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Team publications up to 2018

Published on 30 January 2020

Team publications from 2019 onwards


Carriel D, Simon Garcia P, Castelli F, Lamourette P, Fenaille F, Brochier-Armanet C, Elsen S and Gutsche I
A novel subfamily of bacterial AAT-fold basic amino acid decarboxylases and functional characterization of its first representative: Pseudomonas aeruginosa LdcA.
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2018, 10(11): 3058-75

Berry A, Han K, Trouillon J, Robert-Genthon M, Ragno M, Lory S, Attrée I and Elsen S
cAMP and Vfr control Exolysin expression and cytotoxicity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa taxonomic outliers.
Journal of Bacteriology, 2018, 200(12): e00135-18

Dortet L, Lombardi C, Cretin F, Dessen A and Filloux A
Pore-forming activity of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa type III secretion system translocon alters the host epigenome.
Nature Microbiology, 2018, 3(3): 378-386

Golovkine G, Reboud E and Huber P
Pseudomonas aeruginosa takes a multi-target approach to achieve junction breach.
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 2018, 7: Article number 532

Bouillot S, Reboud E and Huber P
Functional consequences of calcium influx promoted by bacterial pore-forming Toxins.
Toxins, 2018, 10(10): Article number 387

Wallez Y, Bouillot S, Soleilhac E, Huber P, Attrée I and Faudry E
CLIQ-BID: A method to quantify bacteria-induced damage to eukaryotic cells by automated live-imaging of bright nuclei.
Scientific Reports, 2018, 8(1): Article number 5

Zouhir S, Robert-Genthon M, Trindade DM, Job V, Nedeljkovic M, Breyton C, Ebel C, Attrée I and Dessen A
Assembly of an atypical
α-macroglobulin complex from Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Scientific Reports, 2018, 8(1): Article number 527


Basso P, Ragno M, Elsen S, Reboud E, Golovkine G, Bouillot S, Huber P, Lory S, Faudry E and Attrée I

Pseudomonas aeruginosa pore-forming exolysin and type IV pili cooperate to induce host cell lysis.
mBio, 2017, 8(1)

Basso P, Wallet P, Elsen S, Soleilhac E, Henry T, Faudry E and Attrée I

Multiple Pseudomonas species secrete exolysin-like toxins and provoke Caspase-1-dependent macrophage death.
Environmental Microbiology, 2017, 19(10): 4045-4064

Bouillot S, Munro P, Gallet B, Reboud E, Cretin F, Golovkine G, Schoehn G, Attree I, Lemichez E and Huber P
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Exolysin promotes bacterial growth in lungs, alveolar damage and bacterial dissemination.
Scientific Reports, 2017, 7: Article Number 2120

Casabona MG, Robert-Genthon M, Grunwald D and Attrée I
Defining lipoprotein localisation by fluorescence microscopy. In: Methods in Molecular Biology, Bacterial protein secretion systems, Edited by E. Cascales, 2017, 1615: 65-74

Coquand-Gandit M, Jacob MP, Fhayli W, Romero Ruiz de la Hermosa B, Georgieva M, Bouillot S, Esteve E, Andrieu JP, Brasseur S, Bouyon S, Garcia-Honduvilla N, Huber P, Bujan J, Atanasova M and Faury G
Chronic treatment with minoxidil induces elastic fiber neosynthesis and functional improvement in the aorta of aged mice.
Rejuvenation Research, 2017, 20(3): 218-230

Grandjean T, Boucher A, Thepaut M, Monlezun L, Guery B, Faudry E, Kipnis E and Dessein R
The human NAIP-NLRC4-inflammasome senses the Pseudomonas aeruginosa T3SS inner-rod protein.
International Immunology, 2017, 29(8): 377-384

Reboud E, Basso P, Maillard A, Huber P and Attrée I
Exolysin shapes the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clonal outliers.
Toxins, 2017, 9(11): Article number 364

Reboud E, Bouillot S, Patot S, Beganton B, Attrée I and Huber P
Pseudomonas aeruginosa ExlA and Serratia marcescens ShlA trigger cadherin cleavage by promoting calcium influx and ADAM10 activation.
PLoS Pathogens, 2017, 13(8): e1006579

