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    1. 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
    2. Smith, CL; Khandelwal, P; Keliikuli, K; Zuiderweg, ERP; Saper, MA
      Structure of the type III secretion and substrate-binding domain of Yersinia YopH phosphatase

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Molinari, G; Rohde, M; Talay, SR; Chhatwal, GS; Beckert, S; Podbielski, A
      The role played by the group A streptococcal negative regulator Nra on bacterial interactions with epithelial cells

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Scholz-Schroeder, BK; Soule, JD; Lu, SE; Grgurina, I; Gross, DC
      A physical map of the syringomycin and syringopeptin gene clusters localized to an approximately 145-kb DNA region of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae strain B301D

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    5. Montagna, LG; Ivanov, MI; Bliska, JB
      Identification of residues in the N-terminal domain of the Yersinia tyrosine phosphatase that are critical for substrate recognition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Dunman, PM; Murphy, E; Haney, S; Palacios, D; Tucker-Kellogg, G; Wu, S; Brown, EL; Zagursky, RJ; Shlaes, D; Projan, SJ
      Transcription profiling-based identification of Staphylococcus aureus genes regulated by the agr and/or sarA loci

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    7. Bischoff, M; Entenza, JM; Giachino, P
      Influence of a functional sigB operon on the global regulators sar and agrin Staphylococcus aureus

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    8. Heussip, G; Young, GM; Miller, VL
      HreP, an in vivo-expressed protease of Yersinia enterocolitica, is a new member of the family of subtilisin/kexin-like proteases

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    9. Karlsson, A; Saravia-Otten, P; Tegmark, K; Morfeldt, E; Arvidson, S
      Decreased amounts of cell wall-associated protein A and fibronectin-binding proteins in Staphylococcus aureus sarA mutants due to up-regulation of extracellular proteases

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    10. Lukomski, S; Nakashima, K; Abdi, I; Cipriano, VJ; Shelvin, BJ; Graviss, EA; Musser, JM
      Identification and characterization of a second extracellular collagen-like protein made by group A Streptococcus: Control of production at the levelof translation

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    11. Weidow, CL; Black, DS; Bliska, JB; Bouton, AH
      CAS/Crk signalling mediates uptake of Yersinia into human epithelial cells

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Ernst, JD
      Bacterial inhibition of phagocytosis

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    13. 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
    14. Collin, M; Olsen, A
      Generation of a mature streptococcal cysteine proteinase is dependent on cell wall-anchored M1 protein

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Wolz, C; Pohlmann-Dietze, P; Steinhuber, A; Chien, YT; Manna, A; van Wamel, W; Cheung, A
      Agr-independent regulation of fibronectin-binding protein(s) by the regulatory locus sar in Staphylococcus aureus

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    16. dos Santos, CND; Frenkiel, MP; Courageot, MP; Rocha, CFS; Vazeille-Falcoz, MC; Wien, MW; Rey, FA; Deubel, V; Despres, P
      Determinants in the envelope E protein and viral RNA helicase NS3 that influence the induction of apoptosis in response to infection with dengue type1 virus

      VIROLOGY
    17. 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
    18. Chakrabarti, SK; Misra, TK
      SarA represses agr operon expression in a purified in vitro Staphylococcusaureus transcription system

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    19. Koul, A; Choidas, A; Treder, M; Tyagi, AK; Drlica, K; Singh, Y; Ullrich, A
      Cloning and characterization of secretory tyrosine phosphatases of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    20. Tafazoli, F; Holmstrom, A; Forsberg, A; Magnusson, KE
      Apically exposed, tight junction-associated beta 1-integrins allow bindingand YopE-mediated perturbation of epithelial barriers by wild-type Yersinia bacteria

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    21. Rasmussen, M; Eden, A; Bjorck, L
      SclA, a novel collagen-like surface protein of Streptococcus pyogenes

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    22. Cowell, BA; Chen, DY; Frank, DW; Vallis, AJ; Fleiszig, SMJ
      ExoT of cytotoxic Pseudomonas aeruginosa prevents uptake by corneal epithelial cells

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    23. Hamid, N; Gustavsson, A; Andersson, K; McGee, K; Persson, C; Rudd, CE; Fallman, M
      YopH dephosphorylates Cas and Fyn-binding protein in macrophages

