Antony Croxatto

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Successful treatment with daptomycin and ceftaroline of MDR Staphylococcus aureus native valve endocarditis: a case report.
Duss F.R., Garcia de la Mària C., Croxatto A., Giulieri S., Lamoth F., Manuel O., Miró J.M., 2019/09/01. The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, 74 (9) pp. 2626-2630. Peer-reviewed.
Impact of co-amoxicillin-resistant Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa on the rate of infectious complications in paediatric complicated appendicitis.
Andrey V., Crisinel P.A., Prod'hom G., Croxatto A., Joseph J.M., 2019/04/22. Swiss medical weekly, 149 pp. w20055. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular diagnosis and enrichment culture identified a septic pseudoarthrosis due to an infection with Erysipelatoclostridium ramosum.
Zakham F., Pillonel T., Brunel A.S., Zambelli P.Y., Greub G., Croxatto A., Bertelli C., 2019/04. International journal of infectious diseases, 81 pp. 167-169. Peer-reviewed.
Rational approach in the management of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections.
Bassetti M., Vena A., Russo A., Croxatto A., Calandra T., Guery B., 2018/12. Current opinion in infectious diseases, 31 (6) pp. 578-586. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluating the use of whole-genome sequencing for outbreak investigations in the lack of closely related reference genome.
Abdelbary MMH, Senn L., Moulin E., Prod'hom G., Croxatto A., Greub G., Blanc D.S., 2018/04. Infection, genetics and evolution, 59 pp. 1-6. Peer-reviewed.
Distinct Genomic Features Characterize Two Clades of <i>Corynebacterium diphtheriae</i>: Proposal of <i>Corynebacterium diphtheriae</i> Subsp. <i>diphtheriae</i> Subsp. nov. and <i>Corynebacterium diphtheriae</i> Subsp. <i>lausannense</i> Subsp. nov.
Tagini F., Pillonel T., Croxatto A., Bertelli C., Koutsokera A., Lovis A., Greub G., 2018. Frontiers in microbiology, 9 p. 1743. Peer-reviewed.
How to manage <i>Pseudomonas aeruginosa</i> infections.
Bassetti M., Vena A., Croxatto A., Righi E., Guery B., 2018. Drugs in context, 7 p. 212527. Peer-reviewed.
Towards automated detection, semi-quantification and identification of microbial growth in clinical bacteriology: A proof of concept.
Croxatto A., Marcelpoil R., Orny C., Morel D., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2017/12. Biomedical journal, 40 (6) pp. 317-328. Peer-reviewed.
Project management: importance for diagnostic laboratories.
Croxatto A., Greub G., 2017/07. Clinical microbiology and infection, 23 (7) pp. 434-440. Peer-reviewed.
Panels gastro-intestinaux par PCR multiplex pour la prise en chargedes diarrhées du voyageur : performants et utiles ? [Multiplex PCR gastro-intestinal panels for the management of traveller's diarrhea : are they accurate and useful?]
Rochat L., Croxatto A., De Vallière S., D'Acremont V., Genton B., 2017/05/03. Revue medicale suisse, 13 (561) pp. 963-967. Peer-reviewed.
Probiotic yogurt and acidified milk similarly reduce postprandial inflammation and both alter the gut microbiota of healthy, young men.
Burton K.J., Rosikiewicz M., Pimentel G., Bütikofer U., von Ah U., Voirol M.J., Croxatto A., Aeby S., Drai J., McTernan P.G. et al., 2017/05. The British journal of nutrition, 117 (9) pp. 1312-1322. Peer-reviewed.
Prevalence and diversity of Chlamydiales and other amoeba-resisting bacteria in domestic drinking water systems.
Lienard J., Croxatto A., Gervaix A., Lévi Y., Loret J.F., Posfay-Barbe K.M., Greub G., 2017/01. New microbes and new infections, 15 pp. 107-116. Peer-reviewed.
Comparative genomics of Neisseria meningitidis strains: new targets for molecular diagnostics.
Diene S.M., Bertelli C., Pillonel T., Jacquier N., Croxatto A., Jaton K., Greub G., 2016/06. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 22 (6) pp. 568.e1-7. Peer-reviewed.
Laboratory automation in clinical bacteriology: what system to choose?
Croxatto A., Prod'hom G., Faverjon F., Rochais Y., Greub G., 2016/03. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 22 (3) pp. 217-235. Peer-reviewed.
