Supervised by Dr Jody Winter, this paper describes work that was completed by Ben Murray and Robin Dawson (former MRes students at NTU who undertook research projects in the AROM group) and Lolwah Alsharaf, who is currently writing up her PhD thesis. They found that outer-membrane vesicles produced by Helicobacter pylori can help to protect the bacterium against hydrogen peroxide and some antimicrobial agents.
Murray B, Dawson R, Alsharaf L, Winter J. Protective effects of Helicobacter pylori membrane vesicles against stress and antimicrobial agents. Microbiology. 2020;doi.org/10.1099/mic.0.000934.