Manon Rosselin

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The Salmonella enterica species includes about 2600 diverse serotypes, most of which cause a wide range of food- and water-borne diseases ranging from self-limiting gastroenteritis to typhoid fever in both humans and animals. Moreover, some serotypes are restricted to a few animal species, whereas other serotypes are able to infect plants as well as cold-(More)
Salmonella can invade non-phagocytic cells through its type III secretion system (T3SS-1), which induces a Trigger entry process. This study showed that Salmonella enterica, subspecies enterica serovar Enteritidis can also invade cells via the Rck outer membrane protein. Rck was necessary and sufficient to enable non-invasive E. coli and Rck-coated beads to(More)
The Salmonella outer membrane protein Rck mediates a Zipper entry mechanism controlled by tyrosine phosphorylation and class I phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI 3-kinase). However, the underlying mechanism leading to this signaling cascade remains unclear. The present study showed that using Rck-coated beads or Rck-overexpressing Escherichia coli,(More)
Salmonella causes a wide range of diseases from acute gastroenteritis to systemic typhoid fever, depending on the host. To invade non-phagocytic cells, Salmonella has developed different mechanisms. The main invasion system requires a type III secretion system (T3SS) known as T3SS-1, which promotes a Trigger entry mechanism. However, other invasion factors(More)
The Salmonella outer membrane protein Rck mediates a Zipper-like entry mechanism controlled by Rac, the Arp2/3 complex, and actin polymerization. However, little is known about the early steps leading to Rac activation and Rck-mediated internalization. The use of pharmacological inhibitors or PI 3-kinase dominant-negative mutant induced more than 80% less(More)
The Salmonella Rck outer membrane protein binds to the cell surface, which leads to bacterial internalization via a Zipper mechanism. This invasion process requires induction of cellular signals, including phosphorylation of tyrosine proteins, and activation of c-Src and PI3K, which arises as a result of an interaction with a host cell surface receptor. In(More)
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