CRISPR System Acquisition and Evolution of an Obligate Intracellular Chlamydia-Related Bacterium.
Bertelli C., Cissé O.H., Rusconi B., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Croxatto A., Goesmann A., Collyn F., Greub G., 2016. Genome Biology and Evolution, 8 (8) pp. 2376-2386. Peer-reviewed.
Blood culture-based diagnosis of bacteraemia: state of the art.
Opota O., Croxatto A., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2015. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 21 (4) pp. 313-322. Peer-reviewed.
Comparison of Inoculation with the InoqulA and WASP Automated Systems with Manual Inoculation.
Croxatto A., Dijkstra K., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2015. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 53 (7) pp. 2298-2307. Peer-reviewed.
Early detection of extended-spectrum β-lactamase from blood culture positive for an Enterobacteriaceae using βLACTA test.
Prod'hom G., Durussel C., Blanc D., Croxatto A., Greub G., 2015. New Microbes and New Infections, 8 pp. 1-3. Peer-reviewed.
Roles of bovine Waddlia chondrophila and Chlamydia trachomatis in human preterm birth.
Baud D., Goy G., Vasilevsky S., Osterheld M.C., Roth-Kleiner M., Croxatto A., Greub G., 2015. New Microbes and New Infections, 3 pp. 41-45. Peer-reviewed.
Amoebae as a tool to isolate new bacterial species, to discover new virulence factors and to study the host-pathogen interactions.
Tosetti N., Croxatto A., Greub G., 2014. Microbial Pathogenesis, 77 pp. 125-130. Peer-reviewed.
Chlamydiaceae and Chlamydia-like organisms in free-living small mammals in Europe and Afghanistan.
Stephan S., Guerra D., Pospischil A., Hilbe M., Weissenböck H., Novotný L., Greub G., Croxatto A., Teifke J.P., Ulrich R.G. et al., 2014. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 50 (2) pp. 195-204. Peer-reviewed.
Preparation of a blood culture pellet for rapid bacterial identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing.
Croxatto A., Prod'hom G., Durussel C., Greub G., 2014. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove 92 pp. e51985. Peer-reviewed.
Presence of Chlamydiales DNA in ticks and fleas suggests that ticks are carriers of Chlamydiae.
Croxatto A., Rieille N., Kernif T., Bitam I., Aeby S., Péter O., Greub G., 2014. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 5 (4) pp. 359-365. Peer-reviewed.
Role of Waddlia chondrophila placental infection in miscarriage.
Baud D., Goy G., Osterheld M.C., Croxatto A., Borel N., Vial Y., Pospischil A., Greub G., 2014. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 20 (3) pp. 460-464. Peer-reviewed.
Undressing of Waddlia chondrophila to enrich its outer membrane proteins to develop a new species-specific ELISA.
Lienard J., Croxatto A., Gervaix A., Posfay-Barbe K., Baud D., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., 2014. New Microbes and New Infections, 2 (1) pp. 13-24. Peer-reviewed.
Crescent and star shapes of members of the Chlamydiales order: impact of fixative methods.
Rusconi B., Lienard J., Aeby S., Croxatto A., Bertelli C., Greub G., 2013. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, 104 (4) pp. 521-532. Peer-reviewed.
Early expression of the type III secretion system of Parachlamydia acanthamoebae during a replicative cycle within its natural host cell Acanthamoeba castellanii.
Croxatto A., Murset V., Chassot B., Greub G., 2013. Pathogens and Disease, 69 (3) pp. 159-175. Peer-reviewed.
Applications of MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry in clinical diagnostic microbiology.
Croxatto A., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2012. Fems Microbiology Reviews, 36 (2) pp. 380-407. Peer-reviewed.
The Pseudomonas aeruginosa toxin L-2-amino-4-methoxy-trans-3-butenoic acid inhibits growth and induces encystment in Acanthamoeba castellanii.
Lee X., Reimmann C., Greub G., Sufrin J., Croxatto A., 2012. Microbes and Infection, 14 (3) pp. 268-272.
Development of a new chlamydiales-specific real-time PCR and its application to respiratory clinical samples.
Lienard J., Croxatto A., Aeby S., Jaton K., Posfay-Barbe K., Gervaix A., Greub G., 2011. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 49 (7) pp. 2637-2642.
