Beckham KSH, Ciccarelli L., Bunduc CM, Mertens HDT, Ummels R, Lugmayr L, Mayr J, Rettel M, Savitski MM, Svergun DI, Bitter W, Wilmanns M, Marlovits TC*, Parret AHA, Houben ENG.(2017) Structure of a mycobacterial type VII secretion system membrane complex.  Nature Microbiology 2:17047 (doi 10.1038/nmicrobiol.2017.47)

Song M , Sukovich DJ, Ciccarelli L, Mayr J, Fernandez-Rodriguez J, Mirsky EA, Tucker AC, Gordon DB, Marlovits TC, Voigt CA (2017)

Control of type III protein secretion using a minimal genetic system

Nature communications 8:14737 (doi 10.1038/ncomms14737)

Dietsche T, Tesfazgi Mebrhatu M, Brunner MJ, Abrusci P, Yan J, Franz-Wachtel M, Schärfe C, Zilkenat S, Grin I, Galán JE, Kohlbacher O, Lea S, Macek B, Marlovits TC, Robinson CV, Wagner S. (2016)

Structural and Functional Characterization of the Bacterial Type III Secretion Export Apparatus.

PLoS Pathog. 12:e1006071. (doi: 10.1371)

Smaldone G, Pirone L, Pedone E, Marlovits T, Vitagliano L, Ciccarelli L. (2016)

The BTB domains of the potassium channel tetramerization domain proteins prevalently assume pentameric states.

FEBS Lett. 590:1663-71

DiMaio F, Song Y, Li X, Brunner MJ,  Xu C, Conticello V, Egelman E, Marlovits TC, Cheng Y, Baker D (2015)

Atomic accuracy models from 4.5 Å cryo-electron microscopy data with density-guided iterative local rebuilding and refinement.

Nature Methods 12:361-365 (doi:10.1038/nmeth.3286)

Galan JE *, Lara-Tejero M,  Marlovits TC, Wagner S (2014)

Bacterial Type III Secretion Systems: Specialized Nanomachines for Protein Delivery into Target Cells

Ann Rev Microbiol 2014;68:415-38. doi: 10.1146/annurev-micro-092412-155725

Hornung P, Troc P, Malvezzi F, Maier M, Demianova Z, Zimniak T, Litos G, Lampert F, Schleiffer A, Brunner M, Mechtler K, Herzog F, Marlovits TC, Westermann S

A cooperative mechanism drives budding yeast kinetochore assembly downstream of CENP-A

Journal of Cell Biology (DOI 10.1038/nsmb.2722)

    comment: A new piece in the kinetochore jigsaw puzzle Corbett  KD and Desai A

    206:457-459. doi:10.1083/jcb.201407048

Radics J, Königsmaier J, Marlovits TC* (2014)

Structure of a pathogenic type-3 secretion system in action.

Nature Structural and Molecular Biology (DOI 10.1038/nsmb.2722)

Simunovic M, Mim C, Marlovits TC, Resch G, Unger VM, Voth GA* (2013)

Protein-mediated transformation of lipid vesicles into tubular networks.

Biophys J 105(3):711-9 (abstract)

    * Highlighted as Cover in Biophys J

Brunner MJ, Fronzes, R.*, Marlovits TC* (2013)(in press)

Envelope Spanning Secretion Systems in Gram-negative bacteria.

In: Bacterial Membranes: Structural and Molecular Biology (Eds Remaut H, Fronzes R)

Horizon Press ISBN: 978-1-908230-27-0

Fernandez-Rodriguez J., Marlovits TC* (2012)

Induced heterodimerization and purification of two target proteins by a synthetic coiled-coil tag

Protein Science (in press) (abstract)

    *Highlighted, Protein Science, 21 (4), 2012

Kosarewicz A., Königsmaier L., Marlovits TC* (2012)

The blueprint of the Type-3 Injectisome. (abstract)

Phil Trans Royal Society B 367(1592):1140-54

Schraidt O., Marlovits TC* (2011)

Three-dimensional model of Salmonella’s Needle Complex at Subnanometer Resolution.

Science 331:1192-95 (abstract)

    * Perspectives, Science, 331:1147-1148

    * This week in Science: Science 331:1109)

Khan AG, Pickl-Herk A, Gajdzik L, Marlovits TC, Fuchs R, Blaas D. (2011)

Entry of a heparan sulphate-binding HRV8 variant strictly depends on dynamin but not on clathrin, caveolin, and flotillin.

