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Ex vivo reversal of in vivo transdifferentiation in mesothelial cells grown from peritoneal dialysate effluents
R Vargha, M Endemann, K Kratochwill, A Riesenhuber, N Wick, ...
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 21 (10), 2943-2947
552006
Allosteric β‐propeller signalling in TolB and its manipulation by translocating colicins
DA Bonsor, O Hecht, M Vankemmelbeke, A Sharma, AM Krachler, ...
The EMBO journal 28 (18), 2846-2857
402009
Self‐association of TPR domains: Lessons learned from a designed, consensus‐based TPR oligomer
AM Krachler, A Sharma, C Kleanthous
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 78 (9), 2131-2143
282010
Manipulation of kinase signaling by bacterial pathogens
AM Krachler, AR Woolery, K Orth
The Journal of cell biology 195 (7), 1083-1092
272011
Outer membrane adhesion factor multivalent adhesion molecule 7 initiates host cell binding during infection by gram-negative pathogens
AM Krachler, H Ham, K Orth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (28), 11614-11619
202011
Type III Effector VopC Mediates Invasion for< i> Vibrio</i> Species
L Zhang, AM Krachler, CA Broberg, Y Li, H Mirzaei, CJ Gilpin, K Orth
Cell reports 1 (5), 453-460
162012
TolA modulates the oligomeric status of YbgF in the bacterial periplasm
AM Krachler, A Sharma, A Cauldwell, G Papadakos, C Kleanthous
Journal of molecular biology 403 (2), 270-285
132010
Functional characterization of the interaction between bacterial adhesin multivalent adhesion molecule 7 (MAM7) protein and its host cell ligands
AM Krachler, K Orth
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (45), 38939-38947
112011
Regulation of type III secretion system 1 gene expression in Vibrio parahaemolyticus is dependent on interactions between ExsA, ExsC and ExsD
X Zhou, ME Konkel, DR Call
Virulence 1 (4), 260
92010
The first engagement of partners in the Euprymna scolopes–Vibrio fischeri symbiosis is a two‐step process initiated by a few environmental symbiont cells
MA Altura, EAC Heath‐Heckman, A Gillette, N Kremer, AM Krachler, ...
Environmental microbiology 15 (11), 2937-2950
82013
Turnabout is fair play: use of the bacterial Multivalent Adhesion Molecule 7 as an antimicrobial agent
AM Krachler, H Ham, K Orth
Virulence 3 (1), 68
82012
Targeting the bacteria–host interface: Strategies in anti-adhesion therapy
AM Krachler, K Orth
Virulence 4 (4), 284
52013
In vitro characterization of multivalent adhesion molecule 7-based inhibition of multidrug-resistant bacteria isolated from wounded military personnel
AM Krachler, K Mende, C Murray, K Orth
Virulence 3 (4), 389-399
42012
Made to stick: anti-adhesion therapy for bacterial infections
AM Krachler, K Orth
Issues
22010
A MAM7 Peptide-Based Inhibitor of Staphylococcus aureus Adhesion Does Not Interfere with In Vitro Host Cell Function
CA Hawley, CA Watson, K Orth, AM Krachler
PloS one 8 (11), e81216
12013
Pathogen-induced lipid coalescence in the host membrane causes downstream activation of Rho GTPase (99.3)
AM Krachler
The FASEB Journal 28 (1 Supplement), 99.3
2014
Pathogen-induced lipid coalescence in the host membrane causes downstream activation of Rho GTPase (LB229)
AM Krachler
The FASEB Journal 28 (1 Supplement), LB229
2014
MODULATING BACTERIAL MAM POLYPEPTIDES IN PATHOGENIC DISEASE
K ORTH, H HAM, AM KRACHLER
WO Patent 2,012,138,570
2012
Turnabout is fair play.
AM Krachler, H Ham, K Orth
Virulence 3 (1)
2012
Black Spot, Black Death, Black Pearl: Tales of Bacterial Effectors.
AM Krachler, K Orth
SFET
2010
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