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    1. Neutra, MR; Mantis, NJ; Kraehenbuhl, JP
      Collaboration of epithelial cells with organized mucosal lymphoid tissues

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Knodler, LA; Celli, J; Finlay, BB
      Pathogenic trickery: Deception of host cell processes

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Hacker, J; Carniel, E
      Ecological fitness, genomic islands and bacterial pathogenicity - A Darwinian view of the evolution of microbes

      EMBO REPORTS
    4. Andor, A; Trulzsch, K; Essler, M; Roggenkamp, A; Wiedemann, A; Heesemann, J; Aepfelbacher, M
      YopE of Yersinia, a GAP for Rho GTPases, selectively modulates Rac-dependent actin structures in endothelial cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Murli, S; Watson, RO; Galan, JE
      Role of tyrosine kinases and the tyrosine phosphatase SptP in the interaction of Salmonella with host cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. 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
    7. Dobrindt, U; Hacker, J
      Whole genome plasticity in pathogenic bacteria

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Orozova, P; Markova, N; Radoucheva, T
      Properties of Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis in red blood cell concentrate of different ABO groups during 30-day storage at 4 degrees C

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION
    9. Bakholdina, SI; Krasikova, IN; Solov'eva, TF
      The effect of the cultivation method and the growth phase on the lipopolysaccharide composition of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    10. Catanach, IJ
      The "globalization" of disease? India and the plague

      JOURNAL OF WORLD HISTORY
    11. Sansonetti, P
      Phagocytosis of bacterial pathogens: implications in the host response

      SEMINARS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Miller, VL; Beer, KB; Heusipp, G; Young, BM; Wachtel, MR
      Identification of regions of Ail required for the invasion and serum resistance phenotypes

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Kukkonen, M; Lahteenmaki, K; Suomalainen, M; Kalkkinen, N; Emody, L; Lang, H; Korhonen, TK
      Protein regions important for plasminogen activation and inactivation of alpha(2)-antiplasmin in the surface protease Pla of Yersinia pestis

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    14. Dacheux, D; Goure, J; Chabert, J; Usson, Y; Attree, I
      Pore-forming activity of type III system-secreted proteins leads to oncosis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa-infected macrophages

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    15. 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
    16. Holmstrom, A; Olsson, J; Cherepanov, P; Maier, E; Nordfelth, R; Pettersson, J; Benz, R; Wolf-Watz, H; Forsberg, A
      LcrV is a channel size-determining component of the Yop effector translocon of Yersinia

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Rakin, A; Noelting, C; Schropp, P; Heesemann, J
      Integrative module of the high-pathogenicity island of Yersinia

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Selim, SA
      Oedematous skin disease of buffalo in Egypt

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES B-INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH
    19. Nikolova, S; Wesselinova, D; Vesselinova, A
      Pretreatment of guinea-pigs with iron or Desferal influences the course ofYersinia enterocolitica infections

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES B-INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH
    20. Nikolova, S; Tzvetkov, Y; Najdenski, H; Vesselinova, A
      Isolation of pathogenic Yersiniae from wild animals in Bulgaria

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES B-INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH
    21. Prior, JL; Hitchen, PG; Williamson, ED; Reason, AJ; Morris, HR; Dell, A; Wren, BW; Titball, RW
      Characterization of the lipopolysaccharide of Yersinia pestis

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    22. Al-Hasani, K; Rajakumar, K; Bulach, D; Robins-Browne, R; Adler, B; Sakellaris, H
      Genetic organization of the she pathogenicity island in Shigella flexneri 2a

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    23. Cardenas, M; de Henestrosa, ARF; Campoy, S; de Rozas, AMP; Barbe, J; Badiola, I; Llagostera, M
      Virulence of Pasteurella multocida recA mutants

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Kaba, J; Kutschke, L; Gerlach, GF
      Development of an ELISA for the diagnosis of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infections in goats

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    25. Prior, JL; Parkhill, J; Hitchen, PG; Mungall, KL; Stevens, K; Morris, HR; Reason, AJ; Oyston, PCF; Dell, A; Wren, BW; Titball, RW
      The failure of different strains of Yersinia pestis to produce lipopolysaccharide O-antigen under different growth conditions is due to mutations in the O-antigen gene cluster

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    26. Moore, RJ; Stewart, DJ; Lund, K; Hodgson, ALM
      Vaccination against ovine footrot using a live bacterial vector to deliverbasic protease antigen

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    27. Fukushima, H; Hao, Q; Wu, KL; Hu, X; Chen, JH; Guo, ZF; Dai, HX; Qin, CY; Lu, SD; Gomyoda, M
      Yersinia enterocolitica O9 as a possible barrier against Y. pestis in natural plague foci in Ningxia, China