Virology  (abstract)

Galkin, VE., Schmied, WH., Schraidt, O., Marlovits, TC*., Egelman, EH*. (2010).

The structure of the Salmonella typhimurium type III secretion system needle shows divergence from the flagellar system.

J Mol Biol. 396(5):1392-7 (abstract)

Khan, AG., Pickl-Herk, A., Gajdzik, L., Marlovits, TC., Fuchs, R., Blaas, D. (2010).

Human rhinovirus 14 enters rhabdomyosarcoma cells expressing icam-1 by a clathrin-, caveolin-, and flotillin-independent pathway.

J Virol. 84(8):3984-92 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC*, Stebbins, CE*. (2010).

Type III secretion systems shape up as they ship out.

Curr Opin Microbiol. 13(1):47-52 (abstract)

Schraidt, O., Lefebre, MD., Brunner, MJ., Schmied, WH., Schmidt, A., Radics, J., Mechtler, K., Galán, JE., Marlovits, TC* (2010).

Topology and organization of the Salmonella typhimurium type III secretion needle complex components.

PLoS Pathog. 6(4):e1000824 (abstract)

Wagner, S., Königsmaier, L., Lara-Tejero, M., Lefebre, M., Marlovits, TC*, Galán, JE* (2010).

Organization and coordinated assembly of the type III secretion export apparatus.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107(41):17745-50 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Kubori, T., Lara-Tejero, M., Thomas, D., Unger, VM., Galán, JE* (2006).

Assembly of the inner rod determines needle length in the type III secretion injectisome.

Nature. 441(7093):637-40 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Kubori, T., Sukhan, A., Thomas, DR., Galán, JE*, Unger, VM* (2004). Structural insights into the assembly of the type III secretion needle complex.

Science. 306(5698):1040-2 (abstract)

    * This week in Science: Science 306:937

Marlovits, TC., Haase, W., Herrmann, C., Aller, SG., Unger, VM* (2002).

The membrane protein FeoB contains an intramolecular G protein essential for Fe(II) uptake in bacteria.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 99(25):16243-8 (abstract)

    *Editor’s choice in Science Signalling Sci. Is FeoB the Missing Link in GPCR Evolution?

    STKE 2002 (163), tw470. [DOI: 10.1126/stke.2002.163.tw470]

Hewat, EA., Neumann, E., Conway, JF., Moser, R., Ronacher, B., Marlovits, TC., Blaas, D* (2000).

The cellular receptor to human rhinovirus 2 binds around the 5-fold axis and not in the canyon: a structural view.

EMBO J. 19(23):6317-25 (abstract)

Ronacher, B., Marlovits, TC., Moser, R., Blaas, D* (2000).

Expression and folding of human very-low-density lipoprotein receptor fragments: neutralization capacity toward human rhinovirus HRV2.

Virology. 278(2):541-50 (abstract)

Verdaguer, N., Marlovits, TC., Bravo, J., Stuart, DI., Blaas, D., Fita, I* (1999).

Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of human rhinovirus serotype 2 (HRV2).

Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr. 55(Pt 8):1459-61 (abstract)

Hewat, EA., Marlovits, TC., Blaas, D* (1998).

Structure of a neutralizing antibody bound monovalently to human rhinovirus 2.

J Virol. 72(5):4396-402 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Abrahamsberg, C., Blaas, D* (1998).

Very-low-density lipoprotein receptor fragment shed from HeLa cells inhibits human rhinovirus infection.

J Virol. 72(12):10246-50 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Abrahamsberg, C., Blaas, D* (1998).

Soluble LDL minireceptors. Minimal structure requirements for recognition of minor group human rhinovirus.

J Biol Chem. 273(50):33835-40 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Zechmeister, T., Gruenberger, M., Ronacher, B., Schwihla, H., Blaas, D* (1998).

Recombinant soluble low density lipoprotein receptor fragment inhibits minor group rhinovirus infection in vitro.

FASEB J. 12(9):695-703 (abstract)

Marlovits, TC., Zechmeister, T., Schwihla, H., Ronacher, B., Blaas, D* (1998).

Recombinant soluble low-density lipoprotein receptor fragment inhibits common cold infection.

J Mol Recognit. 11(1-6):49-51 (abstract)

Ayasse, M*, Marlovits T., Tengö, J., Taghizadeh, T., Francke, W. (1995).

Are there pheromonal dominance signals in the bumblebee Bombus hypnorum L. (Hymenoptera, Apidae)?

Apidologie. 26:163-180

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