Wallet P, Benaoudia S, Mosnier A, Lagrange B, Martin A, Lindgren H, Golovliov I, Michal F, Basso P, Djebali S, Provost A, Allatif O, Meunier E, Broz P, Yamamoto M, Py BF, Faudry E, Sjöstedt A and Henry T
IFN-γ extends the immune functions of Guanylate Binding Proteins to inflammasome-independent antibacterial activities during Francisella novicida infection.
PLoS Pathogens, 2017, 13(10): e1006630


Golovkine G, Faudry E, Bouillot S, Elsen S, Attrée I and Huber P

Pseudomonas aeruginosa transmigrates at epithelial cell-cell junctions, exploiting sites of cell division and senescent cell extrusion.
PLoS Pathogens, 2016, 12(1): e1005377

Golovkine G, Lemelle L, Burny C, Vaillant C, Palierne JF, Place C and Huber P
Host cell surfaces induce a Type IV pili-dependent alteration of bacterial swimming.
Scientific Reports, 2016, 6: Article number 38950

Huber P, Basso P, Reboud E and Attrée I
Pseudomonas aeruginosa renews its virulence factors.
Environmental Microbioogy Reports, 2016, 8(5): 564–571

Kandiah E, Carriel D, Perard J, Malet H, Bacia M, Liu K, Chan SW, Houry WA, Ollagnier de Choudens S, Elsen S and Gutsche I
Structural insights into the Escherichia coli lysine decarboxylases and molecular determinants of interaction with the AAA+ ATPase RavA
Scientific Reports, 2016, 6: Article number 24601

da Mata Madeira PV, Zouhir S, Basso P, Neves D, Laubier A, Salacha R, Bleves S, Faudry E, Contreras-Martel C and Dessen A
Structural basis of lipid targeting and destruction by the type V secretion system of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Molecular Biology, 2016, 428(9 Pt A): 1790-1803

Reboud E, Elsen S, Bouillot S, Golovkine G, Basso P, Jeannot K, Attrée I and Huber P
Phenotype and toxicity of the recently discovered exlA-positive Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains collected worldwide.
Environmental Microbiology, 2016, 18(10): 3425-3439


Bouillot S, Attrée I and Huber P

Pharmacological activation of Rap1 antagonizes the endothelial barrier disruption induced by exotoxins S and T of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Infection and Immunity, 2015, 83(5): 1820-1829

Casabona MG, Elsen S, Cogoni V and Attrée I
Pseudomonas aeruginosa type VI secretion machinery: Another deadly syringe In Pseudomonas. Volume 7: New Aspects of Pseudomonas Biology, edited by Ramos, Goldberg and Filloux, Springer, 2015, pp 75-97

Forsman H, Winther M, Gabl M, Skovbakke SL, Boulay F, Rabiet MJ and Dahlgren C
Structural changes of the ligand and of the receptor alters the receptor preference for neutrophil activating peptides starting with a formylmethionyl group.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research, 2015, 1853(1): 192-200

Lombardi C, Job V, Attrée I and Dessert
Blocking the virulence.
Biofutur, 2015, (363): 47-48

Monlezun L, Liebl D, Fenel D, Grandjean T, Berry A, Schoehn G, Dessein R, Faudry E and Attrée I
PscI is a type III secretion needle anchoring protein with in vitro polymerization capacities.
Molecular Microbiology, 2015, 96(2): 419-436

Perdu C, Huber P, Bouillot S, Blocker A, Elsen S, Attrée I and Faudry E
ExsB is required for correct assembly of Pseudomonas aeruginosa type III secretion apparatus in the bacterial membrane and full virulence in vivo.
Infection and Immunity, 2015, 83(5): 1789-1798


Discola KF, Forster A, Boulay F, Simorre JP, Attrée I, Dessen A and Job V
Membrane and chaperone recognition by the major translocator protein PopB of the Type III secretion system of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2014, 289(6): 3591-3601

Elsen S, Huber P, Bouillot S, Couté Y, Fournier P, Dubois Y, Timsit JF, Maurin M and Attrée I
A Type III Secretion negative clinical strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa employs a two-partner secreted Exolysin to induce hemorrhagic pneumonia.
Cell Host & Microbe, 2014, 15(2): 164-176

Golovkine G, Faudry E, Bouillot S, Voulhoux R, Attrée I and Huber P
VE-Cadherin cleavage by LasB protease from Pseudomonas aeruginosa facilitates Type III secretion system toxicity in endothelial cells.
PLoS Pathogens, 2014, 10(3): e1003939

