< 1999 Publications

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  • c. g. pfeifer, s. l. marcus, o. steele-mortimer, l. a. knodler and b. b. finlay. (1999) salmonella typhimurium virulence genes are induced upon bacterial invasion into phagocytic and non-phagocytic cells. infection and immunity 67: 5690-5698.      [abstract]
  • m. de grado, a. abe, a. gauthier, o. steele-mortimer and b. b. finlay. (1999) Identification of the intimin binding domain of tir of enteropathogenic e. coli (epec). cellular microbiology 1:7-17.    [abstract]
  • a. abe, m. de grado, r. a. pfuetzner, c. sanchez-san martin, r. devinney, j. l. puente, n. c. j. strynadka and b. b. finlay. (1999)Enteropathogenic e. coli translocated intimin receptor, tir, requires a specific chaperone for stable secretion.molecular microbiology
    33: 1162-1175.    [abstract]
  • r. devinney, d. g. knoechel and b. b. finlay. (1999)Enteropathogenic escherichia coli:  cellular harassment.current opinion in microbiology 2: 83-88.  [abstract]
  • s. meresse, o. steele-mortimer, b. b. finlay, and j. p. gorvel. (1999) The rab7 gtpase controls the maturation ofsalmonella typhimurium-containing vacuoles in hela cells.embo journal 18:4394-403.
  • o. steele-mortimer, s. meresse, j-p. gorvel, b-h. toh and b. b. finlay. (1999) Biogenesis of salmonella typhimurium-containing vacuoles in epithelial cells involves interactions with the early endocytic pathway. cellular microbiology 1: 33-49.      [abstract]
  • j. h. brumell, o. steele-mortimer and b. b. finlay. (1999) Bacterial invasion:  force feeding bysalmonella. current biology 9: 277-280.   [abstract]
  • b. b. finlay. (1999) Bacterial disease in diverse hosts. cell 96: 315-318.  [abstract]
  • r. devinney, a. gauthier, a. abe and b. b. finlay. (1999) Enteropathogenic escherichia coli:  a pathogen that inserts its own receptor into host cells. cellular and molecular life sciences 55: 961-976.   [abstract]
  • d. l. goosney, j. celli, b. kenny and b. b. finlay. (1999) Enteropathogenic escherichia coli (epec) inhibits phagocytosis. infection and immunity 67: 490-495. [abstract]
  • a. abe, u. heczko, r. g. hegele and b. b. finlay. (1999) Two enteropathogenic escherichia coli type iii secreted proteins, espa and espb, are virulence factors. journal of experimental medicine 188: 1907-1916.    [abstract]
  • d. l. goosney, m. de grado and b. b. finlay. (1999) Putting e. coli on a pedestal: a unique system to study signal transduction and the actin cytoskeleton. trends in cell biology 9: 11-14.      [abstract]
  • d. l. goosney, d. g. knoechel and b. b. finlay. (1999) Enteropathogenic e. colisalmonella, andshigella:  masters of host cell cytoskeleton exploitation. emerging infectious diseases 5: 216-223.     [abstract]
  • a. gauthier and b. b. finlay. (1998) Protein translocation:  delivering virulence into the host cell. current biology 8: r768-r770.    [abstract]
  • e. a. frey and b. b. finlay. (1998) Lipopolysaccharide induces apoptosis in a bovine endothelial cell line via a soluble cd14 dependent pathway. microbial pathogenesis 24: 101-9.     [abstract]
  • s. d. mills, s. r. ruschkowski, m. a. stein and b. b. finlay. (1998)Trafficking of porin-deficient salmonella typhimuriummutants inside hela cells: ompr and envz mutants are defective for the formation of salmonella-induced filaments.infection & immunity 66: 1806-11.    [abstract]
  • b. b. finlay and p. cossart. (1997) Exploitation of mammalian host cell functions by bacterial pathogens. science 276: 718-25.     [abstract]
