Hélène Réglier-Poupet

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Listeria monocytogenes is an intracellular gram-positive human pathogen that invades eucaryotic cells. Among the surface-exposed proteins playing a role in this invasive process, internalin belongs to the family of LPXTG proteins, which are known to be covalently linked to the bacterial cell wall in gram-positive bacteria. Recently, it has been shown in(More)
The intracellular life of Listeria monocytogenes starts by a complex process of entry involving several bacterial ligands and eukaryotic receptors. In this work, we identified in silico from the sequence of the genome of L. monocytogenes a previously unknown gene designated lpeA (for lipoprotein promoting entry) encoding a 35-kDa protein homologous to PsaA,(More)
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