Tyler Cullender
Tyler Cullender
PhD Candidate, Cornell University
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Metabolic syndrome and altered gut microbiota in mice lacking Toll-like receptor 5
M Vijay-Kumar, JD Aitken, FA Carvalho, TC Cullender, S Mwangi, ...
Science 328 (5975), 228-231, 2010
18922010
Host remodeling of the gut microbiome and metabolic changes during pregnancy
O Koren, JK Goodrich, TC Cullender, A Spor, K Laitinen, HK Bäckhed, ...
Cell 150 (3), 470-480, 2012
11862012
Transient inability to manage proteobacteria promotes chronic gut inflammation in TLR5-deficient mice
FA Carvalho, O Koren, JK Goodrich, MEV Johansson, I Nalbantoglu, ...
Cell host & microbe 12 (2), 139-152, 2012
3292012
Innate and adaptive immunity interact to quench microbiome flagellar motility in the gut
TC Cullender, B Chassaing, A Janzon, K Kumar, CE Muller, JJ Werner, ...
Cell host & microbe 14 (5), 571-581, 2013
2242013
Maternal gut microbiome biodiversity in pregnancy
MC Smid, NM Ricks, MA PANZER, MAN MCCOY, MA Azcarate-Peril, ...
American journal of perinatology 35 (1), 24, 2018
192018
279 Altered Gut Microbiota in Toll-Like Receptor-5 (TLR5) Deficient Mice Results in Metabolic Syndrome
M Vijay-Kumar, JD Aitken, FA Carvalho, TC Cullender, SM Mwangi, ...
Gastroenterology 138 (5), S-52, 2010
42010
Laboratory conditioning to still or flowing water does not affect the responses to a food stimulus by red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) in flowing water habitats
KW Pecor, KC Dean, TC Cullender
Food Additives and Contaminants 41 (1), 43-51, 2008
32008
Flagellum and anti-flagellum antibody levels in samples as a diagnostic biomarker and therapeutic target for metabolic syndrome
RE Ley, T Cullender
US Patent 9,885,089, 2018
2018
Tlr5 And Anti-Flagellin Iga Are Critical Elements To Quenching Bacterial Motility In The Mammalian Gut
T Cullender
2013
The gut microbiome of TLR5-/-mice displays increased motility, which can be inhibited by anti-flagellin antibodies
T Cullender
2013
Anti-flagellin antibodies inhibit motility in Roseburia intestinalis and Clostridium ramosum
T Cullender
2013
A novel connection between the Nuclear Pore Complex and The Cell Division Cycle in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: The Nucleoporins Nup84 and Nup188 are Significant to the Activity …
T Cullender
Memphis, Tenn.: Rhodes College, 2008
2008
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