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Matthew Hatkoff Ph.D. 2012

Matthew Hatkoff

B.S., Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Connecticut
Advisor:  Dr. David Thanassi
Current Position: Biology Instructor at Chesapeake College, Annapolis, MD.

Selected Publications

Hatkoff, M., Runco, L.M., Pujol, C., Jayatilakaa, I., Furie, M.B., Bliska, J., and Thanassi, D.G. 2012. Roles of the chaperone/user pathways of Yersinia pestis in the murine model of plague and adhesion to host cells. Infection and Immunity, Infection and Immunity 80(10): 3490-3500.

Quigley, B.R., Hatkoff, M., Thanassi, D.G., Ouattara, M., Eichenbaum, Z., and Scott, J.R. (2010) A foreign protein incorporated on the tip of T3 pili in Lactococcus lactis elicits systemic and mucosal immunity.  Infection and Immunity (78): 1294-1303.

Quigley, B.R., Zähner, D., Hatkoff, M., Thanassi, D.G., and Scott, J.R. (2009) Linkage of T3 and Cpa pilins in the Streptococcus pyogenes M3 pilus.  Molecular Microbiology (72): 1379-1394.