Virology Department


Publications in 2022
Pourcel, Christine, Christiane Essoh, Malika Ouldali, and Paulo Tavares. 2024. “Acinetobacter Baumannii Satellite Phage Aci01-2-Phanie Depends on a Helper Myophage for Its Multiplication.” Journal of Virology, June, e0066724.
Auzat, Isabelle, Malika Ouldali, Eric Jacquet, Beatrix Fauler, Thorsten Mielke, and Paulo Tavares. 2024. “Dual Function of a Highly Conserved Bacteriophage Tail Completion Protein Essential for Bacteriophage Infectivity.” Communications Biology 7 (1): 1–12.
Williams, Harry M., Sigurdur R. Thorkelsson, Dominik Vogel, Carola Busch, Morlin Milewski, Stephen Cusack, Kay Grünewald, Emmanuelle R. J. Quemin, and Maria Rosenthal. 2024. “Structural Snapshots of Phenuivirus Cap-Snatching and Transcription.” Nucleic Acids Research, May, gkae330.
Liu, Jiasui, Simon Corroyer-Dulmont, Vojtěch Pražák, Iskander Khusainov, Karola Bahrami, Sonja Welsch, Daven Vasishtan, et al. 2024. “The Palisade Layer of the Poxvirus Core Is Composed of Flexible A10 Trimers.” Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, February.
Rossier, Ombeline, Cécile Labarre, Anne Lopes, Monique Auberdiac, Kevin Tambosco, Daniel Delaruelle, Hakima Abes, et al. 2024. “Genome Sequence of PSonyx, a Singleton Bacteriophage Infecting Corynebacterium Glutamicum.” Microbiology Resource Announcements, January, e0115523.
Vernhes, Emeline, Linda Larbi Chérif, Nicolas Ducrot, Clément Vanbergue, Malika Ouldali, Lena Zig, N’diaye Sidibe, et al. 2024. “Antigen Self-Anchoring onto Bacteriophage T5 Capsid-like Particles for Vaccine Design.” NPJ Vaccines 9 (1): 6.
Bhargava, Anvita, Ugo Szachnowski, Maxime Chazal, Dominika Foretek, Vincent Caval, Sophie-Marie Aicher, Juliana Pipoli da Fonseca, et al. 2023. “Transcriptomic Analysis of Sorted Lung Cells Revealed a Proviral Activity of the NF-ΚB Pathway toward SARS-CoV-2.” IScience 26 (12): 108449.
Glon, Damien, Nathalie Scrima, Quentin Nevers, Cécile Lagaudrière-Gesbert, and Yves Gaudin. 2023. “[Rabies P protein inhibits TBK1 and interferes with innate immunity‑related condensates].” Medecine Sciences: M/S 39 (11): 809–13.
Alhaddad, Samer, Houda Bey, Olivier Thouvenin, Pascale Boulanger, Claude Boccara, Martine Boccara, and Ignacio Izeddin. 2023. “Real-Time Detection of Virus Antibody Interaction by Label-Free Common-Path Interferometry.” Biophysical Reports 3 (3): 100119.
Pourcel, Christine, Malika Ouldali, Paulo Tavares, and Christiane Essoh. 2023. “The Saclayvirus Aci01-1 Very Long and Complex Fiber and Its Receptor at the Acinetobacter Baumannii Surface.” Archives of Virology 168 (7): 187.
Wu, Yu, Clémence Taisne, Nassim Mahtal, Alison Forrester, Marion Lussignol, Jean-Christophe Cintrat, Audrey Esclatine, Daniel Gillet, and Julien Barbier. 2023. “Autophagic Degradation Is Involved in Cell Protection against Ricin Toxin.” Toxins 15 (5): 304.
Williams, Harry M., Sigurdur R. Thorkelsson, Dominik Vogel, Morlin Milewski, Carola Busch, Stephen Cusack, Kay Grünewald, Emmanuelle R. J. Quemin, and Maria Rosenthal. 2023. “Structural Insights into Viral Genome Replication by the Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus L Protein.” Nucleic Acids Research, January, gkac1249.
