### Publications Principales avant 2015

Midonet, C., Das, B., Paly, E., and Barre, F.-X. (2014). XerD-mediated FtsK-independent integration of TLCÏ† into the Vibrio cholerae genome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 2014 Nov 25 ;111(47):16848-53.

Demarre, G., Galli, E., Muresan, L., Paly, E., David, A., Possoz, C., and Barre, F.-X. (2014). Differential Management of the Replication Terminus Regions of the Two Vibrio cholerae Chromosomes during Cell Division. PLoS Genet. 10, e1004557.

David, A., Demarre, G., Muresan, L., Paly, E., Barre, F.-X., and Possoz, C. (2014). The two Cis-acting sites, parS1 and oriC1, contribute to the longitudinal organisation of Vibrio cholerae chromosome I. PLoS Genet. 10, e1004448.

Bischerour, J., Spangenberg, C., and Barre, F.-X. (2012). Holliday junction affinity of the base excision repair factor Endo III contributes to cholera toxin phage integration. EMBO J. 31, 3757â€“3767.

Das, B., Bischerour, J., and Barre, F.-X. (2011). VGJphi integration and excision mechanisms contribute to the genetic diversity of Vibrio cholerae epidemic strains. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 108, 2516â€“2521.

Dubarry, N., Possoz, C., and Barre, F.X. (2010). Multiple regions along the Escherichia coli FtsK protein are implicated in cell division. Mol Mic 78, 1088â€“1100.

Dubarry, N., and Barre, F.X. (2010). Fully efficient chromosome dimer resolution in Escherichia coli cells lacking the integral membrane domain of FtsK. EMBO J 29, 597â€“605.

Das, B., Bischerour, J., Val, M.-E., and Barre, F.-X. (2010). Molecular keys of the tropism of integration of the cholera toxin phage. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 107, 4377â€“4382.