Gilbert Greub

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395 publications

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Evaluation of three consecutive versions of a commercial rapid PCR test to screen for methicilin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Bulliard E., Grandbastien B., Senn L., Greub G., Blanc D.S. Clinical microbiology and infection. Peer-reviewed.
 
The rapid molecular test Xpert MTB/RIF Ultra: towards improved tuberculosis diagnosis and rifampicin resistance detection.
Opota O., Mazza-Stalder J., Greub G., Jaton K. Clinical microbiology and infection. Peer-reviewed.
 
ESCMID/ESGMD postgraduate technical workshop on diagnostic microbiology.
Scherler A., Ardissone S., Moran-Gilad J., Greub G. Microbes and infection. Peer-reviewed.
 
Whole-genome sequencing for rapid, reliable and routine investigation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis transmission in local communities.
Zakham F., Laurent S., Esteves Carreira A.L., Corbaz A., Bertelli C., Masserey E., Nicod L., Greub G., Jaton K., Mazza-Stalder J. et al., 2019/09. New microbes and new infections, 31 p. 100582. Peer-reviewed.
 
Symposium report: One Health meets sequencing.
Egli A., Koch D., Danuser J., Hendriksen R.S., Driesen S., Schmid D.C., Neher R., Mäusezahl M., Seth-Smith H.M., Bloemberg G. et al., 2019/08/08. Microbes and infection. Peer-reviewed.
 
International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes (ICSP) Subcommittee on the taxonomy of Chlamydiae. Minutes of the closed meeting, 5 July 2018, Woudschoten, Zeist, The Netherlands.
Borel N., Greub G., 2019/08. International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, 69 (8) pp. 2606-2608. Peer-reviewed.
 
Phylogenomics reveal that Mycobacterium kansasii subtypes are species-level lineages. Description of Mycobacterium pseudokansasii sp. nov., Mycobacterium innocens sp. nov. and Mycobacterium attenuatum sp. nov.
Tagini F., Aeby S., Bertelli C., Droz S., Casanova C., Prod'hom G., Jaton K., Greub G., 2019/06. International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, 69 (6) pp. 1696-1704. Peer-reviewed.
 
Whole-genome sequencing revealed independent emergence of vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium causing sequential outbreaks over 3 years in a tertiary care hospital.
Abdelbary MHH, Senn L., Greub G., Chaillou G., Moulin E., Blanc D.S., 2019/06. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases, 38 (6) pp. 1163-1170. 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.
Sequencing the Obligate Intracellular Rhabdochlamydia helvetica within Its Tick Host Ixodes ricinus to Investigate Their Symbiotic Relationship.
Pillonel T., Bertelli C., Aeby S., de Barsy M., Jacquier N., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Mueller L., Vouga M., Greub G., 2019/04/01. Genome biology and evolution, 11 (4) pp. 1334-1344. Peer-reviewed.
 
Identification of new DNA-associated proteins from Waddlia chondrophila.
Barsy M., Herrgott L., Martin V., Pillonel T., Viollier P.H., Greub G., 2019/03/20. Scientific reports, 9 (1) p. 4885. Peer-reviewed.
 
Diagnostic stewardship: are we using the right term?
Dyar O.J., Moran-Gilad J., Greub G., Pulcini C., ESGMD Executive Committee and the ESGAP Executive Committee, 2019/03. Clinical microbiology and infection, 25 (3) pp. 272-273. Peer-reviewed.
 
Added Value of Xpert MTB/RIF Ultra for Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in a Low-Prevalence Setting.
Opota O., Zakham F., Mazza-Stalder J., Nicod L., Greub G., Jaton K., 2019/02. Journal of clinical microbiology, 57 (2). Peer-reviewed.
Review of the impact of MALDI-TOF MS in public health and hospital hygiene, 2018
Rodríguez-Sánchez Belén, Cercenado Emilia, Coste Alix T., Greub Gilbert, 2019/01/24. Eurosurveillance, 24 (4).
Indication of spatially random occurrence of <i>Chlamydia</i>-like organisms in <i>Bufo bufo</i> tadpoles from ponds located in the Geneva metropolitan area.
Vajana E., Widmer I., Rochat E., Duruz S., Selmoni O., Vuilleumier S., Aeby S., Greub G., Joost S., 2019/01. New microbes and new infections, 27 pp. 54-63. Peer-reviewed.
Prevalence of <i>Anaplasma phagocytophilum</i> and <i>Coxiella burnetii</i> in <i>Ixodes ricinus</i> ticks in Switzerland: an underestimated epidemiologic risk.
Pilloux L., Baumgartner A., Jaton K., Lienhard R., Ackermann-Gäumann R., Beuret C., Greub G., 2019/01. New microbes and new infections, 27 pp. 22-26. Peer-reviewed.
Improving the quality and workflow of bacterial genome sequencing and analysis: paving the way for a Switzerland-wide molecular epidemiological surveillance platform.
Egli A., Blanc D.S., Greub G., Keller P.M., Lazarevic V., Lebrand A., Leib S., Neher R.A., Perreten V., Ramette A. et al., 2018/12/03. Swiss medical weekly, 148 pp. w14693. Peer-reviewed.
Improving the quality and workflow of bacterial genome sequencing and analysis: paving the way for a Switzerland-wide molecular epidemiological surveillance platform.
Egli A., Blanc D.S., Greub G., Keller P.M., Lazarevic V., Lebrand A., Leib S., Neher R.A., Perreten V., Ramette A. et al., 2018/12/03. Swiss medical weekly, 148 pp. w14693. Peer-reviewed.
 
International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes Subcommittee on the taxonomy of Chlamydiae. Minutes of the closed meeting, 7 September 2016, Oxford, UK.
Greub G., Bavoil P., 2018/11. International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, 68 (11) pp. 3683-3684. Peer-reviewed.
Limited added value of fungal ITS amplicon sequencing in the study of bovine abortion.
Vidal S., Brandt B.W., Dettwiler M., Abril C., Bressan J., Greub G., Frey C.F., Perreten V., Rodriguez-Campos S., 2018/11. Heliyon, 4 (11) pp. e00915. Peer-reviewed.
 
