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Host cell killing and bacterial conjugation require overlapping sets of genes within a 22-kb region of the Legionella pneumophila genome
G Segal, M Purcell, HA Shuman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (4), 1669-1674, 1998
6581998
The genomic sequence of the accidental pathogen Legionella pneumophila
M Chien, I Morozova, S Shi, H Sheng, J Chen, SM Gomez, G Asamani, ...
Science 305 (5692), 1966-1968, 2004
5842004
Legionella pneumophila Utilizes the Same Genes To Multiply within Acanthamoeba castellanii and Human Macrophages
G Segal, HA Shuman
Infection and immunity 67 (5), 2117-2124, 1999
3751999
Legionella effectors that promote nonlytic release from protozoa
J Chen, KS de Felipe, M Clarke, H Lu, OR Anderson, G Segal, ...
Science 303 (5662), 1358-1361, 2004
3592004
Genome-Scale Identification of Legionella pneumophila Effectors Using a Machine Learning Approach
D Burstein, T Zusman, E Degtyar, R Viner, G Segal, T Pupko
PLoS pathogens 5 (7), e1000508, 2009
3032009
Genomic analysis of 38 Legionella species identifies large and diverse effector repertoires
D Burstein, F Amaro, T Zusman, Z Lifshitz, O Cohen, JA Gilbert, T Pupko, ...
Nature genetics 48 (2), 167-175, 2016
2822016
The Icm/Dot type-IV secretion systems of Legionella pneumophila and Coxiella burnetii
G Segal, M Feldman, T Zusman
FEMS microbiology reviews 29 (1), 65-81, 2005
2792005
Relationships between a new type IV secretion system and the icm/dot virulence system of Legionella pneumophila
G Segal, JJ Russo, HA Shuman
Molecular microbiology 34 (4), 799-809, 1999
2581999
Icm/Dot‐dependent upregulation of phagocytosis by Legionella pneumophila
H Hilbi, G Segal, HA Shuman
Molecular microbiology 42 (3), 603-617, 2001
2112001
Computational modeling and experimental validation of the Legionella and Coxiella virulence-related type-IVB secretion signal
Z Lifshitz, D Burstein, M Peeri, T Zusman, K Schwartz, HA Shuman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (8), E707-E715, 2013
1992013
Characterization of a new region required for macrophage killing by Legionella pneumophila
G Segal, HA Shuman
Infection and immunity 65 (12), 5057-5066, 1997
1991997
The response regulator PmrA is a major regulator of the icm/dot type IV secretion system in Legionella pneumophila and Coxiella burnetii
T Zusman, G Aloni, E Halperin, H Kotzer, E Degtyar, M Feldman, G Segal
Molecular microbiology 63 (5), 1508-1523, 2007
1982007
Regulation and organization of the groE and dnaK operons in Eubacteria
G Segal, EZ Ron
FEMS microbiology letters 138 (1), 1-10, 1996
1791996
Intracellular multiplication and human macrophage killing by Legionella pneumophila are inhibited by conjugal components of IncQ plasmid RSF1010
G Segal, HA Shuman
Molecular microbiology 30 (1), 197-208, 1998
1581998
Functional Similarities between the icm/dot Pathogenesis Systems of Coxiella burnetii and Legionella pneumophila
T Zusman, G Yerushalmi, G Segal
Infection and immunity 71 (7), 3714-3723, 2003
1572003
The Response Regulator CpxR Directly Regulates Expression of Several Legionella pneumophila icm/dot Components as Well as New Translocated Substrates
E Altman, G Segal
Journal of bacteriology 190 (6), 1985-1996, 2008
1492008
The LetA‐RsmYZ‐CsrA regulatory cascade, together with RpoS and PmrA, post‐transcriptionally regulates stationary phase activation of Legionella pneumophila Icm/Dot effectors
M Rasis, G Segal
Molecular microbiology 72 (4), 995-1010, 2009
1462009
Identification of CpxR as a Positive Regulator of icm and dot Virulence Genes of Legionella pneumophila
O Gal-Mor, G Segal
Journal of bacteriology 185 (16), 4908-4919, 2003
1392003
Characterization of a Legionella pneumophila relA Insertion Mutant and Roles of RelA and RpoS in Virulence Gene Expression
T Zusman, O Gal-Mor, G Segal
Journal of bacteriology 184 (1), 67-75, 2002
1372002
How is the intracellular fate of the Legionella pneumophila phagosome determined?
G Segal, HA Shuman
Trends in microbiology 6 (7), 253-255, 1998
1311998
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