medicine, Hunter College of CUNY

1997 Merck & Co., SUNY Stony Brook, Sloan Kettering Cancer Research Center

1996 Columbia University Medical School, Albert Einstein Medical School, University of California at San Diego, Cornell University Medical College

Service to Scientific Community:

Meetings & Conferences
Organizer, regional mycology club (monthly meetings since 2000)
Session chair, Glycobiology (2001), Int. Society of Human & Animal Mycology (2003), Cryptococcus and Cryptococcosis (2005), Glycobiology (2005), Cryptococcus and Cryptococcosis (2008), 20th International Symposium on Glycoconjugates (2009)
Program committee, Glycobiology (2004; Joint meeting of Japanese and U.S. societies), Cryptococcus and Cryptococcosis (2008), 20th International Symposium on Glycoconjugates (2009)

Grant Reviews (ad hoc reviewer for the NIH panel indicated)
2001    Conference grant panel, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
2003    Tropical Medicine and Parasitology; Microbial Physiology-1; AIDS Opportunistic Infections and Cancer
2004    Biophysical and Chemical Sciences (BPC-B) Special Emphasis Panel
2005    Membrane Biology and Protein Processing; Rapid Access to Intervention Development Pilot Program
2007    Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Fellowships; Fungal Pathogenesis Special Emphasis Panel
2008    Fungal Pathogenesis Special Emphasis Panel   

Trainees:

Current graduate student: Morgann Reilly

Current postdoctoral fellow: Pardeep Kumar

Former graduate student: Aki Yoneda (Postdoctoral fellow, Washington University)

Former postdoctoral fellows: Sarah Franzot (Assistant Director of Science, Triosyn Corporation, Montreal, Canada), Ulf Sommer (ACE Biosciences, Odense, Denmark), Maor Bar-Peled (Associate Professor with tenure, University of Georgia at Athens and Complex Carbohydrate Research Center), Amy Reese (Assistant Professor, Cedarcrest College, PA), Jeramia Ory (Assistant Professor, King’s College, PA), Myoung-Ju Kim, Indrani Bose (Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University, NC), J. Stacey Klutts (Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, IA)

Visiting scientists: Isabelle Mouyna (Pasteur Institute), Fernando Gutierrez (University of Tenerife)

Rotation students: John Ly (2000), Sonja Johnson (2001), Ashley Nenninger (2001), Tracy Nicholson (2003), Aki Yoneda (2004), Simren Meta (2004), Morgan Reilly (2005), Sunday Oladipupo (2005), Katherine Lewandowski (2005), Sarah Fentress (2006), Tamira Butler (2007), Nicole Salinas (2008), Lala Motlhabi (2008)

Undergraduate students for > 1 semester (* denotes current): Tricia Cottrell (MSTP program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine), Matt Vogt (MSTP program at Washington University School of Medicine), Colleen Skau (2nd prize, undergraduate poster competition 2006; PhD program in Biology at University of Chicago), Greg Hill, Sarah Yang, Dharmesh Tank, *Elizabeth Held

Short term undergraduate students: Alex Meizlish, Jamie Thomas, Trey Pool, A.J. Enciso, Anubodh Varshnay

High school students: Tricia Cottrell (MSTP program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine), Megan Fieser (2nd place winner of Sanofi-aventis International BioGENEius Challenge for her lab project; undergraduate at Washington University)


Peer Reviewed Manuscripts:

1.  David A. Bernlohr, Tamara L. Doering, Thomas J. Kelly, Jr. and M. Daniel Lane.  Tissue specific expression of p422 protein, a putative lipid carrier in mouse adipocytes.  Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 132, 850-855, 1985.

2.  David W. Saffen, Kathleen A. Presper, Tamara L. Doering and Saul Roseman.  Molecular cloning and structural analysis of the E. coli ptsH, ptsI, and crr  genes.  J. Biol. Chem. 262, 16241-16253, 1987.