β-Klotho deficiency shifts the gut-liver bile acid axis and induces hepatic alterations in mice.
Somm E., Henry H., Bruce S.J., Bonnet N., Montandon S.A., Niederländer N.J., Messina A., Aeby S., Rosikiewicz M., Fajas L. et al., 2018/11/01. American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism, 315 (5) pp. E833-E847. Peer-reviewed.
 
Staphylocoques dorés producteurs de leucocidine de Panton-Valentine : notions en pratique clinique [Staphylococcus aureus producing Panton-Valentine leukocidin : notions in clinical practice]
Pérez S., Liaudet A., Favrat B., Cornuz J., Greub G., 2018/10/31. Revue medicale suisse, 14 (625) pp. 1946-1950. Peer-reviewed.
 
Host-pathogen biotic interactions shaped vitamin K metabolism in Archaeplastida.
Cenci U., Qiu H., Pillonel T., Cardol P., Remacle C., Colleoni C., Kadouche D., Chabi M., Greub G., Bhattacharya D. et al., 2018/10/15. Scientific reports, 8 (1) p. 15243. Peer-reviewed.
Metagenomic Analysis of Fish-Associated Ca. Parilichlamydiaceae Reveals Striking Metabolic Similarities to the Terrestrial Chlamydiaceae.
Taylor-Brown A., Pillonel T., Greub G., Vaughan L., Nowak B., Polkinghorne A., 2018/10/01. Genome biology and evolution, 10 (10) pp. 2587-2595. Peer-reviewed.
 
Infections à chlamydias : épidémiologie, pathogenèse, diagnostic et traitements [Chlamydial infections : epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatments]
Tagini F., Greub G., 2018/09/12. Revue medicale suisse, 14 (618) pp. 1620-1625. Peer-reviewed.
 
How to: identify non-tuberculous Mycobacterium species using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry.
Alcaide F., Amlerová J., Bou G., Ceyssens P.J., Coll P., Corcoran D., Fangous M.S., González-Álvarez I., Gorton R., Greub G. et al., 2018/06. Clinical microbiology and infection, 24 (6) pp. 599-603. Peer-reviewed.
 
Detection of Chlamydiaceae and Chlamydia-like organisms on the ocular surface of children and adults from a trachoma-endemic region.
Ghasemian E., Inic-Kanada A., Collingro A., Tagini F., Stein E., Alchalabi H., Schuerer N., Keše D., Babiker B.E., Borel N. et al., 2018/05/09. Scientific reports, 8 (1) p. 7432. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genome sequencing and functional characterization of the non-pathogenic Klebsiella pneumoniae KpGe bacteria.
Lima W.C., Pillonel T., Bertelli C., Ifrid E., Greub G., Cosson P., 2018/05. Microbes and infection, 20 (5) pp. 293-301. Peer-reviewed.
 
Resistome Analysis of a Carbapenemase (OXA-48)-Producing and Colistin-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae Strain.
Pillonel T., Nordmann P., Bertelli C., Prod' Hom G., Poirel L., Greub G., 2018/05. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 62 (5) pp. e00076-18 . Peer-reviewed.
What is the true clinical relevance of Simkania negevensis and other emerging Chlamydiales members?
Vouga M., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Liénard J., Baskin L., Baud D., Greub G., 2018/05. New microbes and new infections, 23 pp. 1-5. Peer-reviewed.
 
Novel Chlamydia species isolated from snakes are temperature-sensitive and exhibit decreased susceptibility to azithromycin.
Staub E., Marti H., Biondi R., Levi A., Donati M., Leonard C.A., Ley S.D., Pillonel T., Greub G., Seth-Smith HMB et al., 2018/04/04. Scientific reports, 8 (1) p. 5660. Peer-reviewed.
Detection of respiratory bacterial pathogens causing atypical pneumonia by multiplex Lightmix<sup>®</sup> RT-PCR.
Wagner K., Springer B., Imkamp F., Opota O., Greub G., Keller P.M., 2018/04. International journal of medical microbiology, 308 (3) pp. 317-323. 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.
 
Hepatitis E virus as a cause of acute hepatitis acquired in Switzerland.
Fraga M., Doerig C., Moulin H., Bihl F., Brunner F., Müllhaupt B., Ripellino P., Semela D., Stickel F., Terziroli Beretta-Piccoli B. et al., 2018/04. Liver international, 38 (4) pp. 619-626. Peer-reviewed.
Chlamydiae in febrile children with respiratory tract symptoms and age-matched controls, Ghana.
Bühl H., Eibach D., Nagel M., Greub G., Borel N., Sarpong N., Rettig T., Pesch T., Aeby S., Klöckner A. et al., 2018/03. New microbes and new infections, 22 pp. 44-48. Peer-reviewed.
 
Klebsiella pneumoniae co-producing KPC and RmtG, finally targeting Switzerland.
Mancini S., Poirel L., Corthesy M., Greub G., Nordmann P., 2018/02. Diagnostic microbiology and infectious disease, 90 (2) pp. 151-152. Peer-reviewed.
A historical legacy of antibiotic utilization on bacterial seed banks in sediments.
Madueño L., Paul C., Junier T., Bayrychenko Z., Filippidou S., Beck K., Greub G., Bürgmann H., Junier P., 2018. PeerJ, 6 pp. e4197. Peer-reviewed.
Antibodies to <i>Chlamydia trachomatis</i> and reproductive health issues in women with SLE: a case-control study.
Santos A., Greub G., Aeby S., Wunder D., Pantaleo G., Ribi C., 2018. Lupus science & medicine, 5 (1) pp. e000293. Peer-reviewed.
 
Chlamydia, rickettsia and other intracellular bacteria.
Greub G., 2018. Microbes and infection, 20 (7-8) p. 391. Peer-reviewed.
Chlamydiales, Anaplasma and Bartonella: persistence and immune escape of intracellular bacteria.
Scherler A., Jacquier N., Greub G., 2018. Microbes and infection, 20 (7-8) pp. 416-423. Peer-reviewed.
Culture-independent genome sequencing of Coxiella burnetii from a native heart valve of a Tunisian patient with severe infective endocarditis.
Delaloye J., Pillonel T., Smaoui M., Znazen A., Abid L., Greub G., 2018/01. New microbes and new infections, 21 pp. 31-35. Peer-reviewed.
 