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Gordeets, AV; Beniova, SN; Shapovalov, EG; Malashenkova, VG; Sedulina, OF
      Treatment of children with severe cases of yersiniosis

      LOW-LEVEL LASER THERAPY
    29. Viboud, GI; Bliska, JB
      A bacterial type III secretion system inhibits actin polymerization to prevent pore formation in host cell membranes

      EMBO JOURNAL
    30. Higgins, MJ; Walsh, M; Kennedy, SM; Hyland, JMP; McDermott, E; O'Higgins, NJ
      Granulomatous appendicitis revisited: Report of a case

      DIGESTIVE SURGERY
    31. Kuria, JKN; Mbuthia, PG; Kang'ethe, EK; Wahome, RG
      Caseous lymphadenitis in goats: The pathogenesis, incubation period and serological response after experimental infection

      VETERINARY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    32. Briani, F; Deho, G; Forti, F; Ghisotti, D
      The plasmid status of satellite bacteriophage P4

      PLASMID
    33. Radnedge, L; Gamez-Chin, S; McCready, PM; Worsham, PL; Andersen, GL
      Identification of nucleotide sequences for the specific and rapid detection of Yersinia pestis

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Klevytska, AM; Price, LB; Schupp, JM; Worsham, PL; Wong, J; Keim, P
      Identification and characterization of variable-number tandem repeats in the Yersinia pestis genome

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    35. Agnihotri, G; Liu, HW
      PLP and PMP radicals: A new paradigm in coenzyme B-6 chemistry

      BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    36. Watson, PJ; Preece, BE
      Report on 31 caseous lymphadenitis infected sheep farms in England and Wales

      VETERINARY RECORD
    37. Muller-Alouf, H; Carnoy, C; Simonet, M; Alouf, JE
      Superantigen bacterial toxins: state of the art

      TOXICON
    38. Burns, JL; Griffith, A; Barry, JJ; Jonas, M; Chi, EY
      Transcytosis of gastrointestinal epithelial cells by Escherichia coli K1

      PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
    39. Cole, ST; Buchrieser, C
      Bacterial genomics - A plague o' both your hosts

      NATURE
    40. Parkhill, J; Wren, BW; Thomson, NR; Titball, RW; Holden, MTG; Prentice, MB; Sebaihia, M; James, KD; Churcher, C; Mungall, KL; Baker, S; Basham, D; Bentley, SD; Brooks, K; Cerdeno-Tarraga, AM; Chillingworth, T; Cronin, A; Davies, RM; Davis, P; Dougan, G; Feltwell, T; Hamlin, N; Holroyd, S; Jagels, K; Karlyshev, AV; Leather, S; Moule, S; Oyston, PCF; Quail, M; Rutherford, K; Simmonds, M; Skelton, J; Stevens, K; Whitehead, S; Barrell, BG
      Genome sequence of Yersinia pestis, the causative agent of plague

      NATURE
    41. Oyston, P
      Plague virulence

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    42. Feodorova, VA; Devdariani, ZL
      Immunogeneity and structural organisation of some pLCR-encoded proteins ofYersinia pestis

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    43. Sobreira, M; Leal, NC; Magalhaes, M; Guth, BEC; Almeida, AMP
      Molecular analysis of clinical isolates of Providencia alcalifaciens

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    44. Zurek, L; Denning, SS; Schal, C; Watson, DW
      Vector competence of Musca domestica (Diptera : Muscidae) for Yersinia pseudotuberculosis

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

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    46. Darwin, KH; Robinson, LS; Miller, VL
      SigE is a chaperone for the Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium invasion protein SigD

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    47. Cheng, LW; Kay, O; Schneewind, O
      Regulated secretion of YopN by the type III machinery of Yersinia enterocolitica

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    48. Tornus, D; Floss, HG
      Identification of four genes from the granaticin biosynthetic gene clusterof Streptomyces violaceoruber Tu22 involved in the biosynthesis of L-rhodinose

      JOURNAL OF ANTIBIOTICS
    49. Wood, GE; Dutro, SM; Totten, PA
      Haemophilus ducreyi inhibits phagocytosis by U-937 cells, a human macrophage-like cell line

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    50. Snellings, NJ; Popek, M; Lindler, LE
      Complete DNA sequence of Yersinia enterocolitica serotype 0 : 8 low-calcium-response plasmid reveals a new virulence plasmid-associated replicon

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    51. Defoe, G; Coburn, J
      Delineation of Borrelia burgdorferi p66 sequences required for integrin alpha(IIb)beta(3) recognition

