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The Trw Type IV Secretion System of Bartonella Mediates Host-Specific Adhesion to Erythrocytes
M Vayssier-Taussat, D Le Rhun, HK Deng, F Biville, S Cescau, A Danchin, ...
PLoS pathogens 6 (6), e1000946, 2010
Conjugative DNA transfer into human cells by the VirB/VirD4 type IV secretion system of the bacterial pathogen Bartonella henselae
G Schröder, R Schuelein, M Quebatte, C Dehio
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (35), 14643-14648, 2011
The BatR/BatS two-component regulatory system controls the adaptive response of Bartonella henselae during human endothelial cell infection
M Quebatte, M Dehio, D Tropel, A Basler, I Toller, G Raddatz, P Engel, ...
Journal of bacteriology 192 (13), 3352-3367, 2010
An integrative strategy to identify the entire protein coding potential of prokaryotic genomes by proteogenomics
U Omasits, AR Varadarajan, M Schmid, S Goetze, D Melidis, M Bourqui, ...
Genome research 27 (12), 2083-2095, 2017
Directed shotgun proteomics guided by saturated RNA-seq identifies a complete expressed prokaryotic proteome
U Omasits, M Quebatte, DJ Stekhoven, C Fortes, B Roschitzki, ...
Genome research 23 (11), 1916-1927, 2013
Bacterial effector binds host cell adenylyl cyclase to potentiate Gαs-dependent cAMP production
AT Pulliainen, K Pieles, CS Brand, B Hauert, A Böhm, M Quebatte, A Wepf, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (24), 9581-9586, 2012
A bacterial toxin-antitoxin module is the origin of inter-bacterial and inter-kingdom effectors of Bartonella
A Harms, M Liesch, J Körner, M Québatte, P Engel, C Dehio
PLoS genetics 13 (10), e1007077, 2017
Evolutionary Dynamics of Pathoadaptation Revealed by Three Independent Acquisitions of the VirB/D4 Type IV Secretion System in Bartonella
A Harms, FHID Segers, M Quebatte, C Mistl, P Manfredi, J Körner, ...
Genome biology and evolution 9 (3), 761-776, 2017
Proteome-wide identification of predominant subcellular protein localizations in a bacterial model organism
DJ Stekhoven, U Omasits, M Quebatte, C Dehio, CH Ahrens
Journal of proteomics 99, 123-137, 2014
The transcriptional response of human endothelial cells to infection with Bartonella henselae is dominated by genes controlling innate immune responses, cell cycle, and …
M Dehio, M Québatte, S Foser, U Certa
Thrombosis and haemostasis 94 (08), 347-361, 2005
Gene transfer agent promotes evolvability within the fittest subpopulation of a bacterial pathogen
M Québatte, M Christen, A Harms, J Körner, B Christen, C Dehio
Cell systems 4 (6), 611-621. e6, 2017
Dual input control: activation of the Bartonella henselae VirB/D4 type IV secretion system by the stringent sigma factor RpoH1 and the BatR/BatS two‐component system
M Québatte, MS Dick, V Kaever, A Schmidt, C Dehio
Molecular microbiology 90 (4), 756-775, 2013
The Bartonella henselae VirB/Bep system interferes with vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) signalling in human vascular endothelial cells
F Scheidegger, M Quebatte, C Mistl, C Dehio
Cellular microbiology 13 (3), 419-431, 2011
Systems-level interference strategies to decipher host factors involved in bacterial pathogen interaction: from RNAi to CRISPRi
M Québatte, C Dehio
Current Opinion in Microbiology 39, 34-41, 2017
Bartonella gene transfer agent: Evolution, function, and proposed role in host adaptation
M Québatte, C Dehio
Cellular microbiology 21 (11), e13068, 2019
A Role for the VPS Retromer in Brucella Intracellular Replication Revealed by Genomewide siRNA Screening
A Casanova, SH Low, M Québatte, J Sedzicki, T Tschon, M Ketterer, ...
MSphere 4 (3), e00380-19, 2019
A role for the VPS retromer in Brucella intracellular replication revealed by genomewide siRNA screening. mSphere 4: e00380-19
A Casanova, SH Low, M Québatte, J Sedzicki, T Tschon, M Ketterer, ...
Uncovering the transcriptional control of" Bartonella henselae" host adaptation factors
M Québatte
University_of_Basel, 2014
Directed shotgun proteomics guided by saturated RNA-seq
U Omasits, M Quebatte, DJ Stekhoven
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