ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-110328-3
Vergunst, Annette
Email: annette.vergunst@univ-montp1.fr
URL: http://www.umontpellier.fr/recherche/unites-de-recherche/virulence-bacteriennes-et-maladies-infectieuse/
Affiliation: Vergunst Lab
Address: INSERM U1047 / University of Montpellier UFR Medecine Site de Nimes 186 Chemin du Carreau de Lanes Nimes, 30908 France
Country: France
Phone: +33 4 66 02 81 57
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Vergunst, A.C., Carranza, N.L., Zhang, L., Gomes, M.C., Tasrini, Y., Meijer, A.H., O'Callaghan, D. (2017) Macrophages as drivers of an opportunistic infection. Microbial cell (Graz, Austria). 4:362-364
Mesureur, J., Feliciano, J.R., Wagner, N., Gomes, M.C., Zhang, L., Blanco-Gonzalez, M., van der Vaart, M., O'Callaghan, D., Meijer, A.H., Vergunst, A.C. (2017) Macrophages, but not neutrophils, are critical for proliferation of Burkholderia cenocepacia and ensuing host-damaging inflammation. PLoS pathogens. 13:e1006437
Agnoli, K., Frauenknecht, C., Freitag, R., Schwager, S., Jenul, C., Vergunst, A., Carlier, A., and Eberl, L. (2014) The Third Replicon of Members of the Burkholderia cepacia Complex, Plasmid pC3, Plays a Role in Stress Tolerance. Applied and environmental microbiology. 80(4):1340-1348
Mesureur, J., Vergunst, A.C. (2014) Zebrafish embryos as a model to study bacterial virulence. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1197:41-66
Lavigne, J.P., Vergunst, A.C., Goret, L., Sotto, A., Combescure, C., Blanco, J., O'Callaghan, D., and Nicolas-Chanoine, M.H. (2012) Virulence Potential and Genomic Mapping of the Worldwide Clone Escherichia coli ST131. PLoS One. 7(3):e34294
Agnoli, K., Schwager, S., Uehlinger, S., Vergunst, A., Viteri, D.F., Nguyen, D.T., Sokol, P.A., Carlier, A., and Eberl, L. (2012) Exposing the third chromosome of Burkholderia cepacia complex strains as a virulence plasmid. Molecular Microbiology. 83(2):362-78
Vergunst, A.C., Meijer, A.H., Renshaw, S.A., and O'Callaghan, D. (2010) Burkholderia cenocepacia creates an intra-macrophage replication niche in zebrafish embryos, followed by bacterial dissemination and establishment of systemic infection. Infection and Immunity. 78(4):1495-1508
O'Callaghan, D., and Vergunst, A. (2010) Non-mammalian animal models to study infectious disease: worms or fly fishing?. Current opinion in microbiology. 13(1):79-85

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