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    1. Deibel, C; Dersch, P; Ebel, F
      Intimin from Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli and its isolated C-terminal domain exhibit different binding properties for Tir and a eukaryotic surface receptor

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Alrutz, MA; Srivastava, A; Wong, KW; D'Souza-Schorey, C; Tang, M; Ch'ng, LE; Snapper, SB; Isberg, RR
      Efficient uptake of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis via integrin receptors involves a Rac1-Arp 2/3 pathway that bypasses N-WASP function

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Reece, S; Simmons, CP; Fitzhenry, RJ; Matthews, S; Phillips, AD; Dougan, G; Frankel, G
      Site-directed mutagenesis of intimin alpha modulates intimin-mediated tissue tropism and host specificity

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Shepel, M; Boyd, J; Luider, J; Gibb, AP
      Interaction of Yersinia enterocolitica and Y-pseudotuberculosis with platelets

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Isberg, RR; Barnes, P
      Subversion of integrins by enteropathogenic Yersinia

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    6. Defoe, G; Coburn, J
      Delineation of Borrelia burgdorferi p66 sequences required for integrin alpha(IIb)beta(3) recognition

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    7. Chang, HH; Shih, KN; Lo, SCJ
      Receptor-mediated endocytosis as a selection force to enrich bacteria expressing rhodostomin on their surface

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    8. Fortunati, E; Ehlert, E; van Loo, ND; Wyman, C; Eble, JA; Grosveld, F; Scholte, BJ
      A multi-domain protein for beta(1) integrin-targeted DNA delivery

      GENE THERAPY
    9. Batchelor, M; Prasannan, S; Daniell, S; Reece, S; Connerton, I; Bloomberg, G; Dougan, G; Frankel, G; Matthews, S
      Structural basis for recognition of the translocated intimin receptor (Tir) by intimin from enteropathogenic Escherichia coli

      EMBO JOURNAL
    10. Hart, S
      Use of adhesion molecules for gene delivery

      EXPERIMENTAL NEPHROLOGY
    11. Coburn, J; Chege, W; Magoun, L; Bodary, SC; Leong, JM
      Characterization of a candidate Borrelia burgdorferi beta(3)-chain integrin ligand identified using a phage display library

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Liu, H; Magoun, L; Luperchio, S; Schauer, DB; Leong, JM
      The Tir-binding region of enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli intimin is sufficient to trigger actin condensation after bacterial-induced host cell signalling

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Stockbauer, KE; Magoun, L; Liu, MY; Burns, EH; Gubba, S; Renish, S; Pan, X; Bodary, SC; Baker, E; Coburn, J; Leong, JM; Musser, JM
      A natural variant of the cysteine protease virulence factor of group A Streptococcus with an arginine-glycine-aspartic acid (RGD) motif preferentially binds human integrins alpha(v)beta(3) and alpha(IIb)beta(3)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Liu, H; Magoun, L; Leong, JM
      beta(1)-chain integrins are not essential for intimin-mediated host cell attachment and enteropathogenic Escherichia coli-induced actin condensation

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    15. Gansheroff, LJ; Wachtel, MR; O'Brien, AD
      Decreased adherence of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli to HEp-2 cells in the presence of antibodies that recognize the C-terminal region of intimin

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    16. FRANKEL G; PHILIPS AD; NOVAKOVA M; BATCHELOR M; HICKS S; DOUGAN G
      GENERATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI INTIMIN DERIVATIVES WITH DIFFERING BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES USING SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF THE INTIMIN C-TERMINUS DOMAIN

      Molecular microbiology
    17. Ponchel, G; Irache, JM
      Specific and non-specific bioadhesive particulate systems for oral delivery to the gastrointestinal tract

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    18. COBURN J; MAGOUN L; BODARY SC; LEONG JM
      INTEGRINS ALPHA(V)BETA(3) AND ALPHA(5)BETA(1) MEDIATE ATTACHMENT OF LYME-DISEASE SPIROCHETES TO HUMAN-CELLS

      Infection and immunity
    19. PAUL RW; WEISSER KE; LOOMIS A; SLOANE DL; LAFOE D; ATKINSON EM; OVERELL RW
      GENE-TRANSFER USING A NOVEL FUSION PROTEIN, GAL4 INVASIN/

      Human gene therapy
    20. FLORENCE AT
      THE ORAL ABSORPTION OF MICROPARTICULATES AND NANOPARTICULATES - NEITHER EXCEPTIONAL NOR UNUSUAL

      Pharmaceutical research
    21. LECUIT M; OHAYON H; BRAUN L; MENGAUD J; COSSART P
      INTERNALIN OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES WITH AN INTACT LEUCINE-RICH REPEAT REGION IS SUFFICIENT TO PROMOTE INTERNALIZATION

      Infection and immunity
    22. MARRA A; ISBERG RR
      COMMON ENTRY MECHANISMS - BACTERIAL PATHOGENESIS

