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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Kathleen Chan (Kathy)
Foodborne Toxin Detection and Prevention Research
Biological Science Technician (Plants)

Phone: (510) 559-5974
Fax: (510) 559-5777
Room 1122

USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-FTDP
800 BUCHANAN STREET
ALBANY , CA 94710


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Augmenting the activity of monoterpenoid phenols against fungal pathogens using 2-hydroxy-4-methoxybenzaldehyde that target cell wall integrity Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Mahoney, N.E. 2015. Augmenting the activity of monoterpenoid phenols against fungal pathogens using 2-hydroxy-4-methoxybenzaldehyde that target cell wall integrity. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. (16)26850-26870. doi: 10.3390/ijms161125988.
Augmenting the efficacy of antifungal intervention via chemo-biological approaches -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Cheng, L.W. 2015. Augmenting the efficacy of antifungal intervention via chemo-biological approaches. Meeting Abstract. Vol 1, A011 doi:10.3390/ecmc-1-A011.
Targeted antifungal intervention via chemo-biological approaches: Maintaining microbiome dynamics -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Cheng, L.W. 2015. Targeted antifungal intervention via chemo-biological approaches: Maintaining microbiome dynamics. Meeting Abstract. Poster No. 4.
Augmenting the efficacy of fungal and mycotoxin control via chemosensitization -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Mcconnell, L.L. 2015. Augmenting the efficacy of fungal and mycotoxin control via chemosensitization. Outlooks on Pest Management. 26:172-176.
Target discovery and antifungal intervention via chemical biology approaches -
Model fungal systems for investigating food plant mycotoxins -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L. 2014. Model fungal systems for investigating food plant mycotoxins. In: Cheung, P., Mehta, B.M. editors. Handbook of Food Chemistry. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. p. 1-16.
Augmenting antifungal activity of oxidizing agent with kojic acid: Control of Penicillium strains infecting crops Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L. 2014. Augmenting antifungal activity of oxidizing agent with kojic acid: Control of Penicillium strains infecting crops. Molecules. 19:18448-18464. doi: 10.3390/molecules191118448.
Use of benzo anologs to enhance antimycotic activity of kresoxim methyl for control of aflatoxigenic fungal pathogens Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Campbell, B.C., Haff, R.P., Stanker, L.H. 2014. Use of benzo anologs to enhance antimycotic activity of kresoxim methyl for control of aflatoxigenic fungal pathogens. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00087.
Targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain of Cryptococcus through antifungal chemosensitization: a model for control of non-fermentative pathogens Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Haff, R.P., Faria, N.G., Martins, M.L., Chan, K.L., Campbell, B.C. 2013. Targeting the mitochondrial respiratory chain of Cryptococcus through antifungal chemosensitization: a model for control of non-fermentative pathogens. Molecules. 18:8873-8894 DOI:10.3390/molecules 18088873.
Synergism of antifungal activity between mitochondrial respiration inhibitors and kojic acid Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Chan, K.L., Mahoney, N.E., Haff, R.P. 2013. Synergism of antifungal activity between mitochondrial respiration inhibitors and kojic acid. Molecules. 18:1564-1581.
Enhancement of commercial antifungal agents by kojic acid -
Kim, J.H., Chang, P., Chan, K.L., Faria, N.G., Mahoney, N.E., Kim, Y., Martins, M.L., Campbell, B.C. 2012. Enhancement of activity of commercial antifungal agents by kojic acid. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 13:13867-13880. DOI:10.3390/ijms131113867.
Enhancement of antimycotic activity of amphotericin B by targeting the oxidative stress response of Candida and Cryptococcus with natural dihydroxybenzaldehydes -
Kim, J.H., Faria, N.C., Martins, M., Chan, K.L., Campbell, B.C. 2012. Enhancement of antimycotic activity of amphotericin B by targeting the oxidative stress response of Candida and Cryptococcus with natural dihydroxybenzaldehydes. Frontiers in Microbiology. 3:261. DOI:10.3389/fmicb2012.00261
Targeting the oxidative stress response system of fungi with safe, redox-potent chemosensitizing agents -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Faria, N.G., Campbell, B.C. 2012. Targeting the oxidative stress response system of fungi with safe, redox-potent chemosensitizing agents. Frontiers in Microbiology. 3:88.