Discovery and Characterization of Mycobacterium basiliense sp. nov., a Nontuberculous Mycobacterium Isolated From Human Lungs.
Seth-Smith HMB, Imkamp F., Tagini F., Cuénod A., Hömke R., Jahn K., Tschacher A., Grendelmeier P., Bättig V., Erb S. et al., 2018. Frontiers in microbiology, 9 p. 3184. Peer-reviewed.
 
Dissemination of antibiotic resistance genes associated with the sporobiota in sediments impacted by wastewater.
Paul C., Bayrychenko Z., Junier T., Filippidou S., Beck K., Bueche M., Greub G., Bürgmann H., Junier P., 2018. PeerJ, 6 pp. e4989. 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.
 
Environmental Metagenomic Assemblies Reveal Seven New Highly Divergent Chlamydial Lineages and Hallmarks of a Conserved Intracellular Lifestyle.
Pillonel T., Bertelli C., Greub G., 2018. Frontiers in microbiology, 9 p. 79. Peer-reviewed.
ESCCAR international congress on Rickettsiae and other intracellular bacteria.
Fournier P.E., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., 2018. Microbes and infection, 20 (7-8) pp. 392-400. Peer-reviewed.
Insight in the biology of Chlamydia-related bacteria.
Bayramova F., Jacquier N., Greub G., 2018. Microbes and infection, 20 (7-8) pp. 432-440. Peer-reviewed.
Reduced Chlorine in Drinking Water Distribution Systems Impacts Bacterial Biodiversity in Biofilms.
Bertelli C., Courtois S., Rosikiewicz M., Piriou P., Aeby S., Robert S., Loret J.F., Greub G., 2018. Frontiers in microbiology, 9 p. 2520. Peer-reviewed.
 
Tick-borne pathogen detection: what's new?
Cabezas-Cruz A., Vayssier-Taussat M., Greub G., 2018. Microbes and infection, 20 (7-8) pp. 441-444. Peer-reviewed.
 
Waddlia chondrophila, a Chlamydia-related bacterium, has a negative impact on human spermatozoa.
Baud D., Vulliemoz N., Ammerdorffer A., Gyger J., Greub G., Castella V., Stojanov M., 2018/01/01. Human reproduction, 33 (1) pp. 3-10. Peer-reviewed.
Impact of HPV vaccination with Gardasil® in Switzerland.
Jacot-Guillarmod M., Pasquier J., Greub G., Bongiovanni M., Achtari C., Sahli R., 2017/12/22. BMC infectious diseases, 17 (1) p. 790. Peer-reviewed.
Neglected zoonotic agents in cattle abortion: tackling the difficult to grow bacteria.
Vidal S., Kegler K., Greub G., Aeby S., Borel N., Dagleish M.P., Posthaus H., Perreten V., Rodriguez-Campos S., 2017/12/02. BMC veterinary research, 13 (1) p. 373. Peer-reviewed.
Blood lactose after dairy product intake in healthy men.
Pimentel G., Burton K.J., Rosikiewicz M., Freiburghaus C., von Ah U., Münger L.H., Pralong F.P., Vionnet N., Greub G., Badertscher R. et al., 2017/12. The British journal of nutrition, 118 (12) pp. 1070-1077. Peer-reviewed.
 
Skin Colonization by Staphylococcus aureus Precedes the Clinical Diagnosis of Atopic Dermatitis in Infancy.
Meylan P., Lang C., Mermoud S., Johannsen A., Norrenberg S., Hohl D., Vial Y., Prod'hom G., Greub G., Kypriotou M. et al., 2017/12. The Journal of investigative dermatology, 137 (12) pp. 2497-2504. 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.
 
Microbiote, médecine de précision et microbiologie []
Schrenzel J., Greub G., 2017/11/08. Revue medicale suisse, 13 (582) p. 1958. Peer-reviewed.
Bacterial genome sequencing in clinical microbiology: a pathogen-oriented review.
Tagini F., Greub G., 2017/11. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases, 36 (11) pp. 2007-2020. Peer-reviewed.
Genomics of the new species Kingella negevensis: diagnostic issues and identification of a locus encoding a RTX toxin.
Opota O., Laurent S., Pillonel T., Léger M., Trachsel S., Prod'hom G., Jaton K., Greub G., 2017/11. Microbes and infection, 19 (11) pp. 546-552. Peer-reviewed.
 
A new equine and zoonotic threat emerges from an old avian pathogen, Chlamydia psittaci.
Polkinghorne A., Greub G., 2017/10. Clinical microbiology and infection, 23 (10) pp. 693-694. Peer-reviewed.
Cedratvirus lausannensis - digging into Pithoviridae diversity.
Bertelli C., Mueller L., Thomas V., Pillonel T., Jacquier N., Greub G., 2017/10. Environmental microbiology, 19 (10) pp. 4022-4034. Peer-reviewed.
Capnocytophaga canimorsus endophthalmitis after cataract surgery linked to salivary dog-to-human transmission
Thommen F., Opota O., Greub G., Jaton K., Guex-Crosier Y., Wolfensberger T.J., Matet A., 2017/09/27. Retinal cases & brief reports pp. 1-4. Peer-reviewed.
Multiplexed nanoplasmonic biosensor for one-step simultaneous detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in urine.
Soler M., Belushkin A., Cavallini A., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., Altug H., 2017/08/15. Biosensors & bioelectronics, 94 pp. 560-567. Peer-reviewed.
Simkania negevensis, an Example of the Diversity of the Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern among Chlamydiales.
Vouga M., Baud D., Greub G., 2017/08. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 61 (8) pp. 1-5. Peer-reviewed.
 
Importance of whole genome sequencing for the assessment of outbreaks in diagnostic laboratories: analysis of a case series of invasive Streptococcus pyogenes infections.
Tagini F., Aubert B., Troillet N., Pillonel T., Praz G., Crisinel P.A., Prod'hom G., Asner S., Greub G., 2017/07. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases, 36 (7) pp. 1173-1180. Peer-reviewed.
 
Management: from antibiotic stewardship to clinical microbiology.
Greub G., 2017/07. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 23 (7) pp. 424-425. Peer-reviewed.
Mentor-mentee relationship in clinical microbiology.
Opota O., Greub G., 2017/07. Clinical microbiology and infection, 23 (7) pp. 448-453. 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.
 