      Current biology
    23. MENGAUD J; OHAYON H; GOUNON P; MEGE RM; COSSART P
      E-CADHERIN IS THE RECEPTOR FOR INTERNALIN, A SURFACE PROTEIN REQUIREDFOR ENTRY OF L-MONOCYTOGENES INTO EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Cell
    24. FRANKEL G; LIDER O; HERSHKOVIZ R; MOULD AP; KACHALSKY SG; CANDY DCA; CAHALON L; HUMPHRIES MJ; DOUGAN G
      THE CELL-BINDING DOMAIN OF INTIMIN FROM ENTEROPATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI BINDS TO BETA(1) INTEGRINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    25. MCKEE ML; OBRIEN AD
      TRUNCATED ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI (EHEC) O157-H7 INTIMIN (EAEA) FUSION PROTEINS PROMOTE ADHERENCE OF EHEC STRAINS TO HEP-2 CELLS

      Infection and immunity
    26. BERMUDEZ LE; SHELTON K; YOUNG LS
      COMPARISON OF THE ABILITY OF MYCOBACTERIUM-AVIUM, MYCOBACTERIUM-SMEGMATIS AND MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS TO INVADE AND REPLICATE WITHIN HEP-2 EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Tubercle and lung disease
    27. BADGER JL; MILLER VL
      ROLE OF RPOS IN SURVIVAL OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA TO A VARIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSES

      Journal of bacteriology
    28. WACHTEL MR; MILLER VL
      IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO CHARACTERIZATION OF AN AIL MUTANT OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA

      Infection and immunity
    29. BLISKA JB; BLACK DS
      INHIBITION OF THE FC RECEPTOR-MEDIATED OXIDATIVE BURST IN MACROPHAGESBY THE YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE

      Infection and immunity
    30. FRANKEL G; CANDY DCA; FABIANI E; ADUBOBIE J; GIL S; NOVAKOVA M; PHILLIPS AD; DOUGAN G
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF A CARBOXY-TERMINAL EUKARYOTIC-CELL-BINDING DOMAIN OF INTIMIN FROM ENTEROPATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Infection and immunity
    31. LEVINE F; BEATTIE GM; HAYEK A
      DIFFERENTIAL INTEGRIN EXPRESSION FACILITATES ISOLATION OF HUMAN FETALPANCREATIC EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Cell transplantation
    32. GALAN JE
      INTERACTIONS OF BACTERIA WITH NON-PHAGOCYTIC CELLS

      Current opinion in immunology
    33. COCONNIER MH; BERNETCAMARD MF; SERVIN AL
      HOW INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL-CELL DIFFERENTIATION INHIBITS THE CELL-ENTRY OF YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS IN COLON-CARCINOMA CACO-2 CELL-LINE IN CULTURE

      Differentiation
    34. HUMPHRIES MJ
      MECHANISMS OF LIGAND-BINDING BY INTEGRINS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    35. ISBERG RR; VANNHIEU GT
      2 MAMMALIAN-CELL INTERNALIZATION STRATEGIES USED BY PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

      Annual review of genetics
    36. VERJANS GMGM; RINGROSE JH; VANALPHEN L; FELTKAMP TEW; KUSTERS JG
      ENTRANCE AND SURVIVAL OF SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM AND YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA WITHIN HUMAN B-CELL AND T-CELL LINES

      Infection and immunity
    37. FRANKEL G; CANDY DCA; EVEREST P; DOUGAN G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE C-TERMINAL DOMAINS OF INTIMIN-LIKE PROTEINS OF ENTEROPATHOGENIC AND ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI, CITROBACTER-FREUNDII, AND HAFNIA-ALVEI

      Infection and immunity
    38. OELSCHLAEGER TA; BARRETT TJ; KOPECKO DJ
      SOME STRUCTURES AND PROCESSES OF HUMAN EPITHELIAL-CELLS INVOLVED IN UPTAKE OF ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157 H7 STRAINS/

      Infection and immunity
    39. BLISKA JB; GALAN JE; FALKOW S
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN THE MAMMALIAN-CELL DURING BACTERIAL ATTACHMENTAND ENTRY

      Cell
    40. COBURN J; LEONG JM; ERBAN JK
      INTEGRIN ALPHA-IIB-BETA-3 MEDIATES BINDING OF THE LYME-DISEASE AGENT BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI TO HUMAN PLATELETS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    41. SCHOOLNIK GK
      INTIMIN AND THE INTIMATE ATTACHMENT OF BACTERIA TO HUMAN-CELLS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    42. LOUIE M; DEAZAVEDO JCS; HANDELSMAN MYC; CLARK CG; ALLY B; DYTOC M; SHERMAN P; BRUNTON J
      EXPRESSION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EAEA GENE-PRODUCT OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI SEROTYPE O157-H7

      Infection and immunity
    43. CONTE MP; LONGHI C; MARCHETTI M; VALENTI P; SEGANTI L
      EFFECT OF INHIBITORS OF HELA-CELL STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS ON ESHERICHIA-COLI HB101 (PRI203) ENTRY PROCESS

      Acta microbiologica Hungarica


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