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    1. Colland, F; Rain, JC; Gounon, P; Labigne, A; Legrain, P; De Reuse, H
      Identification of the Helicobacter pylori anti-sigma(28) factor

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Picardeau, M; Brenot, A; Saint Girons, I
      First evidence for gene replacement in Leptospira spp. Inactivation of L-biflexa flaB results in non-motile mutants deficient in endoflagella

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Guo, BP; Mekalanos, JJ
      Helicobacter pylori mutagenesis by mariner in vitro transposition

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Rokita, E; Makristathis, A
      Genetic complementation of the urease-negative Helicobacter pylori mutant N6ureB :: TnKm

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Bury-Mone, S; Skouloubris, S; Labigne, A; De Reuse, H
      The Helicobacter pylori Urel protein is essential for survival to acidity and for the first steps of the mouse stomach colonization

      GASTROENTEROLOGIE CLINIQUE ET BIOLOGIQUE
    6. Kaps, I; Ehrt, S; Seeber, S; Schnappinger, D; Martin, C; Riley, LW; Niederweis, M
      Energy transfer between fluorescent proteins using a co-expression system in Mycobacterium smegmatis

      GENE
    7. Glickman, MS; Jacobs, WR
      Microbial pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Dawn of a discipline

      CELL
    8. Makristathis, A; Rokita, E; Pasching, E; Apfalter, P; Willinger, B; Rotter, ML; Hirschl, AM
      Urease prevents adherence of Helicobacter pylori to Kato III gastric epithelial cells

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    9. Beckwith, CS; McGee, DJ; Mobley, HLT; Riley, LK
      Cloning, expression, and catalytic activity of Helicobacter hepaticus urease

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    10. van Vliet, AHM; Kuipers, EJ; Waidner, B; Davies, BJ; de Vries, N; Penn, CW; Vandenbroucke-Grauls, CMJE; Kist, M; Bereswill, S; Kusters, JG
      Nickel-responsive induction of urease expression in Helicobacter pylori ismediated at the transcriptional level

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    11. El-Etr, SH; Yan, L; Cirillo, JD
      Fish monocytes as a model for mycobacterial host-pathogen interactions

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    12. Parish, T; Stoker, NG
      Use of a flexible cassette method to generate a double unmarked Mycobacterium tuberculosis tlyA plcABC mutant by gene replacement

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    13. Glickman, MS; Cox, JS; Jacobs, WR
      A novel mycolic acid cyclopropane synthetase is required for cording, persistence, and virulence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      MOLECULAR CELL
    14. Velayudhan, J; Hughes, NJ; McColm, AA; Bagshaw, J; Clayton, CL; Andrews, SC; Kelly, DJ
      Iron acquisition and virulence in Helicobacter pylori: a major role for FeoB, a high-affinity ferrous iron transporter

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Rektorschek, M; Buhmann, A; Weeks, D; Schwan, D; Bensch, KW; Eskandari, S; Scott, D; Sachs, G; Melchers, K
      Acid resistance of Helicobacter pylori depends on the UreI membrane protein and an inner membrane proton barrier

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Nicholson, B; Low, D
      DNA methylation-dependent regulation of Pef expression in Salmonella typhimurium

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Favre, D; Viret, JF
      Gene replacement in gram-negative bacteria: the pMAKSAC vectors

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    18. Pillar, CM; Hazlett, LD; Hobden, JA
      Alkaline protease-deficient mutants of Pseudomonas aeruginosa are virulentin the eye

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    19. Yoshiyama, H; Nakamura, H; Okamoto, T; Okita, K; Nakazawa, T
      A novel in vitro effect of the mucosal protective agent sofalcone inhibition of chemotactic motility in Helicobacter pylori

      ALIMENTARY PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    20. McKinney, JD; zu Bentrup, KH; Munoz-Elias, EJ; Miczak, A; Chen, B; Chan, WT; Swenson, D; Sacchettini, JC; Jacobs, WR; Russell, DG
      Persistence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in macrophages and mice requiresthe glyoxylate shunt enzyme isocitrate lyase

      NATURE
    21. Motaleb, MA; Corum, L; Bono, JL; Elias, AF; Rosa, P; Samuels, DS; Charon, NW
      Borrelia burgdorferi periplasmic flagella have both skeletal and motility functions