Huber P, Bouillot S, Elsen S and Attrée I
Sequential inactivation of Rho GTPases and Lim kinase by Pseudomonas aeruginosa toxins ExoS and ExoT leads to endothelial monolayer breakdown.
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 2014, 71(10): 1927-1941

Lucchetti-Miganeh C, Redelberger D, Chambonnier G, Rechenmann F, Elsen S, Bordi C, Jeannot K, Attrée I, Plésiat P and de Bentzmann S
Pseudomonas aeruginosa genome evolution in patients and under the hospital environment.
Pathogens, 2014, 3(2): 309-340

Ménage S and Attrée I
Metabolism: Pathogens love the poison.
Nature Chemical Biology, 2014, 10(5): 326-327

Sall KM, Casabona MG, Bordi C, Huber P, de Bentzmann S, Attrée I and Elsen S
A gacS deletion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa cystic fibrosis isolate CHA shapes its virulence.
PLoS One, 2014, 9(4): e95936

Sidibe A, Polena H, Pernet-Gallay K, Razanajatovo J, Mannic T, Chaumontel N, Bama S, Marechal I, Huber P, Gulino-Debrac D, Bouillet L and Vilgrain IY
VE-cadherin Y685F knock-in mouse is sensitive to vascular permeability in recurrent angiogenic organs.
American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2014, 307(3): H455-H463

Sidibe A, Polena H, Razanajatovo J, Mannic T, Chaumontel N, Bama S, Marechal I, Huber P, Gulino-Debrac D, Bouillet L and Vilgrain IY
Dynamic phosphorylation of VE-cadherin Y685 throughout mouse estrous cycle in ovary and uterus.
American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2014, 307(3): H448-H454

Winther M, Gabl M, Oprea TI, Jonsson B, Boulay F, Bylund J, Dahlgren C and Forsman H
Antibacterial activity of pepducins, allosterical modulators of formyl Peptide receptor signaling.
Antimicrob Agents Chemother, 2014, 58(5): 2985-2988


Bezuidt OK, Klockgether J, Elsen S, Attrée I, Davenport CF and Tümmler B
Intraclonal genome diversity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clones CHA and TB.
BMC Genomics, 2013, 14: 416-431

Brault J, Goutagny E, Saric T, Krause K-H, Stasia M-J, Shao K, Gupta M, Grunwald D, Brion J and Plantaz D
Optimization of X-linked chronic granulomatous disease modelization by using patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells.
Experimental Hematology, 2013, 41(8, Supplement): S28

Casabona MG, Silverman JM, Sall KM, Boyer F, Coute Y, Poirel J, Grunwald D, Mougous JD, Elsen S and Attrée I
An ABC transporter and an outer membrane lipoprotein participate in posttranslational activation of type VI secretion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Environmental Microbiology, 2013, 15(2): 471-486

Casabona MG, Vandenbrouck Y, Attrée I and Coute Y
Proteomic characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 inner membrane.
Proteomics, 2013, 13(16): 2419-2423

Elsen S, Collin-Faure V, Gidrol X and Lemercier C
The opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa activates the DNA double-strand break signaling and repair pathway in infected cells.
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 2013, 70: 4385-4397

Faudry E, Perdu C and Attrée I
Pore formation by T3SS translocators: Liposome leakage assay.
Methods in Molecular Biology, 2013, 966: 173-185

Forsman H, Bylund J, Oprea TI, Karlsson A, Boulay F, Rabiet MJ and Dahlgren C
The leukocyte chemotactic receptor FPR2, but not the closely related FPR1, is sensitive to cell-penetrating pepducins with amino acid sequences descending from the third intracellular receptor loop.
Biochimica and Biophysica Acta - Molecular Cell Research, 2013, 1833(8): 1914-1923

Le Gouëllec A, Chauchet X, Laurin D, Aspord C, Verove J, Wang Y, Genestet C, Trocme C, Ahmadi M, Martin S, Broisat A, Cretin F, Ghezzi C, Polack B, Plumas J and Toussaint B
A safe bacterial microsyringe for in vivo antigen delivery and immunotherapy.
Molecular Therapy, 2013, 21(5): 1076-1086

Lemercier C and Elsen S
Pseudomonas aeruginosa prise en flagrant délit de casse ! .
Médecine Sciences, 2013, 11: 949-950

