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Sandra Sallustio

InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentEmergency Medicine

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    1. Way SS, Sallustio S, Magliozzo RS, Goldberg MB. Impact of either elevated or decreased levels of cytochrome bd expression on Shigella flexneri virulence. J Bacteriol. 1999 Feb; 181(4):1229-37.
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    2. Shere KD, Sallustio S, Manessis A, D'Aversa TG, Goldberg MB. Disruption of IcsP, the major Shigella protease that cleaves IcsA, accelerates actin-based motility. Mol Microbiol. 1997 Aug; 25(3):451-62.
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    3. Stanley P, Sundaram S, Sallustio S. A subclass of cell surface carbohydrates revealed by a CHO mutant with two glycosylation mutations. Glycobiology. 1991 Jun; 1(3):307-14.
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    4. Stanley P, Sallustio S, Krag SS, Dunn B. Lectin-resistant CHO cells: selection of seven new mutants resistant to ricin. Somat Cell Mol Genet. 1990 May; 16(3):211-23.
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    5. Sallustio S, Stanley P. Isolation of Chinese hamster ovary ribosomal mutants differentially resistant to ricin, abrin, and modeccin. J Biol Chem. 1990 Jan 5; 265(1):582-8.
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    6. Sallustio S, Stanley P. Novel genetic instability associated with a developmentally regulated glycosyltransferase locus in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Somat Cell Mol Genet. 1989 Sep; 15(5):387-400.
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    7. Chaney WG, Howard DR, Pollard JW, Sallustio S, Stanley P. DNA transfection of Mammalian cells using polybrene. Methods Mol Biol. 1988; 4:363-70.
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    8. Chaney WG, Howard DR, Pollard JW, Sallustio S, Stanley P. High-frequency transfection of CHO cells using polybrene. Somat Cell Mol Genet. 1986 May; 12(3):237-44.
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