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    24. Voelker, LL; Dybvig, K
      Sequence analysis of the Mycoplasma arthritidis bacteriophage MAV1 genome identifies the putative virulence factor

      GENE
    25. Rich, RL; Kreikemeyer, B; Owens, RT; LaBrenz, S; Narayana, SVL; Weinstock, GM; Murray, BE; Hook, M
      Ace is a collagen-binding MSCRAMM from Enterococcus faecalis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Vincent, C; Doublet, P; Grangeasse, C; Vaganay, E; Cozzone, AJ; Duclos, B
      Cells of Escherichia coli contain a protein-tyrosine kinase, Wzc, and a phosphotyrosine-protein phosphatase, Wzb

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    27. Benner, GE; Andrews, GP; Byrne, WR; Strachan, SD; Sample, AK; Heath, DG; Friedlander, AM
      Immune response to Yersinia outer proteins and other Yersinia pestis antigens after experimental plague infection in mice

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    28. Visser, LG; Seijmonsbergen, E; Nibbering, PH; van den Broek, PJ; van Furth, R
      Yops of Yersinia enterocolitica inhibit receptor-dependent superoxide anion production by human granulocytes

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    29. Andrews, GP; Strachan, ST; Benner, GE; Sample, AK; Anderson, GW; Adamovicz, JJ; Welkos, SL; Pullen, JK; Friedlander, AM
      Protective efficacy of recombinant Yersinia outer proteins against bubonicplague caused by encapsulated and nonencapsulated Yersinia pestis

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    30. ROSSOLINI GM; SCHIPPA S; RICCIO ML; BERLUTTI F; MACASKIE LE; THALLER MC
      BACTERIAL NONSPECIFIC ACID PHOSPHOHYDROLASES - PHYSIOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND USE AS TOOLS IN MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    31. HARTLAND EL; ROBINSBROWNE RM
      INFECTIONS WITH ENTEROPATHOGENIC YERSINIA SPECIES - PARADIGMS OF BACTERIAL PATHOGENESIS

      Reviews in medical micro-biology
    32. BLACK DS; MONTAGNA LG; ZITSMANN S; BLISKA JB
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN AMINO-TERMINAL SUBSTRATE-BINDING DOMAIN IN THE YERSINIA TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE THAT IS REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT RECOGNITION OF FOCAL ADHESION TARGETS

      Molecular microbiology
    33. SCHESSER K; SPIIK AK; DUKUZUMUREMYI JM; NEURATH MF; PETTERSSON S; WOLFWATZ H
      THE YOPJ LOCUS IS REQUIRED FOR YERSINIA-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF NF-KAPPA-B ACTIVATION AND CYTOKINE EXPRESSION - YOPJ CONTAINS A EUKARYOTIC SH2-LIKE DOMAIN THAT IS ESSENTIAL FOR ITS REPRESSIVE ACTIVITY

      Molecular microbiology
    34. LEE VT; ANDERSON DM; SCHNEEWIND O
      TARGETING OF YERSINIA YOP PROTEINS INTO THE CYTOSOL OF HELA-CELLS - ONE-STEP TRANSLOCATION OF YOPE ACROSS BACTERIAL AND EUKARYOTIC MEMBRANES IS DEPENDENT ON SYCE CHAPERONE

      Molecular microbiology
    35. BOYD AP; SORY MP; IRIARTE M; CORNELIS GR
      HEPARIN INTERFERES WITH TRANSLOCATION OF YOP PROTEINS INTO HELA-CELLSAND BINDS TO LCRG, A REGULATORY COMPONENT OF THE YERSINIA YOP APPARATUS

      Molecular microbiology
    36. FELTEN A; DESPLACES N; NIZARD R; SEDEL L; LAGRANGE P
      PEPTOSTREPTOCOCCUS MAGNUS BONE AND JOINT INFECTIONS AFTER ORTHOPEDIC-SURGERY - 14 REPORTS, AND PATHOGENIC FACTORS

