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Matt Welch

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Actin polymerization
Website:
http://mcb.berkeley.edu/labs/welch/
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Defne Yarar grad student 2002 UC Berkeley
Erin D. Goley grad student 2000-2006 UC Berkeley
Anosha D. Siripala grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
Elif N. Firat grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
Steve N. Duleh grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
Shawna Reed grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
Kenneth G. Campellone post-doc UC Berkeley
Rebecca Lamason post-doc
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Bastounis EE, Radhakrishnan P, Engström P, et al. (2020) Mechanically-Driven Cellular Competition Promotes the Collective Extrusion of Bacteria-Infected Epithelial Cells Biophysical Journal. 118: 189a
Engström P, Burke TP, Mitchell G, et al. (2019) Evasion of autophagy mediated by Rickettsia surface protein OmpB is critical for virulence. Nature Microbiology
Ohkawa T, Welch MD. (2018) Baculovirus Actin-Based Motility Drives Nuclear Envelope Disruption and Nuclear Egress. Current Biology : Cb. 28: 2153-2159.e4
McFarland AP, Burke TP, Carletti AA, et al. (2018) RECON-Dependent Inflammation in Hepatocytes Enhances Listeria monocytogenes Cell-to-Cell Spread. Mbio. 9
Lamason RL, Kafai NM, Welch MD. (2018) A streamlined method for transposon mutagenesis of Rickettsia parkeri yields numerous mutations that impact infection. Plos One. 13: e0197012
Harris EK, Jirakanwisal K, Verhoeve VI, et al. (2018) The role of Sca2 and RickA in the dissemination ofin. Infection and Immunity
Hepp SE, Borgo GM, Ticau S, et al. (2018) Baculovirus AC102 is a nucleocapsid protein that is crucial for nuclear actin polymerization and nucleocapsid morphogenesis. Journal of Virology
Lamason RL, Welch MD. (2016) Actin-based motility and cell-to-cell spread of bacterial pathogens. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 35: 48-57
Lamason RL, Bastounis E, Kafai NM, et al. (2016) Rickettsia Sca4 Reduces Vinculin-Mediated Intercellular Tension to Promote Spread. Cell. 167: 670-683.e10
Choe JE, Welch MD. (2016) Actin-based motility of bacterial pathogens: mechanistic diversity and its impact on virulence. Pathogens and Disease
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