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    22. Gottke, MU; Fallone, CA; Barkun, AN; Vogt, K; Loo, V; Trautmann, M; Tong, JZ; Nguyen, TN; Fainsilber, T; Hahn, HH; Korber, J; Lowe, A; Beech, RN
      Genetic variability determinants of Helicobacter pylori: Influence of clinical background and geographic origin of isolates

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    23. Fulkerson, JF; Mobley, HLT
      Membrane topology of the NixA nickel transporter of Helicobacter pylori: Two nickel transport-specific motifs within transmembrane helices II and III

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    24. Allan, E; Dorrell, N; Foynes, S; Anyim, M; Wren, BW
      Mutational analysis of genes encoding the early flagellar components of Helicobacter pylori: Evidence for transcriptional regulation of flagellin A biosynthesis

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    25. Josenhans, C; Eaton, KA; Thevenot, T; Suerbaum, S
      Switching of flagellar motility in Helicobacter pylori by reversible length variation of a short homopolymeric sequence repeat in fliP, a gene encoding a basal body protein

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    26. Clyne, M; Ocroinin, T; Suerbaum, S; Josenhans, C; Drumm, B
      Adherence of isogenic flagellum-negative mutants of Helicobacter pylori and Helicobacter mustelae to human and ferret gastric epithelial cells

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    27. Hondalus, MK; Bardarov, S; Russell, R; Chan, J; Jacobs, WR; Bloom, BR
      Attenuation of and protection induced by a leucine auxotroph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    28. Armitige, LY; Jagannath, C; Wanger, AR; Norris, SJ
      Disruption of the genes encoding antigen 85A and antigen 85B of Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv: Effect on growth in culture and in macrophages

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    29. Hinds, J; Mahenthiralingam, E; Kempsell, KE; Duncan, K; Stokes, RW; Parish, T; Stoker, NG
      Enhanced gene replacement in mycobacteria

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    30. Parish, T; Gordhan, BG; McAdam, RA; Duncan, K; Mizrahi, V; Stoker, NG
      Production of mutants in amino acid biosynthesis genes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by homologous recombination

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    31. Woods, DE; DeShazer, D; Moore, RA; Brett, PJ; Burtnick, MN; Reckseidler, SL; Senkiw, MD
      Current studies on the pathogenesis of melioidosis

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    32. Marais, A; Mendz, GL; Hazell, SL; Megraud, F
      Metabolism and genetics of Helicobacter pylori: the genome era

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    33. Mobley, HLT; Garner, RM; Chippendale, GR; Gilbert, JV; Kane, AV; Plaut, AG
      Role of Hpn and NixA of Helicobacter pylori in susceptibility and resistance to bismuth and other metal ions

      HELICOBACTER
    34. Herrmann, L; Schwan, D; Garner, R; Mobley, HLT; Haas, R; Schafer, KP; Melchers, K
      Helicobacter pylori cadA encodes an essential Cd(II)-Zn(II)-Co(II) resistance factor influencing urease activity

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    35. Yoshiyama, H; Nakamura, H; Kimoto, M; Okita, K; Nakazawa, T
      Chemotaxis and motility of Helicobacter pylori in a viscous environment

      JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    36. Hatfull, GF
      Genetic methods in mycobacteria

      METHODS MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 29
    37. Allan, E; Foynes, S; Dorrell, N; Wren, BW
      Genetic characterization of the gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori

      METHODS MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 29
    38. Johnston, DM; Cannon, JG
      Construction of mutant strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae lacking new antibiotic resistance markers using a two gene cassette with positive and negative selection

      GENE
    39. Flesselles, B; Anand, NN; Remani, J; Loosmore, SM; Klein, MH
      Disruption of the mycobacterial cell entry gene of Mycobacterium bovis BCGresults in a mutant that exhibits a reduced invasiveness for epithelial cells

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    40. Moore, RA; DeShazer, D; Reckseidler, S; Weissman, A; Woods, DE
      Efflux-mediated aminoglycoside and macrolide resistance in Burkholderia pseudomallei

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    41. Ge, ZM; Taylor, DE
      Contributions of genome sequencing to understanding the biology of Helicobacter pylori