Chemosensitization as a means to augment commercial antifungal agents -
Campbell, B.C., Chan, K.L., Kim, J.H. 2012. Chemosensitization as a means to augment commercial antifungal agents. Frontiers in Microbiology. 3:79.
Antifungal activity of redox-active benzaldehydes that target cellular antioxidation -
Kim, J.H., Chan, K.L., Mahoney, N.E., Campbell, B.C. 2011. Antifungal activity of redox-active benzaldehydes that target cellular antioxidation. Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials. 10:23.DOI:10.1186/1476-0711-10-23.
Enhanced activity of antifungal drugs using natural phenolics against yeast strains of Candida and Cryptococcus -
Faria, N.C., Kim, J.H., Goncalves, L., Martins, M., Chan, K.L., Campbell, B.C. 2011. Enhanced activity of antifungal drugs using natural phenolics against yeast strains of Candida and Cryptococcus. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 52:506-513.
Chemosensitization of aflatoxigenic fungi to antimycin A and strobilurin using salicylaldehyde, a volatile natural compound targeting cellular antioxidation system Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J. 2010. Chemosensitization of aflatoxigenic fungi to antimycin A and strobilurin using salicylaldehyde, a volatile natural compound targeting cellular antioxidation system. Mycopathologia. 171(4):291-298.
Augmenting the activity of antifungal agents against aspergilli using structural analogues of benzoic acid as chemosensitizing agents -
Augmenting the activity of antifungal agents against aspergilli using structural analogues of benzoic acid as chemosensitizing agents -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Balajee, A. 2010. Augmenting the activity of antifungal agents against aspergilli using structural analogues of benzoic acid as chemosensitizing agents. Fungal Biology. 114:817-824.
Use of chemosensitization to overcome fludioxonil-resistance in Penicillium expansum -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Xiao, C. 2010. Use of chemosensitization to overcome fludioxonil-resistance in Penicillium expansum. Letters Appl. Microbiol. DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765X
Use of chemosensitization to overcome fludioxonil resistance in Penicillium expansum -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Xiao, C.L. 2010. Use of chemosensitization to overcome fludioxonil resistance in Penicillium expansum. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 51:177-183.
Chemosensitization prevents tolerance of Aspergillus fumigatus to antimycotic drugs -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., May, G. 2008. Chemosensitization prevents tolerance of Aspergillus fumigatus to antimycotic drugs. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.372(1):266-271.
Chemo-sensitization of fungal pathogens to antimicrobial agents using benzaldehyde analogs -
Kim, J.H., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., May, G.S., Campbell, B.C. 2008. Chemo-sensitization of fungal pathogens to antimicrobial agents using benzaldehyde analogs. Federation of European Microbiological Societies Microbiology Letters.281(1):64-72.
Elucidation of the functional genomics of antioxidant-based inhibition of aflatoxin biosynthesis -
Kim, J.H., Yu, J., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Varga, J., Bhatnagar, D., Cleveland, T.E., Campbell, B.C. 2008. Elucidation of the functional genomics of antioxidant-based inhibition of aflatoxin biosynthesis. International Journal of Food Microbiology.122(1-2):49-60.
Natural Products as Tools for Chemogenomic Analysis of Mycotoxin Biosynthesis and Fungal Stress-Response Systems -
Campbell, B.C., Kim, J.H., Yu, J., Molyneux, R.J., Mahoney, N.E., Palumbo, J.D., Chan, K.L., Bhatnagar, D., Cleveland, T.E., Nierman, W.C. 2008. Natural Products as Tools for Chemogenomic Analysis of Mycotoxin Biosynthesis and Fungal Stress-Response Systems. p. 1-12. In: Food Contaminants: Mycotoxins and Food Allergens. American Chemical Society Symposium Series 1001. p. 543.
