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  1. Schmitz, A.M., Morrison, M.F., Agunwamba, A.O., Nibert, M.L, and Lesser, C.F. (2009) Protein interaction platforms: visualization of interacting proteins in yeast. Nature Methods, Epub.
  2. Huang, J., Lesser, C.F. and Lory, S. (2008) The essential role of the CopN protein for Chlamydia pneumoniae intracellular growth. Nature, 456(7218):112-5.
  3. Siggers, K.A. and Lesser, C.F. (2008) The yeast Saccharmoyces cerevisiae is a versatile model system for the identification and characterization of bacterial virulence proteins. Cell, Host and Microbe, 4(1):8-15.
  4. Slagowski, N.L., Kramer, R.W., Morrison, M.F., Labaer, J., and Lesser, C.F. (2008) A functional genomic yeast screen to identify pathogenic bacterial proteins. PLoS Pathog 4(1): e9
  5. Lesser, C.F., Kramer, R.W., Slagowski, N.L., Eze, N.A., Giddings, K.S., Morrison, M.F., Siggers, K.A., and Starnbach, M.N. (2007) Yeast Functional Genomic Screens Lead to Identification of a Role for a Bacterial Effector in Innate Immunity Regulation. PLoS Pathog 3(2): e21
  6. Lesser, C.F. and Miller, S.I. (2001) Tractable Saccharomyces cerevisiae is model system for studying pathogenic bacterial proteins: introducing bacterial virulence proteins into yeast provides valuable insights about their interactions with host components. ASM News. 67(9), 448-455.
  7. Lesser, C.F. and Miller, S.I. (2001) Expression of microbial virulence factors in Saccharomyces cerevisiae models mammalian infection. EMBO 20 (8), 1840-9.
  8. Lesser, C.F., Scherer, C.A and Miller, S.I. (2000). Rac, Ruffle and Rho: Orchestration of Salmonella ruffling. Trends in Microbiology 8(4), 151-2.
  9. Lesser, C.F. and Guthrie, C. (1993). Mutations in U6 snRNA that alter splice site specificity: implications for the active site. Science 262 (5142), 1982-8.
  10. Lesser, C.F. and Guthrie, C. (1993). Mutational analysis of pre-mRNA splicing in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using a sensitive new reporter gene, CUP1 . Genetics 133 (4), 851-63.

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