Chlamydia trachomatis and chlamydia-like bacteria: new enemies of human pregnancies.
Ammerdorffer A., Stojanov M., Greub G., Baud D., 2017/06. Current opinion in infectious diseases, 30 (3) pp. 289-296. Peer-reviewed.
Nanomechanical sensor applied to blood culture pellets: a fast approach to determine the antibiotic susceptibility against agents of bloodstream infections.
Stupar P., Opota O., Longo G., Prod'hom G., Dietler G., Greub G., Kasas S., 2017/06. Clinical microbiology and infection, 23 (6) pp. 400-405. Peer-reviewed.
One Year Genome Evolution of Lausannevirus in Allopatric versus Sympatric Conditions.
Mueller L., Bertelli C., Pillonel T., Salamin N., Greub G., 2017/06/01. Genome biology and evolution, 9 (6) pp. 1432-1449. Peer-reviewed.
Draft Genome Sequences of Two Carbapenemase-Producing Acinetobacter baumannii Clinical Strains Isolated from Albanian and Togolese Patients.
Abdelbary MMH, Prod'hom G., Greub G., Senn L., Blanc D.S., 2017/05/18. Genome announcements, 5 (20) pp. 1-2. Peer-reviewed.
 
Culture-independent genomics of a novel chlamydial pathogen of fish provides new insight into host-specific adaptations utilized by these intracellular bacteria.
Taylor-Brown A., Pillonel T., Bridle A., Qi W., Bachmann N.L., Miller T.L., Greub G., Nowak B., Seth-Smith HMB, Vaughan L. et al., 2017/05. Environmental microbiology, 19 (5) pp. 1899-1913. 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.
β-Klotho deficiency protects against obesity through a crosstalk between liver, microbiota, and brown adipose tissue.
Somm E., Henry H., Bruce S.J., Aeby S., Rosikiewicz M., Sykiotis G.P., Asrih M., Jornayvaz F.R., Denechaud P.D., Albrecht U. et al., 2017/04/20. JCI insight, 2 (8). Peer-reviewed.
Applications of MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry in Clinical Diagnostic Microbiology
Opota Onya, Prod'hom Guy, Greub Gilbert, 2017/04/07. pp. 55-92 dans MALDI-TOF and Tandem MS for Clinical Microbiology, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Lausannevirus Encodes a Functional Dihydrofolate Reductase Susceptible to Proguanil.
Mueller L., Hauser P.M., Gauye F., Greub G., 2017/04. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 61 (4) pp. e02573-16. Peer-reviewed.
Simkania negevensis, an insight into the biology and clinical importance of a novel member of the Chlamydiales order.
Vouga M., Baud D., Greub G., 2017/02. Critical reviews in microbiology, 43 (1) pp. 62-80.
Rapid adaptation drives invasion of airway donor microbiota by Pseudomonas after lung transplantation.
Beaume M., Köhler T., Greub G., Manuel O., Aubert J.D., Baerlocher L., Farinelli L., Buckling A., van Delden C., Swiss Transplant Cohort Study, 2017/01/17. Scientific reports, 7 p. 40309. Peer-reviewed.
 
ESCMID postgraduate education course: applications of MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry in clinical microbiology.
Greub G., Moran-Gilad J., Rossen J., Egli A., ESCMID Study Group for Genomic and Molecular Diagnostics (ESGMD), 2017. Microbes and infection, 19 (9-10) pp. 433-442. Peer-reviewed.
Genome of the carbapenemase-producing clinical isolate Elizabethkingia miricola EM_CHUV and comparative genomics with Elizabethkingia meningoseptica and Elizabethkingia anophelis: evidence for intrinsic multidrug resistance trait of emerging pathogens.
Opota O., Diene S.M., Bertelli C., Prod'hom G., Eckert P., Greub G., 2017/01. International journal of antimicrobial agents, 49 (1) pp. 93-97. Peer-reviewed.
Internal quality assurance in diagnostic microbiology: A simple approach for insightful data.
Scherz V., Durussel C., Greub G., 2017. PloS one, 12 (11) pp. e0187263. Peer-reviewed.
 
Messages from the first International Conference on Clinical Metagenomics (ICCMg).
Ruppé E., Greub G., Schrenzel J., 2017. Microbes and infection, 19 (4-5) pp. 223-228. Peer-reviewed.
Methods for Real-Time PCR-Based Diagnosis of Chlamydia pneumoniae, Chlamydia psittaci, and Chlamydia abortus Infections in an Opened Molecular Diagnostic Platform.
Opota O., Brouillet R., Greub G., Jaton K., 2017. Methods in molecular biology, 1616 pp. 171-181. 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.
Simkania negevensis may produce long-lasting infections in human pneumocytes and endometrial cells.
Vouga M., Baud D., Greub G., 2017/01/01. Pathogens and disease, 75 (1) p. 1. Peer-reviewed.
The Anticancer Peptide TAT-RasGAP317-326 Exerts Broad Antimicrobial Activity.
Heulot M., Jacquier N., Aeby S., Le Roy D., Roger T., Trofimenko E., Barras D., Greub G., Widmann C., 2017. Frontiers in microbiology, 8 p. 994. Peer-reviewed.
 
The Swiss Society of Microbiology: Small Bugs, Big Questions and Cool Answers.
Greub G., Holliger C., Sanglard D., Schrenzel J., Thiel V., Viollier P., 2016/12/21. Chimia, 70 (12) pp. 874-877. Peer-reviewed.
Chlamydia-Related Bacteria in Free-Living and Captive Great Apes, Gabon.
Klöckner A., Nagel M., Greub G., Aeby S., Hoffmann K., Liégeois F., Rouet F., De Benedetti S., Borel N., Henrichfreise B., 2016/12. Emerging infectious diseases, 22 (12) pp. 2199-2201. Peer-reviewed.
 
