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Investigating pathogen biology at the level of the proteomeCASH, Phillip.Proteomics (Weinheim. Print). 2011, Vol 11, Num 15, pp 3190-3202, issn 1615-9853, 13 p.Article

The multitalented type III chaperones: all you can do with 15 kDaFELDMAN, Mario F; CORNELIS, Guy R.FEMS microbiology letters. 2003, Vol 219, Num 2, pp 151-158, issn 0378-1097, 8 p.Article

Brucella abortus efp gene is required for an efficient internalization in HeLa cellsIANNINO, Florencia; UGALDE, Juan E; DE IANNINO, Nora Iñón et al.Microbial pathogenesis. 2012, Vol 52, Num 1, pp 31-40, issn 0882-4010, 10 p.Article

Transcriptional profile of the intracellular pathogen Brucella melitensis following HeLa cells infectionROSSETTI, Carlos A; GALINDO, Cristi L; GARNER, Harold R et al.Microbial pathogenesis. 2011, Vol 51, Num 5, pp 338-344, issn 0882-4010, 7 p.Article

Role of futC slipped strand mispairing in Helicobacter pylori Lewisy phase variationSANABRIA-VALENTIN, Edgardo; COLBERT, Marie-Teresa C; BLASER, Martin J et al.Microbes and infection. 2007, Vol 9, Num 14-15, pp 1553-1560, issn 1286-4579, 8 p.Article

A battle for iron: host sequestration and Staphylococcus aureus acquisitionHALEY, Kathryn P; SKAAR, Eric P.Microbes and infection. 2012, Vol 14, Num 3, pp 217-227, issn 1286-4579, 11 p.Article

The BMEI0216 gene of Brucella melitensis is required for internalization in HeLa cellsHERNANDEZ-CASTRO, Rigoberto; VERDUGO-RODRIGUEZ, Antonio; PUENTE, José Luis et al.Microbial pathogenesis. 2008, Vol 44, Num 1, pp 28-33, issn 0882-4010, 6 p.Article

Molecular genetics of Erwinia amylovora involved in the development of fire blightOH, Chang-Sik; BEER, Steven V.FEMS microbiology letters. 2005, Vol 253, Num 2, pp 185-192, issn 0378-1097, 8 p.Article

Offense and defense: microbial membrane vesicles play both waysMACDONALD, Ian A; KUEHN, Meta J.Research in microbiology (Paris). 2012, Vol 163, Num 9-10, pp 607-618, issn 0923-2508, 12 p.Article

Prediction and screening of nuclear targeting proteins with nuclear localization signals in Helicobacter pyloriJUNG HWA LEE; SO HYUN JUN; SEUNG CHUL BAIK et al.Journal of microbiological methods. 2012, Vol 91, Num 3, pp 490-496, issn 0167-7012, 7 p.Article

Biological and virulence characteristics of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium following deletion of glucose-inhibited division (gidA) geneSHIPPY, Daniel C; EAKLEY, Nicholas M; BOCHSLER, Philip N et al.Microbial pathogenesis. 2011, Vol 50, Num 6, pp 303-313, issn 0882-4010, 11 p.Article

Verification and dissection of the ospC operator by using flaB promoter as a reporter in Borrelia burgdorferiQILONG XU; MCSHAN, Kristy; FANG TING LIANG et al.Microbial pathogenesis. 2008, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 70-78, issn 0882-4010, 9 p.Article

Genetic screening for bacterial mutants in liquid growth media by fluorescence-activated cell sortingABUAITA, Basel H; WITHEY, Jeffrey H.Journal of microbiological methods. 2011, Vol 84, Num 1, pp 109-113, issn 0167-7012, 5 p.Article

Growth phase-associated changes in the transcriptome and proteome of Streptococcus pyogenesCHAUSSEE, Michelle A; DMITRIEV, Alexander V; CALLEGARI, Eduardo A et al.Archives of microbiology. 2008, Vol 189, Num 1, pp 27-41, issn 0302-8933, 15 p.Article

Proteomic analysis of Escherichia coli associated with urinary tract infectionsSMITH, Andrew; VAN ROOYEN, Jan-Pierre; ARGO, Evelyn et al.Proteomics (Weinheim. Print). 2011, Vol 11, Num 11, pp 2283-2293, issn 1615-9853, 11 p.Article

Invertebrates as animal models for Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis: a window into host-pathogen interactionGARCIA-LARA, Jorge; NEEDHAM, Andrew J; FOSTER, Simon J et al.FEMS immunology and medical microbiology. 2005, Vol 43, Num 3, pp 311-323, issn 0928-8244, 13 p.Article

Type III secretion : The bacteria-eukaryotic cell expressMOTA, Luis Jaime; SORG, Isabel; CORNELIS, Guy R et al.FEMS microbiology letters. 2005, Vol 252, Num 1, pp 1-10, issn 0378-1097, 10 p.Article

Proteomic analysis of cell surface proteins from Clostridium difficileWRIGHT, Anne; WAIT, Robin; BEGUM, Shajna et al.Proteomics (Weinheim. Print). 2005, Vol 5, Num 9, pp 2443-2452, issn 1615-9853, 10 p.Conference Paper

Disruption of transepithelial resistance by enterotoxigenic Escherichia coliJOHNSON, Amber M; KAUSHIK, Radhey S; HARDWIDGE, Philip R et al.Veterinary microbiology (Amsterdam). 2010, Vol 141, Num 1-2, pp 115-119, issn 0378-1135, 5 p.Article

Proteomic analysis of the binding partners to enteropathogenic Escherichia coli virulence proteins expressed in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeHARDWIDGE, Philip R; DONOHOE, Sam; AEBERSOLD, Ruedi et al.Proteomics (Weinheim. Print). 2006, Vol 6, Num 7, pp 2174-2179, issn 1615-9853, 6 p.Article

Manganese transport and the role of manganese in virulencePAPP-WALLACE, Krisztina M; MAGUIRE, Michael E.Annual review of microbiology. 2006, Vol 60, pp 187-209, issn 0066-4227, 23 p.Article

The effect of various Mycoplasma bovis isolates on bovine leukocytes responsesWIGGINS, M. C; WOOLUMS, A. R; HURLEY, D. J et al.Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases. 2011, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 49-54, issn 0147-9571, 6 p.Article

AvrPtoB : A bacterial type III effector that both elicits and suppresses programmed cell death associated with plant immunityABRAMOVITCH, Robert B; MARTIN, Gregory B.FEMS microbiology letters. 2005, Vol 245, Num 1, pp 1-8, issn 0378-1097, 8 p.Article

The Nodosome : Nod1 and Nod2 control bacterial infections and inflammationTATTOLI, Ivan; TRAVASSOS, Leonardo H; CARNEIRO, Leticia A et al.Seminars in immunopathology. 2007, Vol 29, Num 3, pp 289-301, 13 p.Article

Lessons from signature-tagged mutagenesis on the infectious mechanisms of pathogenic bacteriaAUTRET, Nicolas; CHARBIT, Alain.FEMS microbiology reviews. 2005, Vol 29, Num 4, pp 703-717, issn 0168-6445, 15 p.Article

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