James Gurney
James Gurney
Assistant Professor, Georgia State University
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Combinatorial quorum sensing allows bacteria to resolve their social and physical environment
DM Cornforth, R Popat, L McNally, J Gurney, TC Scott-Phillips, A Ivens, ...
PNAS 111 (11), 4280-4284, 2014
Phage steering of antibiotic-resistance evolution in the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa
J Gurney, L Pradier, JS Griffin, C Gougat-Barbera, BK Chan, PE Turner, ...
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, eoaa026, 2020
Steering phages to combat bacterial pathogens
J Gurney, SP Brown, O Kaltz, ME Hochberg
Trends in microbiology 28 (2), 85-94, 2020
Why Put-Up with Immunity when there is Resistance: An Excursion into the Population and Evolutionary Dynamics of Restriction-Modification and CRISPR-Cas
JR Gurney, M Pleška, BL Levin
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1772), 20180096, 2019
Network structure and local adaptation in co‐evolving bacteria–phage interactions
J Gurney, L Aldakak, A Betts, C Gougat‐Barbera, T Poisot, O Kaltz, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (7), 1764-1777, 2017
Combinatorial communication in bacteria: Implications for the origins of linguistic generativity
TC Scott-Phillips, J Gurney, A Ivens, SP Diggle, R Popat
PLoS One 9 (4), e95929, 2014
Transient negative effects of antibiotics on phages do not jeopardise the advantages of combination therapies
C Torres-Barceló, J Gurney, C Gougat-Barberá, M Vasse, ME Hochberg
FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (8), fiy107, 2018
Antibiotic Stress Selects against Cooperation in a Pathogenic Bacterium
M Vasse, R Noble, AR Akhmetzhanov, C Torres-Barceló, J Gurney, ...
PNAS, 053066, 2016
The microbial olympics
M Youle, F Rohwer, A Stacy, M Whiteley, BC Steel, NJ Delalez, AL Nord, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 10 (8), 583-588, 2012
Bacterial quorum sensing allows graded and bimodal cellular responses to variations in population density
JB Rattray, SA Thomas, Y Wang, E Molotkova, J Gurney, JJ Varga, ...
MBio 13 (3), e00745-22, 2022
Combinatorial quorum sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa allows for novel cheating strategies
J Gurney, S Azimi, SP Brown, SP Diggle
Microbiology, 2020
In silico bacteria evolve robust cooperation via complex quorum-sensing strategies
Y Wang, JB Rattray, SA Thomas, J Gurney, SP Brown
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
Evolving antibiotics against resistance: A potential platform for natural product development?
K Wollein Waldetoft, J Gurney, J Lachance, PA Hoskisson, SP Brown
MBio 10 (6), 10.1128/mbio. 02946-19, 2019
Antibiotics drive expansion of rare pathogens in a chronic infection microbiome model
JJ Varga, CY Zhao, JD Davis, Y Hao, JM Farrell, JR Gurney, E Voit, ...
Msphere 7 (5), e00318-22, 2022
The las and rhl quorum sensing systems in Pseudomonas aeruginosa form a multi-signal reciprocal network which can tune reactivity to variations in physical and social environments
SA Thomas, A El-Zayat, J Gurney, JB Rattray, SP Brown
bioRxiv, 2023.02. 23.529764, 2023
Challenges and opportunities for cheat therapy in the control of bacterial infections
J Gurney, C Simonet, KW Waldetoft, SP Brown
Natural Product Reports 39 (2), 325-334, 2022
The dynamic response of quorum-sensing to density is robust to signal supplementation and signal synthase knockouts
JB Rattray, P Kramer, J Gurney, S Thomas, SP Brown
bioRxiv, 2022.09. 12.507654, 2022
Building reusable phage and antibiotic treatments via exploitation of bacteria-phage coevolutionary dynamics
J Gurney, SP Brown
bioRxiv, 2021.03. 31.437900, 2021
Bacterial quorum sensing allows graded responses to variations in density, on both individual and population scales
J Rattray, S Thomas, Y Wang, S Brown
The dynamic response of quorum sensing to density is robust to signal supplementation and individual signal synthase knockouts
JB Rattray, PJ Kramer, J Gurney, S Thomas, SP Brown
Microbiology 169 (5), 2023
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