Screening of plasmid-mediated MCR-1 colistin-resistance from bacteremia.
Nordmann P., Assouvie L., Prod'Hom G., Poirel L., Greub G., 2016/11. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases : official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology, 35 (11) pp. 1891-1892. Peer-reviewed.
Visceral leishmaniasis in a lung transplant recipient: usefulness of highly sensitive real-time polymerase chain reaction for preemptive diagnosis.
Opota O., Balmpouzis Z., Berutto C., Kaiser-Guignard J., Greub G., Aubert J.D., Prod'hom G., Manuel O., Jaton K., 2016/10. Transplant infectious disease, 18 (5) pp. 801-804. Peer-reviewed.
Draft Genome Sequence of a Cardiobacterium hominis Strain Isolated from Blood Cultures of a Patient with Infective Endocarditis.
Tagini F., Pillonel T., Asner S., Prod'hom G., Greub G., 2016/09/22. Genome announcements, 4 (5) p. 4. Peer-reviewed.
Regulatory (pan-)genome of an obligate intracellular pathogen in the PVC superphylum.
de Barsy M., Frandi A., Panis G., Théraulaz L., Pillonel T., Greub G., Viollier P.H., 2016/09. The ISME journal, 10 (9) pp. 2129-2144. Peer-reviewed.
Common skin infection due to Panton-Valentine leucocidin-producing Staphylococcus aureus strains in asylum seekers from Eritrea: a genome-based investigation of a suspected outbreak.
Jaton L., Pillonel T., Jaton K., Dory E., Prod'hom G., Blanc D.S., Tissot F., Bodenmann P., Greub G., 2016/08. Clinical microbiology and infection, 22 (8) pp. 739.e5-8. Peer-reviewed.
Added value of molecular assay Xpert MTB/RIF compared to sputum smear microscopy to assess the risk of tuberculosis transmission in a low-prevalence country.
Opota O., Senn L., Prod'hom G., Mazza-Stalder J., Tissot F., Greub G., Jaton K., 2016/07. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 22 (7) pp. 613-619. 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.
The salivary microbiome for differentiating individuals: proof of principle.
Leake S.L., Pagni M., Falquet L., Taroni F., Greub G., 2016/06. Microbes and infection, 18 (6) pp. 399-405. Peer-reviewed.
 
Automation in bacteriology: a changing way to perform clinical diagnosis in infectious diseases.
Lina G., Greub G., 2016/03. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 22 (3) pp. 215-216. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bacterial Translocation and Sample Contamination in Postmortem Microbiological Analyses.
Palmiere C., Egger C., Prod'Hom G., Greub G., 2016/03. Journal of forensic sciences, 61 (2) pp. 367-374. 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.
A Zebrafish Model for Chlamydia Infection with the Obligate Intracellular Pathogen Waddlia chondrophila.
Fehr A.G., Ruetten M., Seth-Smith H.M., Nufer L., Voegtlin A., Lehner A., Greub G., Crosier P.S., Neuhauss S.C., Vaughan L., 2016. Frontiers in microbiology, 7 p. 1829. Peer-reviewed.
 
Chlamydial polymorphic membrane proteins: regulation, function and potential vaccine candidates.
Vasilevsky S., Stojanov M., Greub G., Baud D., 2016. Virulence, 7 (1) pp. 11-22. 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.
Development and evaluation of double locus sequence typing for molecular epidemiological investigations of Clostridium difficile.
Stojanov M., Magalhaes B., Terletsky V., Basset P., Prod'hom G., Greub G., Senn L., Blanc D.S., 2016. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 35 (2) pp. 175-181. Peer-reviewed.
 
Diagnosis of Aerococcus urinae infections: Importance of matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry and broad-range 16S rDNA PCR.
Opota O., Prod'hom G., Andreutti-Zaugg C., Dessauges M., Merz L., Greub G., Chave J.P., Jaton K., 2016. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 22 (1) pp. e1-e2. Peer-reviewed.
 
Discovering new pathogenic prokaryotes.
Greub G., 2016. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 22 (1) pp. 10-11. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of Parachlamydia acanthamoebae on pulmonary function parameters in a bovine respiratory model.
Lohr M., Prohl A., Ostermann C., Diller R., Greub G., Reinhold P., 2016. Veterinary Journal, 213 pp. 9-15. Peer-reviewed.
Emerging bacterial pathogens: the past and beyond.
Vouga M., Greub G., 2016. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 22 (1) pp. 12-21.
Hand soap contamination by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in a tertiary care hospital: no evidence of impact on patients.
Blanc D.S., Gomes Magalhaes B., Abdelbary M., Prod'hom G., Greub G., Wasserfallen J.B., Genoud P., Zanetti G., Senn L., 2016. Journal of Hospital Infection, 93 (1) pp. 63-67. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular and Mass Spectrometry Detection and Identification of Causative Agents of Bloodstream Infections
Opota Onya, Jaton Katia, Prod'hom Guy, Greub Gilbert, 2016. pp. 336-361 dans David Persing, Fred Tenover, Randall Hayden, Margareta Leven (eds.) Molecular Microbiology chap. 26, American Society of Microbiology.
Mouse Model of Respiratory Tract Infection Induced by Waddlia chondrophila.
Pilloux L., LeRoy D., Brunel C., Roger T., Greub G., 2016. Plos One, 11 (3) pp. e0150909. Peer-reviewed.
Presence of Chlamydiales DNA in samples negative by broad-range bacterial 16S rRNA PCRs: new insights into chlamydial pathogenic role.
Tagini F., Jaton K., Manuel O., Greub G., 2016. New Microbes and New Infections, 11 pp. 32-33. Peer-reviewed.
 
Ten years of R&D and full automation in molecular diagnosis.
Greub G., Sahli R., Brouillet R., Jaton K., 2016. Future Microbiology, 11 pp. 403-425. Peer-reviewed.
The Genome of the Toluene-Degrading Pseudomonas veronii Strain 1YdBTEX2 and Its Differential Gene Expression in Contaminated Sand.
Morales M., Sentchilo V., Bertelli C., Komljenovic A., Kryuchkova-Mostacci N., Bourdilloud A., Linke B., Goesmann A., Harshman K., Segers F. et al., 2016. PloS one, 11 (11) pp. e0165850. Peer-reviewed.
Cryptococcus neoformans meningitis with negative cryptococcal antigen: Evaluation of a new immunochromatographic detection assay.
Opota O., Desgraz B., Kenfak A., Jaton K., Cavassini M., Greub G., Prod'hom G., Giulieri S., 2015/12. New Microbes and New Infections, 4 pp. 1-4. Peer-reviewed.
Malaria real-time PCR: correlation with clinical presentation.
Dormond L., Jaton K., de Vallière S., Genton B., Greub G., 2015/02. New Microbes and New Infections, 5 pp. 10-12. Peer-reviewed.
 
