Alexis Hobbs


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Alexis Hobbs


Areas of Interest:

  • Nora virus research
  • Antibiotic tolerance 


B.S. (2017) - University of Nebraska at Kearney

M.S. (2019) - University of Nebraska at Kearney


Page, A.M.  2017.  Decreased tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA) in Staphylococcus aureus increases survival to innate immunity.  M.S. Thesis, University of Nebraska at Kearney.


  • Hobbs, A.M., Kluthe, K.E., Carlson, K.A., and Nuxoll, A.S.  2021.  Interruption of the tricarboxylic acid cycle in Staphylococcus aureus leads to increased tolerance in innate immunity.  AIMS Microbiology 7(4):513-527.  doi: 10.3934/microbiol.2021031
  • Lopez, W.A., Page, A.M., Ericson, B.L., Carlson, D.J., and Carlson, K.A.  2018.  Chapter 12 - Antiviral immunity in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster.  Drosophila melanogaster - Model for Recent Advances in Genetics and Therapeutics, Intech.  doi: 10.5772/intechopen.69293 
  • Lopez, W., Page, A.M., Carlson, D.J., Ericson, B.L., Cserhati, M.F., Guda, C., and Carlson, K.A.  2018.  Analysis of immune-related genes during nora virus infection of Drosophila melanogaster using next generation sequencing.  AIMS Microbiology 4(1):123-139.
  • Gunwoo, K., Jang, E., Page, A.M., Ding, T., Carlson, K.A., and Cao, H.  2016.  Investigation of a sensing approach based on a rapid reduction of azide to selectively measure bioavailability of H2S.  RSC Adv. 6:95920-95924.