Lejla Imamovic
Lejla Imamovic
Sorbonne University
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Use of collateral sensitivity networks to design drug cycling protocols that avoid resistance development
L Imamovic, MOA Sommer
Science translational medicine 5 (204), 204ra132-204ra132, 2013
Bacteriophages carrying antibiotic resistance genes in fecal waste from cattle, pigs, and poultry
M Colomer-Lluch, L Imamovic, J Jofre, M Muniesa
Antimicrobial agents and Chemotherapy 55 (10), 4908-4911, 2011
Drug-driven phenotypic convergence supports rational treatment strategies of chronic infections
L Imamovic, MMH Ellabaan, AMD Machado, L Citterio, T Wulff, S Molin, ...
Cell 172 (1-2), 121-134. e14, 2018
Predictable modulation of cancer treatment outcomes by the gut microbiota
Y Heshiki, R Vazquez-Uribe, J Li, Y Ni, S Quainoo, L Imamovic, J Li, ...
Microbiome 8, 1-14, 2020
Characterizing RecA-independent induction of Shiga toxin2-encoding phages by EDTA treatment
L Imamovic, M Muniesa
PloS one 7 (2), e32393, 2012
Phage-mediated Shiga toxin 2 gene transfer in food and water
L Imamovic, J Jofre, H Schmidt, R Serra-Moreno, M Muniesa
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (6), 1764-1768, 2009
Quantification of Shiga toxin-converting bacteriophages in wastewater and in fecal samples by real-time quantitative PCR
L Imamovic, E Ballesté, J Jofre, M Muniesa
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (17), 5693-5701, 2010
Rapid resistome mapping using nanopore sequencing
E van der Helm, L Imamovic, MM Hashim Ellabaan, W van Schaik, A Koza, ...
Nucleic acids research 45 (8), e61-e61, 2017
Forecasting the dissemination of antibiotic resistance genes across bacterial genomes
MMH Ellabaan, C Munck, A Porse, L Imamovic, MOA Sommer
Nature communications 12 (1), 2435, 2021
Bacteriophages and genetic mobilization in sewage and faecally polluted environments
M Muniesa, L Imamovic, J Jofre
Microbial biotechnology 4 (6), 725-734, 2011
Antibiotics create a shift from mutualism to competition in human gut communities with a longer-lasting impact on fungi than bacteria
B Seelbinder, J Chen, S Brunke, R Vazquez-Uribe, R Santhaman, ...
Microbiome 8 (1), 1-20, 2020
Mining, analyzing, and integrating viral signals from metagenomic data
T Zheng, J Li, Y Ni, K Kang, MA Misiakou, L Imamovic, BKC Chow, ...
Microbiome 7, 1-15, 2019
OI-57, a Genomic Island of Escherichia coli O157, Is Present in Other Seropathotypes of Shiga Toxin-Producing E. coli Associated with Severe Human Disease
L Imamovic, R Tozzoli, V Michelacci, F Minelli, ML Marziano, A Caprioli, ...
Infection and immunity 78 (11), 4697-4704, 2010
The environmental exposures and inner-and intercity traffic flows of the metro system may contribute to the skin microbiome and resistome
K Kang, Y Ni, J Li, L Imamovic, C Sarkar, MD Kobler, Y Heshiki, T Zheng, ...
Cell Reports 24 (5), 1190-1202. e5, 2018
Quantification and evaluation of infectivity of Shiga toxin-encoding bacteriophages in beef and salad
L Imamovic, M Muniesa
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (10), 3536-3540, 2011
Bluephage: A rapid method for the detection of somatic coliphages used as indicators of fecal pollution in water
M Muniesa, E Ballesté, L Imamovic, M Pascual-Benito, D Toribio-Avedillo, ...
Water Research 128, 10-19, 2018
Quantification of Shiga toxin 2‐encoding bacteriophages, by real‐time PCR and correlation with phage infectivity
L Imamovic, R Serra‐Moreno, J Jofre, M Muniesa
Journal of applied microbiology 108 (3), 1105-1114, 2010
Heterogeneity in phage induction enables the survival of the lysogenic population
L Imamovic, E Ballesté, A Martínez‐Castillo, C García‐Aljaro, M Muniesa
Environmental microbiology 18 (3), 957-969, 2016
Expansion and persistence of antibiotic-specific resistance genes following antibiotic treatment
K Kang, L Imamovic, MA Misiakou, M Bornakke Sørensen, Y Heshiki, Y Ni, ...
Gut microbes 13 (1), 1900995, 2021
Use of collateral sensitivity networks to design drug cycling protocols that avoid resistance development. Sci Transl Med 5: 204ra132
L Imamovic, MO Sommer
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