A bovine model of a respiratory Parachlamydia acanthamoebae infection.
Lohr M., Prohl A., Ostermann C., Liebler-Tenorio E., Schroedl W., Aeby S., Greub G., Reinhold P., 2015. Pathogens and Disease, 73 (1) pp. 1-14. Peer-reviewed.
Absence of Chlamydia-like organisms in pigs.
Van Gils M., Aeby S., Vanrompay D., Greub G., 2015. New Microbes and New Infections, 7 pp. 31-32. Peer-reviewed.
Antibiotic susceptibility of Neochlamydia hartmanellae and Parachlamydia acanthamoebae in amoebae.
Vouga M., Diabi H., Boulos A., Baud D., Raoult D., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 761-765. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bifidobacterium longum Bacteremia in Preterm Infants Receiving Probiotics.
Bertelli C., Pillonel T., Torregrossa A., Prod'hom G., Fischer C.J., Greub G., Giannoni E., 2015. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 60 (6) pp. 924-927. 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.
Blurred pictures from the crime scene: the growing case for a function of Chlamydiales in plastid endosymbiosis.
Ball S.G., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 723-726. Peer-reviewed.
Comparative genome analysis of Pseudomonas knackmussii B13, the first bacterium known to degrade chloroaromatic compounds.
Miyazaki R., Bertelli C., Benaglio P., Canton J., De Coi N., Gharib W.H., Gjoksi B., Goesmann A., Greub G., Harshman K. et al., 2015. Environmental Microbiology, 17 (1) pp. 91-104.
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.
 
Diagnosis of febrile illness in the tropics--how many tests are enough?
Grobusch M.P., Greub G., 2015. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 13 (1) pp. 98-99. Peer-reviewed.
Disassembly of a Medial Transenvelope Structure by Antibiotics during Intracellular Division.
Jacquier N., Frandi A., Viollier P.H., Greub G., 2015. Chemistry and Biology, 22 (9) pp. 1217-1227. 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.
 
ESCCAR international congress on Rickettsia and other intracellular bacteria.
de Barsy M., Bertelli C., Jacquier N., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection / Institut Pasteur, 17 (10) pp. 680-688. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluation of a new serological test for the detection of anti-Coxiella and anti-Rickettsia antibodies.
Bizzini A., Péter O., Baud D., Edouard S., Meylan P., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 811-816. Peer-reviewed.
 
Immunosuppression et fièvre persistante
Monti M., Galland-Deckera , Greub G., 2015. Swiss Medical Forum, 15 (35) pp. 773-776.
 
Impact of round-the-clock CSF Gram stain on empirical therapy for suspected central nervous system infections.
Tissot F., Prod'hom G., Manuel O., Greub G., 2015. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases : Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology, 34 (9) pp. 1849-1857. Peer-reviewed.
Improving the molecular diagnosis of Chlamydia psittaci and Chlamydia abortus infection with a species-specific duplex real-time PCR.
Opota O., Jaton K., Branley J., Vanrompay D., Erard V., Borel N., Longbottom D., Greub G., 2015. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 64 (10) pp. 1174-1185. Peer-reviewed.
 
Intracellular bacterial pathogens: a reemerging field of research rich with breakthroughs and opportunities.
Greub G., Bleeker-Rovers C.P., Carlyon J., Fournier P.E., Ojcius D., Puolakkainen M., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 721-722.
Lack of Chlamydia-related bacteria among patients with community-acquired pneumonia.
Garin N., Hugli O., Genné D., Greub G., 2015. New Microbes and New Infections, 8 pp. 164-165. Peer-reviewed.
 
Microbial diagnosis of bloodstream infection: towards molecular diagnosis directly from blood.
Opota O., Jaton K., Greub G., 2015. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 21 (4) pp. 323-331. Peer-reviewed.
 
OmpA family proteins and Pmp-like autotransporter: new adhesins of Waddlia chondrophila.
Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Domröse A., Becker E., Cisse O.H., Hegemann J.H., Greub G., 2015. Pathogens and Disease, 73 (6) pp. ftv035. Peer-reviewed.
Opportunistic testing for urogenital infection with Chlamydia trachomatis in south-western Switzerland, 2012 : a feasibility study
Bally F., Quach A., Greub G., Jaton K., Petignat C., Ambord C., Fellay J., Masserey E., Spencer B., 2015. Euro Surveillance : Bulletin Européen Sur Les Maladies Transmissibles = European Communicable Disease Bulletin, 20 (9) pp. pii21051. Peer-reviewed.
Permissivity of insect cells to Waddlia chondrophila, Estrella lausannensis and Parachlamydia acanthamoebae.
Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Fatton M., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 749-754. Peer-reviewed.
 
Postmortem angiography using femoral cannulation and postmortem microbiology.
Palmiere C., Egger C., Grabherr S., Jaton-Ogay K., Greub G., 2015. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 129 (4) pp. 861-867. Peer-reviewed.
Prevalence and diversity of Chlamydiales in Swiss ruminant farms.
Dreyer M., Aeby S., Oevermann A., Greub G., 2015. Pathogens and Disease, 73 (1) pp. 1-4. Peer-reviewed.
 
Reply to Bastien et al.
Hamad I., Forestier C.L., Greub G., Jaton K., Raoult D., Bittar F., 2015. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 212 (3) pp. 506-508. Peer-reviewed.
 
Role of Chlamydia trachomatis and emerging Chlamydia-related bacteria in ectopic pregnancy in Vietnam.
Hornung S., Thuong B.C., Gyger J., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Vasilevsky S., Greub G., Baud D., 2015. Epidemiology and Infection, 143 (12) pp. 2635-2638. 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.
Sequencing and characterizing the genome of Estrella lausannensis as an undergraduate project: training students and biological insights.
Bertelli C., Aeby S., Chassot B., Clulow J., Hilfiker O., Rappo S., Ritzmann S., Schumacher P., Terrettaz C., Benaglio P. et al., 2015. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6 (101) p. 101. Peer-reviewed.
Severe pneumonia due to Parachlamydia acanthamoebae following intranasal inoculation: a mice model.
Pilloux L., Casson N., Sommer K., Klos A., Stehle J.C., Pusztaszeri M., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 755-760. Peer-reviewed.
Taxogenomics of the order Chlamydiales.
Pillonel T., Bertelli C., Salamin N., Greub G., 2015. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 65 (Pt 4) pp. 1381-1393. Peer-reviewed.
 