      Pathologie et biologie
    37. IRIARTE M; SORY MP; BOLAND A; BOYD AP; MILLS SD; LAMBERMONT I; CORNELIS GR
      TYEA, A PROTEIN INVOLVED IN CONTROL OF YOP RELEASE AND IN TRANSLOCATION OF YERSINIA YOP EFFECTORS

      EMBO journal
    38. Shi, L; Potts, M; Kennelly, PJ
      The serine, threonine, and/or tyrosine-specific protein kinases and protein phosphatases of prokaryotic organisms: a family portrait

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    39. GRANGEASSE C; DOUBLET P; VINCENT C; VAGANAY E; RIBERTY M; DUCLOS B; COZZONE AJ
      FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LOW-MOLECULAR-MASS PHOSPHOTYROSINE-PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE OF ACINETOBACTER-JOHNSONII

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    40. Monack, DM; Mecsas, J; Bouley, D; Falkow, S
      Yersinia-induced apoptosis in vivo aids in the establishment of a systemicinfection of mice

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    41. BELL SD; DENU JM; DIXON JE; ELLINGTON AD
      RNA MOLECULES THAT BIND TO AND INHIBIT THE ACTIVE-SITE OF A TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. ZHAO Y; WU L; NOH SJ; GUAN KL; ZHANG ZY
      ALTERING THE NUCLEOPHILE SPECIFICITY OF A PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE-CATALYZED REACTION - PROBING THE FUNCTION OF THE INVARIANT GLUTAMINERESIDUES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. BOLAND A; CORNELIS GR
      ROLE OF YOPP IN SUPPRESSION OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA RELEASE BYMACROPHAGES DURING YERSINIA INFECTION

      Infection and immunity
    44. FALLMAN M; PERSSON C; SCHESSER K; WOLFWATZ H
      BIDIRECTIONAL SIGNALING BETWEEN YERSINIA AND ITS TARGET-CELL

      Folia microbiologica
    45. PELLEGRINI MC; LIANG HB; MANDIYAN S; WANG K; YURYEV A; VLATTAS I; SYTWU T; LI YC; WENNOGLE LP
      MAPPING THE SUBSITE PREFERENCES OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE PTP-1B USING COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY APPROACHES

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    46. WANG F; LI WQ; EMMETT MR; HENDRICKSON CL; MARSHALL AG; ZHANG YL; WU L; ZHANG ZY
      CONFORMATIONAL AND DYNAMIC CHANGES OF YERSINIA PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE INDUCED BY LIGAND-BINDING AND ACTIVE-SITE MUTATION AND REVEALEDBY H D EXCHANGE AND ELECTROSPRAY-IONIZATION FOURIER-TRANSFORM ION-CYCLOTRON RESONANCE MASS-SPECTROMETRY/

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    47. ABE J; TAKEDA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A SUPERANTIGEN PRODUCED BY YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS

      Preparative biochemistry & biotechnology
    48. HOLMSTROM A; PETTERSSON J; ROSQVIST R; HAKANSSON S; TAFAZOLI F; FALLMAN M; MAGNUSSON KE; WOLFWATZ H; FORSBERG A
      YOPK OF YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS CONTROLS TRANSLOCATION OF YOP EFFECTORS ACROSS THE EUKARYOTIC CELL-MEMBRANE

      Molecular microbiology
    49. ARRICAU N; HERMANT D; WAXIN H; POPOFF MY
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SALMONELLA-TYPHI STPA PROTEIN THAT IS RELATED TO BOTH YERSINIA YOPE CYTOTOXIN AND YOPH TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE

      Research in microbiology
    50. PERSSON C; CARBALLEIRA N; WOLFWATZ H; FALLMAN M
      THE PTPASE YOPH INHIBITS UPTAKE OF YERSINIA, TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATIONOF P130(CAS) AND FAK, AND THE ASSOCIATED ACCUMULATION OF THESE PROTEINS IN PERIPHERAL FOCAL ADHESIONS

      EMBO journal
    51. BLACK DS; BLISKA JB
      IDENTIFICATION OF P130(CAS) AS A SUBSTRATE OF YERSINIA YOPH (YOP51), A BACTERIAL PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE THAT TRANSLOCATES INTO MAMMALIAN-CELLS AND TARGETS FOCAL ADHESIONS