  • s. d. mills, a. boland, m. p. sory, p. van der smissen, c. kerbourch, b. b. finlay and g. r. cornelis. (1997) yersinia enterocolitica induces apoptosis in macrophages by a process requiring functional type iii secretion and translocation mechanisms and involving yopp, presumably acting as an effector protein. proceedings of the national academy of sciences of the united states of america 94: 12638-43.      [abstract]
  • b. kenny, r. devinney, m. stein, d. j. reinscheid, e. a. frey and b. b. finlay. (1997) Enteropathogenic e. coli (epec) transfers its receptor for intimate adherence into mammalian cells. cell 91: 511-20.   [abstract]
  • a. abe, b. kenny, m. stein and b. b. finlay. (1997)Characterization of two virulence proteins secreted by rabbit enteropathogenic escherichia coli, espa and espb, whose maximal expression is sensitive to host body temperature. infection & immunity 65: 3547-55.      [abstract]
  • m. a. stein, k. y. leung, m. zwick, f. garcia-del portillo and b. b. finlay. (1996) Identification of a salmonella virulence gene required for formation of filamentous structures containing lysosomal membrane glycoproteins within epithelial cells.molecular microbiology 20: 151-64.  [abstract]
  • b. kenny, l. c. lai, b. b. finlay and m. s. donnenberg. (1996)espa, a protein secreted by enteropathogenic escherichia coli, is required to induce signals in epithelial cells.molecular microbiology 20: 313-23.  [abstract]
  • a. siebers and b. b. finlay. (1996) M cells and the pathogenesis of mucosal and systemic infections. trends in microbiology 4: 22-9.     [abstract]
  • i. rosenshine, s. ruschkowski, m. stein, d. j. reinscheid, s. d. mills and b. b. finlay. (1996) A pathogenic bacterium triggers epithelial signals to form a functional bacterial receptor that mediates actin pseudopod formation. embo journal 15: 2613-24.      [abstract]
  • m. a. stein, k. y. leung, m. zwick, f. garcia-del portillo and b. b. finlay. (1996) Identification of a salmonella virulence gene required for formation of filamentous structures containing lysosomal membrane glycoproteins within epithelial cells.molecular microbiology 20: 151-64.  [abstract]
  • b. kenny, l. c. lai, b. b. finlay and m. s. donnenberg. (1996)espa, a protein secreted by enteropathogenic escherichia coli, is required to induce signals in epithelial cells.molecular microbiology 20: 313-23.  [abstract]
  • a. siebers and b. b. finlay. (1996) M cells and the pathogenesis of mucosal and systemic infections. trends in microbiology 4: 22-9.     [abstract]
  • i. rosenshine, s. ruschkowski, m. stein, d. j. reinscheid, s. d. mills and b. b. finlay. (1996) A pathogenic bacterium triggers epithelial signals to form a functional bacterial receptor that mediates actin pseudopod formation. embo journal 15: 2613-24.      [abstract]
  • p. tang, i. rosenshine and b. b. finlay. (1994) Listeria monocytogenes, an invasive bacterium, stimulates map kinase upon attachment to epithelial cells. molecular biology of the cell 5: 455-64.    [abstract]
  • b. b. finlay. (1994) Molecular and cellular mechanisms ofsalmonella pathogenesis. current topics in microbiology & immunology 192: 163-85. [abstract]
  • m. a. stein, s. d. mills and b. b. finlay. (1994) salmonella: now you see it, now you don’t. bioessays 16: 537-8.     [abstract]
  • v. foubister, i. rosenshine, m. s. donnenberg and b. b. finlay. (1994) The eaeb gene of enteropathogenic escherichia coliis necessary for signal transduction in epithelial cells.infection & immunity 62: 3038-40. [abstract]
  • v. foubister, i. rosenshine and b. b. finlay. (1994) A diarrheal pathogen, enteropathogenic escherichia coli (epec), triggers a flux of inositol phosphates in infected epithelial cells. journal of experimental medicine 179: 993-8.     [abstract]