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List of publications about Campylobacter

An extract of Secalim's publication about C. jejuni
  • Aguirre Garcia, M., K. Hillion, J.-M. Cappelier, M. Neunlist, M. M. Mahe and N. Haddad 2022. Intestinal organoids: New tools to comprehend the virulence of bacterial foodborne pathogens. Foods 11(1): 108.
  • Duqué, B., S. Rezé, A. Rossero, J.-M. Membré, S. Guillou and N. Haddad 2021. Quantification of Campylobacter jejuni gene expression after successive stresses mimicking poultry slaughtering steps. Food Microbiology: 103795.
  • Duqué, B., J. Canon, N. Haddad, S. Guillou and J.-M. Membré 2021. Quantitative approach to assess the compliance to a performance objective (PO) of Campylobacter jejuni in poultry meat in France. International Journal of Food Microbiology 336: 108916.
  • Nennig, M., A.-K. Llarena, M. Herold, J. Mossong, C. Penny, S. Losch, O. Tresse and C. Ragimbeau 2021. Investigating major recurring Campylobacter jejuni lineages in luxembourg using four core or whole genome sequencing typing schemes. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 10(818).
  • Guérin, A., S. Sulaeman, L. Coquet, A. Ménard, F. Barloy-Hubler, E. Dé and O. Tresse 2020. Membrane proteocomplexome of Campylobacter jejuni using 2-d blue native/sds-page combined to bioinformatics analysis. Frontiers in Microbiology 11(2780).
  • Duqué, B., N. Haddad, A. Rossero, J.-M. Membré and S. Guillou 2019. Influence of cell history on the subsequent inactivation of Campylobacter jejuni during cold storage under modified atmosphere. Food Microbiology 84: 103263.
  • Casinhas, J., R. G. Matos, N. Haddad and C. M. Arraiano 2018. Biochemical characterization of Campylobacter jejuni PNPase, an exoribonuclease important for bacterial pathogenicity. Biochimie 147: 70-79.
  • Duqué, B., S. Daviaud, S. Guillou, N. Haddad and J.-M. Membré 2018. Quantification of Campylobacter jejuni contamination on chicken carcasses in France. Food Research International 106: 1077-1085.
  • Rodrigues, R. C., A.-L. Pocheron, J.-M. Cappelier, O. Tresse and N. Haddad 2018. An adapted in vitro assay to assess Campylobacter jejuni interaction with intestinal epithelial cells: Taking into stimulation with TNFα. Journal of Microbiological Methods 149: 67-72.
  • Saint-Cyr, M. J., N. Haddad, B. Taminiau, T. Poezevara, S. Quesne, M. Amelot, G. Daube, M. Chemaly, X. Dousset and M. Guyard-Nicodème 2017. Use of the potential probiotic strain Lactobacillus salivarius SMXD51 to control Campylobacter jejuni in broilers. International Journal of Food Microbiology 247: 9-17.
  • Tresse, O., A. Alvarez-Ordóñez and I. F. Connerton 2017. Editorial: About the foodborne pathogen Campylobacter. Frontiers in Microbiology 8(1908): 1-4.
  • Turonova, H., N. Haddad, M. Hernould, D. Chevret, J. Pazlarova and O. Tresse 2017. Profiling of Campylobacter jejuni proteome in exponential and stationary phase of growth. Frontiers in Microbiology 8(913).
  • Bronnec, V., N. Haddad, S. Cruveiller, M. Hernould, O. Tresse and M. Zagorec 2016. Draft Genome Sequence of Campylobacter jejuni Bf, an Atypical Strain Able To Grow under Aerobiosis. Microbiology Resource Announcements 4(2 e00120-16): 1-2.
  • Bronnec, V., H. Turonova, A. Bouju, S. Cruveiller, R. Rodrigues, K. Demnerova, O. Tresse, N. Haddad and M. Zagorec 2016. Adhesion, biofilm formation, and genomic features of Campylobacter jejuni Bf, an atypical strain able to grow under aerobic conditions. Frontiers in Microbiology 7: 1-14.
  • Rodrigues, R. C., N. Haddad, D. Chevret, J.-M. Cappelier and O. Tresse 2016. Comparison of proteomics profiles of Campylobacter jejuni strain Bf under microaerobic and aerobic conditions. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(1596): 1-12.
  • Saint-Cyr, M. J., M. Guyard-Nicodème, S. Messaoudi, M. Chemaly, J.-M. Cappelier, D. Xavier and N. Haddad 2016. Recent advances in screening of anti-Campylobacter activity in probiotics for use in poultry. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(553): 1-22.