The hidden killer: are we improving the management of bacteremia?
Paul M., Greub G., 2015. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 21 (4) pp. 291-294. Peer-reviewed.
 
The high prevalence and diversity of Chlamydiales DNA within Ixodes ricinus ticks suggest a role for ticks as reservoirs and vectors of Chlamydia-related bacteria.
Pilloux L., Aeby S., Gaümann R., Burri C., Beuret C., Greub G., 2015. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81 (23) pp. 8177-8182. Peer-reviewed.
 
The role of peptidoglycan in chlamydial cell division: towards resolving the chlamydial anomaly.
Jacquier N., Viollier P.H., Greub G., 2015. Fems Microbiology Reviews, 39 (2) pp. 262-275. Peer-reviewed.
Trafficking of Estrella lausannensis in human macrophages.
Rusconi B., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., 2015. Pathogens and Disease, 73 (5) pp. ftv027. Peer-reviewed.
Tropheryma whipplei bivalvular endocarditis and polyarthralgia: a case report.
Gruber J.R., Sarro R., Delaloye J., Surmely J.F., Siniscalchi G., Tozzi P., Jaques C., Jaton K., Delabays A., Greub G. et al., 2015. Journal of Medical Case Reports, 9 (1) p. 259. Peer-reviewed.
 
Twenty years of research into Chlamydia-like organisms: a revolution in our understanding of the biology and pathogenicity of members of the phylum Chlamydiae.
Taylor-Brown A., Vaughan L., Greub G., Timms P., Polkinghorne A., 2015. Pathogens and Disease, 73 (1) pp. 1-15. Peer-reviewed.
 
Waddlia chondrophila and Chlamydia trachomatis antibodies in screening infertile women for tubal pathology.
Verweij S.P., Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Land J.A., Ouburg S., Morré S.A., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 745-748. Peer-reviewed.
Waddlia chondrophila induces systemic infection, organ pathology, and elicits Th1-associated humoral immunity in a murine model of genital infection.
Vasilevsky S., Gyger J., Piersigilli A., Pilloux L., Greub G., Stojanov M., Baud D., 2015. Frontiers In Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 5 p. 76. Peer-reviewed.
 
Waddlia: An emerging pathogen and a model organism to study the biology of chlamydiae.
Lamoth F., Pillonel T., Greub G., 2015. Microbes and Infection, 17 (11-12) pp. 732-737. Peer-reviewed.
Génomique et métagénomique bactériennes: applications cliniques et importance médicale [Bacterial genomics and metagenomics: clinical applications and medical relevance]
Diene S.M., Bertelli C., Pillonel T., Schrenzel J., Greub G., 2014/11/12. Revue medicale suisse, 10 (450) pp. 2155-2161. Peer-reviewed.
 
Diagnostic microbiologique de la pneumonie [Microbiological diagnosis of pneumonia].
Jaton K., Schrenzel J., Greub G., 2014/11. Revue Médicale Suisse, 10 (450) pp. 2126-2129. Peer-reviewed.
 
A simple, robust and rapid approach to detect carbapenemases in Gram-negative isolates by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry: validation with triple quadripole tandem mass spectrometry, microarray and PCR.
Vogne C., Prod'hom G., Jaton K., Decosterd L.A., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (12) pp. O1106-O1112. 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.
 
Antibiotic susceptibility of Estrella lausannensis, a potential emerging pathogen.
de Barsy M., Bottinelli L., Greub G., 2014. Microbes and Infection / Institut Pasteur, 16 (9) pp. 746-754.
 
Approches diagnostiques des bactéries intracellulaires et des germes fastidieux [Diagnostic approach of intracellular bacteria and fastidious microorganisms].
Lamoth F., Schrenzel J., Greub G., 2014. Revue Médicale Suisse, 10 (450) pp. 2130-2136.
Bacteremia caused by Comamonas kerstersii in a patient with diverticulosis.
Opota O., Ney B., Zanetti G., Jaton K., Greub G., Prod'hom G., 2014. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 52 (3) pp. 1009-1012. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bioterrorism: myth or reality?
Greub G., Grobusch M.P., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (6) pp. 485-487.
Cell wall precursors are required to organize the chlamydial division septum.
Jacquier N., Frandi A., Pillonel T., Viollier P.H., Viollier P., Greub G., 2014. Nature Communications, 5 p. 3578. Peer-reviewed.
Chlamydia pneumoniae: possible association with asthma in children.
Asner S.A., Jaton K., Kyprianidou S., Nowak A.M., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 58 (8) pp. 1198-1199. 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.
 
Chlamydiaceae and Chlamydia-like organisms in the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)--organ distribution and histopathological findings.
Burach F., Pospischil A., Hanger J., Loader J., Pillonel T., Greub G., Borel N., 2014. Veterinary Microbiology, 172 (1-2) pp. 230-240. Peer-reviewed.
 
Clinical microbiologists facing an anthrax alert.
Jaton K., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (6) pp. 503-506. Peer-reviewed.
Criblamydia sequanensis Harbors a Megaplasmid Encoding Arsenite Resistance.
Bertelli C., Goesmann A., Greub G., 2014. Genome Announcements, 2 (5) pp. e00949-14. Peer-reviewed.
ESCMID postgraduate technical workshop on intracellular bacteria: from biology to clinic.
Pilloux L., Greub G., 2014. Microbes and Infection / Institut Pasteur, 16 (6) pp. 454-460. Peer-reviewed.
FtsZ-independent septal recruitment and function of cell wall remodelling enzymes in chlamydial pathogens.
Frandi A., Jacquier N., Théraulaz L., Greub G., Viollier P.H., 2014. Nature Communications, 5 p. 4200. Peer-reviewed.
Genital Chlamydia trachomatis: understanding the roles of innate and adaptive immunity in vaccine research.
Vasilevsky S., Greub G., Nardelli-Haefliger D., Baud D., 2014. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 27 (2) pp. 346-370.
 
History of biological warfare and bioterrorism.
Barras V., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (6) pp. 497-502. Peer-reviewed.
 