Robert-Genthon M, Casabona MG, Neves D, Couté Y, Cicéron F, Elsen S, Dessen A and Attrée I
Unique features of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa α2-macroglobulin homolog.
MBio, 2013, 4(4): e00309-13

Wager B, Faudry E, Wills T, Attrée I and Delcour AH
Current fluctuation analysis of the PopB and PopD translocon components of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa Type III Secretion System.
Biophysical Journal, 2013, 104 (7): 1445–1455


Chervin-Petinot A, Courcon M, Almagro S, Nicolas A, Grichine A, Grunwald D, Prandini MH, Huber P and Gulino-Debrac D
Eplin interacts with α-catenin and actin filaments in endothelial cells and in vitro stabilizes the vascular capillary network.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2012, 287(10): 7556-7572

de Bentzmann S, Giraud C, Bernard CS, Calderon V, Ewald F, Plesiat P, Nguyen C, Grunwald D, Attrée I, Jeannot K, Fauvarque MO and Bordi C
Unique biofilm signature, drug susceptibility and decreased virulence in Drosophila through the Pseudomonas aeruginosa two-component system PprAB.
PLoS Pathogens, 2012, 8(11): e1003052

Forsman H, Andréasson E, Karlsson J, Boulay F, Rabiet MJ and Dahlgren C
Structural characterization and inhibitory profile of formyl peptide receptor 2 selective peptides descending from a PIP2-binding domain of gelsolin.
Journal of Immunology, 2012, 189(2): 629-637

Gendrin C, Contreras-Martel C, Bouillot S, Elsen S, Lemaire D, Skoufias DA, Huber P, Attrée I and Dessen A
Structural basis of cytotoxicity mediated by the Type III Secretion Toxin ExoU from Pseudomonas aeruginosa
PLoS Pathogens, 2012, 8(4): e1002637

Motta FN, Bastos IM, Faudry E, Ebel C, Lima MM, Neves D, Ragno M, Barbosa JA, de Freitas SM and Santana JM
The Trypanosoma cruzi virulence factor oligopeptidase B (OPBTc) assembles into an active and stable dimer.
PLoS One, 2012, 7(1): e30431

Philibert C, Bouillot S, Huber P and Faury G
Protocadherin-12 deficiency leads to modifications in the structure and function of arteries in mice.
Pathologie Biologie, 2012, 60(1): 34–40

Vérove J, Bernarde C, Bohn YS, Boulay F, Rabiet MJ, Attrée I and Cretin F
Injection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Exo toxins into host cells can be modulated by host factors at the level of translocon assembly and/or activity.
PLoS One, 2012, 7(1): e30488


Bouillet L, Mannic T, Arboleas M, Subileau M, Massot C, Drouet C, Huber P and Vilgrain I
Hereditary angioedema: Key role for kallikrein and bradykinin in vascular endothelial-cadherin cleavage and edema formation.
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 2011, 128(1): 232-234

Bouillot S, Tillet E, Carmona G, Prandini MH, Gauchez AS, Hoffmann P, Alfaidy N, Cand F and Huber P
Protocadherin-12 cleavage is a regulated process mediated by ADAM10 protein: EVIDENCE OF SHEDDING UP-REGULATION IN PRE-ECLAMPSIA.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2011, 286(17): 15195-15204

Cadavid-Restrepo G, Gastardelo TS, Faudry E, de Almeida H, Bastos IM, Negreiros RS, Lima MM, Assumpcao TC, Almeida KC, Ragno M, Ebel C, Ribeiro BM, Felix CR and Santana JM
The major leucyl aminopeptidase of Trypanosoma cruzi (LAPTc) assembles into a homohexamer and belongs to the M17 family of metallopeptidases.
BMC Biochemistry, 2011, 12: 46

Elsen S, Ragno M and Attrée I
PtrA Is a periplasmic protein involved in Cu tolerance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Bacteriology, 2011, 193(13): 3376-3378

Faury G, Molinari J, Rusova E, Mariko B, Raveaud S, Huber P, Velebny V, Robert AM and Robert L
Receptors and aging: Structural selectivity of the rhamnose-receptor on fibroblasts as shown by Ca2+-mobilization and gene-expression profiles.
Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 2011, 53(1): 106-112

Izoré T, Perdu C, Job V, Attrée I, Faudry E and Dessen A
Structural characterization and membrane localization of ExsB from the Type III Secretion System (T3SS) of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Molecular Biology, 2011, 413(1): 236-246

