Anne Marie Krachler
Anne Marie Krachler
Associate Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, UT Health Science Center Houston
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Targeting the bacteria–host interface: strategies in anti-adhesion therapy
AM Krachler, K Orth
Virulence 4 (4), 284-294, 2013
Mechanisms of outer membrane vesicle entry into host cells
EJ O'donoghue, AM Krachler
Cellular microbiology 18 (11), 1508-1517, 2016
Outer membrane adhesion factor multivalent adhesion molecule 7 initiates host cell binding during infection by gram-negative pathogens
AM Krachler, H Ham, K Orth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (28), 11614-11619, 2011
Manipulation of kinase signaling by bacterial pathogens
AM Krachler, AR Woolery, K Orth
Journal of Cell Biology 195 (7), 1083-1092, 2011
Type III effector VopC mediates invasion for Vibrio species
L Zhang, AM Krachler, CA Broberg, Y Li, H Mirzaei, CJ Gilpin, K Orth
Cell reports 1 (5), 453-460, 2012
Bacterial fitness shapes the population dynamics of antibiotic-resistant and -susceptible bacteria in a model of combined antibiotic and anti-virulence treatment.
L Ternent, RC Dyson, AM Krachler, S Jabbari
Journal of theoretical biology 372, 1-11, 2015
Allosteric β‐propeller signalling in TolB and its manipulation by translocating colicins
DA Bonsor, O Hecht, M Vankemmelbeke, A Sharma, AM Krachler, ...
The EMBO journal 28 (18), 2846-2857, 2009
Ex vivo reversal of in vivo transdifferentiation in mesothelial cells grown from peritoneal dialysate effluents
R Vargha, M Endemann, K Kratochwill, A Riesenhuber, N Wick, ...
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 21 (10), 2943-2947, 2006
Functional characterization of the interaction between bacterial adhesin multivalent adhesion molecule 7 (MAM7) protein and its host cell ligands
AM Krachler, K Orth
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (45), 38939-38947, 2011
Host attachment and fluid shear are integrated into a mechanical signal regulating virulence in Escherichia coli O157: H7
G Alsharif, S Ahmad, MS Islam, R Shah, SJ Busby, AM Krachler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (17), 5503-5508, 2015
Against the tide: the role of bacterial adhesion in host colonization
DH Stones, AM Krachler
Biochemical Society Transactions 44 (6), 1571-1580, 2016
The first engagement of partners in the Euprymna scolopesVibrio fischeri symbiosis is a two‐step process initiated by a few environmental symbiont cells
MA Altura, EAC Heath‐Heckman, A Gillette, N Kremer, AM Krachler, ...
Environmental microbiology 15 (11), 2937-2950, 2013
Self‐association of TPR domains: Lessons learned from a designed, consensus‐based TPR oligomer
AM Krachler, A Sharma, C Kleanthous
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 78 (9), 2131-2143, 2010
Fatal attraction: how bacterial adhesins affect host signaling and what we can learn from them
DH Stones, AM Krachler
International journal of molecular sciences 16 (2), 2626-2640, 2015
Outer membrane vesicle‐host cell interactions
JD Cecil, N Sirisaengtaksin, NM O'Brien-Simpson, AM Krachler
Protein Secretion in Bacteria, 201-214, 2019
TolA modulates the oligomeric status of YbgF in the bacterial periplasm
AM Krachler, A Sharma, A Cauldwell, G Papadakos, C Kleanthous
Journal of molecular biology 403 (2), 270-285, 2010
Lipopolysaccharide structure impacts the entry kinetics of bacterial outer membrane vesicles into host cells
EJ O’Donoghue, N Sirisaengtaksin, DF Browning, E Bielska, M Hadis, ...
PLoS pathogens 13 (11), e1006760, 2017
The Multivalent Adhesion Molecule SSO1327 plays a key role in Shigella sonnei pathogenesis
RY Mahmoud, DH Stones, W Li, M Emara, RA El‐domany, D Wang, ...
Molecular microbiology 99 (4), 658-673, 2016
Turnabout is fair play: use of the bacterial Multivalent Adhesion Molecule 7 as an antimicrobial agent
AM Krachler, H Ham, K Orth
Virulence 3 (1), 68-71, 2012
In vitro characterization of multivalent adhesion molecule 7-based inhibition of multidrug-resistant bacteria isolated from wounded military personnel
AM Krachler, K Mende, C Murray, K Orth
Virulence 3 (4), 389-399, 2012
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