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    52. Ramarao, N; Meyer, TF
      Helicobacter pylori resists phagocytosis by macrophages: Quantitative assessment by confocal microscopy and fluorescence-activated cell sorting

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    53. Gophna, U; Barlev, M; Seijffers, R; Oelschlager, TA; Hacker, J; Ron, EZ
      Curli fibers mediate internalization of Escherichia coli by eukaryotic cells

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    54. Lelouard, H; Reggio, H; Roy, C; Sahuquet, A; Mangeat, P; Montcourrier, P
      Glycocalyx on rabbit intestinal M cells displays carbohydrate epitopes from Muc2

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    55. Ruckdeschel, K; Richter, K; Mannel, O; Heesemann, J
      Arginine-143 of Yersinia enterocolitica YopP crucially determines isotype-related NF-kappa B suppression and apoptosis induction in macrophages

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    56. Sebbane, F; Devalckenaere, A; Foulon, J; Carniel, E; Simonet, M
      Silencing and reactivation of urease in Yersinia pestis is determined by one G residue at a specific position in the ureD gene

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    57. McGee, K; Zettl, M; Way, M; Fallman, M
      A role for N-WASP in invasin-promoted internalisation

      FEBS LETTERS
    58. Lahteenmaki, K; Kukkonen, M; Korhonen, TK
      The Pla surface protease/adhesin of Yersinia pestis mediates bacterial invasion into human endothelial cells

      FEBS LETTERS
    59. Krasikova, IN; Bakholdina, SI; Solov'eva, TF
      Glucose as a growth medium factor regulating lipid composition of Yersiniapseudotuberculosis

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    60. Bakholdina, SI; Krasikova, IN; Buzoleva, LS; Shubin, FN; Solov'eva, TF
      Effects of culture method and growth phase on free lipid composition of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    61. Stieglitz, KA; Seaton, BA; Roberts, MF
      Binding of proteolytically processed phospholipase D from Streptomyces chromofuscus to phosphatidylcholine membranes facilitates vesicle aggregation and fusion

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    62. Neubauer, H; Sprague, LD; Scholz, H; Hensel, A
      Yersinia enterocolitica infections: I. Impact on animal health

      BERLINER UND MUNCHENER TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    63. Zhao, LS; Borisova, S; Yeung, SM; Liu, HW
      Study of C-4 deoxygenation in the biosynthesis of desosamine: Evidence implicating a novel mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    64. Blocker, A; Holden, D; Cornelis, G
      Type III secretion systems: what is the translocator and what is translocated?

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    65. Black, DS; Marie-Cardine, A; Schraven, B; Bliska, JB
      The Yersinia tyrosine phosphatase YopH targets a novel adhesion-regulated signalling complex in macrophages

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    66. Krukonis, ES; Isberg, RR
      Integrin beta(1)-chain residues involved in substrate recognition and specificity of binding to invasin

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    67. Meijer, LK; Schesser, K; Wolf-Watz, H; Sassone-Corsi, P; Pettersson, S
      The bacterial protein YopJ abrogates multiple signal transduction pathwaysthat converge on the transcription factor CREB

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    68. Schulte, R; Kerneis, S; Klinke, S; Bartels, H; Preger, S; Kraehenbuhl, JP; Pringault, E; Autenrieth, IB
      Translocation of Yersinia enterocolitica across reconstituted intestinal epithelial monolayers is triggered by Yersinia invasin binding to beta 1 integrins apically expressed on M-like cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    69. Carnoy, C; Muller-Alouf, H; Desreumaux, P; Mullet, C; Grangette, C; Simonet, M
      The superantigenic toxin of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis: a novel virulencefactor?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    70. Hinnebusch, J; Cherepanov, P; Du, Y; Rudolph, A; Dixon, JD; Schwan, T; Forsberg, A
      Murine toxin of Yersinia pestis shows phospholipase D activity but is not required for virulence in mice

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    71. Vazquez-Torres, A; Fang, FC
      Cellular routes of invasion by enteropathogens

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    72. Isberg, RR; Hamburger, Z; Dersch, P
      Signaling and invasin-promoted uptake via integrin receptors

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    73. Marcus, SL; Brumell, JH; Pfeifer, CG; Finlay, BB
      Salmonella pathogenicity islands: big virulence in small packages

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    74. MacDonald, TT; Pettersson, S
      Bacterial regulation of intestinal immune responses

      INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES
    75. Amromin, I; Chapnick, EK; Morozov, VG
      Nonplague yersiniosis: Report of four cases and review of the literature

      INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
    76. 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
    77. Weinberg, ED
      Microbial pathogens with impaired ability to acquire host iron

      BIOMETALS
    78. Klaffke, W; Chambon, S
      Chemo-enzymatic synthesis of TDP-beta-L-ascarylose

      TETRAHEDRON-ASYMMETRY
    79. El Tahir, Y; Kuusela, P; Skurnik, M
      Functional mapping of the Yersinia enterocolitica adhesin YadA. Identification of eight NSVAIG-S motifs in the amino-terminal half of the protein involved in collagen binding

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    80. Hartland, EL; Daniell, SJ; Delahay, RM; Neves, BC; Wallis, T; Shaw, RK; Hale, C; Knutton, S; Frankel, G
      The type III protein translocation system of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli involves EspA-EspB protein interactions

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    81. Revell, PA; Miller, VL
      A chromosomally encoded regulator is required for expression of the Yersinia enterocolitica inv gene and for virulence

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    82. Al-Rawashdeh, OF; Al-Qudah, KM
      Effect of shearing on the incidence of caseous lymphadenitis in awassi sheep in Jordan

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES B-INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH
    83. Schulte, R; Grassl, GA; Preger, S; Fessele, S; Jacobi, CA; Schaller, M; Nelson, PJ; Autenrieth, IB
      Yersinia enterocolitica invasin protein triggers IL-8 production in epithelial cells via activation of Rel p65-p65 homodimers

      FASEB JOURNAL
    84. Schesser, K; Dukuzumuremyi, JM; Cilio, C; Borg, S; Wallis, TS; Pettersson, S; Galyov, EE
      The Salmonella YopJ-homologue AvrA does not possess YopJ-like activity

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    85. Dawson, GF; Halbert, GW
      The in vitro cell association of invasin coated polylactide-co-glycolide nanoparticles

      PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
    86. Miwa, K; Fukuyama, M; Sakai, R; Shimizu, S; Ida, N; Endo, M; Igarashi, H
      Sensitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for the detection of bacterial superantigens and antibodies against them in human plasma

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    87. Abe, J; Ito, Y; Onimaru, M; Kohsaka, T; Takeda, T
      Characterization and distribution of a new enterotoxin-related superantigen produced by Staphylococcus aureus

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    88. Dercksen, DP; Brinkhof, JMA; Dekker-Nooren, T; van Maanen, K; Bode, CF; Baird, G; Kamp, EM
      A comparison of four serological tests for the diagnosis of caseous lymphadenitis in sheep and goats

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    89. Strauch, E; Hoffmann, B; Heins, G; Appel, B
      Isolation of a new insertion element of Yersinia intermedia closely related to remnants of mobile genetic elements present on Yersinia plasmids harboring the Yop virulon

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    90. O'Doherty, S; Prendergast, M; Scanlon, M; Schofield, WL; Doherty, ML; Frame, M; Bassett, HF
      Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in an imported ewe

      IRISH VETERINARY JOURNAL
    91. Kutschke, L; Ganter, M; Kaba, J
      Efficacy of a flock-specific pseudotuberculosis-vaccine in goats.

      DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    92. Kobayashi, Y; Honda, M; Yoshikawa, N; Ito, H
      Acute tubulointerstitial nephritis in 21 Japanese children

      CLINICAL NEPHROLOGY
    93. 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
    94. Vostrikova, OP; Likhatskaya, GN; Novikova, OD; Solovyeva, TF
      Antigenic structure and functional properties of Yersinia porins

      BIOLOGICHESKIE MEMBRANY
    95. Xu, JG; Cheng, B; Wen, XQ; Cui, SY; Ye, CY
      High-pathogenicity island of Yersinia spp. in Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrhea patients in China

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    96. Sidelnikova, SM; Yuschenko, GV; Aseeva, EM
      Yersiniosis as a therapeutic problem

      TERAPEVTICHESKII ARKHIV
    97. Gautsch, S; Odermatt, P; Burnens, AP; Bille, J; Ewald, R
      The role of starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) in the epidemiology of potentially human bacterial pathogens

      SCHWEIZER ARCHIV FUR TIERHEILKUNDE
    98. Donnenberg, MS
      Pathogenic strategies of enteric bacteria

      NATURE
    99. Raoult, D; Aboudharam, G; Crubezy, E; Larrouy, G; Ludes, B; Drancourt, M
      Molecular identification by "suicide PCR" of Yersinia pestis as the agent of Medieval Black Death

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    100. Juris, SJ; Rudolph, AE; Huddler, D; Orth, K; Dixon, JE
      A distinctive role for the Yersinia protein kinase: Actin binding, kinase activation, and cytoskeleton disruption

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


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