Mariko B, Pezet M, Escoubet B, Bouillot S, Andrieu JP, Starcher B, Quaglino D, Jacob MP, Huber P, Ramirez F and Faury G
Fibrillin-1 genetic deficiency leads to pathological aging of arteries in mice.
Journal of Pathology, 2011, 224(1): 33-44

Matteï PJ, Faudry E, Job V, Izoré T, Attrée I and Dessen A
Membrane targeting and pore formation by the type III secretion system translocon.
FEBS Journal, 2011, 278(3): 414-426

Rabiet MJ, Macari L, Dahlgren C and Boulay F
N-formyl peptide receptor 3 (FPR3) departs from the homologous FPR2/ALX receptor with regard to the major processes governing chemoattractant receptor regulation, expression at the cell surface, and phosphorylation.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2011, 286(30): 26718-26731


Almagro S, Durmort C, Chervin-Pétinot A, Heyraud S, Dubois M, Lambert O, Maillefaud C, Hewat E, Schaal JP, Huber P and Gulino-Debrac D
The motor protein Myosin-X transports VE-cadherin along filopodia to allow the formation of early endothelial cell-cell contacts.
Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2010, 30(7): 1703-1717

Elsen S, Efthymiou G, Peteinatos P, Diallinas G, Kyritsis P and Moulis JM
A bacteria-specific 2[4Fe-4S] ferredoxin is essential in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
BMC Microbiology, 2010, 10: 271

Gentil-Dit-Maurin A, Oun S, Almagro S, Bouillot S, Courcon M, Linnepe R, Vestweber D, Huber P and Tillet E
Unraveling the distinct distributions of VE- and N-cadherins in endothelial cells: A key role for p120-catenin.
Experimental Cell Research, 2010, 316(16): 2587-2599

Job V, Mattei PJ, Lemaire D, Attrée I and Dessen A
Structural basis of chaperone recognition of type III secretion system minor translocator proteins.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2010, 285(30): 23224-23232

Kirpotina LN, Khlebnikov AI, Schepetkin IA, Ye RD, Rabiet MJ, Jutila MA and Quinn MT
Identification of novel small-molecule agonists for human formyl peptide receptors and pharmacophore models of their recognition.
Molecular Pharmacology, 2010, 77(2): 159-170

Kretschmer D, Gleske A-K, Rautenberg M, Wang R, Köberle M, Bohn E, Schöneberg T, Rabiet M-J, Boulay F, Klebanoff SJ, van Kessel KA, van Strijp JA, Otto M and Peschel A
Human formyl peptide receptor 2 senses highly pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus.
Cell Host & Microbe, 2010, 7(6): 463-473

Mader D, Rabiet M-J, Boulay F and Peschel A
Formyl peptide receptor-mediated proinflammatory consequences of peptide deformylase inhibition in Staphylococcus aureus.
Microbes and Infection, 2010, 12(5): 415-419

Movitz C, Brive L, Hellstrand K, Rabiet MJ and Dahlgren C
The annexin I sequence Gln9-Ala10-Trp11-Phe12 is a core structure for interaction with the formyl peptide receptor 1.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2010, 285(19): 14338-14345

Ple S, Job V, Dessen A and Attrée I
Co-chaperone interactions in export of the type III needle component PscF of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Bacteriology, 2010, 192(14): 3801-3808


Boyer F, Fichant G, Berthod J, Vandenbrouck Y and Attrée I
Dissecting the bacterial type VI secretion system by a genome wide in silico analysis: What can be learnt from available microbial genomic resources?
BMC Genomics, 2009, 10(1):104

Cilibrizzi A, Quinn MT, Kirpotina LN, Schepetkin IA, Holderness J, Ye RD, Rabiet MJ, Biancalani C, Cesari N, Graziano A, Vergelli C, Pieretti S, Dal Piaz V and Giovannoni MP
6-Methyl-2,4-Disubstituted Pyridazin-3(2H)-ones: A novel class of small-molecule agonists for formyl peptide receptors.
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2009, 52(16): 5044-5057

de Jesus Rodriguez BD, Chevaleyre C, Henry G, Molle D, Virlogeux-Payant I, Berri M, Boulay F, Leonil J, Meurens F and Salmon H
Identification in milk of a serum amyloid A peptide chemoattractant for B lymphoblasts.
BMC Immunology, 2009, 10: 4