3.  James D. Bangs, Tamara L. Doering, Paul T. Englund and Gerald W. Hart.  Biosynthesis of a variant surface glycoprotein of Trypanosoma brucei:  Processing of the glycolipid membrane anchor and N-linked oligosaccharides.  J. Biol. Chem. 263, 17697-17705, 1988.

4.  Wayne J. Masterson, Tamara L. Doering, Gerald W. Hart and Paul T. Englund.  A novel pathway for glycan assembly: Biosynthesis of the glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol membrane anchor of the trypanosome variant surface glycoproteinCell56, 793-800, 1989.

5.  Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson, Paul T. Englund, and Gerald W. Hart.  Biosynthesis of the glycosyl phosphatidylinositol membrane anchor of the trypanosome variant surface glycoprotein: Origin of the non-acetylated glucosamine.  J. Biol. Chem. 264, 11168-11173, 1989.

6.  Jessica L. Krakow, Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson, Gerald W. Hart and Paul T. Englund.  A glycolipid from Trypanosoma brucei related to the variant surface glycoprotein membrane anchor.  Mol. Biochem. Parasitol.36, 263-270, 1989.

7.  Mark F. Bean, James D. Bangs, Tamara L. Doering, Paul T. Englund, Gerald W. Hart, Catherine Fenselau, and Robert J. Cotter. Assessing heterogeneity of the high-mannose glycopeptide gp432 on the variant surface glycoprotein of trypanosomes: A comparison of plasma desorption mass spectrometry and radiolabeling techniques.  Anal. Chem., 61, 2686-2688, 1989.

8.  Wayne J. Masterson, Jayne Raper, Tamara L. Doering, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund. Fatty acid remodeling: A novel reaction sequence in the biosynthesis of trypanosome glycosyl phosphatidylinositol membrane anchors.Cell,62, 73-80, 1990.        

9.  Tamara L. Doering, Jayne Raper, Laurence U. Buxbaum, Jeffrey I. Gordon, Steven P. Adams, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund.  An analog of myristic acid with selective toxicity for African trypanosomes.  Science,252, 1851-1854, 1991.

10.  Tamara L. Doering, Melissa S. Pessin, Eleanor F. Hoff, Gerald W. Hart, Dan M. Raben, and Paul T. Englund.  Trypanosome metabolism of myristate, the fatty acid required for the variant surface glycoprotein membrane anchor. J. Biol. Chem. 268, 9215-9222, 1993.

11.  Tamara L. Doering, Melissa S. Pessin, Gerald W. Hart, Daniel M. Raben, and Paul T. Englund.   The fatty acids in unremodeled trypanosome phosphatidylinositols.  Biochem. J.,299, 741-746, 1994.

12.  Tamara L. Doering, Tianbao Lu, Karl A. Werbovetz, George Gokel, Gerald W. Hart, Jeffrey I. Gordon, and Paul T. Englund.  The toxicity of myristic acid analogs towards African trypanosomes.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA,91, 9735-9739, 1994.

13.  Tamara L. Doering and Randy Schekman.  GPI-anchor attachment is required for Gas1p transport from the endoplasmic reticulum in COP II vesicles.  EMBO J., 15, 182-191, 1996.

14.  Christine Sütterlin, Tamara L. Doering, Frauke Schimmöller, Stephan Schröder and Howard Riezman.  Specific requirements for the ER to Golgi transport of GPI-anchored proteins in yeastJ. Cell Science, 111, 2703-2714, 1997.

15. Tamara L. Doering and Randy Schekman.  GPI anchor attachment in a yeast in vitro system. Biochem. J.,328, 669-675, 1997.

16.  Lin-Chi Chen, David L. Goldman, Tamara L. Doering, Liise-anne Pirofski, and Arturo Casadevall.  The antibody response to Cryptococcus neoformans proteins in rodents and humans.  Infection & Immunity, 67, 2218-2224, 1999.

17. Tamara L. Doering, Joshua D. Nosanchuk, Wendy K. Roberts and Arturo Casadevall.  Melanin interactions with protein: A potential cryptococcal defense against microbicidal proteins. Medical Mycology, 37, 175-182, 1999.