Host factors and genetic susceptibility to infections due to intracellular bacteria and fastidious organisms.
Asner S.A., Morré S.A., Bochud P.Y., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (12) pp. 1246-1253.
Importance of amoebae as a tool to isolate amoeba-resisting microorganisms and for their ecology and evolution: the Chlamydia paradigm.
Kebbi-Beghdadi C., Greub G., 2014. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 6 (4) pp. 309-324. Peer-reviewed.
Isolated mediastinal necrotizing granulomatous lymphadenopathy due to cat-scratch disease.
Lovis A., Clerc O., Lazor R., Jaton K., Greub G., 2014. Infection, 42 (1) pp. 153-154.
Mandatory infectious diseases consultation for MRSA bacteremia is associated with reduced mortality.
Tissot F., Calandra T., Prod'hom G., Taffe P., Zanetti G., Greub G., Senn L., 2014. Journal of Infection, 69 (3) pp. 226-234.
 
Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry and PCR-based rapid diagnosis of Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia.
Clerc O., Prod'hom G., Senn L., Jaton K., Zanetti G., Calandra T., Greub G., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (4) pp. 355-360. Peer-reviewed.
Microbiota present in cystic fibrosis lungs as revealed by whole genome sequencing.
Hauser P.M., Bernard T., Greub G., Jaton K., Pagni M., Hafen G.M., 2014. Plos One, 9 (3) pp. e90934. Peer-reviewed.
Performance of an automated multiplex immunofluorescence assay for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis immunoglobulin G.
Baud D., Zufferey J., Hohlfeld P., Greub G., 2014. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 78 (3) pp. 217-219. Peer-reviewed.
Post-mortem diagnosis of malaria.
Palmiere C., Jaton K., Lobrinus A., Schrag B., Greub G., 2014. New Microbes and New Infections, 2 (5) pp. 154-155. 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.
Q fever outbreak in the terraced vineyards of Lavaux, Switzerland
Bellini C., Magouras I., Chapuis-Taillard C., Clerc O., Masserey E., Peduto G., Péter O., Schaerrer S., Schuepbach G., Greub G., 2014. New Microbes and New Infections, 2 (4) pp. 93-99. 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.
Survey of Infectious Etiologies of Bovine Abortion during Mid- to Late Gestation in Dairy Herds.
Barkallah M., Gharbi Y., Hassena A.B., Slima A.B., Mallek Z., Gautier M., Greub G., Gdoura R., Fendri I., 2014. Plos One, 9 (3) pp. e91549. Peer-reviewed.
 
Treatment of genital mycoplasma in colonized pregnant women in late pregnancy is associated with a lower rate of premature labour and neonatal complications.
Vouga M., Greub G., Prod'hom G., Durussel C., Roth-Kleiner M., Vasilevsky S., Baud D., 2014. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 20 (10) pp. 1074-1079. 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.
Waddlia chondrophila Infects and Multiplies in Ovine Trophoblast Cells Stimulating an Inflammatory Immune Response.
Wheelhouse N., Coyle C., Barlow P.G., Mitchell S., Greub G., Baszler T., Rae M.T., Longbottom D., 2014. Plos One, 9 (7) pp. e102386. Peer-reviewed.
A simple blood-culture bacterial pellet preparation for faster accurate direct bacterial identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing with the VITEK 2 system.
Prod'hom G., Durussel C., Greub G., 2013. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 62 (Pt 5) pp. 773-777.
Automation in the clinical microbiology laboratory.
Burnham C.A., Dunne W.M., Greub G., Novak S.M., Patel R., 2013. Clinical Chemistry, 59 (12) pp. 1696-1702. Peer-reviewed.
 
Correlation between placental bacterial culture results and histological chorioamnionitis: a prospective study on 376 placentas.
Queiros da Mota V., Prodhom G., Yan P., Hohlfheld P., Greub G., Rouleau C., 2013. Journal of Clinical Pathology, 66 (3) pp. 243-248.
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.
Development of a high throughput PCR to detect Coxiella burnetii and its application in a diagnostic laboratory over a 7-year period.
Jaton K., Peter O., Raoult D., Tissot J.D., Greub G., 2013. New Microbes and New Infections, 1 (1) pp. 6-12. Peer-reviewed.
Discovery of catalases in members of the Chlamydiales order.
Rusconi B., Greub G., 2013. Journal of Bacteriology, 195 (16) pp. 3543-3551. Peer-reviewed.
 
Discovery of new intracellular pathogens by amoebal coculture and amoebal enrichment approaches.
Jacquier N., Aeby S., Lienard J., Greub G., 2013. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove 80 pp. e51055. 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.
 
Eosinophilie sanguine: quel bilan, quel cheminement diagnostique [Peripheral blood eosinophilia: diagnostic value and further assessment].
Chappuis S., Ribi C., Greub G., Spertini F., 2013. Revue Médicale Suisse, 9 (382) pp. 819-825.
Fievre Q: une zoonose souvent méconnue [Q fever, a zoonosis often overlooked].
Delaloye J., Greub G., 2013. Revue Médicale Suisse, 9 (383) pp. 879-884.
First detection of Waddlia chondrophila in Africa using SYBR Green real-time PCR on veterinary samples.
Barkallah M., Fendri I., Dhieb A., Gharbi Y., Greub G., Gdoura R., 2013. Veterinary Microbiology, 164 (1-2) pp. 101-107.
Functional genomics of intracellular bacteria.
de Barsy M., Greub G., 2013. Briefings In Functional Genomics, 12 (4) pp. 341-353. Peer-reviewed.
Genome of Acanthamoeba castellanii highlights extensive lateral gene transfer and early evolution of tyrosine kinase signaling.
Clarke M., Lohan A.J., Liu B., Lagkouvardos I., Roy S., Zafar N., Bertelli C., Schilde C., Kianianmomeni A., Bürglin T.R. et al., 2013. Genome Biology, 14 (2) pp. R11. Peer-reviewed.
 
Genomics of medical importance.
Greub G., 2013. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 19 (9) pp. 781-783. Peer-reviewed.
Impact of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry on the Clinical Management of Patients With Gram-negative Bacteremia: A Prospective Observational Study.
Clerc O., Prod'hom G., Vogne C., Bizzini A., Calandra T., Greub G., 2013. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 56 (8) pp. 1101-1107. Peer-reviewed.
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