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Abdul Hamood

Abdul Hamood, PhD

  • Professor Immunology/Molecular Micro Lubbock
Office Phone: 806-743-4057
Email: Abdul.Hamood@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 3601 4th St Stop 6591
Lubbock TX 79430-6591

Research Interests

Our research interests involve the regulation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, virulence genes, and the inhibition of biofilm development by bacterial pathogens

Selected Publications:

  • Colmer-Hamood, Jane & Dzvova, N & Kruczek, Cassandra & Hamood, Abdul (2016) In vitro analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa virulence using conditions that mimic the environment at specific infection sites. Prog Mol Biol Transl Sci, 142, 151-191.
  • Tran, Phat & Huynh, Eric & Pham, Patrick & Lacky, Blake & Jarvis, Courtney & Mosley, Thomas & Hamood, Abdul & Hanes, Rob & Reid, Ted March (2016) Organoselenium polymer inhibits biofilm formation in polypropylene contact lens case material. Eye and Contact Lens, 43, 2, 110-115.
  • Tran, Phat & Huynh, E & Hamood, Abdul & de Souza, A & Schultz, G & Liesenfeld, B & Mehta, D & Webster, Daniel & Reid, Ted December (2015) The ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a urethane bandage to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation in a mouse wound model. Int Wound J.
  • Elmasri, W & Yang, T & Tran, Phat & Hegazy, M & Hamood, Abdul & Mechref, Y & Paré, P January (2015) Teucrium polium phenylethanol and iridoid glycoside characterization and flavonoid inhibition of biofilm-forming Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of natural products, 78, 1, 2-9.
  • Tran, Phat & Hamood, Abdul & de Souza, A & Schultz, G & Liesenfeld, B & Mehta, D & Reid, Ted January (2015) A study on the ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a polyurethane foam wound dressing to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation. Wound repair and regeneration : official publication of the Wound Healing Society [and] the European Tissue Repair Society, 23, 1, 74-81.
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