1. Laalami S, Cavaiuolo M., Roque S., Chagneau C. and H. Putzer (2021). Escherichia coli RNase E can efficiently replace RNase Y in Bacillus subtilis. Nucl Acids Res., 49, 4643-4654. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkab216
  2. Cavaiuolo M, Chagneau C., Laalami S. and H. Putzer (2020). Impact of RNase E and RNase J on global mRNA metabolism in the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC6803. Front. Microbiol., 11:1055 doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.01055
  3. Hamouche L, Billaudeau C, Rocca A, Chastanet A, Ngo S, Laalami S, Putzer H. (2020). Dynamic membrane localization of RNase Y in Bacillus subtilis. mBio, Feb 18;11(1). pii: e03337-19. doi: 10.1128/mBio.03337-19.
  4. Hardouin P., Velours C., Bou-Nader C., Assrir N., Laalami S., Putzer H., Durand D., B. Golinelli-Pimpaneau (2018). Dissociation of the dimer of the intrinsically disordered domain of RNase Y upon antibody binding. Biophysical J., 115, 2102-2113.
  5. Lamrabet O, Plumbridge J, Martin M, Lenski RE, Schneider D, Hindré T (2019). Plasticity of Promoter-Core Sequences Allows Bacteria to Compensate for the Loss of a Key Global Regulatory Gene. Mol Biol Evol. 36(6):1121-1133.
  6. Fernandez M, Plumbridge J (2019). Complex synergistic amino acid-nucleotide interactions contribute to the specificity of NagC operator recognition and induction. Microbiology. 2019 Jul;165(7):792-803.
  7. Plumbridge J. Deutscher J (2019). Regulation of Carbon Assimilation in Bacteria in Encyclopedia of Microbiology 4th Edition. Edited by Schmidt TM. Published by Elsevier.
  8. Mora L., Ngo S., Laalami S. and H. Putzer (2018). In vitro study of the major Bacillus subtilis ribonucleases Y and J. Methods in Enzymology, 612, 343-359.
  9. Liponska A., Jamalli A., Kuras R., Suay L., Garbe E., Wollman F.A., Laalami S. and H. Putzer (2018). Tracking the elusive 5’ exonuclease activity of Chlamydomonas reinhartdii RNase J. Plant Mol Biol, 96, 641-653.
  10. Hamouche L., Laalami S., Daerr A., Song S., Holland I.B., Séror S.J., Hamze K. and H. Putzer (2017). Bacillus subtilis swarmer cells lead, multiply and generate a trail of ‘quiescent’ descendants. MBio 8, e02102-16.
  11. Hamouche L., Laalami S., Lakkis G., Kobaissi A., Chokr A., Putzer H. and K. Hamze (2015). The Effect of Chemotaxis on the Swarming Ability of Bacillus subtilis: Critical Effect of Glutamic Acid and Lysine. Int J Sci Tec Res 4: 14-21
  12. Álvarez-Añorve L.I., Gaugué, I., Link H., Marcos-Viquez J., Diaz-Jimenez D.M., Zonzein S., Bustos-Jaimes I., Schmitz-Afonso I., Calcagno M. and Plumbridge J..(2016). Allosteric activation of Escherichia coli glucosamine-6-phosphate deaminase (NagB) in vivo justified by intracellular amino sugar metabolite concentrations J. Bacteriol 198: 1610-1620
  13. Laalami S., Zig L. and H. Putzer (2014). Initiation of mRNA decay in bacteria. Cell Mol Life Sci, doi: 10.1007/s00018-013-1472-4.
  14. Jamalli A., Hébert A., Zig L. and H. Putzer (2014). Control of expression of the ribonucleases J1 and J2 in B. subtilis. J. Bacteriol., 196, 318-324.
  15. Schroeter R., Hoffmann T., Voigt B., Meyer H., Bleisteiner M., Muntel J., Jürgen B., Albrecht D., Becher D., Lalk M., Evers S., Bongaerts J.,lMaurer K., Putzer H., Hecker M., Schweder T. and E. Bremer (2013). Stress responses of the industrial workhorse Bacillus licheniformis to osmotic challenges. PloS ONE 8(11) : e80956.
  16. Gaugué I., Oberto J., Putzer H. and J. Plumbridge (2013). The Use of Amino Sugars by Bacillus subtilis: Presence of a Unique Operon for the Catabolism of Glucosamine. PLoS ONE 8(5) : e63025.
  17. Laalami S., Bessières P., Rocca A., Zig L., Nicolas P. and H. Putzer (2013). Bacillus subtilis RNase Y activity in vivo analysed by tiling microarrays. PLoS ONE 8(1) : e54062. 