18.  Sarah P. Franzot and Tamara L. Doering.  Specificity of GPI  inositol acylation in Cryptococcus neoformans. Biochem. J., 340, 25-32, 1999.

19. Tamara L. Doering. A unique a-1,3 mannosyl transferase of the pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformans. J. Bacteriol., 181, 5482-5488, 1999.

20. Lynda Pierini and Tamara L. Doering. Spatial and temporal sequence of capsule construction in Cryptococcus neoformans. Molecular Microbiology, 141, 105-115, 2001.

21.  Maor Bar-Peled, Cara L. Griffith, and Tamara L. Doering.  Functional cloning and characterization of a UDP-glucuronic acid decarboxylase: The pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformans elucidates UDP-xylose synthesis.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98, 12003-12008, 2001.

22.  Hong Liu, Tricia R. Cottrell, Lynda M. Pierini, William E. Goldman, and Tamara L. Doering.  RNA interference in the pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformansGenetics, 160, 463-470, 2001.

23. Amy J. Reese and Tamara L. Doering. Cell wall a-1,3-glucan is required to anchor the Cryptococcus neoformans capsuleMolecular Microbiology, 50, 1401-1409, 2003.

24. Ulf Sommer, Hong Liu, and Tamara  L. Doering.  An a-1,3-mannosyl transferase of Cryptococcus neoformansJ. Biol. Chem.,278, 47724-47730, 2003.

25. Maor Bar-Peled, Cara L. Griffith, Jeramia J. Ory, and Tamara L. Doering.  Biosynthesis of UDP-GlcA, a key metabolite for capsular polysaccharide synthesis in the pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformansBiochemical J., 381, 131-136, 2004 (DOI: 10.1042/BJ20031075, 2004.) 

26. Jeramia J. Ory, Cara L. Griffith, and Tamara L. Doering.  Copper regulation of gene transcription in Cryptococcus neoformans. Yeast, 21, 919-926, 2004.

27.  Isabelle Mouyna, Christine Henry, Tamara L. Doering, and Jean-Paul Latge.  Gene silencing with RNA interference in the human pathogenic fungus Aspergillus fumigatus.  FEMS Microbiol.,237, 317-324, 2004.

28. Aaron Tenney, Randall Brown, Charles Vasquez, Jennifer K. Lodge, Tamara L. Doering, and Michael R. Brent. Predicting genes in the genome sequence of Cryptococcus neoformans, a fungal pathogen with numerous extremely short introns. Genome Research,14, 2330-2335, 2004.

29. Cara Griffith, J. Stacey Klutts, Lijuan Zhang, Steven B. Leverey, and Tamara L. Doering.  UDP-glucose dehydrogenase plays multiple roles in the biology of the pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformansJ. Biol. Chem.,279, 51669-51676, 2004.

30.  Brendan J. Loftus et al.  (Tamara L. Doering is 15th of 54 authors) The genome of the basidiomycetous yeast and human pathogen Cryptococcus neoformansScience, 307, 1321-4, 2005.  

31.  Stephen M. Beverley, Katherine L. Owens, Melissa Showalter, Cara L. Griffith, Tamara L. Doering, Victoria C. Jones, and Michael R. McNeil. Identification of eukaryotic UDP-galactopyranose mutase in microbial and metazoal pathogens.  Eukaryotic Cell, 4, 1147-1154, 2005.

32. Aki Yoneda and Tamara L. Doering. A eukaryotic capsular polysaccharide is synthesized intracellularly and secreted via exocytosis.  Molecular Biology of the Cell, 17, 5131-40, 2006.

33.  Amy J. Reese, Aki Yoneda, Julia A. Breger, Anne Beauvais, Hong Liu, Cara L. Griffith, Indrani Bose, Myoung-Ju Kim, Colleen Skau, Sarah Yang, Julianne A. Sefko, Masako Osumi, Jean-Paul Latge, Eleftherios Mylonakis, and Tamara L. Doering. Loss of cell wall alpha(1-3) glucan affects Cryptococcus neoformans from ultrastructure to virulence. Molecular Microbiology, 63, 1385-1398, 2007.

