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Regulation of Salmonella-host cell interactions via the ubiquitin system.

Herhaus L, Dikic I
International journal of medical microbiology : IJMM 2017


Salmonella infections cause acute intestinal inflammatory responses through the action of bacterial effector proteins secreted into the host cytosol. These proteins promote Salmonella survival, amongst others, by deregulating the host innate immune system and interfering with host cell ubiquitylation signaling. This review describes the recent findings of dynamic changes of the host ubiquitinome during pathogen infection, how bacterial effector proteins modulate the host ubiquitin system and how the host innate immune system counteracts Salmonella invasion by using these pathogens as signaling platforms to initiate immune responses.

Zugehörigkeit: Institute of Biochemistry II, Goethe University Frankfurt - Medical Faculty, University Hospital, 60590 Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

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