Karlsson J, Stenfeldt AL, Rabiet MJ, Bylund J, Forsman HF and Dahlgren C
The FPR2-specific ligand MMK-1 activates the neutrophil NADPH-oxidase, but triggers no unique pathway for opening of plasma membrane calcium channels.
Cell Calcium, 2009, 45(5): 431-438

Thibault J, Faudry E, Ebel C, Attrée I and Elsen S
Anti-activator ExsD forms a 1:1 complex with ExsA to inhibit transcription of type III secretion operons.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2009, 284(23): 15762-15770

Vettoretti L, Plesiat P, Muller C, El'garch F, Phan G, Attrée I, Ducruy A and Llanes C
Efflux unbalance in cystic fibrosis isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Antimicrobial Agents Chemotheraphy, 2009, 53(5): 1987-1997

Ye RD, Boulay F, Wang JM, Dahlgren C, Gerard C, Parmentier M, Serhan CN and Murphy PM
International union of basic and clinical pharmacology. LXXIII. nomenclature for the formyl peptide receptor (FPR) family.
Pharmacological Reviews, 2009, 61(2): 119-161


Alibaud L, Kohler T, Coudray A, Prigent-Combaret C, Bergeret E, Perrin J, Benghezal M, Reimmann C, Gauthier Y, van Delden C, Attrée I, Fauvarque MO and Cosson P
Pseudomonas aeruginosa virulence genes identified in a Dictyostelium host model.
Cellular Microbiology, 2008, 10(3): 729-740

Bjorkman L, Karlsson J, Karlsson A, Rabiet MJ, Boulay F, Fu H, Bylund J and Dahlgren C
Serum amyloid A mediates human neutrophil production of reactive oxygen species through a receptor independent of formyl peptide receptor like-1.
Journal of Leukocyte Biology, 2008, 83(2): 245-253

Gebus C, Faudry E, Bohn YS, Elsen S and Attrée I
Oligomerization of PcrV and LcrV, protective antigens of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Yersinia pestis.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2008, 283(35): 23940-23949

Heyraud S, Jaquinod M, Durmort C, Concord E, Schaal JP, Huber P and Gulino-Debrac D
Contribution of annexin II to the architecture of mature endothelial adherens junctions.
Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2008, 28(5): 1657-1668

Jeannot K, Elsen S, Köhler T, Attrée I, van Delden C, and Plésiat P
Resistance and virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical strains overproducing the MexCD-OprJ efflux pump.
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 2008, 52(7): 2455-2462

Onnheim K, Bylund J, Boulay F, Dahlgren C and Forsman H
Tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-α primes murine neutrophils when triggered via formyl peptide receptor-related sequence 2, the murine orthologue of human formyl peptide receptor-like 1, through a process involving the type I TNF receptor and subcellular granule mobilization.
Immunology, 2008, 125(4): 591-600

Rabiet MJ, Huet E and Boulay F
Complement component 5A receptor (C5AR) oligomerization and homologous receptor down-regulation.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2008, 283(45): 31038-31046

Rampon C, Bouillot S, Climescu-Haulica A, Prandini MH, Cand F, Vandenbrouck Y and Huber P
Protocadherin 12 deficiency alters the morphogenesis and the transcriptional profile of the placenta.
Physiological Genomics, 2008, 34(2): 193-204

Wallez Y and Huber P
Endothelial adherens and tight junctions in vascular homeostasis, inflammation and angiogenesis.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes, 2008, 1778(3): 794-809


Bellner L, Karlsson J, Fu H, Boulay F, Dahlgren C, Eriksson K and Karlsson A
A monocyte-specific peptide from herpes simplex virus type 2 glycoprotein G activates the NADPH-oxidase but not chemotaxis through a G-protein-coupled receptor distinct from the members of the formyl peptide receptor family.
Journal of Immunology, 2007, 179(9): 6080-6087

Deleuze V, Chalhoub E, El-Hajj R, Dohet C, Le Clech M, Couraud PO, Huber P and Mathieu D
TAL-1/SCL and its partners E47 and LMO2 up-regulate VE-cadherin expression in endothelial cells.
Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2007, 27(7): 2687-2697

Faudry E, Job V, Dessen A, Attrée I and Forge V
Type III secretion system translocator has a molten globule conformation both in its free and chaperone-bound forms.
FEBS Journal, 2007, 274(14): 3601-3610