Natural Products as Tools for Chemogenomic Analysis of Mycotoxin Biosynthesis and Fungal Stress-Response Systems -
Campbell, B.C., Kim, J.H., Yu, J., Molyneux, R.J., Mahoney, N.E., Palumbo, J.D., Chan, K.L., Bhatnagar, D., Cleveland, T.E., Nierman, W.C. 2008. Natural Products as Tools for Chemogenomic Analysis of Mycotoxin Biosynthesis and Fungal Stress-Response Systems. American Chemical Society Symposium Series. In: Siantar, D.P. Trucksess, M., Scott, P.M., Herman, E.M. editors, Food Contaminants: Mycotoxins and Food Allergens. Oxford University Press. p. 2-11.
ENHANCED ACTIVITY OF STROBILURIN AND FLUDIOXONIL BY TARGETING FUNGAL ANTIOXIDATIVE STRESS RESPONSE WITH BERBERINE AND PHENOLIC SYNERGISTS -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., May, G.S. 2007. Enhanced activity of strobilurin and fludioxonil by using berberine and phenolic compounds to target fungal antioxidative stress response. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 55:134-141.
ENHANCING FUNGICIDAL ACTIVITY OF FLUDIOXONIL BY DISRUPTING CELLULAR GLUTATHIONE HOMEOSTASIS -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., May, G.S. 2007. Enhancement of fludioxonil fungicidal activity by disrupting cellular glutathione homeostasis with 2,5-dihydroxybenzoic acid. Federation of European Microbiological Societies Microbiology Letters. 270(2):284290.
GENE TARGETS FOR FUNGAL AND MYCOTOXIN CONTROL -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Molyneux, R.J., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L, Yu, J., Wilkinson, J.R., Cary, J., Bhatnagar, D., Cleveland, T.E. 2006. Gene targets for fungal and mycotoxin control. Mycotoxin Research. 22(1):3-8.
TARGETING ANTIOXIDATIVE SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION AND STRESS RESPONSE SYSTEM: CONTROL OF PATHOGENIC ASPERGILLUS WITH PHENOLICS THAT INHIBIT MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., May, G.S. 2006. Targeting antioxidative signal transduction and stress response system: control of pathogenic Aspergillus with phenolics that inhibit mitochondrial function. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 101(1):181-189.
CONTROLLING FOOD-CONTAMINATING FUNGI BY TARGETING THEIR ANTIOXIDATIVE STRESS-RESPONSE SYSTEM WITH NATURAL PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS -
Kim, J.H., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Campbell, B.C. 2006. Controlling food-contaminating fungi by targeting their antioxidative stress-response system with natural phenolic compounds. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 70(6):735-739.
EXAMINATION OF FUNGAL STRESS RESPONSE GENES USING SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE AS A MODEL SYSTEM: TARGETING GENES AFFECTING AFLATOXIN BIOSYNTHESIS BY ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS LINK. -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Molyneux, R.J., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Yu, J., Wilkinson, J.R., Cary, J.W., Bhatnagar, D., Cleveland, T.E. 2005. Examination of fungal stress response genes using saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model system: targeting genes affecting aflatoxin biosynthesis by Aspergillus Flavus Link. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 67(6):807-815.
IDENTIFICATION OF ANTIFUNGAL PHENOLICS FOR CONTROL OF ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS USING SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE IN A MODEL TARGET-GENE BIOASSAY -
Kim, J.H., Campbell, B.C., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J. 2004. Identification of antifungal phenolics for control of aspergillus flavus using saccharomyces cerevisiae in a model target-gene bioassay. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52(26):7814-7821
SECONDARY METABOLITES OF THE GRAPEVINE PATHOGEN EUTYPA LATA INHIBIT MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATION BASED ON A MODEL BIOASSAY USING THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE -
Kim, J.H., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Molyneux, R.J., Campbell, B.C. Secondary metabolites of the grapevine pathogen eutypa lata inhibit mitochondrial respiration based on a model bioassay using the yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae. Current Microbiology. 2004. v.49. p.282-287.
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