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY
    42. McGee, DJ; May, CA; Garner, RM; Himpsl, JM; Mobley, HLT
      Isolation of Helicobacter pylori genes that modulate urease activity

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    43. Kim, JS; Chang, JH; Chung, SI; Yum, JS
      Molecular cloning and characterization of the Helicobacter pylori fliD gene, an essential factor in flagellar structure and motility

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    44. Jackson, M; Phalen, SW; Lagranderie, M; Ensergueix, D; Chavarot, P; Marchal, G; McMurray, DN; Gicquel, B; Guilhot, C
      Persistence and protective efficacy of a Mycobacterium tuberculosis auxotroph vaccine

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    45. Bijlsma, JJE; Vandenbroucke-Grauls, CMJE; Phadnis, SH; Kusters, JG
      Identification of virulence genes of Helicobacter pylori by random insertion mutagenesis

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    46. PAPAVINASASUNDARAM KG; COLSTON MJ; DAVIS EO
      CONSTRUCTION AND COMPLEMENTATION OF A RECA DELETION MUTANT OF MYCOBACTERIUM-SMEGMATIS REVEALS THAT THE INTEIN IN MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSISRECA DOES NOT AFFECT RECA FUNCTION

      Molecular microbiology
    47. FRISCHKORN K; SANDER P; SCHOLZ M; TESCHNER K; PRAMMANANAN T; BOTTGER EC
      INVESTIGATION OF MYCOBACTERIAL RECA FUNCTION - PROTEIN INTRONS IN THERECA OF PATHOGENIC MYCOBACTERIA DO NOT AFFECT COMPETENCE FOR HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION

      Molecular microbiology
    48. PELICIC V; REYRAT JM; GICQUEL B
      GENETIC ADVANCES FOR STUDYING MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS PATHOGENICITY

      Molecular microbiology
    49. CONTI S; MAGLIANI W; GERLONI M; SALATI A; DIECI E; ARSENI S; FISICARO P; POLONELLI L
      XIX - A TRANSPHYLETIC ANTIINFECTIOUS CONTROL STRATEGY BASED ON THE KILLER PHENOMENON

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    50. IMBODEN P; SCHOOLNIK GK
      CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A PARTIAL MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS CDNA LIBRARY OF GENES EXPRESSED AT REDUCED OXYGEN-TENSION

      Gene
    51. SUERBAUM S; BRAUERSTEPPKES T; LABIGNE A; CAMERON B; DRLICA K
      TOPOISOMERASE-I OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI - JUXTAPOSITION WITH A FLAGELLIN GENE (FLAB) AND FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENT OF A 4TH ZINC-FINGER MOTIF

      Gene
    52. STIBITZ S
      ALLELIC RETRIEVAL - A SCHEME TO FACILITATE THE REPEATED ISOLATION OF A SPECIFIC SEGMENT OF THE BORDETELLA-PERTUSSIS CHROMOSOME

      Gene
    53. GOTOH N; TSUJIMOTO H; NOMURA A; OKAMOTO K; TSUDA M; NISHINO T
      FUNCTIONAL REPLACEMENT OF OPRJ BY OPRM IN THE MEXCD-OPRJ MULTIDRUG EFFLUX SYSTEM OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      FEMS microbiology letters
    54. JOSENHANS C; FRIEDRICH S; SUERBAUM S
      GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN AS A NOVEL MARKER AND REPORTER SYSTEM IN HELICOBACTER SP

      FEMS microbiology letters
    55. Kelly, DJ
      The physiology and metabolism of the human gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori

      ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY, VOL 40
    56. Dunn, BE; Phadnis, SH
      Structure, function and localization of Helicobacter pylori urease

      YALE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    57. Vijaya, S
      The genetics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    58. FITZMAURICE AM; KOLATTUKUDY PE
      AN ACYL-COA SYNTHASE (ACOAS) GENE ADJACENT TO THE MYCOCEROSIC ACID SYNTHASE (MAS) LOCUS IS NECESSARY FOR MYCOCEROSYL LIPID-SYNTHESIS IN MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS VAR. BOVIS BCG