  18. Taverniti V., Forti F., Ghisotti D. and H. Putzer (2011). Mycobacterium smegmatis RNase J is a 5’-3’ exo-/endoribonuclease and both RNase J and RNase E are involved in ribosomal RNA maturation. Mol. Microbiol., 82, 1260-1276.
  19. Laalami S. and H. Putzer (2011). mRNA degradation and maturation in prokaryotes : the global players. Biomolecular Concepts,2, 491-506.
  20. Bruscella P., Shahbabian K., Laalami S. and H. Putzer (2011). RNase Y is responsible for uncoupling the expression of translation factor IF3 from that of the ribosomal proteins L35 and L20 in Bacillus subtilis Mol. Microbiol., 81, 1526-1541
  21. Dorléans A., Li de la Sierra Gallay I., Piton J., Zig L., Winieski L., Putzer H. and C. Condon (2011). Molecular basis for the recognition and cleavage of RNA by the bifunctional 5'-3' exo/endoribonuclease RNase J. Structure, 19, 1252-1261
  22. Hamze K., Autret S., Hinc K., Julkowska D., Laalami S., Briandet R., Renault M., Absalon C., Holland I.B., Putzer H. & S.J. Séror (2011). Single cell in situ analysis in a B. subtilis swarming community identifies three subpopulations differentially expressing hag (flagellin), including specialized swarmers. Microbiology, 157, 2456-2469.
  23. Brill J., Hoffmann T., Putzer H. and E. Bremer (2011). T-box-mediated control of the anabolic proline biosynthetic genes of Bacillus subtilis. Microbiology, 157, 977-987.
  24. Mathy N, Hébert A., Mervelet P., Bénard L., Dorléans A., Li de la Sierra-Gallay I., Noirot P., Putzer H. and C. Condon (2010). Bacillus subtilis ribonucleases J1 and J2 form a complex with altered enzyme behaviour. Mol. Microbiol., 75, 489-498.
  25. Shahbabian K., Jamalli A., Zig L. and H. Putzer (2009). RNase Y, a novel endoribonuclease, initiates riboswitch turnover in B. subtilis. EMBO J., 28, 3523-3533.
  26. Mäder U., Zig L., Kretschmer J., Homuth G. and H. Putzer (2008). mRNA processing by RNases J1 and J2 affects Bacillus subtilis gene expression on a global scale. Mol. Microbiol., 70, 183-196.
  27. Li de la Sierra-Gallay I., Zig L., Jamalli A. and H. Putzer (2008). Structural insights into the dual activity of RNase J. Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol., 15, 206-212.
  28. Choonee N., Even S., Zig L. and H. Putzer (2007). Ribosomal protein L20 controls expression of the Bacillus subtilis infC operon via a transcription attenuation mechanism. Nucleic Acids Res., 35, 1578-1588.
  29. Even S., Pellegrini O., Zig L., Labas V., Vinh J., Brechemier-Baey D. and H. Putzer (2005). Ribonucleases J1 and J2 : two novel endoribonucleases in B. subtilis with functional homology to E. coli RNase E. Nucleic Acids Res., 33, 2141-2152.
  30. Even S., Brito R., Condon C. and H. Putzer (2003). Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase gene regulation in bacteria. Rec. Res. Dev. Biol., Vol. 1, p. 201-218.
  31. Pellegrini O., Nezzar J., Marchfelder A., Putzer H. and C. Condon (2003). Endonucleolytic processing of CCA-less tRNA precursors by RNase Z in Bacillus subtilis. EMBO J., 22, 4534-4543.
  32. Condon C. and H. Putzer (2002). The phylogenetic distribution of bacterial ribonucleases. Nucleic Acids Res., 30, 5339-5346.
  33. Putzer H., Condon C., Brechemier-Baey D., Brito R. and M. Grunberg-Manago (2002). Transfer RNA mediated antitermination in vitro. Nucleic Acids Res., 30, 3026-3033.
  34. Condon C., Rourera J. Brechemier-Baey D. and H. Putzer (2002). Ribonuclease M5 has few, if any, mRNA substrates in Bacillus subtilis. J. Bacteriol., 184, 2845-2849.
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  36. Condon C., Brechemier-Baey D., Beltchev B., Grunberg-Manago M. and H. Putzer (2001). Identification of the gene encoding the 5S ribosomal RNA maturase in Bacillus subtilis: mature 5S rRNA is dispensable for ribosome function. RNA, 7, 1-12.