Recent Peer Reviewed Publications (* corresponding author):

Reuter, J., Otten, C., Jacquier, N., Lee, J., Mengin-Lecreulx, D., Löckener, I., Kluj, R., Mayer, C., Corona, F., Dannenberg, J., Aeby, S., Bühl, H., Greub, G., Vollmer, V., Ouellette, S.P., Schneider, T., and Henrichfreise, B. (2023). An NlpC/P60 protein catalyzes a key step in peptidoglycan recycling at the intersection of energy recovery, cell division, and immune evasion in the intracellular pathogen Chlamydia trachomatisPLoS Pathogens. in press PMID: pending

De Campos, L.J., Seleem, M.A., Feng, J., Pires de Oliveira, K.M., dos Santos, J.V.A., Hayer, S., Clayton, J.B., Kathi, S., Fisher, D.J., Ouellette, S.P., and Conda-Sheridan, M. (2023). Design, biological evaluation, and computer-aided analysis of dihydrothiazepines as selective antichlamydial agents. J Med Chem. in press PMID: pending

Riffaud, C., Rucks, E.A., and *Ouellette, S.P. (2023). Tryptophan availability during persistence of Chlamydia trachomatis directly impacts expression of chlamydial cell division proteins. Infect Immun. in press PMID: 36645295

Azadmanesh, J., Seleem, M.A., Struble, L., Wood, N.A., Fisher, D.J., Lovelace, J.J., Artigues, A., Fenton, A., Borgstahl, G.E.O., Ouellette, S.P., and Conda-Sheridan, M. (2023). The structure of caseinolytic protease subunit ClpP2 reveals a functional model of the caseinolytic protease system from Chlamydia trachomatisJ Biol Chem. 299: 102762. PMID: 36463962

Ayayee, P.A., Wesner, J.S., and Ouellette, S.P. (2022). Geography, taxonomy, and ecological guild: factors impacting freshwater macroinvertebrate gut microbiomes. Ecol Evol. 12: e9663. PMID: 36582772

Wood, N.A., Swoboda, A.R., Blocker, A.M., Fisher, D.J., and *Ouellette, S.P. (2022). Tag-dependent substrate selection of ClpX underlies secondary differentiation of Chlamydia trachomatismBio. 13: e0185822. PMID: 36154190

*Ouellette, S.P., Fisher-Marvin, L.A.^, Harpring, M.^, Lee, J.^, Rucks, E.A., and *Cox, J.V. (2022). Localized cardiolipin synthesis is required for the assembly of MreB during the polarized cell division of Chlamydia trachomatisPLoS Pathog. 18: e1010836. PMID: 36095021

Seleem, M.A., Wood, N.A., Brinkworth, A.J., Manam, S., Carabeo, R.A., Murthy, A.K., *Ouellette, S.P., and *Conda-Sheridan, M. (2022). In vitro and in vivo activity of (trifluoromethyl)pyridines as anti-Chlamydia trachomatis agents. ACS Infect. Dis. 8: 227-241. PMID: 34935346

*Ouellette, S.P., Hatch, N.D., Wood, N.A., Herrera, A.J., and Chaussee, M.S. (2021). Codon-dependent transcriptional changes in response to tryptophan limitation in the tryptophan auxotrophic pathogens Chlamydia trachomatis and Streptococcus pyogenesmSystems 6: e01269-21. PMID: 34904862

Brockett, M.^, Lee, J.^, Cox, J.V., *Liechti, G.W., and *Ouellette, S.P. (2021). A Dynamic Ring-Forming Bactofilin Is Critical for Maintaining Cell Shape in Chlamydia trachomatis. (^Contributed equally.)  Infect. Immun. 89: e00203-21.

*Ouellette, S.P., Blay, E.A.^, Hatch, N.D.^, Fisher-Marvin, L.A. (2021). CRISPR Interference to Inducibly Repress Gene Expression in Chlamydia trachomatis. (^Contributed equally.) Infect. Immun. 89: e00108-21.

Olson-Wood, M.G., Jorgenson, L.M., *Ouellette, S.P., and *Rucks, E.A. (2021). Inclusion Membrane Growth and Composition Is Altered by Overexpression of Specific Incs from Chlamydia trachomatis L2 Transformed Strains. Infect. Immun. 89: e00094-21.

Bui, D.-C.^, Jorgenson, L.A.^, Ouellette, S.P., and Rucks, E.A. (2021). Eukaryotic SNARE VAMP3 dynamically interacts with multiple chlamydial inclusion membrane proteins. Infect. Immun. 89: e00409-20. (^Contributed equally.)