Estrella lausannensis, a new star in the Chlamydiales order.
Lienard J., Croxatto A., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2011. Microbes and Infection / Institut Pasteur, 13 (14-15) pp. 1232-1241. Peer-reviewed.
Lausannevirus, a giant amoebal virus encoding histone doublets.
Thomas V., Bertelli C., Collyn F., Casson N., Telenti A., Goesmann A., Croxatto A., Greub G., 2011. Environmental Microbiology, 13 (6) pp. 1454-1466. Peer-reviewed.
Role of MyD88 and Toll-like receptors 2 and 4 in the sensing of Parachlamydia acanthamoebae.
Roger T., Casson N., Croxatto A., Entenza J.M., Pusztaszeri M., Akira S., Reymond M.K., Le Roy D., Calandra T., Greub G., 2010/12. Infection and immunity, 78 (12) pp. 5195-5201. Peer-reviewed.
Early intracellular trafficking of Waddlia chondrophila in human macrophages.
Croxatto Antony, Greub Gilbert, 2010. Microbiology, 156 (Pt 2) pp. 340-355.
The Waddlia genome: a window into chlamydial biology.
Bertelli Claire, Collyn Francois, Croxatto Antony, Rueckert Christian, Polkinghorne Adam, Kebbi-Beghdadi Carole, Goesmann Alexander, Vaughan Lloyd, Greub Gilbert, 2010. PloS One, 5 (5) p. 10890.
High throughput sequencing and proteomics to identify immunogenic proteins of a new pathogen: the dirty genome approach.
Greub G., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Bertelli C., Collyn F., Riederer B.M., Yersin C., Croxatto A., Raoult D., 2009/12/23. PloS one, 4 (12) pp. e8423. Peer-reviewed.
Development of a real-time PCR for the specific detection of Waddlia chondrophila in clinical samples.
Goy G., Croxatto A., Posfay-Barbe K.M., Gervaix A., Greub G., 2009. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 28 (12) pp. 1483-1486.
RpoS induces expression of the Vibrio anguillarum quorum-sensing regulator VanT
Weber B., Croxatto A., Chen C., Milton D. L., 2008/03/01. Microbiology, 154 (3) pp. 767-780.
Waddlia chondrophila enters and multiplies within human macrophages
Goy G., Croxatto A., Greub G., 2008. Microbes and Infection, 10 (5) pp. 556-562. Peer-reviewed.
Vibrio anguillarum colonization of rainbow trout integument requires a DNA locus involved in exopolysaccharide transport and biosynthesis.
Croxatto A., Lauritz J., Chen C., Milton D.L., 2007/02. Environmental microbiology, 9 (2) pp. 370-382. Peer-reviewed.
A distinctive dual-channel quorum-sensing system operates in Vibrio anguillarum.
Croxatto A., Pride J., Hardman A., Williams P., Cámara M., Milton D.L., 2004/06. Molecular microbiology, 52 (6) pp. 1677-1689. Peer-reviewed.
VanT, a homologue of Vibrio harveyi LuxR, regulates serine, metalloprotease, pigment, and biofilm production in Vibrio anguillarum.
Croxatto A., Chalker V.J., Lauritz J., Jass J., Hardman A., Williams P., Cámara M., Milton D.L., 2002/03. Journal of bacteriology, 184 (6) pp. 1617-1629. Peer-reviewed.
Interplanetary biological transfer of bacteria entrapped in small meteorites: analysis of bacterial resistance to impact in ballistic experiments.
Roten C.A, Gallusser A, Borruat G.D, Udry S.D, Niederhäuser G, Croxatto A, Blanc O, De Carlo S, Mubenga-Kabambi CK, Karamata D, 1999. pp. 485-500 dans Proceedings of the Founding Convention of the Mars Society - Part II held August 13-16, 1998, Boulder, Colorado, UNIVELT, INC..
Interplanetary biological transfer of bacteria entrapped in small meteorites: analysis of bacterial resistance to impact in ballistic experiments.
Roten CA, Gallusser A, Borruat G, Udry S, Karamata D, Niederhäuser G, Croxatto A, Blanc O, DeCarlo S, Mubenga-Kabambi CK, 1998. dans The Proceedings of the Mars Society Founding Convention, August 13-16th Bouldee, Co., Univelt..
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