  • Turonova, H., T. R. Neu, P. Ulbrich, J. Pazlarova and O. Tresse 2016. The biofilm matrix of Campylobacter jejuni determined by fluorescence lectin-binding analysis. Biofouling 32(5): 597-608.
  • Macé, S., N. Haddad, M. Zagorec and O. Tresse 2015. Influence of measurement and control of microaerobic gaseous atmospheres in methods for Campylobacter growth studies. Food Microbiology 52: 169-176.
  • Rodrigues, R., A.-L. Pocheron, M. Hernould, H. N., O. Tresse and J.-M. Cappelier 2015. Description of Campylobacter jejuni Bf, an atypical aero-tolerant Gut Pathogens 7(30): Turonova, H., R. Briandet, R. Rodrigues, M. Hernould, N. Hayek, A. Stintzi, J. Pazlarova and O. Tresse 2015. Biofilm spatial organization by the emerging pathogen Campylobacter jejuni: comparison between NCTC 11168 and 81-176 strains under microaerobic and oxygen-enriched conditions. Frontiers in Microbiology 6: 1-11.
  • Haddad, N., R. G. Matos, T. Pinto, P. Rannou, J.-M. Cappelier, H. Prévost and C. M. Arraiano 2014. The RNase R from Campylobacter jejuni has unique features and is involved in the first steps of infection. Journal of Biological Chemistry 289(40): 27814-27824.
  • Guyard-Nicodème, M., O. Tresse, E. Houard, F. Jugiau, C. Courtillon, K. El Manaa, M.-J. Laisney and M. Chemaly 2013. Characterization of Campylobacter spp. transferred from naturally contaminated chicken legs to cooked chicken slices via a cutting board. International Journal of Food Microbiology 164(1): 7-14.
  • Haddad, N., M. Saramago, R. G. Matos, H. Prévost and C. M. Arraiano 2013. Characterization of the biochemical properties of Campylobacter jejuni RNase III. Bioscience reports 33(art:e00082): 889-901.
  • Laroche, M. and C. Magras 2013. Gastrointestinal campylobacteriosis in industrialised countries: comparison of the disease situation with salmonellosis, and microbiological contamination assessment. Revue Scientifique Et Technique-Office International Des Epizooties 32(3): 701-714.
  • Membré, J.-M., M. Laroche and C. Magras 2013. Meta-analysis of Campylobacter spp. Survival Data within a Temperature Range of 0 to 42°C. Journal of Food Protection 76(10): 1726-1732.
  • Messaoudi, S., M. Manai, M. Federighi and X. Dousset 2013. Campylobacter dans la filière poulet : étude bibliographique des stratégies de maîtrise au stade de l’élevage. Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire 164(2): 90-99.
  • Bieche, C., M. de Lamballerie, D. Chevret, M. Federighi and O. Tresse 2012. Dynamic proteome changes in Campylobacter jejuni 81-176 after high pressure shock and subsequent recovery. Journal of Proteomics 75(4): 1144-56.
  • Dufour, V., B. Alazzam, G. Ermel, M. Thepaut, A. Rossero, O. Tresse and C. Baysse 2012. Antimicrobial activities of isothiocyanates against Campylobacter jejuni isolates. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.
  • Haddad, N., O. Tresse, K. Rivoal, D. Chevret, Q. Nonglaton, C. M. Burns, H. Prévost and J. M. Cappelier 2012. Polynucleotide phosphorylase has an impact on cell biology of Campylobacter jejuni. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 2(Article 30): 1 - 13.
  • Kergourlay, G., S. Messaoudi, X. Dousset and H. Prevost 2012. Genome sequence of Lactobacillus salivarius SMXD51, a potential probiotic strain isolated from chicken cecum, showing anti-campylobacter activity. Journal of Bacteriology 194(11): 3008-9.
  • Lerasle, M., S. Guillou, H. Simonin, M. Laroche, M. d. Lamballerie and M. Federighi 2012. Membrane integrity of Campylobacter jejuni subjected to high pressure is pH-dependent. High Pressure Research 32(1): 89-96.
  • Messaoudi, S., G. Kergourlay, M. Dalgalarrondo, Y. Choiset, M. Ferchichi, H. Prévost, M. F. Pilet, J. M. Chobert, M. Manai and X. Dousset 2012. Purification and characterization of a new bacteriocin active against Campylobacter produced by Lactobacillus salivarius SMXD51. Food Microbiology 32: 129-134.
