• Jean-Yves Matroule's Research Group
  • Jean-Yves Matroule's Research Group

Publications

Caulobacter crescentus intrinsic dimorphism provides a prompt bimodal response to copper stress
Emeline Lawarée, Sébastien Gillet, Gwennaëlle Louis, Françoise Tilquin, Sophie Le Blastier, Pierre Cambier & Jean-Yves Matroule
Nature Microbiology 1, doi:10.1038/nmicrobiol.2016.98
Brucella abortus Cell Cycle and Infection Are Coordinated
De Bolle X, Crosson S, Matroule JY and Letesson JJ.
Trends Microbiol. (12):812-21.
Do CVD grown graphene films have antibacterial activity on metallic substrates?
Louis Dellieu*, Emeline Lawarée*, Nicolas Reckinger, Christian Didembourg, Jean-Jacques Letesson, Michael Sarrazin, Olivier Deparis, Jean-Yves Matroule**, Jean-François Colomer**
Carbon 84: 310-316
Overproduced Brucella abortus PdhS-mCherry forms soluble aggregates in Escherichia coli, partially associating with mobile foci of IbpA-YFP.
Van der Henst C, Charlier C, Deghelt M, Wouters J, Matroule JY, Letesson JJ and De Bolle X.
BMC Microbiol. (10): 248
Phosphate starvation triggers production and secretion of an extracellular lipoprotein in Caulobacter crescentus.
Le Blastier S, Hamels A, Cabeen M, Schille L, Tilquin F, Dieu M, Raes M and Matroule JY.
PLoS One. (12):e14198
Cytokinesis monitoring during development; rapid pole-to-pole shuttling of a signaling protein by localized kinase and phosphatase in Caulobacter.
Matroule JY, Lam H, Burnette DT and Jacobs-Wagner C.
Cell. 118(5):579-90.
The asymmetric spatial distribution of bacterial signal transduction proteins coordinates cell cycle events.
Lam H, Matroule JY and Jacobs-Wagner C.
Dev Cell. (1):149-59.
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