Scrima, Nathalie, Romain Le Bars, Quentin Nevers, Damien Glon, Guillaume Chevreux, Ahmet Civas, Danielle Blondel, Cécile Lagaudrière-Gesbert, and Yves Gaudin. 2023. “Rabies Virus P Protein Binds to TBK1 and Interferes with the Formation of Innate Immunity-Related Liquid Condensates.” Cell Reports 42 (1): 111949.
Glon, Damien, Géraldine Vilmen, Daniel Perdiz, Eva Hernandez, Guillaume Beauclair, Frédérique Quignon, Clarisse Berlioz-Torrent, et al. 2022. “Essential Role of Hyperacetylated Microtubules in Innate Immunity Escape Orchestrated by the EBV-Encoded BHRF1 Protein.” PLOS Pathogens 18 (3): e1010371.
Jeger-Madiot, Raphaël, Romain Vaineau, Maud Heredia, Nicolas Tchitchek, Lisa Bertrand, Mathias Pereira, Océane Konza, et al. 2022. “Naive and Memory CD4+ T Cell Subsets Can Contribute to the Generation of Human Tfh Cells.” IScience 25 (1).
Khalfi, Pierre, Rodolphe Suspène, Vincent Caval, Valérie Thiers, Guillaume Beauclair, Agnès Marchio, Claudine Bekondi, et al. 2022. “APOBEC3C S188I Polymorphism Enhances Context Specific Editing of Hepatitis B Virus Genome.” The Journal of Infectious Diseases, January, jiac003.
Lapaquette, Pierre, Amandine Ducreux, Louise Basmaciyan, Tracy Paradis, Fabienne Bon, Amandine Bataille, Pascale Winckler, et al. 2022. “Membrane Protective Role of Autophagic Machinery during Infection of Epithelial Cells by Candida Albicans.” Gut Microbes 14 (1): 2004798.
Morin-Dewaele, Margot, Sophie Bartier, François Berry, Rozenn Brillet, Dennis Salomón López-Molina, Công Trung Nguyễn, Pascale Maille, et al. 2022. “Desloratadine, an FDA-Approved Cationic Amphiphilic Drug, Inhibits SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Cell Culture and Primary Human Nasal Epithelial Cells by Blocking Viral Entry.” Scientific Reports 12 (1): 21053.
Nevers, Quentin, Nathalie Scrima, Damien Glon, Romain Le Bars, Alice Decombe, Nathalie Garnier, Malika Ouldali, et al. 2022. “Properties of Rabies Virus Phosphoprotein and Nucleoprotein Biocondensates Formed in Vitro and in Cellulo.” PLOS Pathogens 18 (12): e1011022.
Orlov, Igor, Stéphane Roche, Sandrine Brasilès, Natalya Lukoyanova, Marie-Christine Vaney, Paulo Tavares, and Elena V. Orlova. 2022. “CryoEM Structure and Assembly Mechanism of a Bacterial Virus Genome Gatekeeper.” Nature Communications 13 (1): 7283.
Sarango, Gabriela, Clémence Richetta, Mathias Pereira, Anita Kumari, Michael Ghosh, Lisa Bertrand, Cédric Pionneau, et al. 2022. “The Autophagy Receptor TAX1BP1 (T6BP) Improves Antigen Presentation by MHC-II Molecules.” EMBO Reports n/a (n/a): e55470.
Sarango, Gabriela, Bénédicte Manoury, and Arnaud Moris. 2022. “TAX1BP1 a Novel Player in Antigen Presentation.” Autophagy 0 (ja): null.
Vabret, Nicolas, Valérie Najburg, Alexander Solovyov, Ramya Gopal, Christopher McClain, Petr Šulc, Sreekumar Balan, et al. 2022. “Y RNAs Are Conserved Endogenous RIG-I Ligands across RNA Virus Infection and Are Targeted by HIV-1.” IScience 25 (7).
Villalta, Alejandro, Alain Schmitt, Leandro F Estrozi, Emmanuelle RJ Quemin, Jean-Marie Alempic, Audrey Lartigue, Vojtěch Pražák, et al. 2022. “The Giant Mimivirus 1.2 Mb Genome Is Elegantly Organized into a 30 Nm Diameter Helical Protein Shield.” Edited by Adam Frost. ELife 11 (July): e77607.
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