      EMBO journal
    52. MONACK DM; MECSAS J; GHORI N; FALKOW S
      YERSINIA SIGNALS MACROPHAGES TO UNDERGO APOPTOSIS AND YOPJ IS NECESSARY FOR THIS CELL-DEATH

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. FALLMAN M; PERSSON C; WOLFWATZ H
      YERSINIA PROTEINS THAT TARGET HOST-CELL SIGNALING PATHWAYS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    54. FALLMAN M; PERSSON C; WOLFWATZ H
      YERSINIA PROTEINS THAT TARGET HOST-CELL SIGNALING PATHWAYS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    55. RUCKDESCHEL K; MACHOLD J; ROGGENKAMP A; SCHUBERT S; PIERRE J; ZUMBIHL R; LIAUTARD JP; HEESEMANN J; ROUOT B
      YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA PROMOTES DEACTIVATION OF MACROPHAGE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASES EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASE-1 2, P38, AND C-JUN NH2-TERMINAL KINASE - CORRELATION WITH ITS INHIBITORY EFFECT ON TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA PRODUCTION/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. MOUNIER J; BAHRANI FK; SANSONETTI PJ
      SECRETION OF SHIGELLA-FLEXNERI IPA INVASINS ON CONTACT WITH EPITHELIAL-CELLS AND SUBSEQUENT ENTRY OF THE BACTERIUM INTO CELLS ARE GROWTH STAGE-DEPENDENT

      Infection and immunity
    57. FAWAZ FS; VANOOIJ C; HOMOLA E; MUTKA SC; ENGEL JN
      INFECTION WITH CHLAMYDIA-TRACHOMATIS ALTERS THE TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND OR LOCALIZATION OF SEVERAL HOST-CELL PROTEINS INCLUDING CORTACTIN/

      Infection and immunity
    58. RUCKDESCHEL K; ROGGENKAMP A; LAFONT V; MANGEAT P; HEESEMANN J; ROUOT B
      INTERACTION OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA WITH MACROPHAGES LEADS TO MACROPHAGE CELL-DEATH THROUGH APOPTOSIS

      Infection and immunity
    59. ZHANG ZY; WU L
      THE SINGLE SULFUR TO OXYGEN SUBSTITUTION IN THE ACTIVE-SITE NUCLEOPHILE OF THE YERSINIA PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE LEADS TO SUBSTANTIAL STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL PERTURBATIONS

      Biochemistry
    60. WOOD MW; ROSQVIST R; MULLAN PB; EDWARDS MH; GALYOV EE
      SOPE, A SECRETED PROTEIN OF SALMONELLA-DUBLIN, IS TRANSLOCATED INTO THE TARGET EUKARYOTIC CELL VIA A SIP-DEPENDENT MECHANISM AND PROMOTES BACTERIAL ENTRY

      Molecular microbiology
    61. KANIGA K; URALIL J; BLISKA JB; GALAN JE
      A SECRETED PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE WITH MODULAR EFFECTOR DOMAINSIN THE BACTERIAL PATHOGEN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Molecular microbiology
    62. ANDERSSON K; CARBALLEIRA N; MAGNUSSON KE; PERSSON C; STENDAHL O; WOLFWATZ H; FALLMAN M
      YOPH OF YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS INTERRUPTS EARLY PHOSPHOTYROSINE SIGNALING ASSOCIATED WITH PHAGOCYTOSIS

      Molecular microbiology
    63. HAKANSSON S; GALYOV EE; ROSQVIST R; WOLFWATZ H
      THE YERSINIA YPKA SER THR KINASE IS TRANSLOCATED AND SUBSEQUENTLY TARGETED TO THE INNER SURFACE OF THE HELA-CELL PLASMA-MEMBRANE/

      Molecular microbiology
    64. WATTIAU P; WOESTYN S; CORNELIS GR
      CUSTOMIZED SECRETION CHAPERONES IN PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

      Molecular microbiology
    65. BOLAND A; SORY MP; IRIARTE M; KERBOURCH C; WATTIAU P; CORNELIS GR
      STATUS OF YOPM AND YOPN IN THE YERSINIA YOP VIRULON - YOPM OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA IS INTERNALIZED INSIDE THE CYTOSOL OF PU5-1.8 MACROPHAGES BY THE YOPB, YOPD, YOPN DELIVERY APPARATUS

