Aidan Coffey
Aidan Coffey
Cork Institute of Technology
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Evaluation of a cocktail of three bacteriophages for biocontrol of Escherichia coli O157: H7
G O'flynn, RP Ross, GF Fitzgerald, A Coffey
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70 (6), 3417-3424, 2004
4472004
Bacteriophage and their lysins for elimination of infectious bacteria
S O'Flaherty, RP Ross, A Coffey
FEMS microbiology reviews 33 (4), 801-819, 2009
2712009
The recombinant phage lysin LysK has a broad spectrum of lytic activity against clinically relevant staphylococci, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
S O'flaherty, A Coffey, W Meaney, GF Fitzgerald, RP Ross
Journal of bacteriology 187 (20), 7161-7164, 2005
2362005
Potential of the polyvalent anti-Staphylococcus bacteriophage K for control of antibiotic-resistant staphylococci from hospitals
S O'flaherty, RP Ross, W Meaney, GF Fitzgerald, MF Elbreki, A Coffey
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71 (4), 1836-1842, 2005
2272005
Genome of staphylococcal phage K: a new lineage of Myoviridae infecting gram-positive bacteria with a low G+ C content
S O'Flaherty, A Coffey, R Edwards, W Meaney, GF Fitzgerald, RP Ross
Journal of bacteriology 186 (9), 2862-2871, 2004
2002004
Phage therapy in the food industry
L Endersen, J O'Mahony, C Hill, RP Ross, O McAuliffe, A Coffey
Annual review of food science and technology 5, 327-349, 2014
1882014
Bacteriophage-resistance systems in dairy starter strains: molecular analysis to application
A Coffey, RP Ross
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 82 (1-4), 303-321, 2002
1732002
Bacteriophages ϕMR299-2 and ϕNH-4 can eliminate Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the murine lung and on cystic fibrosis lung airway cells
D Alemayehu, PG Casey, O McAuliffe, CM Guinane, JG Martin, ...
MBio 3 (2), e00029-12, 2012
1622012
Movers and shakers: influence of bacteriophages in shaping the mammalian gut microbiota
S Mills, F Shanahan, C Stanton, C Hill, A Coffey, RP Ross
Gut microbes 4 (1), 4-16, 2013
1592013
Recombinant bacteriophage lysins as antibacterials
M Fenton, O McAuliffe, J O’Mahony, A Coffey
Bioengineered bugs 1 (1), 9-16, 2010
1572010
Influence of in-situ synthesized exopolysaccharides on the quality of gluten-free sorghum sourdough bread
S Galle, C Schwab, F Dal Bello, A Coffey, MG Gänzle, EK Arendt
International journal of food microbiology 155 (3), 105-112, 2012
1282012
Production, properties, and industrial food application of lactic acid bacteria-derived exopolysaccharides
E Zannini, DM Waters, A Coffey, EK Arendt
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 100 (3), 1121-1135, 2016
1222016
Phage lysin LysK can be truncated to its CHAP domain and retain lytic activity against live antibiotic-resistant staphylococci
M Horgan, G O’Flynn, J Garry, J Cooney, A Coffey, GF Fitzgerald, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (3), 872-874, 2009
1202009
Plasmids of lactococci–genetic accessories or genetic necessities?
S Mills, OE McAuliffe, A Coffey, GF Fitzgerald, RP Ross
FEMS microbiology reviews 30 (2), 243-273, 2006
1132006
Bacteriophages and bacterial plant diseases
C Buttimer, O McAuliffe, RP Ross, C Hill, J O’Mahony, A Coffey
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 34, 2017
1102017
Inhibition of bacteriophage K proliferation on Staphylococcus aureus in raw bovine milk
S O'flaherty, A Coffey, WJ Meaney, GF Fitzgerald, RP Ross
Letters in applied microbiology 41 (3), 274-279, 2005
1082005
Phage and their lysins as biocontrol agents for food safety applications
B Cof fey, S Mills, A Coffey, O McAuliffe, RP Ross
Annual review of food science and technology 1, 449-468, 2010
1012010
Prevention of Staphylococcus aureus biofilm formation and reduction in established biofilm density using a combination of phage K and modified derivatives
D Kelly, O McAuliffe, RP Ross, A Coffey
Letters in applied microbiology 54 (4), 286-291, 2012
922012
AbiG, a genotypically novel abortive infection mechanism encoded by plasmid pCI750 of Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris UC653.
L O'Connor, A Coffey, C Daly, GF Fitzgerald
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 62 (9), 3075-3082, 1996
841996
The newly isolated lytic bacteriophages st104a and st104b are highly virulent against Salmonella enterica
G O'Flynn, A Coffey, GF Fitzgerald, RP Ross
Journal of applied microbiology 101 (1), 251-259, 2006
822006
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