Melanie Blokesch
Melanie Blokesch
Full Professor of Life Sciences at EPFL & HHMI International Research Scholar alumni
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Chitin induces natural competence in Vibrio cholerae
KL Meibom, M Blokesch, NA Dolganov, CY Wu, GK Schoolnik
Science 310 (5755), 1824-1827, 2005
Maturation of hydrogenases
A Böck, PW King, M Blokesch, MC Posewitz
Advances in microbial physiology 51, 1-225, 2006
The type VI secretion system of Vibrio cholerae fosters horizontal gene transfer
S Borgeaud, LC Metzger, T Scrignari, M Blokesch
Science 347 (6217), 63-67, 2015
Cues and regulatory pathways involved in natural competence and transformation in pathogenic and environmental Gram‐negative bacteria
P Seitz, M Blokesch
FEMS microbiology reviews 37 (3), 336-363, 2013
Serogroup conversion of Vibrio cholerae in aquatic reservoirs
M Blokesch, GK Schoolnik
PLoS pathogens 3 (6), e81, 2007
Reassessment of the 2010–2011 Haiti cholera outbreak and rainfall-driven multiseason projections
A Rinaldo, E Bertuzzo, L Mari, L Righetto, M Blokesch, M Gatto, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (17), 6602-6607, 2012
Natural competence for transformation
M Blokesch
Current Biology 26 (21), R1126-R1130, 2016
The Emergence of Vibrio pathogens in Europe: Ecology, Evolution and Pathogenesis (Paris, 11-12 March 2015)
F Le Roux, M Wegner, CB Austin, L Vezzulli, CR Osorio, C Amaro, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 830, 2015
DNA-uptake machinery of naturally competent Vibrio cholerae
P Seitz, M Blokesch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (44), 17987-17992, 2013
The regulatory network of natural competence and transformation of Vibrio cholerae
M Lo Scrudato, M Blokesch
PLoS Genetics 8 (6), e1002778, 2012
The extracellular nuclease Dns and its role in natural transformation of Vibrio cholerae
M Blokesch, GK Schoolnik
Journal of bacteriology 190 (21), 7232-7240, 2008
Mechanisms of DNA Uptake by Naturally Competent Bacteria
D Dubnau, M Blokesch
Annual Review of Genetics 53, 2019
The complex between hydrogenase-maturation proteins HypC and HypD is an intermediate in the supply of cyanide to the active site iron of [NiFe]-hydrogenases
M Blokesch, SPJ Albracht, BF Matzanke, NM Drapal, A Jacobi, A Böck
Journal of molecular biology 344 (1), 155-167, 2004
Metal insertion into NiFe-hydrogenases.
M Blokesch, A Paschos, E Theodoratou, A Bauer, M Hube, S Huth, A Böck
Biochemical Society Transactions 30 (4), 674-680, 2002
Maturation of [NiFe]-hydrogenases in Escherichia coli: The HypC Cycle
M Blokesch, A Böck
Journal of molecular biology 324 (2), 287-296, 2002
Network of hydrogenase maturation in Escherichia coli: role of accessory proteins HypA and HybF
M Hube, M Blokesch, A Böck
Journal of bacteriology 184 (14), 3879-3885, 2002
Interbacterial predation as a strategy for DNA acquisition in naturally competent bacteria
JW Veening, M Blokesch
Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 15 (10), 621-629, 2017
A transcriptional regulator linking quorum sensing and chitin induction to render Vibrio cholerae naturally transformable
M Lo Scrudato, M Blokesch
Nucleic acids research 41 (6), 3644-3658, 2013
Quorum sensing contributes to natural transformation of Vibrio cholerae in a species-specific manner
G Suckow, P Seitz, M Blokesch
Journal of bacteriology 193 (18), 4914-4924, 2011
Chitin colonization, chitin degradation and chitin‐induced natural competence of Vibrio cholerae are subject to catabolite repression
M Blokesch
Environmental Microbiology 14 (8), 1898-1912, 2012
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