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Escherichia coli Induces DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Eukaryotic Cells
JP Nougayrède, S Homburg, F Taieb, M Boury, E Brzuszkiewicz, ...
Science 313 (5788), 848-851, 2006
Cyclomodulins: bacterial effectors that modulate the eukaryotic cell cycle
JP Nougayrède, F Taieb, J De Rycke, E Oswald
Trends in microbiology 13 (3), 103-110, 2005
The critical role of the MAP kinase pathway in meiosis II in Xenopus oocytes is mediated by p90Rsk
SD Gross, MS Schwab, FE Taieb, AL Lewellyn, YW Qian, JL Maller
Current Biology 10 (8), 430-438, 2000
The Polo-like Kinase Plx1 Is Required for Activation of the Phosphatase Cdc25C and Cyclin B-Cdc2 in Xenopus Oocytes
YW Qian, E Erikson, FE Taieb, JL Maller
Molecular biology of the cell 12 (6), 1791-1799, 2001
Bacterial toxins that modulate host cell-cycle progression
E Oswald, JP Nougayrède, F Taieb, M Sugai
Current opinion in microbiology 8 (1), 83-91, 2005
The colibactin genotoxin generates DNA interstrand cross-links in infected cells
N Bossuet-Greif, J Vignard, F Taieb, G Mirey, D Dubois, C Petit, E Oswald, ...
MBio 9 (2), 10.1128/mbio. 02393-17, 2018
Activation of the anaphase-promoting complex and degradation of cyclin B is not required for progression from Meiosis I to II in Xenopus oocytes
FE Taieb, SD Gross, AL Lewellyn, JL Maller
Current Biology 11 (7), 508-513, 2001
On cyclins, oocytes, and eggs
F Taieb, C Thibier, C Jessus
Molecular Reproduction and Development: Incorporating Gamete Research 48 (3 …, 1997
Bub1 is activated by the protein kinase p90Rsk during Xenopus oocyte maturation
MS Schwab, BT Roberts, SD Gross, BJ Tunquist, FE Taieb, AL Lewellyn, ...
Current Biology 11 (3), 141-150, 2001
Escherichia coli cyclomodulin Cif induces G2 arrest of the host cell cycle without activation of the DNA‐damage checkpoint‐signalling pathway
F Taieb, JP Nougayrède, C Watrin, A Samba‐Louaka, E Oswald
Cellular microbiology 8 (12), 1910-1921, 2006
The enterobacterial genotoxins: cytolethal distending toxin and colibactin
F Taieb, C Petit, JP Nougayrède, E Oswald
EcoSal plus 7 (1), 10.1128/ecosalplus. ESP-0008-2016, 2016
Bacterial cyclomodulin Cif blocks the host cell cycle by stabilizing the cyclin‐dependent kinase inhibitors p21waf1 and p27kip1
A Samba‐Louaka, JP Nougayrède, C Watrin, G Jubelin, E Oswald, ...
Cellular microbiology 10 (12), 2496-2508, 2008
Pathogenic bacteria target NEDD8-conjugated cullins to hijack host-cell signaling pathways
G Jubelin, F Taieb, DM Duda, Y Hsu, A Samba-Louaka, R Nobe, ...
PLoS pathogens 6 (9), e1001128, 2010
The Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli Effector Cif Induces Delayed Apoptosis in Epithelial Cells
A Samba-Louaka, JP Nougayrede, C Watrin, E Oswald, F Taieb
Infection and immunity 77 (12), 5471-5477, 2009
Cycle inhibiting factors (CIFs) are a growing family of functional cyclomodulins present in invertebrate and mammal bacterial pathogens
G Jubelin, CV Chavez, F Taieb, MJ Banfield, A Samba-Louaka, R Nobe, ...
PloS one 4 (3), e4855, 2009
Structure of the cyclomodulin Cif from pathogenic Escherichia coli
Y Hsu, G Jubelin, F Taieb, JP Nougayrède, E Oswald, CE Stebbins
Journal of molecular biology 384 (2), 465-477, 2008
The mechanism of CSF arrest in vertebrate oocytes
JL Maller, MS Schwab, SD Gross, FE Taieb, BT Roberts, BJ Tunquist
Molecular and cellular Endocrinology 187 (1-2), 173-178, 2002
Heterogeneous family of cyclomodulins: smart weapons that allow bacteria to hijack the eukaryotic cell cycle and promote infections
RA El-Aouar Filho, A Nicolas, TL De Paula Castro, M Deplanche, ...
Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 7, 208, 2017
Cycle inhibiting factors (cifs): cyclomodulins that usurp the ubiquitin-dependent degradation pathway of host cells
F Taieb, JP Nougayrède, E Oswald
Toxins 3 (4), 356-368, 2011
Increased stable retroviral gene transfer in early hematopoietic progenitors released from quiescence
A Hatzfeld, P Batard, B Panterne, F Taieb, J Hatzfeld
Human Gene Therapy 7 (2), 207-213, 1996
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