Mobley Research Laboratory: Department of Microbiology & Immunology: University of Michigan Medical School


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Book Chapters

1. Ambudkar, S.V., H.L.T. Mobley, B.P. Rosen, and G.W. Zlotnick. 1982. Ion extrusion systems in Escherichia coli. In E. Carafoli, A. Scarpa (ed.) Transport ATPases. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 402:455-456.

2. Misra, T.K., S. Silver, H.L.T. Mobley, and B.P. Rosen. 1984. Molecular genetics and biochemistry of heavy metal resistance in bacteria, pp. 63-81. In A.H. Tashjian, Jr. (ed.), Molecular and Cellular Approaches to Understanding Mechanisms of Toxicity. Harvard School of Public Health.

3. Rosen, B.P., S.A. Ambudkar, G.W. Zlotnick, H. Tsujibo, M.G. Borbolla, C.M. Chen, and H.L.T. Mobley. 1985. Calcium, sodium, phosphate, and arsenate transport in cells and vesicles of Escherichia coli, pp. 219-226. In F. Bronner and M. Peterlik (eds.), Epithelial calcium and phosphate transport: molecular and cellular aspects. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.

4. Mobley, H.L.T., and A.O. Summers. 1987. Plasmid-encoded ion transport systems, pp. 305-326. In B. P. Rosen and S. Silver (eds.), Ion Transport in Prokaryotes. Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, Florida.

5. Kemper, M.A., H.L.T. Mobley, and R.J. Doyle. 1988. How do Bacilli Elongate? pp. 98-108. In G.D. Shockman et al. (eds.), Antibiotic Inhibition of Bacterial Cell Surface Assembly and Function, ASM, Washington, D.C.

6. Kaper, J.B., H.L.T. Mobley, J.M. Michalski, D.A. Herrington, and M.M. Levine. 1988. Recent advances in developing a safe and effective live oral attenuated Vibrio cholerae vaccine. pp. 161-167. In N. Ohtomo and R.B. Sack (eds.), Advances in research on cholera and related diarrheas. KTK Scientific Publishers, Tokyo.

7. Mobley, H.L.T., L.E. Rosenthal, A.F. Trofa, and B.D. Jones. 1989. Optimization of detection of Campylobacter pylori by urease and DNA hybridization, pp. 127-131. In F. Megraud and H. Lamouliatte (eds.), Gastroduodenal pathology and Campylobacter pylori. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam.

8. Mobley, H.L.T., 1992. Microbial ureases. Vol. 4, pp. 327-335. In J. Lederberg (ed.), Encyclopedia of Microbiology. Academic Press, New York.

9. Mobley, H.L.T. and P.A. Foxall. 1994. Helicobacter pylori urease, pp. 41-58. In R. Hunt and G. Tytgat (eds.), Helicobacter pylori: Basic mechanisms to clinical cure, Kluver.

10. Mobley, H.L.T., G.R. Chippendale, and J.W. Warren. 1995. In vitro adherence of bacteria to exfoliated uroepithelial cells: Criteria for quantitative analysis, pp. 360-367. In R.J. Doyle and I. Ofek (eds.), Adhesion of microbial pathogens. Academic Press, Orlando, FL.

11. Mobley, H.L.T., 1996. Virulence of Proteus mirabilis. pp. 245-269. In H. Mobley and J. Warren (eds.), Urinary Tract Infections: Molecular pathogenesis and Clinical Management. ASM Press Washington, DC.

12. Mobley, H.L.T. and P.A. Foxall, 1997. Differentiation of Helicobacter pylori strains using PCR-RFLP. pp. 99-105. In Chris L. Clayton and Harry L. T. Mobley (eds.), Helicobacter pylori: Methods in Molecular Medicine. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.

13. Penn, C.W. and H.L.T. Mobley, 1997. Summary of the workshop on pathogenic mechanisms of Helicobacters. Pp. 553-557. In D.G. Newell, J.M. Ketley, and R.A. Feldman (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Campylobacters, Helicobacters, and Related Organisms. Plenum, London.

14. Mobley, H.L.T. 1997. Vaccines against Escherichia coli and Proteus urinary tract infections. pp. 945-962. In M.M. Levine, G.C. Woodrow, J.B. Kaper, and G.S. Coban (eds), New Generation Vaccines, Second Edition. Marcel Delker, Inc. New York.

15. Mobley, H.L.T. Structure and function of H. pylori urease. 1997. Pp. 59-73. In P.B. Ernst, P. Michetti, and P.D. Smith (eds), The Immunobiology of H. pylori: From pathogenesis to prevention. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia.