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    59. FULKERSON JF; GARNER RM; MOBLEY HLT
      CONSERVED RESIDUES AND MOTIFS IN THE NIXA PROTEIN OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI ARE CRITICAL FOR THE HIGH-AFFINITY TRANSPORT OF NICKEL IONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    60. REYRAT JM; PELICIC V; GICQUEL B; RAPPUOLI R
      COUNTERSELECTABLE MARKERS - UNTAPPED TOOLS FOR BACTERIAL GENETICS ANDPATHOGENESIS

      Infection and immunity
    61. SKOULOUBRIS S; THIBERGE JM; LABIGNE A; DEREUSE H
      THE HELICOBACTER-PYLORI UREI PROTEIN IS NOT INVOLVED IN UREASE ACTIVITY BUT IS ESSENTIAL FOR BACTERIAL SURVIVAL IN-VIVO

      Infection and immunity
    62. MAHENTHIRALINGAM E; MARKLUND BI; BROOKS LA; SMITH DA; BANCROFT GJ; STOKES RW
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF THE 19-KILODALTON LIPOPROTEIN ANTIGEN REVEALS NO ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE PROTEIN IN THE GROWTH AND VIRULENCE OFMYCOBACTERIUM-INTRACELLULARE

      Infection and immunity
    63. TALAAT AM; REIMSCHUESSEL R; WASSERMAN SS; TRUCKSIS M
      GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS-AURATUS, A NOVEL ANIMAL-MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF MYCOBACTERIUM-MARINUM PATHOGENESIS

      Infection and immunity
    64. GARNER RM; FULKERSON J; MOBLEY HLT
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI GLUTAMINE-SYNTHETASE LACKS FEATURES ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSLATIONAL REGULATION

      Infection and immunity
    65. KRISHNAMURTHY P; PARLOW M; ZITZER JB; VAKIL NB; MOBLEY HLT; LEVY M; PHADNIS SH; DUNN BE
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI CONTAINING ONLY CYTOPLASMIC UREASE IS SUSCEPTIBLETO ACID

      Infection and immunity (Print)
    66. MELCHERS K; HERRMANN L; MAUCH F; BAYLE D; HEUERMANN D; WEITZENEGGER T; SCHUHMACHER A; SACHS G; HAAS R; BODE G; BENSCH K; SCHAFER KP
      PROPERTIES AND FUNCTION OF THE P-TYPE ION PUMPS CLONED FROM HELICOBACTER-PYLORI

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    67. FU RD; VOORDOUW G
      TARGETED GENE-REPLACEMENT MUTAGENESIS OF DCRA, ENCODING AN OXYGEN SENSOR OF THE SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIUM DESULFOVIBRIO-VULGARIS HILDENBOROUGH

      Microbiology
    68. HAZELL SL; MENDZ GL
      HOW HELICOBACTER-PYLORI WORKS - AN OVERVIEW OF THE METABOLISM OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI

      Helicobacter
    69. ORME IM
      PROGRESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW VACCINES AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS

      The international journal of tuberculosis and lung disease
    70. DUNN BE; COHEN H; BLASER MJ
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI

      Clinical microbiology reviews
    71. CLYNE M; DRUMM B
      ADHERENCE OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI TO THE GASTRIC-MUCOSA

      Canadian journal of gastroenterology
    72. JENKS PJ; FOYNES S; WARD SJ; CONSTANTINIDOU C; PENN CW; WREN BW
      A FLAGELLAR-SPECIFIC ATPASE (FILI) IS NECESSARY FOR FLAGELLAR EXPORT IN HELICOBACTER-PYLORI

      FEMS microbiology letters
    73. COPASS M; GRANDI G; RAPPUOLI R
      INTRODUCTION OF UNMARKED MUTATIONS IN THE HELICOBACTER-PYLORI VACA GENE WITH A SUCROSE SENSITIVITY MARKER

      Infection and immunity
    74. MOBLEY HLT
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DISEASE DEVELOPMENT

      Gastroenterology
    75. DUNCAN K
      TOWARDS THE NEXT-GENERATION OF DRUGS AND VACCINES FOR TUBERCULOSIS

      Chemistry and Industry
    76. LABIGNE A; DEREUSE H
      DETERMINANTS OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI PATHOGENICITY