34.  Tricia R. Cottrell, Cara L. Griffith, Hong Liu, Ashley A. Nenninger, and Tamara L. Doering.  The pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformans expresses two functional GDP-mannose transporters with distinct expression patterns and roles in capsule synthesis. Eukaryotic Cell, 6, 776-785, 2007.

35. J. Stacey Klutts, Steven B. Levery, and Tamara L. Doering. A b-1,2-xylosyltransferase from Cryptococcus neoformans defines a new family of glycosyltransferases. J. Biol. Chem., 282, 17890-17899, 2007.

36. Aki Yoneda and Tamara L. Doering. Regulation of Cryptococcus neoformans capsule size is mediated at the polymer level. Eukaryotic Cell, 7, 546-549, 2008.

37. J. Stacey Klutts and Tamara L. Doering. Cryptococcal xylosyltransferase 1 (Cxt1p) from Cryptocococus neoformans plays a direct role in the synthesis of capsule polysaccharides. J. Biol. Chem. 283, 14327-14334, 2008.

38. Sherry A. Castle, Elizabeth Owuor, Stephanie H. Thompson, Michelle R. Garnsey, J. Stacey Klutts, Tamara L. Doering, and Steven B. Levery. Glycosphingolipidomic analysis of Cryptococcus neoformans xylose pathway knockout strains.  The b-1,2-xylosyltransferase Cxt1p acts in glycosphingolipid synthesis in Cryptococcus neoformans. Eukaryotic Cell, 7, 1611-5, 2008.

39. Christian Heiss, J. Stacey Klutts, Zhirui Wang, Tamara L. Doering, and Parastoo Azadi. The structure of Cryptococcus neoformans galactoxylomannan contains b-D-glucuronic acid. Carbohydrate Research, in press, 2009.

40. Aki Yoneda and Tamara L. Doering. An unusual organelle in C. neoformans links luminal pH and capsule synthesis. Manuscript submitted.


Reviews and Methods:

1.  Paul T. Englund, Jessica L. Krakow, Dale Hereld, Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson and Gerald W. Hart.  Biosynthesis of the trypanosome variant surface glycoprotein: Attachment of the glycolipid membrane anchor.  In: Molecular Basis of the Action of Drugs and Toxic Substances  (N. Castognoli, T.P. Singer and C.C. Wang, eds.) Walter de Gruyter, New York, 1987.

2.  Dale Hereld, Jessica L. Krakow, Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund.  The membrane-anchoring glycolipid of the trypanosome variant surface glycoprotein.  In: Post-Translational Modification of Proteins by Lipids (U. Brodbeck and C. Bordier, eds.) Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1987.

3.  Paul T. Englund, Dale Hereld, Jessica L. Krakow, Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson and Gerald W. Hart.  The glycolipid anchor of the trypanosome variant surface glycoprotein: Its biosynthesis and cleavage. In: The Biology of Parasitism (P. Englund and A. Sher, eds.), Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, 1988.

4.  Tamara L. Doering, Wayne J. Masterson, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund. Biosynthesis of glycosyl phosphatidylinositol membrane anchors. J. Biol. Chem., 265, 611-614, 1990.

5.  Tamara L. Doering, Jayne Raper, Laurence U. Buxbaum, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund.  Biosynthesis of glycosyl phosphatidylinositol protein anchors.  Methods: A Companion to Methods in Enzymology,1, 288-296, 1990.

6.  Kojo Mensa-Wilmot, Tamara L. Doering, Jayne Raper, Laurence U. Buxbaum, Gerald W. Hart, and Paul T. Englund.  Glycosyl phosphatidylinositol membrane anchors in African trypanosomes. In: Molecular and Immunological Aspects of Parasitism (C.C. Wang, ed.), AAAS Press, Washington, D. C., 1991.

