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Torelli R, Serror P, Bugli F, Paroni Sterbini F, Florio AR, Stringaro A, Colone M, De Carolis E, Martini C, Giard JC, Sanguinetti M, Posteraro B. The PavA-like fibronectin-binding protein of Enterococcus faecalis, EfbA, is important for virulence in a mouse model of ascending urinary tract infection. J Infect Dis. 2012 Sep 15;206(6):952-60.

Jamet E, Akary E, Poisson MA, Chamba JF, Bertrand X, Serror P. Prevalence and characterization of antibiotic resistant Enterococcus faecalis in French cheeses. Food Microbiol. 2012 Sep;31(2):191-8.

Gaspar FB, Montero N, Akary E, Teixeira N, Matos R, Gonzalez-Zorn B, Barreto Crespo MT, Serror P, Silva Lopes Mde F. Incongruence between the cps type 2 genotype and host-related phenotypes of an Enterococcus faecalis food isolate. Int J Food Microbiol. 2012 Aug 17;158(2):120-5

Licandro-Seraut H, Brinster S, van de Guchte M, Scornec H, Maguin E, Sansonetti P, Cavin JF, Serror P.  Development of an efficient in vivo system (Pjunc-TpaseIS1223) for random transposon mutagenesis of Lactobacillus casei. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012 Aug;78(15):5417-23.

Reffuveille F, Serror P, Chevalier S, Budin-Verneuil A, Ladjouzi R, Bernay B, Auffray Y, Rince A. The prolipoprotein diacylglyceryl-transferase (Lgt) of Enterococcus faecalis contributes to virulence. Microbiology. 2012 Mar;158(Pt 3):816-25.

Teixeira N, Santos S, Marujo P, Yokohata R, Iyer VS, Nakayama J, Hancock LE, Serror P, Silva Lopes Mde F. The incongruent gelatinase genotype and phenotype in Enterococcus faecalis is due to shutting off the ability to respond to the GBAP quorum-sensing signal. Microbiology. 2012 Feb;158(Pt 2):519-28.

Rigottier-Gois L, Alberti A, Houel A, Taly JF, Palcy P, Manson J, Pinto D, Matos RC, Carrilero L, Montero N, Tariq M, Karsens H, Repp C, Kropec A, Budin-Verneuil A, Benachour A, Sauvageot N, Bizzini A, Gilmore MS, Bessières P, Kok J, Huebner J, Lopes F, Gonzalez-Zorn B, Hartke A, Serror P. Large-scale screening of a targeted Enterococcus faecalis mutant library identifies envelope fitness factors. PLoS One. 2011;6(12):e29023.

Fouquier d'Hérouel A, Wessner F, Halpern D, Ly-Vu J, Kennedy SP, Serror P, Aurell E, Repoila F.A simple and efficient method to search for selected primary transcripts: non-coding and antisense RNAs in the human pathogen Enterococcus faecalis. Nucleic Acids Res. 2011 Apr;39(7):e46.

Fedhila S, Buisson C, Dussurget O, Serror P, Glomski IJ, Liehl P, Lereclus D, Nielsen-LeRoux C. Comparative analysis of the virulence of invertebrate and mammalian pathogenic bacteria in the oral insect infection model Galleria mellonella. J Invertebr Pathol. 2010 Jan;103(1):24-9.

Gaspar F., Teixeira N., Rigottier-Gois L., Marujo P., Nielsen-LeRoux C., Barreto CrespoM.T., Silva Lopes FM, Serror P. Virulence of Enterococcus faecalis dairy strains in an insect model: Role of fsrB and gelE. Microbiology. 2009 Nov;155(Pt 11):3564-71.

Lebreton F., Riboulet-Bisson E, Serror P., Sanguinetti M., Posteraro B., Torelli R., Hartke A., Auffray Y., Giard JC. ace, encoding an adhesin in Enterococcus faecalis, is regulated by Ers and is involved in virulence. Infect Immun. 2009 Jul;77(7):2832-9.

Chouayekh H, Serror P, Boudebbouze S, Maguin E. Highly efficient production of the staphylococcal nuclease reporter in Lactobacillus bulgaricus governed by the promoter of the hlbA gene. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2009 Apr;293(2):232-9.

Makhzami S., P. Quénée, E. Akary, C. Bach, M. Aigle, A. Delacroix-Buchet, J.-C. Ogier, P. Serror. In situ gene expression in cheese matrices: Application to a set of enterococcal genes. J Microbiol Methods. 2008 Dec;75(3):485-90.

Ogier, J.C. & Serror P. 2008.Safety assessment of dairy microorganisms: The Enterococcus genus. Int J Food Microbiol. 2008 Sep 1;126(3):291-301.

Brinster S, Posteraro B, Bierne H, Alberti A, Makhzami S, Sanguinetti M, Serror P. Enterococcal leucine-rich repeat-containing protein involved in virulence and host inflammatory response.Infect Immun. 2007 Sep;75(9):4463-71.

Brinster S., Furlan S. & Serror P. 2007. C-terminal WxL domain mediates cell-wall binding in Enterococcus faecalis and other Gram-positive bacteria.J Bacteriol. 2007 Feb;189(4):1244-53.

Lepage E, Brinster S, Caron C, Ducroix-Crepy C, Rigottier-Gois L, Dunny G, Hennequet-Antier C, Serror P.Comparative genomic hybridization analysis of Enterococcus faecalis: identification of genes absent from food strains. J Bacteriol. 2006 Oct;188(19):6858-68.

Serror P, Dervyn R, Ehrlich SD, Maguin E. csp-like genes of Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus and their response to cold shock. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2003 Sep 26;226(2):323-30.