      Infectious agents and disease
    77. PELICIC V; REYRAT JM; GICQUEL B
      GENERATION OF UNMARKED DIRECTED MUTATIONS IN MYCOBACTERIA, USING SUCROSE COUNTER-SELECTABLE SUICIDE VECTORS

      Molecular microbiology
    78. CLYNE M; DRUMM B
      CELL-ENVELOPE CHARACTERISTICS OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI - THEIR ROLE IN ADHERENCE TO MUCOSAL SURFACES AND VIRULENCE

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    79. PELICIC V; REYRAT JM; GICQUEL B
      POSITIVE SELECTION OF ALLELIC EXCHANGE MUTANTS IN MYCOBACTERIUM-BOVISBCG

      FEMS microbiology letters
    80. PELICIC V; REYRAT JM; GICQUEL B
      EXPRESSION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS SACB GENE CONFERS SUCROSE SENSITIVITY ON MYCOBACTERIA

      Journal of bacteriology
    81. WU SS; KAISER D
      MARKERLESS DELETIONS OF PIL GENES IN MYXOCOCCUS-XANTHUS GENERATED BY COUNTERSELECTION WITH THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS SACB GENE

      Journal of bacteriology
    82. ROSEY EL; KENNEDY MJ; YANCEY RJ
      DUAL FLAA1 FLAB1 MUTANT OF SERPULINA-HYODYSENTERIAE EXPRESSING PERIPLASMIC FLAGELLA IS SEVERELY ATTENUATED IN A MURINE MODEL OF SWINE-DYSENTERY

      Infection and immunity
    83. REYRAT JM; BERTHET FX; GICQUEL B
      THE UREASE LOCUS OF MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS AND ITS UTILIZATION FOR THE DEMONSTRATION OF ALLELIC EXCHANGE IN MYCOBACTERIUM-BOVRIS BACILLUS-CALMETTE-GUERIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    84. LAWES M; MALOY S
      MUDSACI, A TRANSPOSON WITH STRONG SELECTABLE AND COUNTERSELECTABLE MARKERS - USE FOR RAPID MAPPING OF CHROMOSOMAL MUTATIONS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Journal of bacteriology
    85. JOSENHANS C; LABIGNE A; SUERBAUM S
      COMPARATIVE ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI AND HELICOBACTER-MUSTELAE FLAGELLIN MUTANTS - BOTH FLAGELLIN SUBUNITS, FLAA AND FLAB, ARE NECESSARY FOR FULL MOTILITY IN HELICOBACTER SPECIES

      Journal of bacteriology
    86. SOLNICK JV; JOSENHANS C; SUERBAUM S; TOMPKINS LS; LABIGNE A
      CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ISOGENIC UREASE-NEGATIVE MUTANT OF HELICOBACTER-MUSTELAE

      Infection and immunity
    87. ANDRUTIS KA; FOX JG; SCHAUER DB; MARINI RP; MURPHY JC; YAN LL; SOLNICK JV
      INABILITY OF AN ISOGENIC UREASE-NEGATIVE MUTANT STRAIN OF HELICOBACTER-MUSTELAE TO COLONIZE THE FERRET STOMACH

      Infection and immunity
    88. SUERBAUM S; THIBERGE JM; KANSAU I; FERRERO RL; LABIGNE A
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI HSPA-HSPB HEAT-SHOCK GENE-CLUSTER - NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE, EXPRESSION, PUTATIVE FUNCTION AND IMMUNOGENICITY

      Molecular microbiology
    89. SUERBAUM S
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY - VIRULENCE FACTORS, DIAGNOSIS, AND VACCINE DEVELOPMENT

      Immunitat und Infektion
    90. OTT M
      GENETIC APPROACHES TO STUDY LEGIONELLA-PNEUMOPHILA PATHOGENICITY

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    91. TELFORD JL; COVACCI A; GHIARA P; MONTECUCCO C; RAPPUOLI R
      UNRAVELING THE PATHOGENIC ROLE OF HELICOBACTER-PYLORI IN PEPTIC-ULCER- POTENTIAL NEW THERAPIES AND VACCINES

      Trends in biotechnology
    92. LEE A
      FUTURE-RESEARCH IN PEPTIC-ULCER DISEASE

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology


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