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    Artner D, Oblak A, Ittig S, Garate JA, Horvat S, Arrieumerlou C, Hofinger A, Oostenbrink C, Jerala R, Kosma P, Zamyatina A. Conformationally Constrained Lipid A Mimetics for Exploration of Structural Basis of TLR4/MD-2 Activation by Lipopolysaccharide. ACS Chem Biol. 2013 8(11):2423-32

    Schmutz C, Ahrne EL, Kasper CA, Tschon T, Sorg I, Dreier RF, Schmidt A, Arrieumerlou C. Systems-level overview of host protein phosphorylation during Shigella flexneri infection revealed by phosphoproteomics. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2013 Oct; 12(10):2952-68.

    Reiterer, V., Grossniklaus, L., Tschon, T., Kasper, C. A., Sorg, I. and Arrieumerlou C. Shigella flexneri type III secreted effector OspF reveals new crosstalks of proinflammatory signaling pathways during bacterial infection. Cell Signal. 2011 Jul; 23(7):1188-96.

    Kim, M. L., Sorg, I. and Arrieumerlou C. Endocytosis-independent function of clathrin heavy chain in the control of basal NF-kB activation. (2011) PLoS One, 6(2):e17158.  

    Kasper, C. A., Sorg, I., Schmutz, C., Tschon, T., Wischnewski, H., Kim, M. L. and Arrieumerlou, C. (2010). Cell-Cell Propagation of NF-kappaB Transcription Factor and MAP Kinase Activation Amplifies Innate Immunity against Bacterial Infection. Immunity, 33(5), 804–816.

    Selected cover. Preview by WD Hardt, Immunity, 33(5), 652-54. Highlight in Nature Reviews Immunology 11, 2 (January 2011) | doi:10.1038/nri2907. Reviewed at Faculty of 1000 Biology

    Kim, M. L., Jeong, H. G., Kasper, C. A. and Arrieumerlou, C. (2010). IKKalpha Contributes to Canonical NF-kappaB Activation Downstream of Nod1-Mediated Peptidoglycan Recognition. PLoS One, 5(10), e15371.

    Malone, J. G., Jaeger, T., Spangler, C., Ritz, D., Spang, A., Arrieumerlou, C., Kaever, V., Landmann, R. and Jenal, U. (2010). YfiBNR Mediates Cyclic di-GMP Dependent Small Colony Variant Formation and Persistence in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. PLoS Pathog, 6(3), e1000804. 

    Dyachok, O., Idevall-Hagren, O., Sagetorp, J., Tian, G., Wuttke, A., Arrieumerlou, C., Akusjarvi, G., Gylfe, E. and Tengholm, A. (2008). Glucose-induced cyclic AMP oscillations regulate pulsatile insulin secretion. Cell Metab, 8(1), 26–37. 

    Thedieck, K., Polak, P., Kim, M. L., Molle, K. D., Cohen, A., Jeno, P., Arrieumerlou, C. and Hall, M. N. (2007). PRAS40 and PRR5-like protein are new mTOR interactors that regulate apoptosis. PLoS ONE, 2(11), e1217.

    Arrieumerlou, C. and Meyer, T. (2005). A local coupling model and compass parameter for eukaryotic chemotaxis. Dev Cell, 8(2), 215–227. Research Roundup in Journal of Cell Biology, 2005, vol. 168(5). Reviewed at Faculty of 1000 Biology

    Magnan, A., Di Bartolo, V., Mura, A. M., Boyer, C., Richelme, M., Lin, Y. L., Roure, A., Gillet, A., Arrieumerlou, C., Acuto, O., Malissen, B. and Malissen, M. (2001). T cell development and T cell responses in mice with mutations affecting tyrosines 292 or 315 of the ZAP-70 protein tyrosine kinase. J Exp Med, 194(4), 491–505. 

    Arrieumerlou, C., Randriamampita, C., Bismuth, G. and Trautmann, A. (2000). Rac is involved in early TCR signaling. J Immunol, 165(6), 3182–3189.

    Genot, E. M., Arrieumerlou, C., Ku, G., Burgering, B. M., Weiss, A. and Kramer, I. M. (2000). The T-cell receptor regulates Akt (protein kinase B) via a pathway involving Rac1 and phosphatidylinositide 3-kinase. Mol Cell Biol, 20(15), 5469–5478.  

    Arrieumerlou, C., Donnadieu, E., Brennan, P., Keryer, G., Bismuth, G., Cantrell, D. and Trautmann, A. (1998). Involvement of phosphoinositide 3-kinase and Rac in membrane ruffling induced by IL-2 in T cells. Eur J Immunol, 28(6), 1877–1885.

    Deterre, P., Gelman, L., Gary-Gouy, H., Arrieumerlou, C., Berthelier, V., Tixier, J. M., Ktorza, S., Goding, J., Schmitt, C. and Bismuth, G. (1996). Coordinated regulation in human T cells of nucleotide-hydrolyzing ecto-enzymatic activities, including CD38 and PC-1. Possible role in the recycling of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide metabolites. J Immunol, 157(4), 1381–1388.