7.  Tamara L. Doering.  Glycosyl phosphatidylinositol protein anchors of African trypanosomes: Biosynthesis and therapeutic implications.  Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1991. 

8.  Jayne Raper, Tamara L. Doering, Lawrence U. Buxbaum, and Paul T. Englund.  Glycosyl phosphatidylinositols in Trypanosoma brucei. Experimental Parasitology76, 216-220, 1993.

9.  Tamara L. Doering, Paul T. Englund, and Gerald W. Hart.  Detection of glycophospholipid protein anchors on proteins.  In: Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, F. A. Ausubel et al, Eds., Unit 17, Analysis of Glycoconjugates, Guest Eds. A. Varki and J. Coligan, Greene Publishing and Wiley-Interscience, NY. 1993.

10.  Tamara L. Doering.  Glycosylphosphoinositol linkages of membrane glycoproteins.  In: Cell Surface and Extracellular Glycoconjugates: Structure and Function (David D. Roberts and Robert P. Mecham, eds.), Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, FL, 1993.

11.  Randy Schekman, Charles Barlowe, Sebastian Bednarak,  Joe Campbell,  Tamara Doering, Rainer Duden, Meta Kuehn, Michael Rexach,  Tom Yeung,  and Lelio Orci.  Coat Proteins and selective protein packaging into transport vesicles.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, 60, 11-21, 1995.

12. Tamara L. Doering. How does Cryptococcus get its coat? Trends in Microbiology, 8, 545-551, 2000.  [Response to a comment on this article Trends in Microbiology 9, p. 113 (2001).]

13.  Tricia R. Cottrell and Tamara L.  Doering.  Silence of the strands: RNA interference in eukaryotic pathogens.  Trends in Microbiology 11, 37-43, 2003.

14. Indrani Bose, Amy J. Reese, Jeramia J. Ory, Guilhem Janbon, and Tamara L. Doering.  A yeast under cover: The capsule of Cryptococcus neoformansEukaryotic Cell, 2, 655-663, 2003.

15. James S. Klutts, Aki Yoneda, Morgann C. Reilly, Indrani Bose, and Tamara L. Doering. Glycosyltransferases and their products: Cryptococcal variations on fungal themes. FEMS Yeast Research, 6, 499-512, 2006.

16. Jeffrey D. Esko, Tamara L. Doering, and Christian R. H. Raetz, Chapter 20: Eubacteria and Archaea, In: Essentials of Glycobiology, 2nd edition. (Ajit Varki, Richard D. Cummings, Jeffrey D. Esko, Hudson H. Freeze, Pamela Stanley, Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Gerald W. Hart and Marilyn E. Etzler, eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 2008.

17. Richard D. Cummings and Tamara L. Doering, Chapter 21: Fungi, In: Essentials of Glycobiology, 2nd edition. (Ajit Varki, Richard D. Cummings, Jeffrey D. Esko, Hudson H. Freeze, Pamela Stanley, Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Gerald W. Hart and Marilyn E. Etzler, eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 2008.

18. Morgann C. Reilly and Tamara L. Doering. Biosynthesis of fungal and yeast glycans. In:  Microbial Glycobiology: Structures, Relevance, and Applications (Anthony Moran, Patrick Brennan, Otto Holst, and Mark von Itzstein, eds.), Elsevier Press, Inc., San Diego, CA, in press for 2009.

19. Tamara L. Doering. How sweet it is! Capsule formation and cell wall biogenesis in Cryptococcus neoformans. Annual Reviews of Microbiology, Volume 63, in press for 2009.

20. Guilhem Janbon and Tamara L. Doering. Biosynthesis and genetics of the Cryptococcal capsule. In: Cryptococcus: From human pathogen to model yeast. (Joseph Heitman, June Kwon-Chung, John Perfect, Arturo Casadevall, Thomas R. Kozel, eds.) Invited chapter, submitted.

21. Carlos A. Q. Santos, Tamara L. Doering, and Victoria Stevens. Cryptococcal infections in non-HIV immunocompromised hosts. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. Invited review in preparation.

 

 
 

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