16. Mobley, H.L.T., J. Fulkerson, Jr., J. K. Hendricks, and R.M. Garner. 1997. Expression of catalytically active urease by Helicobacter pylori. pp. 58-66. In, A. Moran and C. O’Morain (eds), The Pathogenisis of H. pylori infection. Normed Verlag GmbH, Bad Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany

17. Heimer, S.R. and H.L.T. Mobley. 1998. Proteus Infection and Immunity - In, I.M. Roitt, P.J. Delves (eds), Encyclopedia of Immunology, Second Edition. Vol. 4, p. 2039-2042. Academic Press Ltd, London.

18. Megraud, F., Mobley, H.L.T. 1998 Helicobacter:. Pathogenetic mechanisms Pp. 465-468. In, A. Lastovica Diane G. Newell, Ethleen E. Lastovica (ed.), Campylobacters, Helicobacters, and Related Organisms. Plenum, London  

19. McGee, D.J. and H.L.T. Mobley. 1999. Mechanisms of H. pylori Infection: Bacterial factors. Pp. 155-180. In T.U. Westblom, S.J. Czinn, and J.G. Nedrud (eds), Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology. Gastroduodenal Disease and Helicobacteri pylori: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

20. Li, X. and H.L.T. Mobley. Bacterial Pili and Fimbriae. 2000. In, Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, London (available online prior to publication at

21. McGee, D., C. Coker, J.M. Harro, and H.L.T. Mobley. 2000. Bacterial Genetic Exchange. In, Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, London (available online prior to publication at

22. Coker, C., C.A. Poore, X. Li, and H.L.T. Mobley. 2000. Pathogenesis of Proteus mirabilis Urinary Tract Infection. Microbes Infect.2:1497-1505

23. Mobley, H.L.T. Helicobacter pylori urease. 2001 In M. Achtman and S. Suerbaum (ed.), Helicobacter pylori: Molecular and Cellular Biology. Horizon Press, United Kingdom. Pp. 155-170.

24. Cover, T.L., D.E. Berg, M.J. Blaser, and H.L.T. Mobley. 2001. Helicobacter pylori Pathogenesis. In Eduardo A. Groisman (ed.), Principles of Bacterial Pathogenesis. Academic Press, San Diego. pp. 510-558.

25. Coker, C., H. Zhao, and H.L.T. Mobley. 2002. Chapter 23. Uropathogenic Proteus mirabilis – A Urea Sensor. pp. 287-293. In B.W. Hicks (ed.), Green Fluorescent Protein: Applications and Protocols. Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey.

26. Mobley, H.L.T. 2001. Urease. In, H. Mobley, G. Mendz, S. Hazell (eds.) Helicobacter pylori: Physiology and Genetics. ASM Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 179-191

27. T. Testerman, McGee, D.J., and H.L.T. Mobley. 2001. Adherence and Colonization. In, H. Mobley, G. Mendz, S. Hazell (eds.) Helicobacter pylori: Physiology and Genetics. ASM Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 381-417

28. Mobley, H.L.T., G.L. Mendz, and S.L. Hazell. 2001. Overview. In, H. Mobley, G. Mendz, S. Hazell (eds.) Helicobacter pylori: Physiology and Genetics. ASM Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 3-5.

29. Jansen, A.M., Carrie. A. Poore, Xin Li, and Harry L.T. Mobley. 2001 Urinary Tract Infection Caused by Bacterial Species Other Than E. coli. pp. 1541-1548. In, Max Sussman (ed.). Molecular Medical Microbiology. Academic Press.

30. Warren, John W., Harry L.T. Mobley, and M.S. Donnenberg. 2001. Host-Parasite Interactions and Host Defense Mechanisms. pp. 903-921. In, R.W. Schrier (ed.), Diseases of the Kidney and Urinary Tract. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia.

31. Pechere, J.C., T. Bergan, F. Daschner, W. Jarvis, J. Kumazawa, T. Matsumoto, H. Mobley, H. Richet, W.K. Seto, and J.D. Sobel. 2001. Pathogens, Pathogenesis, and Resistance. pp. 59-78. In, K.G. Naber, J.C. Pechere, J. Kumazawa, S. Khoury, J.L. Gerberding, and A.J. Schaeffer (eds.), Nosocomial and Health Care Associated Infections in Urology. Health Publications Ltd, Plymouth, United Kingdom.

32. Bahrani-Mougeot, F., N. Gunther, M.S. Donnenberg, and H.L.T. Mobley. 2002. Uropathogenic E. coli. In, M. Donnenberg (ed.), Escherichia coli: Virulence Mechanisms of a Versatile Pathogen. Academic Press. pp. 239-268.

33. Mobley, H.L.T. 2005. Urease, Urolithiasis, and Colonization of the Urinary Tract. pp. 395-407. In, J.P. Nataro, P.S. Cohen, H.L.T. Mobley, and J.N. Weiser, eds. Colonization of Mucosal Surfaces. ASM Press. Washington, D.C. pp. 395-407.