      EMBO journal
    66. DENU JM; LOHSE DL; VIJAYALAKSHMI J; SAPER MA; DIXON JE
      VISUALIZATION OF INTERMEDIATE AND TRANSITION-STATE STRUCTURES IN PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE CATALYSIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    67. CUI L; YU WP; DEAIZPURUA HJ; SCHMIDLI RS; PALLEN CJ
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ISLET-CELL ANTIGEN-RELATED PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE (PTP), A NOVEL RECEPTOR-LIKE PTP AND AUTOANTIGEN ININSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. BERGER SA; ROWAN K; MORRISON HD; ZILTENER HJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A BACTERIAL INHIBITOR OF PROTEIN-KINASES - MECHANISM AND ROLE IN HOST-CELL INVASION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. FAUMAN EB; YUVANIYAMA C; SCHUBERT HL; STUCKEY JA; SAPER MA
      THE X-RAY CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF YERSINIA TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE WITH BOUND TUNGSTATE AND NITRATE - MECHANISTIC IMPLICATIONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. DUNN D; CHEN L; LAWRENCE DS; ZHANG ZY
      THE ACTIVE-SITE SPECIFICITY OF THE YERSINIA PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. KENNELLY PJ; POTTS M
      FANCY MEETING YOU HERE - A FRESH LOOK AT PROKARYOTIC PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    72. LI Y; STROHL WR
      CLONING, PURIFICATION, AND PROPERTIES OF A PHOSPHOTYROSINE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE FROM STREPTOMYCES-COELICOLOR A3(2)

      Journal of bacteriology
    73. ISBERG RR; GUY TVN
      THE MECHANISM OF PHAGOCYTIC UPTAKE PROMOTED BY INVASIN INTEGRIN INTERACTION

      Trends in cell biology
    74. PERSSON C; NORDFELTH R; HOLMSTROM A; HAKANSSON S; ROSQVIST R; WOLFWATZ H
      CELL-SURFACE-BOUND YERSINIA TRANSLOCATE THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE YOPH BY A POLARIZED MECHANISM INTO THE TARGET-CELL

      Molecular microbiology
    75. FRITHZLINDSTEN E; ROSQVIST R; JOHANSSON L; FORSBERG A
      THE CHAPERONE-LIKE PROTEIN YERA OF YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS STABILIZES YOPE IN THE CYTOPLASM BUT IS DISPENSIBLE FOR TARGETING TO THE SECRETION LOCI

      Molecular microbiology
    76. GREEN SP; HARTLAND EL; ROBINSBROWNE RM; PHILLIPS WA
      ROLE OF YOPH IN THE SUPPRESSION OF TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND RESPIRATORY BURST ACTIVITY IN MURINE MACROPHAGES INFECTED WITH YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA

      Journal of leukocyte biology
    77. MCNAMARA PJ; CUEVAS WA; SONGER JG
      TOXIC PHOSPHOLIPASES-D OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS, C-ULCERANS AND ARCANOBACTERIUM-HAEMOLYTICUM - CLONING AND SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY

      Gene
    78. FARRELL AM; TAYLOR D; HOLLAND KT
      CLONING, NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE DETERMINATION AND EXPRESSION OF THE STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS HYALURONATE LYASE GENE

      FEMS microbiology letters
    79. MOSSMAN K; OSTERGAARD H; UPTON C; MCFADDEN G
      MYXOMA VIRUS AND SHOPE FIBROMA VIRUS ENCODE DUAL-SPECIFICITY TYROSINESERINE PHOSPHATASES WHICH ARE ESSENTIAL FOR VIRUS VIABILITY

      Virology
    80. LAHESMAA R; SODERBERG C; BLISKA J; ALLSUP A; LUUKKAINEN R; STEINMAN L; UCHIYAMA T; PELTZ G
      PATHOGEN ANTIGEN-REACTIVE AND SUPERANTIGEN-REACTIVE SYNOVIAL-FLUID T-CELLS IN REACTIVE ARTHRITIS

