PLOS Pathogens - Číslo 12/2013

Opinion

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An Increasing Danger of Zoonotic Orthopoxvirus Infections

Pearls

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Host Susceptibility Factors to Bacterial Infections in Type 2 Diabetes
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Immune Therapeutic Strategies in Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection: Virus or Inflammation Control?
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Novel Strategies to Enhance Vaccine Immunity against Coccidioidomycosis
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Zinc Sequestration: Arming Phagocyte Defense against Fungal Attack
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Shaping Up for Battle: Morphological Control Mechanisms in Human Fungal Pathogens
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CRISPR-Cas Immunity against Phages: Its Effects on the Evolution and Survival of Bacterial Pathogens
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Coronaviruses as DNA Wannabes: A New Model for the Regulation of RNA Virus Replication Fidelity
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Burning Down the House: Cellular Actions during Pyroptosis
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Regulatory Circuits That Enable Proliferation of the Fungus in a Mammalian Host
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LysM Effectors: Secreted Proteins Supporting Fungal Life
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Host Defense via Symbiosis in
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The Evolution of Transmissible Prions: The Role of Deformed Templating
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Balancing Stability and Flexibility within the Genome of the Pathogen
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Cytoplasmic Viruses: Rage against the (Cellular RNA Decay) Machine
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Innate Lymphoid Cells: New Players in IL-17-Mediated Antifungal Immunity
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Influence of Mast Cells on Dengue Protective Immunity and Immune Pathology
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—What Makes the Species a Ubiquitous Human Fungal Pathogen?

Review

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Interference with the Host Haemostatic System by Schistosomes
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Emerging Functions for the RNome

Research Article

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Parental Transfer of the Antimicrobial Protein LBP/BPI Protects Eggs against Oomycete Infections
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Induces an Unfolded Protein Response via TcpB That Supports Intracellular Replication in Macrophages
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Gene Fitness Landscapes of at Important Stages of Its Life Cycle
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Phagocytosis Escape by a Protein That Connects Complement and Coagulation Proteins at the Bacterial Surface
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t Is a Structurally Novel Crohn's Disease-Associated Superantigen
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Myeloid Dendritic Cells Induce HIV-1 Latency in Non-proliferating CD4 T Cells
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Transcriptional Analysis of Murine Macrophages Infected with Different Strains Identifies Novel Regulation of Host Signaling Pathways
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Serotonergic Chemosensory Neurons Modify the Immune Response by Regulating G-Protein Signaling in Epithelial Cells
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Genome-Wide Detection of Fitness Genes in Uropathogenic during Systemic Infection
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Intestinal CD103+ Dendritic Cells Are Key Players in the Innate Immune Control of Infection in Neonatal Mice
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Signatures of Pleiotropy, Economy and Convergent Evolution in a Domain-Resolved Map of Human–Virus Protein–Protein Interaction Networks
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KSHV MicroRNAs Mediate Cellular Transformation and Tumorigenesis by Redundantly Targeting Cell Growth and Survival Pathways
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HrpA, an RNA Helicase Involved in RNA Processing, Is Required for Mouse Infectivity and Tick Transmission of the Lyme Disease Spirochete
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A Toxin-Antitoxin Module of Promotes Virulence in Mice
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Real-Time Imaging of the Intracellular Glutathione Redox Potential in the Malaria Parasite
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Hypoxia Inducible Factor Signaling Modulates Susceptibility to Mycobacterial Infection via a Nitric Oxide Dependent Mechanism
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Dual Expression Profile of Type VI Secretion System Immunity Genes Protects Pandemic
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αvβ6- and αvβ8-Integrins Serve As Interchangeable Receptors for HSV gH/gL to Promote Endocytosis and Activation of Membrane Fusion
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-Induced Activation of EGFR Prevents Autophagy Protein-Mediated Killing of the Parasite
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RocA Truncation Underpins Hyper-Encapsulation, Carriage Longevity and Transmissibility of Serotype M18 Group A Streptococci
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Tmprss2 Is Essential for Influenza H1N1 Virus Pathogenesis in Mice
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Combining Regulatory T Cell Depletion and Inhibitory Receptor Blockade Improves Reactivation of Exhausted Virus-Specific CD8 T Cells and Efficiently Reduces Chronic Retroviral Loads
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Genome-Wide RNAi Screen Identifies Novel Host Proteins Required for Alphavirus Entry
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Identification of the Virulence Landscape Essential for Invasion of the Human Colon
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Nodular Inflammatory Foci Are Sites of T Cell Priming and Control of Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection in the Neonatal Lung
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Hepatitis B Virus Disrupts Mitochondrial Dynamics: Induces Fission and Mitophagy to Attenuate Apoptosis
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Mycobacterial MazG Safeguards Genetic Stability Housecleaning of 5-OH-dCTP
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Systematic MicroRNA Analysis Identifies ATP6V0C as an Essential Host Factor for Human Cytomegalovirus Replication
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Placental Syncytium Forms a Biophysical Barrier against Pathogen Invasion
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The CD8-Derived Chemokine XCL1/Lymphotactin Is a Conformation-Dependent, Broad-Spectrum Inhibitor of HIV-1
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Cyclin A Degradation by Primate Cytomegalovirus Protein pUL21a Counters Its Innate Restriction of Virus Replication
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The Cyst Wall Protein CST1 Is Critical for Cyst Wall Integrity and Promotes Bradyzoite Persistence
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The Type-Specific Neutralizing Antibody Response Elicited by a Dengue Vaccine Candidate Is Focused on Two Amino Acids of the Envelope Protein
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Biphasic Euchromatin-to-Heterochromatin Transition on the KSHV Genome Following Infection
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The Malarial Serine Protease SUB1 Plays an Essential Role in Parasite Liver Stage Development
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HIV-1 Vpr Accelerates Viral Replication during Acute Infection by Exploitation of Proliferating CD4 T Cells
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A Human Torque Teno Virus Encodes a MicroRNA That Inhibits Interferon Signaling
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The ArlRS Two-Component System Is a Novel Regulator of Agglutination and Pathogenesis
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An In-Depth Comparison of Latent HIV-1 Reactivation in Multiple Cell Model Systems and Resting CD4+ T Cells from Aviremic Patients
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Enterohemorrhagic Hemolysin Employs Outer Membrane Vesicles to Target Mitochondria and Cause Endothelial and Epithelial Apoptosis
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Overcoming Antigenic Diversity by Enhancing the Immunogenicity of Conserved Epitopes on the Malaria Vaccine Candidate Apical Membrane Antigen-1
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Semen CD4 T Cells and Macrophages Are Productively Infected at All Stages of SIV infection in Macaques

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