  • Sulaeman, S., M. Hernould, A. Schauman, L. Cocquet, J. M. Bolla, E. De and O. Tresse 2012. Enhanced adhesion of Campylobacter jejuni to abiotic surfaces is mediated by membrane proteins in oxygen-enriched condition. PLoS ONE 7(9): e46402.
  • Messaoudi, S., G. Kergourlay, A. Rossero, M. Ferchichi, H. Prevost, D. Drider, M. Manai and X. Dousset 2011. Identification of lactobacilli residing in chicken ceca with antagonism against Campylobacter. International Microbiology 14(2): 103-10.
  • Bieche, C., M. De Lamballerie, M. Federighi, A. Le Bail and O. Tresse 2010. Proteins involved in Campylobacter jejuni 81-176 recovery after high pressure treatment. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1189(1): 133-138.
  • Haddad, N., G. Maillart, A. Garenaux, F. Jugiau, M. Federighi and J. M. Cappelier 2010. Adhesion Ability of Campylobacter jejuni to Ht-29 Cells Increases with the Augmentation of Oxidant Agent Concentration. Current Microbiology.
  • Haddad, N., C. Marce, C. Magras and J. M. Cappelier 2010. An overview of methods used to clarify pathogenesis mechanisms of Campylobacter jejuni. Journal of Food Protection 73(4): 786-802.
  • Sulaeman, S., G. Le Bihan, A. Rossero, M. Federighi, E. De and O. Tresse 2010. Comparison between the biofilm initiation of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli strains to an inert surface using BioFilm Ring Test. Journal of Applied Microbiology 108(4): 1303-1312.
  • Bieche, C., M. Ritz, O. Tresse, M. Federighi and M. de Lamballerie 2009. Impacts of treatment parameters on the inactivation of Campylobacter jejuni by high pressure: a statistical study of main effects and interactions. Letters in Applied Microbiology 48: 198-202.
  • Haddad, N., D. Drider, C. M. Burns, J. M. Bolla, H. Prévost, M. Federighi and J. M. Cappelier 2009. Long-Term survival of Campylobacter jejuni at low temperature is dependant on polynucleotide phosphorylase activity. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75(23): 7310-7318.
  • Garenaux, A., S. Guillou, G. Ermel, B. Wren, M. Federighi and M. Ritz 2008. Role of the Cj1371 periplasmic protein and the Cj0355c two-component regulator in the Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 response to oxidative stress caused by paraquat. Research in Microbiology 159(9-10): 718-726.
  • Garenaux, A., F. Jugiau, F. Rama, R. de Jonge, M. Denis, M. Federighi and M. Ritz 2008. Survival of Campylobacter jejuni strains from different origins under oxidative stress conditions: effect of temperature. Current Microbiology 56(4): 293-7.
  • Guillou, S., I. Leguerinel, N. Garrec, M. A. Renard, J. M. Cappelier and M. Federighi 2008. Survival of Campylobacter jejuni in mineral bottled water according to difference in mineral content: application of the Weibull model. Water Research 42(8-9): 2213-9.
  • Leblanc Maridor, M., M. Denis, F. Lalande, B. Beaurepaire, R. Cariolet, P. Fravalo, M. Federighi, H. Seegers and C. Belloc 2008. Experimental infection of specific pathogen-free pigs with Campylobacter: Excretion in faeces and transmission to non-inoculated pigs. Veterinary Microbiology 131(3-4): 309-17.
  • Nazef, L., Y. Belguesmia, A. Tani, H. Prévost and D. Drider 2008. Identification of lactic acid bacteria from poultry feces: evidence on anti-campylobacter and anti-listeria activities. Poultry Science 87(2): 329-34.
  • Ritz, M., M. J. Nauta, P. F. Teunis, F. van Leusden, M. Federighi and A. H. Havelaar 2007. Modelling of Campylobacter survival in frozen chicken meat. Journal of Applied Microbiology 103(3): 594-600.
  • Tatchou-Nyamsi-Konig, J. A., A. Moreau, M. Federighi and J. C. Block 2007. Behaviour of Campylobacter jejuni in experimentally contaminated bottled natural mineral water. Journal of Applied Microbiology 103(2): 280-8.
  • Fosse, J., M. Laroche, A. Rossero, M. Federighi, H. Seegers and C. Magras 2006. Recovery methods for detection and quantification of Campylobacter depend on meat matrices and bacteriological or PCR tools. Journal of Food Protection 69(9): 2100-6.