Huet E, Boulay F, Barral S and Rabiet MJ
The role of beta-arrestins in the formyl peptide receptor-like 1 internalization and signaling.
Cellular Signalling, 2007, 19(9): 1939-1948

Quinaud M, Ple S, Job V, Contreras-Martel C, Simorre JP, Attrée I and Dessen A
Structure of the heterotrimeric complex that regulates type III secretion needle formation.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2007, 104(19): 7803-7808

Rabiet MJ, Huet E and Boulay F
The N-formyl peptide receptors and the anaphylatoxin C5a receptors: An overview.
Biochimie, 2007, 89(9): 1089-1106

Svensson L, Redvall E, Bjorn C, Karlsson J, Bergin AM, Rabiet MJ, Dahlgren C and Wenneras C
House dust mite allergen activates human eosinophils via formyl peptide receptor and formyl peptide receptor-like 1.
European Journal of Immunology, 2007, 37(7): 1966-1977

Wallez Y, Cand F, Wernstedt C, Cruzalegui F, Souchelnytskyi S, Vilgrain I and Huber P
Src kinase phosphorylates vascular endothelial-cadherin in response to vascular endothelial growth factor: Identification of tyrosine 685 as the unique target site.
Oncogene, 2007, 26(7): 1067-107


Faudry E, Vernier G, Neumann E, Forge V and Attrée I
Synergistic pore formation by type III toxin translocators of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Biochemistry, 2006, 45(26): 8117-8123


Boulay F and Rabiet MJ
The chemoattractant receptors FPR and C5aR: Same functions-different fates.
Traffic, 2005, 6(2): 83-86

Goure J, Broz P, Attrée O, Cornelis GR and Attrée I
Protective anti-V antibodies inhibit Pseudomonas and Yersinia translocon assembly within host membranes.
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2005, 192: 218-225

Pastor A, Chabert J, Louwagie M, Garin J and Attrée I
PscF is a major component of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa type III secretion needle.
FEMS Microbiology Letters, 2005, 253: 95-101

Quinaud M, Chabert J, Faudry E, Neumann E, Lemaire D, Pastor A, Elsen S, Dessen A and Attrée I
The PscE-PscF-PscG complex controls type III secretion needle biogenesis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2005, 280: 36293-36300

Rabiet MJ, Huet E and Boulay F
Human mitochondria-derived N-formylated peptides are novel agonists equally active on FPR and FPRL1, while Listeria monocytogenes-derived peptides preferentially activate FPR.
European Journal of Immunology, 2005, 35(8): 2486-2495


Goure J, Pastor A, Faudry E, Chabert J, Dessen A and Attrée I
The V antigen of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is required for assembly of the functional PopB/D translocation pore in host cell membranes.
Infection and Immunity, 2004, 72: 4741-4750

von Götz F, Häussler S, Jordan D, Saravanamuthu S, Wehmhöner D, Strüßmann A, Lauber J, Attrée I, Buer J and Tümmler B
Expression analysis of a highly adherent and cytotoxic small colony variant of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from a cystic fibrosis lung.
Journal of Bacteriology, 2004, 186: 3837-3847


Berthelot P, Attrée I, Plésiat P, Chabert J, de Bentzmann S, Pozzetto B, Grattard F and GESPA (Groupe d'Etudes des Septicémies à Pseudomonas aerugina)
Genotypic and phenotypic analysis of type III secretion system in a cohort of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteremia isolates: Evidence for a possible association between O-serotypes and exo genes.
Journal of Infectious Disesases, 2003, 188: 512-518

Nanao M, Ricard-Blum S, Di Guilmi AM, LeMaire D, Lascoux D, Chabert J, Attrée I and Dessen A
Type III secretion proteins PcrV and PcrG from Pseudomonas aeruginosa form a 1:1 complex through high affinity interactions.
BMC Microbiology, 2003, 3: 21

Schoehn G, Di Guilmi AM, Lemaire D, Attrée I, Weissenhorn W and Dessen A
Oligomerization of type III secretion proteins PopB and PopD precedes pore formation in Pseudomonas.
EMBO Journal, 2003, 22: 4957-496

Tardif M, Brouchon L, Rabiet MJ and Boulay F
Direct binding of a fragment of the Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome protein to the C-terminal end of the anaphylatoxin C5a receptor.
Biochemical Journal, 2003, 372: 453-463