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    81. NAKAJIMA R; MOTIN VL; BRUBAKER RR
      SUPPRESSION OF CYTOKINES IN MICE BY PROTEIN A-V ANTIGEN FUSION PEPTIDE AND RESTORATION OF SYNTHESIS BY ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION

      Infection and immunity
    82. FALLMAN M; ANDERSSON K; HAKANSSON S; MAGNUSSON KE; STENDAHL O; WOLFWATZ H
      YERSINIA-PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS INHIBITS FC RECEPTOR-MEDIATED PHAGOCYTOSIS IN J774 CELLS

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

      Infection and immunity
    84. STADTMAN TC
      EMERGING AWARENESS OF THE CRITICAL ROLES OF S-PHOSPHOCYSTEINE AND SELENOPHOSPHATE IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      BioFactors
    85. SORY MP; CORNELIS GR
      TRANSLOCATION OF A HYBRID YOPE-ADENYLATE CYCLASE FROM YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA INTO HELA-CELLS

      Molecular microbiology
    86. RUIZBRAVO A; JIMENEZVALERA M; SAMPEDRO A; MORENO E
      CHROMOSOME-MEDIATED RESISTANCE OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA SEROTYPE O9TO INTRACELLULAR KILLING BY MOUSE PERITONEAL-MACROPHAGES

      FEMS immunology and medical microbiology
    87. FERNANDEZLAGO L; GOMEZ M; VIZCAINO N; CHORDI A
      ANALYSIS OF THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA SEROTYPE-O-9-RELEASED PROTEINS BY IMMUNOBLOT AND ELISA

      Research in microbiology
    88. TUFANO MA; ROSSANO F; CATALANOTTI P; LIGUORI G; MARINELLI A; BARONI A; MARINELLI P
      PROPERTIES OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA PORINS - INTERFERENCE WITH BIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF PHAGOCYTES, NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION AND SELECTIVE CYTOKINE RELEASE

      Research in microbiology
    89. NODA M; SHIBATA K; SAWA Y; SHIMOKOUBE H; WATANABE T
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ACID-PHOSPHATASE FROM MYCOPLASMA-FERMENTANS

      Microbiology and immunology
    90. MASSAD G; MOBLEY HLT
      GENETIC ORGANIZATION AND COMPLETE SEQUENCE OF THE PROTEUS-MIRABILIS PMF FIMBRIAL OPERON

      Gene
    91. DEKONINGWARD TF; WARD AC; ROBINSBROWNE RM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE UREASE-ENCODING GENE-COMPLEX OF YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA

      Gene
    92. CHOW K; NG D; STOKES R; JOHNSON P
      PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IN MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    93. IJAZ MK; SABARA MI; ALKARMI T; FRENCHICK PJ; READY KF; DAR FK; BABIUK LA
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF ROTAVIRUS VIRULENCE - LOCALIZATION OF A POTENTIAL VIRULENCE SITE IN A MURINE ROTAVIRUS VP4

      Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases
    94. STUCKEY JA; SCHUBERT HL; FAUMAN EB; ZHANG ZY; DIXON JE; SAPER MA
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF YERSINIA PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE AT 2.5-ANGSTROM AND THE COMPLEX WITH TUNGSTATE

      Nature
    95. ZHANG ZY; WANG YA; DIXON JE
      DISSECTING THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHATASES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. HANNIG G; OTTILIE S; ERIKSON RL
      NEGATIVE REGULATION OF MITOSIS IN FISSION YEAST BY CATALYTICALLY INACTIVE PYP1 AND PYP2 MUTANTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. LAHESMAA R; SHANAFELT MC; STEINMAN L; PELTZ G
      IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS OF HUMAN INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS - LESSONS FROM LYME AND REACTIVE ARTHRITIS

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    98. STARNBACH MN; BEVAN MJ
      CELLS INFECTED WITH YERSINIA PRESENT AN EPITOPE TO CLASS-I MHC-RESTRICTED CTL

      The Journal of immunology
    99. STONE RL; DIXON JE
      PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHATASES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. ZHANG ZY; MALACHOWSKI WP; VANETTEN RL; DIXON JE
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